06 Feb 2023, 9:31 AM (GMT)

Coronavirus Stats Nepal

1,001,106 Total Cases
12,020 Death Cases
989,078 Recovered Cases

International

All Nepalis are safe in Afghanistan

Kathmandu : The government has said that all Nepalis in Afghanistan are safe. At present, 42 people are in the same group in Kabul and they are safe, according to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. The government is in regular contact with all those in Kabul and is coordinating with the concerned agencies to repatriate them, the ministry said in ...

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Blast outside Kabul airport kills at least 11

Kathmandu : A bomb has exploded outside Kabul airport in Afghanistan. A bomb blast near the northern city of Mosul has killed at least 11 people, officials say. The official said that children and women were also injured in the incident. According to the information received so far, there was an explosion at the gate of the airport. British troops ...

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11 rescued from Afghanistan today

Kathmandu : Eleven Nepalis have been rescued from Afghanistan today. They were rescued from Kabul and taken to New Delhi, the foreign ministry said. Stating that the process of repatriation of Nepalis from Afghanistan is underway and 42 people awaiting rescue in different parts of Kabul have been integrated near different places and placed near Kabul airport, the ministry said ...

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504 Nepali nationals rescued from Afghanistan

Kathmandu : The Ministry of Foreign Affairs has stated that the rescue work of Nepali citizens is continuing from Afghanistan. Today, a total of 35 people, including 26 and 9, have returned home from regular flights of Turkish Air and Jazira Air. Meanwhile, a total of 504 Nepali nationals have been rescued from Afghanistan and returned to Kathmandu so far, ...

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Taliban official denies reports of kidnapping foreigner Kabul Airport

Kathmandu : A Taliban official has denied reports that a foreign national was abducted near Kabul airport on Saturday. The official said a US led rescue team was still working at Kabul’s airport and that reports of abductions were just rumors. “The abduction report is a rumor. Taliban members are helping all foreign nationals gain access to the airport. We ...

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An additional 200,000 vaccines from Japan arrived

Kathmandu : Of the 1.6 million doses of vaccine provided by the Japanese government under the Covax facility, 208,700 doses have arrived in the capital today. At a brief ceremony held at Tribhuvan International Airport, a representative of the Japanese Embassy here handed over the vaccine to a representative of the Ministry of Health and Population. Earlier, nine lakh vaccines ...

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Floods kill 27 in Turkey

Kathmandu : At least 27 people have been killed in floods in Turkey. Authorities say they died in floods off the northern coast of the country. The death toll rose to 27 from 10 on Friday night, according to disaster management officials. Some people are still missing due to the floods and search and rescue efforts are underway. President Recap ...

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Estimated 115,000 health workers have died due to Coronavirus

Kathmandu : The World Health Organization (WHO) has said that 115,000 health workers have died due to coronavirus (Covid-19) infection. At a regular media briefing, WHO chief Dr Tedros Adhanom said 115,000 health workers had died in the 18 month old Corona epidemic. He added that corona infection has been confirmed in one million people who are currently working on ...

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UEFA removes away goal rule

UEFA has confirmed that the away goal rule will be abolished from European competitions, with the rule change being put into place in time for the start of the 2021-22 season. UEFA’s working committee meeting has approved the proposal to remove the away goal rule. This rule has been in use since 1965. This rule has been decisive time and time again in the ...

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Helicopter crash kills 6 in Philippines

Kathmandu : A Philippine Airlines (PAF) military helicopter crashed on Wednesday night. The military says all six people aboard the S-70I Block Hawk Call Sign helicopter were killed in the crash in northern Manila. A statement from the Air Force said all aboard the helicopter had died. The helicopter crashed shortly after taking off from the airport in Kapas city ...

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