Amidst COVID-19 fear, Rima enjoying vacation in the Maldives21 Mar, 2020
Rima Bishwokarma , a famous Nepali actor , VJ and programme presenter, is now enjoying her holiday in the Maldives although the entire world is under the grip of COVID-19 fear.
Comedian Shrestha to stay indoors to avoid COVID-1920 Mar, 2020
“Coronavirus is rapidly spreading worldwide, and the government in Nepal has already issued a notice regarding the restriction on cinema halls, gatherings and many more. Although the restrictions have affected many of my projects, I am happy with the government decision to control the mobility and crowds,” he said.
Oli’s miraculous willpowerBy Arpana Adhikari
Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli successfully underwent his second renal transplant. Now he is recuperating at his official residence at Baluwatar.
Political activities come to a standstillBy Manjima Dhakal
As the COVID-19 has taken the world by storm, political activities in Nepal have come to a standstill. The parties have decided to put off their programmes so as to avoid the risks of novel coronavirus that has claimed the lives of over 8,000 to date.
Plagued by Trumpism20 Mar, 2020
As an educator, I’m always looking for “teachable moments” — current events that illustrate and reinforce the principles on which I’ve been lecturing. And there is nothing like a pandemic to focus attention on what really matters.
Bus torched in DangBy RSS
It is said the bus had been kept parked at the site for three months. Area Police Office Tulsipur's Inspector Chakra Damar Pal said the bus owned by Suman Karki of Tulsipur Sub-metropolitan City-5 has been found torched.
Ekta suspends all Balaji productions19 Mar, 2020
To contain the spread of novel coronavirus, producer Ekta Kapoor on Tuesday announced that she has suspended all administrative and production work cross Balaji Telefilms Limited, Balaji Motion Pictures Limited and ALTBalaji.
COVID-19 pushes Nepali movies into crisis19 Mar, 2020
When COVID –19 has already affected the entertainment industry around the world, including the southern neighbour, India, local film industry has also experienced the impact of the pandemic.
Employees still unaware of OHS policies at workplaceBy Sampada Anuranjanee Khatiwada
Spread in more than 140 countries, the entire world is combating with the COVID-19 pandemic currently. While the affected countries are striving to control and protect their citizens, others are determined to prevent the spread of the virus.
33 per cent of urban people lack access to soap and water in Nepal: UNICEF19 Mar, 2020
Handwashing with soap, when done correctly, is critical in the fight against the novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19), but millions of people have no ready access to a place to wash their hands, UNICEF said today.
Sherpa aspires to help families of mountain climbersBy Binu Shrestha
Tshering Dolma Sherpa, winner of Mrs. Nepal Tourism 2019 and the winner of Best Hair Award, is now active in several activities for tourism promotion of Nepal. She got a chance to fly to America in October last year to promote tourism.
How plants sound danger alarm?18 Mar, 2020
Just like humans and other animals, plants have hormones. One role of plant hormones is to perceive trouble -- whether an insect attack, drought or intense heat or cold -- and then signal to the rest of the plant to respond.
Impact of food systems on environment18 Mar, 2020
Focusing on urbanization as a key driver of environmental change in the 21st century, researchers at Princeton University have created a framework to understand and compare cities’ food systems and their effects on climate change, water use and land use.
Sara’s Varanasi temple visit creates controversy18 Mar, 2020
Bollywood actor Sara Ali Khan''s much publicized visit to the Kashi Vishwanath temple in Varanasi, has drawn the ire of local pandits and saints.
Sex workers face ruin amid virus fears, brothel closures17 Mar, 2020
At the “Lankwitzer 7” brothel, with its soft red light and bawdy paintings on the wall, disinfectant dispensers have been installed next to the washbasins. Marx say he’s ordered staff to hot-wash all towels and sheets, and open the windows more often to let the warm, sticky air escape.
Indian police in uniform reach DulluBy RSS
According to Dailekh CDO, Yubraj Kattel, the district administration will hold discussions in this regard. A four-member team led by Sub-Inspector Bijay Bibek had arrived Dullu last night and found strolling carefree in the district headquarters.
Halting of mountain climbing to hit livelihood of locals, revenue17 Mar, 2020
With the arrival of spring season, preparations for mountai
Three most popular hill stations in State 117 Mar, 2020
State 1, popularly referred to as east Nepal, has the biggest altitude difference in the wh
Senti Virus, other films fall prey to virus17 Mar, 2020
COVID-19 fear has not spared any industry, including the film industry.
'SC decision has put PM’s resignation on hold'02 Mar, 2021
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COVID-19 pandemic slowed down pace to achieve SDGs: FM Gyawali01 Mar, 2021
PM Oli cannot resign constitutionally: Minister Gurung01 Mar, 2021
Development efforts go on from all local levels: PM Oli01 Mar, 2021
China to issue report on human rights violations in U.S.01 Mar, 2021