Nepal | January 18, 2021

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    266 new Covid-19 cases registered on Sunday; nationwide tally hits 267,322

    KATHMANDU: Nepal on Sunday reported 266 new cases of coronavirus infection from across the country. With this, the nationwide infection count has advanced to 267,322. Of the total cases, 91 are females while 175 are males. In the last 24 hours, 177 cases surfaced in Kathmandu valley. The capi...

  • Kathmandu

    PM has no right to dissolve House, SC told

    KATHMANDU, JANUARY 17 Lawyers representing the petitioners that have challenged the dissolution of the House of Representatives today began pleading before the constitutional bench of the Supreme Court led by Chief Justice Cholendra Shumsher JB Rana. Advocate Bhimarjun Acharya said the prime m...

  • Opinion

    International events: Investment for tourism growth

    About 17 Hollywood stars have already visited Nepal, but we have failed to capitalise on their visit. In most of the cases, their visits are kept secret, and we come to know only after they return. The government, NTB and other concerned agencies should use their visit in favour of our tourism while...

  • Entertainment

    Betty White marks 99th birthday Sunday; up late as she wants

    LOS ANGELES:  True to form, Betty White has something impish to say about her birthday Sunday. “Since I am turning 99, I can stay up as late as I want without asking permission!” she told The Associated Press in an email. White's low-key plans include feeding a pair of ducks that regularl...

  • Sports

    Mount strikes as Chelsea edge 10-man Fulham

    LONDON: A late goal from Mason Mount gave Chelsea a laboured 1-0 win at 10-man Fulham in the Premier League on Saturday, easing some of the pressure off their manager Frank Lampard. The result provisionally lifted Chelsea two places up to seventh on 29 points from 18 games, with South...

  • Lifestyle

    In Christmas message curbed by Covid, pope calls on nations to share vaccines

    VATICAN CITY: Pope Francis called in his Christmas message on Friday for nations to share Covid-19vaccines, saying walls of nationalism could not be built to stop a pandemic that knows no borders. In a sign of the times, Francis delivered his traditional "Urbi et Orbi" (to the city and the world)...