Nepal | April 06, 2020

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    Family in dire need of financial support to treat their daughter suffering from rare ‘Guillain-Barre Syndrome’

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  • Business

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    NOC slashes price of petrol, diesel, kerosene by Rs 10 per litre

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  • World

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  • Opinion

    A sorry tale of my country

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  • Oddities

    Outrage in India as migrants sprayed with disinfectant to fight coronavirus

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  • Entertainment

    DiCaprio, others launch $12M coronavirus relief food fund

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