It’s a wait and watch situation for educational sectors due to COVID-19 pandemic. Though the government has lifted lockdown effective from July 21, nine service fields are still closed where educational institutes are one among them.
Too much freedom spoils a country and its characters. I have evolved as an unstable character since I started working from home beginning mid-March because of stay-at-home orders owing to the coronavirus pandemic. My workspace keeps changing from couch to study table to dining table to the kitchen island to deck depending on my mood. I can occupy any space I want anytime. Had it not been for the coronavirus, I would be working from a space that is neither assigned nor reserved to me.
KATHMANDU, April 27: The American government‘s decision to terminate Temporary Protected Status (TPS) is guided by a improvement in humanitarian situation after the earthquake of April 2015, according to press statement released by the US embassy in Kathmandu.
KATHMANDU, Mar 7: Minister for Finance, Yubaraj Khatiwada, is planning to issue white paper to make public the current economic position of the country and the measures that the government plan to take to deal with the ongoing economic and financial challenges.
BEIRUT, Feb 6: U.N. representatives in Syria called on Tuesday for an immediate cessation of hostilities lasting at least month throughout Syria to allow aid deliveries and evacuations of the sick and wounded.
Dhangadhi, Aug 31: Prime Minister and Nepali Congress President Sher Bahadur Deuba has said dialogues are on the matter of forging an alliance between the NC and other political parties in the third phase of local level elections taking place in the Province no. 2 on coming September 18.
NAGARKOT, July 26: Nepal Worker and Peasants' Party Chair Narayan Man Bijukchhe has said the constitution amendment proposal was not in the interest of the nation and it could not be passed in the usual political situation.
BHAIRAHAWA, June 21: The local administration in Rupandehi has concluded that the poll-opposing Rastriya Janata Party Nepal's (RJPN) participation in the upcoming local level elections as independent candidates has made providing security during the polls easier in the district.
MAHOTTARI, June 20: The security situation in Mahottari district has been worsening continuously for the past few months. The local police have failed to control grave crimes like murder, rape and arson which have been increasing at an alarming rate. The worrying increase in such crimes has been a great threat to the residents of the district, according to security experts.
KATHMANDU, June 6: Wary of the possible fallout from diplomatic tensions in the region after Saudi Arabia, UAE, Bahrain and Egypt jointly decided to sever diplomatic relations with Qatar, Nepal has directed its missions in all Gulf nations to evaluate the unfolding developments and report back for necessary measures to protect the interests of Nepali migrant workers.
KATHMANDU, April 18: Prime Minister Puspa Kamal Dahal on Tuesday has held a meeting in Baluwatar , Kathmandu with chiefs of the four security agencies-Nepal Police, Armed Police Force, Nepal Army and Central Bureau of Investigation -with a view to keeping himself abreast of the latest security situation ahead of the upcoming local polls.
KATHMANDU, March 13: Patriotic People’s Republican Front of Nepal (PPRFN) has expressed its deep concern over country’s deteriorating situation evidenced by the recent political incidents that occurred in Saptari and Kanchanpur.
Nepal is a male dominated society which is why women workers aren’t valued much. I got involved in FWEAN to bring their work to the forefront. I wanted to make the decision makers aware about the kind of work women were doing in Nepal and also make sure that the products women entrepreneurs were making in Nepal met certain standards.
NEW DELHI, Oct 9: Pakistani singer Shafqat Amanat Ali made headlines recently when he said he condemned the Uri attack, with many saying he was the first Pakistani artist to do so after the clamour over 'banning' them for not speaking up.
KATHMANDU, Sept 12: Cases of exploitation and abuse as well as poor living condition and insufficient food for Nepali migrant workers in Saudi Arabia are on the rise, according to the Department of Foreign Employment.