Stories Tagged 'Nepal'
In the 10-page letter, which was sent through Nepal’s Permanent Mission to the United Nations in Geneva, the rapporteurs have said the existing selection procedure lacks impartiality, independence and transparency.
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An unequal platter

Apr 15 2019

Pregnant women, lactating mothers and children aged 6-24 months in five districts in Karnali and in Solukhumbu district in Province 1 have been deprived of nutritious food for the last two months due to the inability of the local governments to buy fortified flour on time.
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Two out of every three deaths in Nepal are caused by non-communicable diseases—heart disease, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, lower respiratory infection and stroke—a new report published on Thursday by Nepal Health Research Council  says.
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The airport experience remains fraught with problems, beginning from the moment passengers exit the plane to the moment they leave the airport gates, as painfully slow processes take hours.
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A buffer division team at Dudhwa Tiger Reserve in Uttar Pradesh, India, on Sunday, arrested Fariyad alias Lamboo, the notorious kingpin of a tiger poaching gang that operates in Nepal and India.
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Achham district, one of the remotest districts in Nepal, is deprived of many development indexes including health service.
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