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No More Pandemic Have-Nots

COVID-19 has bifurcated the world like almost nothing else. The wealthiest countries have more than enough vaccine doses with which to protect their people from the ravages of the virus, while the poorest countries do not. Those in the Global North also have the means to stave off economic calamity and social disruption through massive stimulus packages, while hundreds of millions in the Global South have been driven into extreme poverty. This inequitable divide leaves humanity far more vulnerable to

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Opinion
Will China Stand in the Way of Global Health?

Last month, I lamented that the leaders of the BRICS countries (Brazil, Russia, India, China, and South Africa) seem incapable

Analysis
No More Pandemic Have-Nots

COVID-19 has bifurcated the world like almost nothing else. The wealthiest countries have more than enough vaccine doses with which

Politics
Home Ministry forms probe team on death in detention

KATHMANDU:- The Home Ministry has formed a team under the coordination of Joint Secretary Thaneshwor Gautam to probe on the

All citizen’s valued participation necessary: Chair Yadav
Home Minister consults over agreement with Chand-led NCP
CPN (UML) Chair Oli sees possibility of early election
CPN (Maoist Centre) Chair Dahal expresses sorrow over latest road…
Nation
President Bhandari’s message on Global Handwashing Day

KATHMANDU:- President Bidya Devi Bhandari has extended message of best wishes on the occasion of the Global Handwashing Day today, October

CPN (MC) Chair Dahal – Dashain Greetings
Speaker Sapkota vows to work for country and people’s benefits
Festivals help keep cultural unity and identity intact: Province Chief…
Foreign Affairs Minister returns home attending NAM high-level meeting
China
US-China challenge: Easing tensions despite differences

By KEN MORITSUGU, BEIJING (AP):- In a relationship as fraught as America’s and China’s, just an agreement that talks were productive was a sign of progress. Nine months into Joe Biden’s presidency, the two sides finally appear to be trying to ease tensions that date from the Trump administration — though U.S. complaints about Chinese policies on trade, Taiwan and other issues are little diminished. A closed-door meeting in Zurich on Wednesday between senior Chinese foreign policy adviser Yang Jiechi

California
California firefighters, aircraft try to box in wildfire

SANTA BARBARA, Calif. (AP):- More than 1,300 firefighters helped by aircraft dumping water and fire retardant worked Thursday to box in a wildfire in a Southern California coastal mountain range that has closed a major highway and rail line for days. The Alisal Fire has charred more than 26 square miles (67 square kilometers) of chaparral and grass in the Santa Ynez Mountains west of Santa Barbara since it erupted Monday amid high winds. It is only 5% contained. Authorities

USA
FDA panel endorses lower-dose Moderna COVID shot for booster

By LAURAN NEERGAARD and MATTHEW PERRONE, (AP):- U.S. health advisers said Thursday that some Americans who received Moderna’s COVID-19 vaccine

House sends debt limit hike to Biden, staving off default
At least 2 dead in California plane crash that burned…
US couple arrested for selling nuclear warship information
US appeals court lets Texas resume ban on most abortions
Middle East
Gunbattles erupt during protest of Beirut blast probe; 6 die

By ZEINA KARAM and SARAH EL DEEB, BEIRUT (AP):- Heavy gunfire broke out Thursday in Beirut during a protest organized

At least 134 Yemen rebels dead in latest Marib-areas strikes:…
Lebanon in blackout as power stations run out of fuel
Iran-SKorea row worsens over oil billions frozen by US sanctions
Israel foreign minister lands in Bahrain on landmark visit
Market
Market monitoring upped in Surkhet

KARNALI:- The District Administration Office, Surkhet, has intensified the activities for market monitoring ahead of the major festivals. The administration

Huawei launches Seeds for the Future in Nepal

LALITPUR;- Huawei has launched Seeds for the Future– its global flagship CSR program for undergraduate level students from all ICT-related

Business & Economy
Government offices that remained closed for Dashain reopen today

KATHMANDU:- Government offices across the country including the Kathmandu Valley that remained closed for the Dashain festival have resumed after

Number of Ayurvedic medicine users increasing in Palpa

PALPA:- The number of patients taking Ayurvedic medicines is increasing in the district. People with health issues like abdomen pain,

Capital
Travel
Langtang, Gosaikunda attract hordes of domestic tourists with COVID-19 receding

RASUWA:- The number of people visiting the Langtang Valley Goasaikunda has increased of late. Langtang, one of the major touristic

Province Tourism Board constituted in Province No 1

MORANG:- The Province No 1 government has constituted the Province Tourism Board. A meeting of the Province Council of Ministers

Health
Number of Ayurvedic medicine users increasing in Palpa

PALPA:- The number of patients taking Ayurvedic medicines is increasing in the district. People with health issues like abdomen pain,

Health Minister Khatiwada inspects Hetauda Hospital
Nepal reports 785 new Covid-19 cases, 12 deaths
COVID-19 rate decreases 60 percent: Health Ministry
74 per cent population in valley vaccinated against COVID-19
Religion
NRNA executive committee’s term extended by six months

KATHMANDU:- The tenure of existing executive committee of the Non-Resident Nepali Association (NRNA) has been extended by six more months.

PM Deuba receives Dashain tika
Communications Minister observes Bijaya Dashami festival
Lumbini Province Chief, Karnali Province Chief Minister extend festival greetings
PM Deuba receives Dashain tika