16 December 2019


Excessive antibiotic prescriptions for children can harm their health: Study (1)
ANI | Updated: Dec 15, 2019 18:30 IST Washington D.C. [USA], Dec 15 (ANI): Children in low and middle countries (LMICs) are being prescribed an average of 25 antibiotics during their first five years of life, which is an excess and could resist their ability to fight pathogens, says a recent study. Gunther Fink, lead author of the study and head of the Household Economics and Health Systems Research Unit at Swiss TPH, said: "We knew children in
PM condoles demise of two Nepali artists (2)
THT Online KATHMANDU: Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli, today, condoled the demise of Nepal Film Development Board chairperson Keshav Bhattarai and artist Deepak Chhetri. "We lost two talented artists, Keshav Bhattarai and Deepak Chhetri, in the last two days.
NCP (NCP) standing committee meeting takes place (1)
Rastriya Samachar Samiti KATHMANDU: Ruling Nepal Communist Party (NCP) began discussions today on the political reports presented by the party's chairpersons and other topics on the second day of the party's fourth committee meeting at the party central office in Dhumrabarahi. Party Co-chair Pushpa Kamal Dahal had presented the political report in Sunday's meeting.
Deuba fails to take Paudel on board (1)
Himalayan News Service Kathmandu, December 15 The establishment faction of the Nepali Congress called a meeting of the party's central working committee today but the rival faction led by senior leader Ramchandra Paudel boycotted the meeting over non-preparation of calendar of events for the 14th National Convention of the party. The establishment faction postponed the CWC meeting till 1:00pm tomorrow
At Least 13 Killed, Dozens Injured in Bus Accident in Nepalese Mountains - Reports (1)
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