Nepal | April 07, 2020

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  • Kathmandu

    Nationwide lockdown extends till April 15

    KATHMANDU: The government has decided to take the two-week long lockdown to its third week. Nepal had gone into a nationwide lockdown on March 24 as the government decreed the measure in a bid to slowdown the chain of coronavirus transmission. It is to be noted that the country entered stage-t...

  • Oddities

    Outrage in India as migrants sprayed with disinfectant to fight coronavirus

    NEW DELHI: Indian health workers caused outrage on Monday by spraying a group of migrants with disinfectant, amid fears that a large scale movement of people from cities to the countryside risked spreading the coronavirus. Footage showed a group of migrant workers sitting on a street in Barei...

  • Sports

    England soccer star Walker sorry after ‘lockdown party’

    MANCHESTER: England defender Kyle Walker is facing disciplinary action from English Premier League team Manchester City after appearing to break lockdown conditions during the coronavirus pandemic. The 29-year-old Walker apologized on Sunday after it was widely reported he held a party involving ...

  • Business

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

    KATHMANDU: The Nepal Oil Corporation (NOC) has slashed the prices of petrol, diesel and kerosene by Rs 10 per litre effective from Wednesday midnight. With this adjustment, petrol is priced at Rs 96 per litre while diesel and Kerosene will cost Rs 85 per litre each respectively. According to ...

  • Entertainment

    At home with kids, pets and spouses, country stars play on

    NASHVILLE: Country music’s biggest stars should have been on the carpet of the Academy of Country Music Awards on Sunday in Las Vegas, but like most of America, they were homebound because of the coronavirus. Still, the musicians played on, surrounded by spouses, kids and — in one case — a h...

  • Lifestyle

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

    KATHMANDU: Just like many girls her age, Puja Dangal, 19, a Kavre native, was happily pursuing her studies in Kathmandu until the diagnosis of Guillain Barre Syndrome, a rare form of neurological disorder, came crashing into her life. On experiencing extreme fatigue, lack of appetite and pers...