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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 by...read more →


Prince Mohammed bin Salman launche the “Green Saudi Arabia” and “Green Middle East” initiative

Kathmandu, According to a press release issued by the Embassy of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia  in Kathmandu that The Saudi Crown Prince His Royal Highness Prince  Mohammed bin Salman bin Abdulaziz launched the "Green Saudi Arabia" and "Green Middle East" initiative which affirms the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia's desire...read more →


PM Oli warns of action against unruly party leaders

KATHMANDU: Prime Minister KP Oli has warned that he will take a stringent action against those who violate the party statute. Speaking at a tea reception organized at Baluwatar on Tuesday, Prime Minister Oli said there is no room for indiscipline, anarchy and unruly activities in the party. “There is...read more →


New Zealand Mosque Shooter Travelled to India Before the Attack: Report

Carekhabar / Farhan Noor According to a detailed report about the Christchurch shootings, the Australian-born attacker Brenton Tarrant had extensively travelled around the world before moving to New Zealand in 2019, and carrying out the country’s worst massacre. Tarrant, who killed 51 Muslim worshippers at two mosques in Christchurch, also...read more →


Indian Army Chief to handover military, medical equipment to NA

KATHMANDU: Chief of the Army Staff of the Indian Army, General Manoj Mukund Naravane, is scheduled to arrive in Nepal for a three-day visit to Nepal from November 4. He is arriving here at the official invitation of Chief of Staff of the Nepal Army, Purna Chandra Thapa. According to...read more →


Nepal’s COVID-19 tally reaches 162,354 with 1,954 fresh cases

KATHMANDU: Nepal’s COVID-19 tally has reached 162,354 as of Wednesday afternoon after 1,954 persons tested positive for coronavirus in the last 24 hours. According to the Spokesperson at the Ministry of Health and Population, Dr. Jageshwor altogether 8,248 sample tests were conducted across the country in the past 24 hours....read more →


I strongly condemn the vandalism of Mosque in broad daylight in Kathmandu, Sundhara : Akram Pathan

JSP state spokesperson Akram Pathan condemn of vandalized of Mosque

Carekhabar / Farhan Noor Krishnanagar, 24 oct : JSP state spokesperson demand strick action should be taken against all involved, including the land mafia and said, This is gift from communist govt. to the Muslim community. The Musafir Madani Mosque in Sundhara was vandalized on Saturday morning. The Mosque was...read more →


Govt not to carry test and hospitalization expenses for COVID-19

Carekhabar / Farhan Noor KATHMANDU: A meeting of the Ministry of Health on Sunday clear-cut that all except for severely disabled, senior citizens, sanitation workers, security personnel, health workers and frontline staff should undergone test and hospitalization on their own, said Spokesperson Dr. Jageshwor Gautam. At a routine press conference...read more →


India’s COVID-19 Tally crosses 7.4 Million with 62,212 new cases

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New Delhi:  India's COVID-19 caseload went past 7.4 Million, while the number of people who have recover from the disease crossed 6.5 Million pushing the recovery rate to 87.78 percent, according to data updated by the Indian Union Health Ministry on Saturday. The COVID-19 death toll crosses to 1,12,998 with...read more →


Home Minister Thapa directs to be sensitive in rape cases

KATHMANDU: Minister for Home Affairs Ram Bahadur Thapa has directed the line agencies to prepare an effective strategy to control the crimes, which have increased due to pandemic trauma and job loss. Speaking at a virtual security seminar of State-1 here Tuesday, Minister Thapa said that effective plans were essential...read more →


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