Nepal | June 05, 2020

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  • World

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    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...

  • Opinion

    In their opinion …

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  • Science & Technology

    Google takes down Indian app that removed Chinese ones: spokesman

    NEW DELHI: Alphabet Inc’s Google has taken down an Indian mobile application from its app store that allowed users to remove other Chinese apps from their phones as it violated certain company policies, a spokesman said on Wednesday. The app, “Remove China Apps”, had become top trending fre...

  • 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...

  • Business

    Nepal economy to suffer $1.4 bln hit due to coronavirus says central bank official

    KATHMANDU: Nepal's economy is expected to suffer a hit of over $1 billion due to coronavirus containment measures which have hurt business activity and tourism in the Himalayan nation, a central bank official said on Thursday. The shutdown is expected to have knocked some 168 billion Nepali rupe...

  • Entertainment

    Nick Jonas and wife Priyanka Chopra donate to battle systemic racism, biogtry post Floyd’s demise

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