KATHMANDU, June 13: Medical equipment donated by three EU Member States – Slovenia, Austria and Malta - arrived at the Tribhuvan International Airport Sunday morning. The EU Member States have supplied the equipment through the EU Civil Protection Mechanism to assist Nepal in its fight against this terrible second wave of Covid-19.
KATHMANDU, June 5:Kathmandu Valley, one of the places worst affected by the COVID-19 pandemic, has so far reported a total of 248,861 cases of the coronavirus disease including 193,507 cases in Kathmandu, 20,695 in Bhaktapur and 34,659 in Lalitpur districts.
Psychologically, we need to remain strong, bold, spirited, self-motivated and with strong willpower and a steadfast belief that we need to move on, life needs to continue and we shall conquer every trial and travail.
Kathmandu, May 20: As the pandemic continues to devastate the country, the Integrated Development Studies (IIDS), an independent, non-partisan, and not-for-profit think-tank, has forwarded a series of recommendations to the government to tackle the second wave of the virus. The study group was chaired by Dr Swarnim Wagle, chair of IIDS.
KATHMANDU, May 18: There are a total of 39,305 active cases of the coronavirus disease in the Kathmandu Valley alone. This accounts for 34.31 percent of the active cases reported from across the country as of Tuesday afternoon, the health ministry said.
KATHMANDU, May 17: Ministry of Health and Population (MoHP) has urged District Administration Offices (DAOs) of 20 districts across the country to further tighten enforcement of ongoing prohibitory orders in view of rising cases of COVID-19.
KATHMANDU, May 17: Kathmandu Metropolitan City has so far reported 51,412 cases of the coronavirus disease. Of the cases confirmed since last year, 40,266 patients have so far gained recovery, according to a report released by the metropolis on Sunday evening.
Do everything possible to save lives. We can think of ‘happy Nepalis and prosperous Nepal’ only if we have a healthy nation. The next few weeks are crucial. We can defeat the virus. We call upon the prime minister to make it his personal mission to bring things under control, and provide hope to the people who are struggling to survive at this hour.
It has been exactly 68 days since the Supreme Court paved a way for CPN-UML and the Maoist (Center) to go about their ways. Subsequent effort to review the decision was refused by the Court. The Madhav Kumar Nepal-faction of CPN-UML threatened to resign en masse so that Nepali Congress, the Maoist (Center) and JSP would form a coalition government. Last-minute deals between PM KP Sharma Oli and Nepal prevented the party from splitting, and the CPN-UML government has survived a threat created by its own misdoings.
GULMI, May 9: A seven-year-old boy has got over the novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19). Rajesh Raut of Madane Rural Municipality-1 in Gulmi district was admitted to the temporary COVID-19 special hospital operated by the rural municipality on May 3 after he had fever and shortness of breath.
SEOUL, June 1: A self-driving robot equipped with cameras and an LED screen greets visitors at the lobby in the headquarters of South Korea’s largest mobile operator, checking their temperature, dispensing hand sanitiser and disinfecting the floor.
You might have used various methods to make this lockdown productive like watching movies, web series or reading books. And here is a list of Nepali documentaries we recommend, which narrate the story of Nepali society and these documentaries
KIGALI, March 15: Mauritania, Rwanda, Seychelles and Central African Republic confirmed their first coronavirus cases on Saturday, bringing to 23 the number of African countries that have reported positive tests for the virus.
The number of visitors in places like movie theaters, stage shows, and festivals has been decreased among others. Fear of COVID-19 spreading has not just decreased the number of audience, but most of the shows have been canceled.
Human Rights Film Center (HRFC) has decided to postpone the eighth Nepal Human Rights International Film Festival (NHRIFF), which was scheduled to kick off on March 4, due to the risk of Corona infection.