Impact of Covid 19: Mental retardation in children

September 27, Kathmandu. Studies have shown that many children have mental health issues during the COVID-19 pandemic. According to experts who have worked in the field of mental illness for a long time. Due to the corona epidemic, children were away from the main elements of childhood like classmates, sports for almost two years. Experts… Continue reading Impact of Covid 19: Mental retardation in children

Government plans to extend the variety of vaccination facilities to 16,000

twenty seventh July, Kathmandu. The authorities plans to broaden the vaccination heart in opposition to COVID-19 to 16,000. Minister of State for Health and Population Umesh Shrestha made public the federal government’s plan to extend the variety of vaccination facilities to 16,000 by way of Twitter. Public well being specialists have been calling the federal… Continue reading Government plans to extend the variety of vaccination facilities to 16,000

Covid-19 response group mobilized in Gandaki

June 19, Kathmandu. A COVID-19 response group with consultants has been mobilized in Gandaki for corona management and prevention on the neighborhood stage. Dr. Binod Bindu Sharma, Director, Directorate of Health, Gandaki stated that well being staff and laboratory staff have additionally been engaged together with consultants for corona testing and administration on the neighborhood… Continue reading Covid-19 response group mobilized in Gandaki

In case of any drawback, Covid-19 Support Center within the Federation will be arrange by cellphone.

April 29, Kathmandu. The Federation of Nepali Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FNCCI) has commissioned 19 Covid support facilities. A gathering of FNCCI officers and anxious officers has determined to arrange a help heart. The heart will probably be coordinated by FNCCI Senior Vice President Chandra Prasad Dhakal. The General Assembly has additionally shared the… Continue reading In case of any drawback, Covid-19 Support Center within the Federation will be arrange by cellphone.

Federation of Construction Entrepreneurs said that all projects should be extended

22 April, Kathmandu. According to the Federation of Nepalese Construction Entrepreneurs, the increasing number of Covid-19 infections in various districts, including the capital, has made it difficult to carry out construction in line with the standards set by the government. According to the federation, vehicles used to transport construction materials have been stopped at various… Continue reading Federation of Construction Entrepreneurs said that all projects should be extended

Decision to stop all cricketing activities, series with Namibia has also been postponed

17 April, Kathmandu. Nepal Cricket Association (NCA) has suspended all cricket activities indefinitely due to the increasing influence of Covid-19. Cain said in a statement on Friday that he had decided to suspend all cricketing activities until Covid’s current condition improved and further notice was issued by the association citing the Korana virus. Cain has… Continue reading Decision to stop all cricketing activities, series with Namibia has also been postponed

‘Double Mutant Variants’ Infected Travel History Explored: Director Poudel

2 April, Kathmandu. A new version of Covid-19, the ‘double mutant variant’ and the ‘UK variant’, is being searched for the infected person. Director of Epidemiology and Communicable Disease Control Division, Drs. Krishna Paudel reported that travel details of people found to be infected with ‘double mutant variants’ and ‘UK variants’ are being searched. “Those… Continue reading ‘Double Mutant Variants’ Infected Travel History Explored: Director Poudel

60 billion foreign aid to fight Covid-19

March 26, Kathmandu. Nepal has received more than 60.53 billion (US13 513 million) to help fight the corona virus (Covid-19) epidemic. In the financial year 2076/77, Nepal received a total of US $ 2.28 billion (Rs 236.23 billion) in foreign aid. According to a report released by the Finance Ministry, 25.5 percent of the aid… Continue reading 60 billion foreign aid to fight Covid-19

95.9 percent progress in internal revenue collection in 7 months

March 25, Kathmandu. The effect of the corona virus on internal revenue collection is still found. In the first seven months of the current fiscal year 2077/78 (July-January), internal revenue growth has been only 95.9 percent. According to the Inland Revenue Department, income tax of Rs 112.43 billion has been collected till January this year.… Continue reading 95.9 percent progress in internal revenue collection in 7 months

Corona laden Nepali sports are rolling

1 January, Kathmandu. The Nepalese sports sector, which came to a standstill with the outbreak of the Nobel Corona Virus (COVID-19) epidemic, is now flourishing. From football to cricket competitions and other sports activities have started running smoothly. The national football team is currently training for a World Cup qualifier at the ANFA Complex. Similarly,… Continue reading Corona laden Nepali sports are rolling