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Hepatitis E victims count crosses 1000 mark in Biratnagar


KATHMANDU: The Hepatitis E, Jaundice, epidemic outbreak in Biratnagar area of Morang district has continued to spread as the number of people receiving treatment for

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Dr KC ends fast following three-point agreement

KATHMANDU: Dr Govinda KC, who had been on a hunger strike for 14 days,concluded his strike on Friday after government pledged to fulfill his demands that call for reforming the

Rabbies death toll reaches 3 in Jajarkot, vaccine still elusive

JAJARKOT: Three people died of rabies infection after being bitten by stray dogs in the district recently. The deceased are Bal Bahadur Thapa (55) and his daughter Hari Kala Thapa (22)

Patients of kidney, heart, blood pressure to get medicines for free in Nepal

KATHMANDU: The government is providing free medicines to the patients of renal, cardiac, blood pressure and mental diseases. A source at the Ministry of Health and Population said that the

UN report: 165 million ‘stunted’ children in world

DUBLIN: The United Nations Children’s Fund says that more than a quarter of children under age 5 worldwide are permanently “stunted” from malnutrition, leaving them physically and intellectually weak and

Prof Dr Bimal Kumar Sinha in new Executive Director at TUTH for a week

KATHMANDU: Following resignation of executive director of Tribhuvan University Teaching Hospital (TUTH) Dr Bhagwan Koirala, Prof Dr Bimal Kumar Sinha has been appointed to the post. Dean of the Institute

Country to be free from existing crisis within few days: Mahato

SAPTARI: Minister for Health and Population Rajendra Mahato has said that the country would get an outlet of the ongoing constitutional and political crises within few days. Laying the foundation

Nepal’s veteran cardiologist Bhagawan resigns from Executive Director of TUTH

KATHMANDU: Veteran cardiologist and executive director at the Tribhuvan University Teaching Hospital (TUTH) Dr Bhagawan Koirala has resigned from the post. He said, “I resigned two days back. There are

Rotary Club of Tasmania supports for Eye Camp in Hetauda

HETAUDA: The Rotary Club of Hetauda in association with Rotary Club of Tasmania, Australia, organized an eye camp in Hetauda. The Rotary Club of Tasmania has been supporting ‘Gift of

Government to run pharmacies

KATHMANDU: The Ministry of Health and Population (MoHP) is going to operate pharmacies itself at all the hospitals under it. The Ministry says the preparation of policy to run pharmacies