Author: Himalaya Post

Health Ministry issues directive to provide free treatment to needy ones

The Ministry of Health and Population has directed the health institutions to provide cost-free health treatment to the people infected with COVID-19 who cannot afford to bear the expenses. Stating it would be against the principle of the hospital service and the code of conduct of health workers to deny access to health treatment to any patient for lack of medical expenses, the Ministry has instructed all the government, community, private and non-governmental hospitals and medical colleges to provide cost-free health treatment to those infected who can not bear the cost of treatment. The Ministry’s this directive comes in...

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Heifer and eSatya all set to bring QR coded Goats!

Pragya Gyawali When was the last time you scanned a code to purchase a product? What was the last item that you purchased? When did you last purchase meat? Did you scan it? Do you wonder where the goat or the chicken came from? Which breed it was? Where did it live and in what shed conditions? Was the goat administered with vaccines timely? What is the average weight gained by the goat? Is it a healthy goat? Do you know where the meat you buy in the nearby fresh house comes from? Would you not be interested in...

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President Bhandari not to offer tika to public this Dashain

President Bidya Devi Bhandari has decided not to offer tika to general public on Bijaya Dashami, the tenth day of Dashain, this year due to the risk of COVID-19. In a press statement issued by the Assistant Spokesperson at the Office of the President, Keshav Prasad Ghimire, it was shared that President Bhandari would not visit shrines on the eight day of the festival known as Maha Astami and on the Kojagrat Purnima as well. The tradition had it that the Head of the State visit various Hindu shrines in the Kathmandu Valley to pay homage to Goddess Durga...

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Essential of cross cultural literacy for sustainable business in international level.

Toplal Panthi Culture has no physical presence, it is not hands on and cannot be seen, touched or smelt.  Thomas (1909) would understand the argument that “culture is a phenomenon, existing only in the mind of those individuals who believe in it.”  He would equally accept that in our socially constructed world cultures guide the way we act out our social relations. One way to understand how culture works would be to recognise that groups of people who come together regularly start to organise patterns of acceptable behaviour. Globalization creates opportunities for many countries to experience economic growth. Globalization is a term...

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Four arrested with red panda hide

Four people have been arrested with red panda hide in their possession. Those held in this connection are 26-year-old Manoj BK, 41-year-old Man Bahadur Sunar and 29-year-old Padam Bahadur Sunar of Naumule Rural Municipality-2, Dailekh District, the District Police Office Surkhet said. Police Inspector at the DPO Surkhet, Gopal Rayamajhi said they were arrested on Wednesday from Bhawana Panchakoshi Hotel at Godamline, Birendranagar-6. A four-foot long red panda hide and another red panda hide measuring three feet and six inches long have been confiscated from them. An investigation has been initiated against all the four arrested persons, police...

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