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May 21, 2022

North Korea encourage to use Saltwater and Tea to fight against Covid-19

North Korean state media has been urging its population to use traditional medicine against the infections virus as Covid-19 spreads in the country. Gargling saltwater or drinking honeysuckle tea are just some of the remedies being encouraged to treat what the state is calling a “fever”. At least 50 people are reported to have died […]

August 5, 2021

Cancel NEB Exams – Nepal

Sri Lanka has postponed exams till February 2022 amidst, Most Indian Universities have postponed exams, Bangladesh has postponed exams and most of the countries have also postponed exams or conducted exams via alternative methods fearing the rise of coronavirus despite better health facilities. However, the Nepal education board (NEB) has assured that the physical exams will […]

June 29, 2021

15 Ashar – History and Significance

For centuries, when the first rainfall occurs, the farmers revel and get filled with the hope of the harvest. Thus, all the farmers cheer and celebrate the successful ‘Ropai’- plantation.15 Ashadh is “considered as the auspicious day to start rice planting for the year”. The date falls during the monsoon season, an optimal time for […]

June 20, 2021

400-Year-Old Necklace of Hindu Goddess Taleju Bhawani in USA

Necklace of Hindu Goddess Taleju Bhawani inscribed with the name of Malla King of Kathmandu Pratap Malla dated back to 1650 AD at display in The Art Institute of Chicago, USA.    King Pratapa Malla (r. 1641–74) may have been given this ornament, ruler of the Malla dynasty of Nepal, to Taleju Bhavani, the revered […]

June 16, 2021

Melamchi Flood – Seven Dead, Several Missing

Seven people have died in the floods induced by incessant rains in Helambu Rural Municipality, Sindhupalchok, Nepal. The search and rescue operations for those missing in the floods in the Melamchi river of Sindhupalchowk district are underway. Scores have gone missing in the floods of the Melamchi and Indrawati rivers that occurred on Tuesday night. […]

June 10, 2021

PM KP SHARMA OLI TO APPOINT EIGHT MINISTERS FOR THE SECOND TIME

Nepal’s caretaker Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli is inducting seven ministers and one state minister today. PM Oli is making preparations to appoint Khaga Raj Adhikari as the Home Minister and Naina Kala Thapa as the Minister for Communication and Information Technology. Naina Kala Thapa is the wife of former Home Minister Ram Bahadur Thapa […]

June 8, 2021

Taxis in Nepal 1960s – 2000s

June 6, 2021

Rajendra Mahato Talks About Dividing Nepal

Rajendra Mahato, the day after taking oath as Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Urban Development, stated making Nepal a Multinational state, despite the Constituent Assembly and the Nepali people rejecting such an idea in the past. Rajendra Mahato should clearly know that Nepal is a nation comprising a multi-ethnic, multi-lingual, multi-religious, multi-cultural population with geographical […]

June 5, 2021

Robin Karki Hit & Run Case – Biratnagar

HIT & RUN CASE ALERT‼️ A man has died in Biratnagar on Thursday evening after being hit by a car driven by Rabin Karki, son of Province 1 Member of Parliament (MP) Bindiya Karki. According to local eyewitnesses, two other girls were also in the car. All three persons got out of the car and fled immediately after […]

May 28, 2021

Bheri Hospital, Nepalgunj Closes Emergency Services

Physicians, nurses, and other front-line healthcare workers have been celebrated in many countries as heroes for their work during the COVID-19 pandemic. Yet not everyone appreciates their efforts and contributions. Since the beginning of this pandemic, headlines have also captured stories of healthcare personnel facing attacks as they travel to and from healthcare facilities in Nepal. This is completely wrong […]

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