KATHMANDU, Dec 1 : It was in 2002 that my school invited two individuals with HIV positive to educate us on HIV/AIDS and the stigma it carried. We were told that AIDS wasn’t transmitted by hugs and handshakes; the mere presence of actually seeing people with HIV positive was ‘frightful’.
BAJHANG, Oct 13: Two brothers of the same family in Bajhang who had left for India in search of employment have returned back with HIV. The virus has not just been transmitted to their wives but also to one of their children. Being horrified by the result of the blood tests, which showed all of them HIV positive, the two brothers along with their wives and an infant ran away to India all over again instead of taking medicines.
KATHMANDU, Aug 31: Inspired to do something for protecting environment and fighting against HIV/AIDS, Dr. Amrit and Ajit Baral, two brothers from Baidam-6 of Pokhara, united to embark on a cycling journey across the world back in September of 2015.