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If Sunny Leone is forced to mop - EXCLUSIVE VIDEO

In the lockdown more than month has passed, most people are getting comfortable in their pyjamas and sweatpants, but not Sunny Leone. She decided to turn up the glamour quotient while doing household chores. Sunny shared a video from her TikTok to her Instagram account, in which she is seen all...

The forever quarantine of the aged people

Contributor: Mahima Devkota The rise of the frustration of people due to Nepal lockdown- lack of movement, access to resources, and social distancing because of Covid-19 pandemic is palpable. However, this has been the reality of the everyday life of most aged-people. Aged-people are the ones who are 65 years and...

Hotels in Sauraha will operate from Dashain

Kathmandu - Hotels in Sauraha, one of the major touristic destinations in Chitwan, are likely to remain closed at least till the upcoming Dashain festival. Hotels were closed with the enforcement of lockdown against the COVID-19 crisis. According to Regional Hotel Association Chair Deepak Bhattarai, Sauraha-based hoteliers have agreed not...

10 more new cases reported in Nepal

KATHMANDU: Nepal has confirmed 10 more new COVID-19 cases on Sunday, taking the total of infections to 69. Speaking at a regular press briefing, Dr Bikash Devkota, Spokesperson at Ministry of Health and Population said that a 36-year-old person from Chhapkaiya of Birgunj Municipality-3, and nine persons in Nepalgunj have tested...

2,000 Nepalis stuck in India have returned home

Kathmandu - Nepali migrant workers, who were stranded in various border towns in India due to the lockdown, are returning home today after one month. Some 2,000 Nepalis had been living in quarantine in Jhulaghat, Dharchula and Pithouragadh towns in India after the border between Nepal and India was sealed...

KOICA supports medical items and relief fund

Kathmandu - The Korea International Cooperation Agency (KOICA) has today donated six types of medical items total worth 78,000 US dollars for COVID-19 response to four of its partner hospitals in Nepal. Ambassador of the Republic of Korea Park Young-Sik handed over the medical items to the respective chairpersons and medical...


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