Nepal | June 05, 2020

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  • Oddities

    FIFA bribe allegations raise more questions over Qatar World Cup

    GENEVA: The 2022 World Cup in Qatar has become the focus of fresh FIFA corruption allegations after the release of a new US Department of Justice indictment which says bribes were paid to football officials to secure their votes for hosting rights. Suspicion and rumours have long surrounded b...

  • Sports

    Players have responsibility to oppose racism, says Bayern’s Kimmich

    BERLIN: Football players have to acknowledge their responsibility as role models and take a stand against racism, Bayern Munich midfielder Joshua Kimmich has said. Kimmich was speaking following the death of George Floyd, an unarmed black man who died in police custody in Minneapolis last ...

  • World

    India’s top bureaucrats hit by coronavirus as cases spike

    NEW DELHI, June 4 (Reuters) - A top Indian civilian defence official has tested positive for coronavirus and is in home quarantine, government officials said on Thursday, as the daily rise in infections hits a new high. India's cases reached 216,919 after 9,304 new cases were reported over the p...

  • 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...

  • Lifestyle

    Alternative approaches to dealing with coronavirus

    Kathmandu Two weeks ago Sobha Rai’s husband bought a few packets of medicine as “medicine for COVID-19”. It turned out to be the homeopathic medicine Arsenicum Album 30C. And Rai has been consuming it as per the instructions on the label. “This medicine boosts your immunity and helps ...

  • News Archives

    Spain’s daily coronavirus death toll rises, potential second wave feared

    MADRID: Spain's daily coronavirus death toll rose on Thursday to its highest in a week as authorities warned that a second wave of the outbreak was possible after a nationwide antibody survey showed about 5% of the population had contracted the virus. The number of fatalities caused by the di...