Saturday, 23 September, 2023


COVID-19 threatens the very survival of restaurants

By: NUSHRAT JAHAN The restaurant industry is one of the industries worst hit by Covid-19 across the globe. According to Restaurant and Bar Association of Nepal (REBAN), there are 3,300 registered restaurants in the country. “The industry directly employs more than 60,000 people, the majority of whom have been rendered jobless more →

Russia to provide 25 million doses of corona vaccine to Nepal

Carekhabar/Farhan Noor Kathmandu:- Russia, which claims to have developed a vaccine for the first time in the world, is going to give 25 million doses of vaccine against corona virus to Nepal. According to the international media Reuters, an agreement has been reached to send the vaccine to Nepal. more →

Indian pregnant activist Safoora Zargar gets bail in Delhi CAA/NRC protest case

Carekhabar/Farhan Noor Today Delhi High court has granted bail to Jamia University activist Safoora Zagar, 27-year-old student who was jailed in April 2020 in case related to the protesting against CAA/NRC (Citizenship law) in capital city of India, has granted bail on June 23, 2020. On Tuesday, granted bail more →

The Perspective of Islam on GMOs

By: Khalid Akram Al Rajhi Medical College Qassim, KSA   GMOs stands for Genetically Modified Organisms. To fulfill the human’s need, scientists use modern biotechnology techniques such as genetic engineering to modify and improve plants, animals, and microorganisms for increasing their productivity. In genetic engineering, scientists select DNA from more →

Quake-devastated 287 schools rebuilt

Gorkha, Nov 7  Reconstruction of earthquake-affected 287 schools in Gorkha has been completed. Baburam Devkota, engineer at District Project Implementation Unit (Education) under the National Reconstruction Authority (NRA), shared rebuild of school was gaining momentum in Gorkha in the aftermath of 2015 earthquake. "The deadly earthquake had affected total more →

MBBS and BDS seat numbers determined

Kathmandu, Oct 21  The Nepal Medical Council (NMC) has determined the number of seats for Bachelor of Medicines, Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) and Bachelor of Dental Surgery (BDS) under the medical education. The Council has determined new seats for medical colleges for the new academic calendar 2076/77 BS at more →

India-supported school building inaugurated

Kathmandu, Sept 29  A three-storey building of Kuleshwor Awas Secondary School at Kathmandu Metropolitan City-14 built with financial assistance of the Indian government has been inaugurated. Deputy Chief of Mission in Embassy of India in Kathmandu Dr Ajay Kumar and District Coordination Committee, Kathmandu's Chairperson Shiva Sundar Raj Baidya more →

‘State should take responsibility for education and health’

Kathmandu, Sept 25  Federal Chairperson of Samajbadi Party Nepal, Dr Baburam Bhattarai has spoken the need for the state to take up complete responsibility for health and education. In his address to an interaction 'End of partisan share in universities and reforms in education sector' organized here today by more →

Grade 11 results published

Bhaktapur, Sept 24  The National Examination Board today published the results of the eleventh grade. According to Examinations Controller Krishna Sharma, 349,603 students, out of 509,052 who took the exams, have secured passed results. Of them, 2,319 students have secured 3.61 to 4 GPA while 13,772 passed the exams more →

Manmohan Technical University Bill passed

Biratnagar, Sept 23  A meeting of the State Assembly today passed the 'Bill Designed to Make Provisions for the Manmohan Technical University, 2076 BS', by a majority. State 1 government minister for social development, Jeevan Ghimire had presented a proposal in the Assembly seeking its passage. Although the Assembly more →

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