Nepal | August 08, 2020

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  • Opinion

    Coronavirus , vaccines, vaccines trails

    Are we thinking about COVID-19 vaccines yet?

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  • Business

    1,466 Nepalis brought home

    KATHMANDU, AUGUST 6 As per the working guidelines on rescuing vulnerable Nepalis who have been stranded abroad due to the coronavirus pandemic, 1,466 Nepalis were repatriated home by this evening. These stranded people arrived through nine chartered flights. According to Devendra KC, genera...

  • Sports

    Ronaldo nets 2 but Juventus knocked out of Champions League by Lyon

    TURIN, ITALY: A Portugal international celebrated ecstatically at the end of the Champions League match between Juventus and Lyon on Friday. But it wasn’t Cristiano Ronaldo, who could only trudge off the pitch dejected after Juventus was eliminated from the competition despite...

  • World

    Lebanon’s Kataeb Party says its three MPs resigning from parliament in wake of Beirut blast

    BEIRUT: Lebanon's Kataeb Party, a Christian group which opposes the government backed by the Iran-aligned Hezbollah, announced on Saturday the resignation of its three lawmakers from parliament. The announcement by party leader Samy Gemayel brings to five the number of MPs planning to step down...

  • Education

    Bodhi Toastmasters Club organises its 75th meeting in Pokhara

    KATHMANDU: Bodhi Toastmasters Club, Kathmandu, organised it's 75th meeting in Pokhara under the theme "Visit Nepal 2020" in collaboration with Pokhara and Gandaki Toastmasters Club. At a time when the country's tourism industry is being marred by the coronavirus outbreak, toastmasters and gue...

  • Science & Technology

    ‘It came alive:’ Astronauts recount wild ride home on SpaceX’s Crew Dragon

    US astronauts Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley, home two days from a landmark mission as NASA's first crew to fly a privately built vehicle into orbit, recounted on Tuesday the loud, jarring ride they experienced through Earth's atmosphere before a safe landing at sea. Their splash-down on Sunday in t...