Even before the coronavirus arrived to turn life upside down and trigger a global infodemic, social media platforms were under growing pressure to curb the spread of misinformation.
Associates of former Nepal king Gyanendra Shah have today handed over a cheque of NRs 20 million to the secretary of the Office of the Prime Minister and Council of Ministers.
In a fast-changing world, we must learn and adapt to the changes taking place around us so that we can survive and sustain in the face of the unknown. This is somewhat like the popular phrase, “survival of the fittest,” derived from the Darwin’s theory of evolution that describes the mechanism of natural selection. According to the theory, the survival and continuity of life are determined by its capabilities to compete, adapt, and grow. Life itself is a process of continuous learning. It is therefore important for humankind to constantly expand knowledge and skillsets in response to the ever-changing world.
A “Nepalese citizen” is trying to smuggle dozens of COVID-19 positive patients across the international border to infect Indian people with coronavirus, a private television channel in India has claimed.
Headlines promise Australia’s on the ‘cusp’ of defeating coronavirus. We’re not and it’s too soon to relax restrictions
By Hassan Vally, Associate Professor La Trobe University 11 April 2020 You might have seen headlines in the last day or so suggesting Australia is on the “cusp” of defeating…
10 April 2020 I By Ram Khatry I Hundreds of thousands of international students who felt neglected by Prime Minister Scott Morrison’s recent statement must know that there is at…
Hundreds of Nepalese international students are contacting Non-Resident Nepali Association (NRNA) Australia seeking assistance as many say goodbye to their jobs amid the ongoing COVID-19 social-distancing guidelines.
Ilan Noy Te Herenga Waka — Victoria University of Wellington 6 April 2020 I Governments across the world have rolled out extensive financial packages to support individuals, businesses and large…
Some 100 Australians and permanent residents of Nepalese origin are today spending their first night in a Brisbane hotel as they begin their 14 day Federal government-supervised coronavirus quarantine.
Australian undergraduate student nurses and those health workers here on visas from overseas are being encouraged to work as nursing assistants during this COVID-19 pandemic.
The Morrison government will provide a flat $1,500 a fortnight JobKeeper payment per employee for businesses to retain or rehire nearly six million workers, in a massive $130 billion six-month wage subsidy scheme to limit the economic devastation caused by the coronavirus.
Australia, as well as rest of the world, is currently going through an unprecedented crisis the effect of which will certainly be felt for a long, long time to come. As coronavirus continues to disrupt the Australian way of life, no one has remained untouched by the crippling pandemic.
The Federal government has come up with much tougher quarantine rules amid concerns not all international arrivals may have been following the mandatory 14 day self-isolation requirement.
An Ausssie mum says her 18-year-old son and his classmate are devastated to leave Nepal following Federal Government’s advice to return home amid the unfolding coronavirus crisis but not without a promise that he would be back before long in order to repay Nepalese people’s kindness and friendliness.
by Nathalie Collins, Edith Cowan University 23 March 2020 Depending on your culture, you are probably used to greeting someone with a handshake, hug or nose bump. Well, not any…
13 March 2020 I Nepalese embassy in Canberra says it’s been inundated with calls from Australian travel agencies following the Government of Nepal’s stern, preventative measure to stop issuing “on-arrival…
‘Fever clinics’ are opening in Australia for people who think they’re infected with the coronavirus. Why?
The Western Australian health minister has announced “fever clinics” are to open this week for people who think they have coronavirus symptoms
Tasmanian health officials are not happy with the behaviour of a young Nepalese student who they claim went about his daily business despite their advice to self-isolate until his coronavirus test results were obtained.