Ashim Neupane

Nepal’s 1.4 million elderly people wait for the second dose of vaccines, but to no avail

Kathmandu: In Chandagiri Municipality, a Maharjan couple in their early 70s got the first jab

Failure to secure vaccines reflects poorly on Nepal’s diplomacy

Kathmandu: The government and political leaders in Nepal have time and again promised import of

Dr Pragya Singh Basnet: Seeing dead bodies wrapped in plastic bags was heartbreaking

Kathmandu: Dr Pragya Singh Basnet was appointed as Director of the Rapti Academy of Health

Manipulation of stock market is a reality in Nepal. But ‘populist’ statement of regulator cannot be an answer to it

Kathmandu: Nepal’s stock market often courts controversies due to the speculation of market manipulation including

Dr Anup Bastola: The biggest achievement I can get is a “Thank you” from a patient

Kathmandu: Shortly after I started a conversation with Dr Anup Bastola, a consultant of tropical

Positive cases on a decline: Does it suggest flattening of deadly second wave curve?

Kathmandu: Although official figures show Covid-19 cases decreasing for the past few days, experts have

Populism and profligacy: Caretaker govt unveils budget to woo voters, disregards economic catastrophe inflicted by Covid

Desperate for another term in power, KP Oli-led government tried to woo voters by bringing

Cyclone Yass’ impact felt on Everest, climbers forced to descend

Kathmandu:  The adverse weather condition created by tropical cyclone Yass has forced mountaineers en route

From baseless remedies to lies: How KP Oli botched the pandemic response?

Kathmandu: Last June, when Nepal was reeling under the first wave of the pandemic, former

Lies again: Two days after lying to the CNN about Nepal’s Covid status, PM Oli made another false claim in the federal parliament

The day when Nepal recorded the highest single-day Covid-19 deaths, and thousands of infected were

Lies, lies: The situation is not under control as claimed by PM Oli with CNN

Kathmandu: At a time when hospitals are out of beds and Covid-19 patients are gasping

Nepal’s Covid-19 crisis: Ground reality belies government’s claim of sufficient beds for patients

Kathmandu: Covid-19 patients across the country are struggling to get hospital beds, oxygen, and ventilator support,

Covid-19 spreads at Mount Dhaulagiri base camp after Everest; authorities attempt to cover up the outbreak

Kathmandu: Covid-19 cases have been reported in Nepal’s mountains disturbing the annual climbing season as

Is Nepal’s health system on the verge of collapse?

On Friday, the Health Ministry issued a statement saying hospitals are unable to manage beds