Nepal | June 05, 2020

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  • 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 ...

  • Business

    NEA adds 1.5MW solar power to national grid

    Kathmandu, June 4 Nepal Electricity Authority (NEA) has added 1.25 megawatts of electricity generated by the solar project in Nuwakot to the national transmission system. With this latest development, the 25MW project has formally come into operation from today. The electricity generated by th...

  • Nepal

    27 COVID-19 patients discharged

    BIRATNAGAR, JUNE 4 As many as 27 COVID-19 infected persons, including four women, were discharged from Koshi Hospital of Biratnagar today after they recovered from the disease. Seven of the persons discharged are from Jhapa, six from Morang, four each from Sunsari and Dhankuta, and three are f...

  • 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...

  • Opinion

    In their opinion …

    Finally, the government has brought a realistic and sustainable budget for Nepal as per our economic condition. The private sector had made many demands with the government to bring stimulus packages to address the current difficult situation. Meanwhile, the government has addressed some ...

  • 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 ...