NMA to shutdown medical services except emergency on Thursday

  • Asks govt to address demands of Dr KC, warns of indefinite shutdown
Post Report, Jul 18 2018
Nepal Medical Association (NMA) has decided to shutdown all hospital services except emergency across the country on Thursday.
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Death toll in Rukum jeep accident reaches 7 (Update)

    Post Report, Jul 18 2018
    Death toll in Rukum East jeep accident has reached seven after three more people lost their lives in course of treatment at the District Public Health Office.
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    1 dead, 6 injured and 25 houses buried in Parbat landslide

    Post Report, NANGLIWANG, Jul 18 2018
    A teenager died when a landslide triggered by incessant rain swept away a house at Lasti Berneta of Jaljala rural municipality in Parbat district on Tuesday night.

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    Spinner Shakti Gauchan announces international retirement

    Post Report, Kathmandu, Jul 18 2018
    Peter Della Penna via cricinfo
    Veteran Nepali spinner Shakti Gauchan has announced his retirement from international cricket.

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    Eight-month-old baby among three killed in Gorkha landslide

    HARIRAM UPRETY, GORKHA, Jul 18 2018
    Three people including a minor died after a landslide buried a house in Ghairug in Sahid Lakhan Rural Municipality-6 in Gorkha district on Wednesday.

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    Main News

    Three men rape girl, 13, for two months in captivity

    SHIVA PURI, Jul 18 2018
    A 13-year-old girl from Rautahat was abducted and repeatedly raped by her captors for nearly two months before abandoning her on the street of Birgunj in Parsa district.
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    ‘Many Kamaiya families still live in abject poverty’

    MOHAN BUDHAIR, Jul 18 2018
    Around 2,000 former Kamaiya (freed bonded labourers) families in Kailali district are still waiting to be rehabilitated by the government, according to an NGO working for the welfare of former Kamaiyas.
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    Amid reservations, govt dissolves local peace committees

    Post Report, Jul 18 2018
    Despite strong reservation from the transitional justice bodies, the government on Tuesday dissolved all the district peace committees.
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    Fiction Park

    Something to fight for

    Ajay Mishra, Jul 15 2018
    The clouds gathered in the sky, obscuring the sun and washing everything in grey light. He glanced at the darkening sky, gathered his tools and started walking home. He had shivered all night without a quilt to keep warm in the winter air. This is why he had desperately hoped that it would be a sunny day. In the morning, the sunlight had cut through the mist to reveal a bright and beautiful expanse. But before too long, clouds had gathered and blocked the sun, draining everything of its warmth and colours.
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    Escalate

    Innovation and collaboration

    Jul 16 2018
    Moti Dugar started his corporate journey in 1984 from his father’s oil factory, before moving onto Century Masala under Dugar Spices. He is also the proprietor of two hotels in Biratnagar—Harrison Palace and Fun and Food Village Resort.
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    Saturday Features

    Beyond my bubble

    Baijayabar Pradhan
    I was born and raised in Kathmandu. Over the years, I have been part of its transformation and of its growing urbanisation.

    Heil Oli!

    Guffadi
    You don’t need to give us trains and ships and no, don’t even think about sending Deuba to Mars. Just give us roads without potholes. Give us affordable healthcare and quality education

    A bug’s life

    OBIE SHRESTHA
    The new Ant-Man and the Wasp is in much the same humble, low-key mould as its predecessor—this is a superhero who’s not worrying about the fate of the universe for once, and who’s happy to just crack a few jokes, fight off a few baddies

    In search for justice

    SANDESH GHIMIRE
    In The Girl from Kathmandu, a decade long investigation reveals how Nepali youth are dispensable cogs in the global machinery

    Stand up and be counted

    SANJIT BHAKTA PRADHANANGA
    A teenager in a floral Kimono has been rolling hand-rolled cigarettes in boredom; a man in a knock-off Belgium jersey has been finagling with the overwhelmed, solitary waiter about the beer options. A cloud of smoke hangs heavy over the ceiling, pregnant with expectation.

    The crazy authoritarian doctor

    Guffadi
    I think we are all tired of Dr KC now. Why is only Dr KC worried about the health care system and the quality of medical schools in this great country of ours when the rest of us are happy with the shoddy medical services provided for exorbitant fees and really don’t care if byaparis make billions by opening medical schools and providing substandard education to produce incompetent medical doctors?

    Delhi: A city of two tales

    ASTHA WAGLE
    I do not recall how old I was when I had encountered a giant, black-cover book in my father’s bookshelf titled Delhi: The Emperor’s City. The book, which was full of pictures and descriptions of historical monuments and sites, was perfect for a small child. The pictures of the beautiful forts, havelis, gates and bridges fascinated me.

    Thirteen ways of looking at a city

    PRANAYA SJB RANA
    From the porthole of a moving aircraft, the hills rise languid, undulating like waves on a gently rolling river. Below, in the city, through the stratified squamous smattering of brick and mortar clusters snake asphalt arteries, carrying corpuscles of life.

    A new lease on life

    Jyotsana Simha
    In September 2014, I was diagnosed with left temporal Sub Ependymoma, a low-grade brain tumour. Like all parents, my parents wanted the best possible treatment for me. Overlooking Nepal’s medical institutions, we immediately rushed to India in hopes of a successful treatment. Soon after, I was operated at the All India Institution of Medical Sciences (AIIMS), New Delhi.