Monsoon begins in Nepal

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Kathmandu: This year’s monsoon has started entered Nepal. The monsoon has arrived two days before this year. The monsoon that entered through Eastern Nepal on Friday has spread to Province 1, Province 2 and Bagmati Province. Meteorological division of the Department of Water and Meteorology, said that the monsoon is likely to spread across the… Continue reading Monsoon begins in Nepal

Indian Army handover medical equipment to Nepali Army

Kathmandu: India Army has handed over medical equipment and supplies worth Rs 288 million to the Nepali Army today. In a ceremony at Nepali Army Headquarters, Tundikhel today, the medical equipment has been handed over by Indian Ambassador Vinay Mohan Kwatra to General Purna Chandra Thapa, Chief of the Nepali Army. The ambassador reaffirmed India’s… Continue reading Indian Army handover medical equipment to Nepali Army

Culture expert Satya Mohan Joshi admitted to hospital

File photo of Satya Mohan Joshi. Photo Courtesy: The Kathmandu Post

Kathmandu: Satya Mohan Joshi, a man of the century and a senior culture expert, has fallen ill. He has been admitted to Kist Hospital on Wednesday afternoon with chest pain. According to doctors involved in Joshi’s treatment, his breathing and blood pressure are now normal and his health is improving. The hospital has informed that… Continue reading Culture expert Satya Mohan Joshi admitted to hospital

Province 1 government seeks permission to purchase vaccines

Kathmandu: The provincial government has seeked permission from the federal government to purchase vaccines against covid-19 infection. Minister for Social Development of Province 1 Usha Kala Rai has requested the federal government to give permission for the purchase of vaccines. In a virtual meeting held by the Ministry of Health and Population, Minister Rai said… Continue reading Province 1 government seeks permission to purchase vaccines

Health ministry urges to complain against overcharging hospitals

Kathmandu: The Ministry of Health and Population has requested to complain against the health institution for charging more than the prescribed fee for the treatment of covid-19. The ministry has requested the Ministry of Industry, Commerce and Supplies, Ministry of Social Development, District Administration Office and the municipality to register complaints against such health institutions… Continue reading Health ministry urges to complain against overcharging hospitals

Three years imprisonment announced for beating health workers

Kathmandu: The government has brought an ordinance to imprison anyone who beats health worker. Anyone who beats a health worker will be imprisoned for three years with fine up to Rs 300,000. Now, even if the health facility is besieged, imprisonment for up to one year can be imposed. The government has brought an ordinance… Continue reading Three years imprisonment announced for beating health workers

WHO provides amphotericin ‘B’ medicine to Nepal

Kathmandu: The World Health Organization (WHO) has sent amphotericin ‘B’, a drug used to treat black fungus, for Nepal. At the request of Nepal, WHO has sent one thousand vials of amphotericin ‘B’ to Nepal. One thousand vials sent by WHO have arrived in Nepal. The government had requested the World Health Organization to send… Continue reading WHO provides amphotericin ‘B’ medicine to Nepal

Proposal to shift cremation area from Pashupatinath Temple

Kathmandu (Rashtriya Samachar Samiti): The Pashupati Area Development Fund is going to propose in the master plan to relocate the Pashupati Nath Temple to other places without keeping the nearby cremation area to maintain the historical, religious, cultural and archeological significance of the temple. The Ministry of Culture, Tourism and Civil Aviation has formed a… Continue reading Proposal to shift cremation area from Pashupatinath Temple