Nepal | April 06, 2020

Sorry, there is no content matching your search keywords.

Please try using other keywords.

More Stories from The Himalayan Times

  • Nepal

    Measles outbreak

    Measles claims two lives, 180 ill in Dhading

    Dhading, April 5 While the country has come to a halt due to the nationwide lockdown imposed by the government to prevent the spread of coronavirus pandemic, measles outbreak has hit Chepanggaun hard at Ward No 6 of Benighatrorang Rural Municipality, Dhading, for the past one-and-a-half months. ...

  • 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...

  • 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...

  • Opinion

    A sorry tale of my country

    For sheep, or cattle for that matter, to flourish, the shepherd should be competent enough to understand the good and bad of its flock. The saying “sheep so scared of wolves, in the end is eaten by the shepherd” implies blind faith and trust of the sheep on its usher, very much like the trust pl...

  • World

    As cases surge, 3 in 4 US hospitals already facing COVID-19

    WASHINGTON: Three out of four US hospitals surveyed are already treating patients with confirmed or suspected COVID-19, according to a federal report that finds hospitals expect to be overwhelmed as cases rocket toward their projected peak. A report Monday from a federal watchdog agency warns tha...

  • Sports

    Liverpool furlough non-playing staff amid COVID-19 pandemic

    LONDON: Premier League leaders Liverpool have furloughed some of their non-playing staff due to the COVID-19 pandemic and are holding talks about the prospect of salary deductions for players and senior staff, the club said on Saturday. Liverpool added on their website that the furloughed staff w...