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COVID-19, health-care workers, and stress

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My four-year child would say, “Had I been also infected, I would have got a chance to stay together with my parents……” One of our Nursing colleagues brought out her memory of around 2 months...

U.S. reaffirms partnership with World Health Organization

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The United States is resuming support for the World Health Organization, which plays a vital role in fighting the global COVID-19 pandemic. President Biden announced the renewed commitment to the WHO in a January 20 letter to...

WHO to consider two Chinese COVID-19 vaccines next week

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The World Health Organization will begin considering China’s two COVID-19 vaccines for emergency approval next week, WHO Assistant Director-General Mariangela Simao said on Friday. China is promoting two vaccines, made by Sinopharm and Sinovac, and...

Sugarcane farmers to start protest again

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Sugarcane farmers have once again rose up in anger after they have not been paid in full and the government and sugar mill industries have declined to disclose the payment details. The sugarcane farmers...

Meet Biden’s choice for secretary of state: Antony Blinken

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For Antony Blinken, the incoming administration’s pick for America’s top diplomat, returning to the U.S. State Department brings the opportunity to continue both professional and family traditions. If confirmed by the Senate, Blinken would resume...

India provides one million doses of COVID-19 vaccine to Nepal

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Nepal is set to receive a grant of 1 million doses of COVID-19 vaccines from India. Organizing a joint press meeting of Ministry of Health and Population and Embassy of India in Nepal, Health Minister...

The visit that didn’t break the ice

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Nepal’s Foreign Minister Pradeep Kumar Gyawali’s visit was expected to break the ice with India as relation between Nepal and India have hit low due to territorial disputes. But it didn’t happen. Nepal’s Foreign Minister...

COVID-19 Economic Recovery: Nepal in need of Strategy

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Nepal continued to see the surge in coronavirus cases. Many people in Nepal are looking for hope and a suitable reason to return to normalcy.  Now, the world faces an uphill battle as people...

Stop animal cruelty

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India has the world’s largest several cattle. They are not being worshipped in the temples, they are not ambling through the countryside eating as they move. They are being hit by farmers in whose fields...

The year 2020 – Nepali Economy Is On Edge As Coronavirus Cases Surge

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The persistent drumbeat of positive tests and reported deaths due to COVID-19, the disease caused by the SARS-nCoV-2 virus, have created widespread concerns in Nepal. Widespread fears of this virus are a tough blow for...







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Save the elephants

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Last week a barasingha strayed into a field in Panchkula. She ate a ball of wheat only to find it was a homemade bomb...

How fashion is killing the planet

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It's not just what you eat that is killing the earth and all its inhabitants. It is also what you wear. Every time you buy...

World Stroke Day, 29 October 2020

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Stroke is a major cause of disability and death globally that disproportionately affects people in low- and middle-income countries. Worldwide, stroke is the second...

Compassion: Key to happiness

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Compassion is not a hobby or something you do in a good mood or when you are well fed or with your friends, It...