NCP Secretariat meeting begins02 May, 2020
The meeting is expected to settle internal disputes within the party and decided on a meeting of the party's standing committee.
70 percent industries found flouting government decision to provide regular payment to workersBy RSS
During a primary survey on the status of distribution of remuneration and operation of industries during lockdown by the Whole Trade Union Nepal (WHIN), only 30 percent industries were found giving the full payment of March-April to their workers. The survey covers 219 industries associated with General Federation of Nepalese Trade Unions (GFONT), in the five States with industrial density.
93 Nepalis stranded in Rampur, India appeal for rescue02 May, 2020
In the group, there are 13 females, children and aged people. One of the females has given birth to a baby while in quarantine.
183 stranded at border enter Nepal, 160 to arrive soon02 May, 2020
At least 183 people of Kailali, who had been stuck at India-Nepal border, have been quarantined in their respective local levels.
34 out of 76 industries operating in Pokhara amid lockdown02 May, 2020
34 out of 76 factories are in operation amid the nationwide lockdown in the industrial area of Pokhara Lekhnath Metropolitan City-10.
NAC wide-body flying to Australia, China and South KoreaBy RSS
The national flag carrier Nepal Airlines Corporation (NAC) has continued chartered and cargo flights to the international destinations during the nationwide lockdown against the coronavirus.
Nepali students, workers to return Korea28 Apr, 2020
Preparations are being made for returning Nepalis students, workers and businesspersons on a holiday from Korea to Nepal before the COVID-19 outbreak.
Rainfall likely for next three daysBy RSS
Westerly winds active in Nepal since the past few days and the impact of local winds could lead to rainfall throughout the country. The westerly and local winds coupled with water vapour travelling from Bay of Bengal and Arab sea is leading to the continuous rainfall, says meteorologist Bibhuti Pokharel.
COVID-19: WHO removes Nepal from high risk zone, puts into risk zoneBy RSS
Nepal is no more in the high risk zone, but in risk zone in view of COVID-19 infection. The World Health Organisation (WHO) removed Nepal from the list of high risk zone to put it in the risk zone few days ago. The WHO latest assessment was based on efforts Nepal has taken in the prevention and containment of the deadly virus.
State-1 reports coronavirus infection in 29 persons so farBy RSS
Coronavirus infection has been found in 29 persons in State-1 so far, the Information Desk under the Office of the Chief Minister and Council of Ministers here said.
Socialist Party and RJP ink pact to get unified, inform the EC23 Apr, 2020
EC spokesperson Raj Kumar Shrestha confirmed that the EC had formally received the agreement made by the two parties for unification and the EC would initiate process to register a new political party of the two as soon as the two parties submit required documents to the EC.
Twenty eight people infected with COVID-19 in State-1By RSS
The number of people with coronavirus infection has reached to 28 in State-1. Among those testing positive for COVID-19 are 16 Nepalis and 12 Indian nationals, the Information Desk set up at the Office of the Chief Minister and Council of Ministers here stated.
3628 people undergo test for coronavirus in State-1By RSS
hirteen people, 11 Indian nationals and 2 Nepali, who tested positive, are hospitalized at COVID-19 Hospital set up by state government on April 3. Chief Minister Sherdhan Rai said all expenses of the pandemic patients were born by the state government.
Government is fully aware of Nepalis stranded abroad: Foreign Affairs MinisterBy RSS
"The government is fully aware and informed of the Nepalis stranded abroad. we will start the process of returning them to Nepal once the situation became favourable," Foreign Affairs Minister Gyawali said.
180 screened through RDT, one found positive in sealed area of Saptari20 Apr, 2020
The RDT was carried out at three settlement areas near mosques of Saptakoshi Municipality of the district with suspicion of the spread of infection in the area as the COVID-19 patients detected in Udayapur were found to have visited these areas.
110 Russians taken back to homeBy RSS
As said by TIA general manager Devendra KC, the flight operated by the Russia-based Joint Stock Company-run Chartered Airlines landed at TIA this morning to take those Russian citizens stuck in Nepal due to lockdown back to home. The flight was possible on the initiation of the Russian Embassy in Kathmandu.
Mourners at Pashupati area facing difficulty due to lockdownBy RSS
Mourners at the Pashupatinath area have complained of difficult situations they are facing because of the closure of 'Kiriyaputri Ghar', a facility for performing the death rituals, due to lockdown.
18 Maldivians flown to Dhaka by Nepal AirlinesBy RSS
Nepal Airlines has flown altogether 18 Maldivians stranded in Nepal to Bangladeshi capital Dhaka today. The narrow body A320 airplane flew to Dhaka from the only international airport in the country- Tribhuvan International Airport (TIA), according to the TIA Managing Director Devendra KC.
Worldwide 28 Nepalis killed, more than thousand infected by COVID-19By RSS
As of Saturday, the number of Non-resident Nepalis (NRNs) who died of Corona Virus has reached 28. According to the data collected by the Non-resident Nepalis Association, 17 died in the UK, eight in the US, two in the UAE and one in Ireland.