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As of today, the country has witnessed 16,801 cases of the coronavirus infection while 8,589 people have been discharged from hospitals. Meanwhile, thirty-eight COVID-19 fatalities have been confirmed.
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As many as eighty-two cases of coronavirus infection were reported on Sunday, taking Nepal's Covid-19 tally to 16,801.
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As many as four persons that had gone missing along with 11 others, after a landslip swept them in Silichong Rural Municipality-1 of Sankhuwasabha district on Sunday morning, have been rescued.
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As many as 1,268 persons have recovered from the Covid-19 infection in Sudurpaschim province so far.
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As monsoon rains persist, the water level of the Koshi River continues to increase, making threats of related disasters even more pronounced in the surrounding areas.
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Eight houses have been washed away in Sisuwakhola of Silichong Rural Municipality-1 and eleven persons are currently untraceable after being wiped out by a landslip in Sankhuwasabha district.
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Two more missing bodies were recovered from the landslide debris in Sharki Tole of Barekot Rural Municipality, Jajarkot, on Saturday.
Scores of families have been displaced after floodwaters swamped their houses in Saptari’s Hanumannagar Kankalini Municipality.
Rakuten Viber, one of the world’s leading messaging apps for free and secure communication, and UNICEF, working for child rights in Nepal, have collaborated to launch U-Report Nepalchatbot on Viber.
Carrying a 19-month-old child, Susmita Pariyar was searching for an apartment in Kharane Phant on Saturday afternoon.
Ruling Nepal Communist Party (NCP) leader Asta Laxmi Shakya said Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli should have used his address to the nation on Friday to calm down youths protesting in the street in his support.
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Five persons have been arrested on the charge of facilitating illegal kidney transplantation in Chitwan.
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As many as 27 persons, who went missing in the landslides that swept through Myagdi district, have been confirmed dead, until Saturday evening.
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As of today, the country has witnessed 16,719 cases of the coronavirus infection while 8,442 people have been discharged from hospitals. Meanwhile, thirty-eight COVID-19 fatalities have been confirmed.
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As monsoon has become active of late, weather for the next three days will likely remain cloudy with chances of rainfall across the country, the Meteorological Forecasting Division said.
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Three more persons have succumbed to the coronavirus infection, confirmed the Ministry of Health and Population on Saturday.
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The Ministry of Health and Population has reported 70 new cases of the coronavirus infection on Saturday, which has taken the nationwide COVID-19 tally to 16,719.
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Bodies of three more persons swept away by the rain-triggered landsides and floods in Myagdi district have been recovered on Saturday afternoon.
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Tarai districts are at a high risk of floods as water level has risen alarmingly after incessant rainfall in hilly and Chure region in recent days.
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Twelve persons who had gone missing after landslides and flooding in Myagdi district have been found dead, as of today morning.
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A COVID-19 infected woman, who is undergoing treatment in the isolation ward of Achham Hospital, has given birth to a baby.
Bagmati and Lalbakaiya rivers, swollen due to incessant rainfall since Thursday, pose threat to villages on the river banks in the eastern hilly districts.
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Freedom Forum, a civil society organisation, issued a press release condemning cable operators’ decision to halt broadcast of Indian news channels, except Doordarshan, over misleading and defamatory content about Nepal.
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The East-West Highway has been obstructed since a diversion was washed away by a flash flood in Gaindakot section of Nawalparasi (East).
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Various victim groups of Nepal have made a joint submission to the 37th Session of the Working Group on Universal Periodic Review of the United Nations Human Rights Council, drawing its attention to the Government of Nepal’s persistent failure to deliver truth, justice, reparation and institutional reforms.
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National Human Rights Commission Chairman Anup Raj Sharma has drawn flak for issuing a press release condemning NHRC member Mohna Ansari for criticising Samajwadi Party-Nepal’s decision to expel Sarita Giri from both the party and the House of Representatives.
Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli's address to the nation
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Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli is addressing the nation, shortly.
As many as five persons have been found dead while nine others are still missing in the landslide that swept through Barekot Rural Municipality in Jajarkot.
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The Federation of Nepalese National Transport Entrepreneurs (FNNTE) has decided to continue with the suspension of public vehicle operation, on Friday.