Made in India Oxford-AstraZeneca jab gets emergency use nod

Nepal‘s drug regulator on Friday granted emergency use approval for the Covid-19 vaccine developed by the University of Oxford and pharmaceutical giant AstraZeneca and made in India, paving the way for even private companies to import and sell the vaccine in the market. Public health experts, however, say the government, which has already pledged to immunize the entire population for…

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human-wildlife conflict – Nepal News

On Friday night, a male elephant raided a wheat farm in Saptari, but before he could feed on the wheat he received a severe electric shock and fell. The elephant died on the spot at about 10:15 p.m. in Amaha, Hadak municipality, according to Laxman Safi, supervisor of the Saptari department’s forestry department. “A farmer has laid a high voltage…

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The best short films of 2020 – promising future they hold for Nepali films

The year 2020 will always be set apart in history as the year the entire world was brought somewhere near the Covid. Schools, universities, workplaces were shut. Individuals lost all feeling of regularity, many lost their positions, and numerous their lives and of their relatives. In any case, the world didn’t stop. Neither did individuals. Individuals continued moving, developing and…

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Nepal Ruling party’s split continues to fuel conflict in provinces

Two days after Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli’s Cabinet suggested the disintegration of the House of Representatives, his Nepal Communist Party, through a choice of its Central Committee, in which the resistance group has a lion’s share, made a disciplinary move against him. At that point the group drove by Pushpa Kamal Dahal and Madhav Kumar Nepal, through the gathering’s…

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India’s military connection with Nepal

KATHMANDU: India’s military connection with Nepal dates back to the reign of Maharaja Ranjit Singh whose army in Lahore enlisted Nepalese soldiers as “Lahure”. It should also be noted that the British-India had raised the first battalion of the Gurkha Regiment as “Nasiri Regiment” in April 1815. Meanwhile, by the time the First World War started, as many as 10…

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Shocking ; Hong Kong teen jailed for China flag insult

A Hong Kong youngster was requested to go through four months in jail on Tuesday for offending China’s public banner and unlawful gathering as Beijing progressively targets unmistakable activists from the monetary center. Tony Chung, a 19-year-old who drove a now-disbanded favorable to majority rule government gathering, was indicted recently for tossing the Chinese banner to the ground during fights…

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To assess the political situation in Nepal, Chinese vice minister arrives on a four-day visit

Driving a four-part designation, Guo Yezhou, bad habit pastor of the International Department of the Communist Party of China (CPC), showed up in Kathmandu on Sunday to survey the ground circumstance after the disintegration of the House of Representatives by Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli. Guo was gotten by Chinese Ambassador to Nepal Hou Yanqui at Tribhuvan International Airport. Nobody…

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