Nepal | April 07, 2020

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  • 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...

  • 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. ...

  • Business

    petrol pump

    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 ...

  • 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...

  • 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...

  • News Archives

    Coronavirus survivor: ‘In my blood, there may be answers’

    NEW YORK: Tiffany Pinckney remembers the fear when COVID-19 stole her breath. So when she recovered, the New York City mother became one of the country’s first survivors to donate her blood to help treat other seriously ill patients. “It is definitely overwhelming to know that in my blood, th...