Amid ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, experts have raised concerns over a new viral disease wreaking havoc in and around the world. So far, over 100 cases have been confirmed globally and the World Health Organization (WHO) on Saturday warned against taking the illness lightly.

It’s impossible to tell without a test. Influenza and COVID-19 have such similar symptoms, you may need to get tested to know what’s making you miserable.

A story of two students...

July 11, 2019 08:20 am

I put out my hand, I put out my hand. I get given a pencil, I get given a beating. My teacher begins to speak, My teacher begins to speak. I don’t understand what’s being taught, I don’t understand what’s being taught.

LONDON, May 20: Eden Hazard’s first-half penalty proved decisive as Chelsea salvaged their season by beating Manchester United 1-0 in the FA Cup final in what is widely expected to be manager Antonio Conte’s swansong on Saturday.

CHITWAN, August 5: With the preliminary vote count results of the final ward of Bharatpur Metropolitan City coming out, CPN (Maoist Center) candidate Renu Yadav is inching closer to her rival Devi Gyawali of CPN-UML with a difference of 76 votes.

Durapada Sapkota is the Under Secretary of Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MoFA) and oversees the division of Regional Organizations. Like any other Under Secretary, she works as the mediator and her job is to establish and develop the relations between Nepal and other countries and various international organizations. She has been working with MoFA since 2010. She holds a Masters degree in Public Administration and Education.  She shares with Prasuma Rawal of Republica the essence of being a diplomat.

LALITPUR, July 19: When Imadol of Lalitpur district was converted into municipality about two years ago, Aayush Bhandari, a local, was very hopeful of speedy development in the area.

BORDEAUX, FRANCE, June 12: Two weeks on from winning the Champions League for the second time in three seasons with Real Madrid, Gareth Bale played a pivotal role as Wales made a triumphant return to a major competition following a 58-year absence.  It was Bale who put Wales ahead in the 10th minute with a curling free kick and who was the driving force behind much of his team's attacking intent in its 2-1 victory on Saturday against Slovakia in a Group B match at the European Championship. His coach Chris Coleman was fulsome in his praise of the 26-year-old.