Author: Anish Pokhrel

I am Blogger, Writer, Freelance Journalist owning KING YT News. And currently also active in Times Of Trend.

Amazon sellers who had hoped for an easier Prime Day after 2020′s pandemic-driven chaos aren’t likely to catch a break this year. The company’s two-day discount bonanza kicks off on Monday. It’s coming as the retail industry is grappling with widespread supply chain issues that are making it more challenging to stock stores and distribution centers and keep up with consumer demand. Several cascading issues are hitting businesses at once. The global supply chain is still feeling the ripple effects of the Covid-19 pandemic, which forced many factories to shut down temporarily amid worsening outbreaks of the virus. Supply chains have been…

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Kathmandu: Another new variant of Covid-19 (Coronavirus) has been confirmed in Nepal. The Ministry of Health and Population has issued a press release stating that new variants of the Coronavirus have been discovered in Nepal. The samples collected from all over the country were selected in the National Public Health Laboratory from 26 April to 20 June and sent to the IGIB in New Delhi, India on June 10 for sequencing with the help and coordination of 48 offices of the World Health Organization in Nepal and Southeast Asia Regional Office. While genetically identifying the samples, the Delta variant (B1.617.2) was…

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The Snyder Cut: In a sharp turn of events, Zack Snyder’s Justice League is now available to purchase on 4K UHD Blu-ray in the US. It will cost $29.99 from Amazon, shipping as soon as possible. But, there may also be some shipping costs to take into account, here’s the catch. The only version that will work in the US, is the 4K UHD copy. This is because this stock is actually coming from the UK, and only 4K Blu-ray discs are region-free. If you want to buy the standard Blu-ray, you’ll need a player that supports Region B Blu-ray discs.…

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Kathmandu: Milkha Singh an Indian sprinter has passed away. Singh, nicknamed ‘Flying Sikh’, had been fighting against Covid-19 for a month. He died last night at the age of 91 in Chandigarh, according to The Hindu. He was admitted to the hospital on June 3 after contracting the Covid infection. He was discharged only on Tuesday after Covid came negative. He was admitted to the hospital with recurrent fever and a low oxygen level. Died during treatment. According to the news, his wife died due to Covid-19 only last year.

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A meeting of the Corona Management Steering Committee has decided to hold a ‘smart lockdown’ from the second week of Ashadh. A meeting of the committee held on Wednesday decided to reduce the risk of corona infection and move towards ‘smart lockdown’ including production and supply of essential commodities. Smart lockdown is being done by discussing the options such as pushing / shoving on vehicles, government office leaves two days a year, opening only certain areas. Balananda Sharma, executive director of the board of directors, told Setopati that further decision will be reached after studying the condition of corona infection…

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Nepal on Saturday reported 2,382 new Covid-19 cases in the last 24 hours taking the nationwide infection tally to 606,778. Similarly, 1,002 people tested positive in a total of 5,988 antigen tests, according to the Health Ministry. As of Friday, 3,207,208 PCR and 102,940 antigen tests have been carried out across the country. A total of 8,506 PCR tests were performed in the past 24 hours, according to the Health Ministry. In its regular situation report, the ministry did not mention the death toll over the past 24 hours. It, however, reported 61 Covid-19-related fatalities, which included the number of deaths managed…

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Mumbai: Mumbai received heavy rainfall in the 24 hours till 8 am this morning, although no major waterlogging was reported and local trains, as well as city buses, largely ran as per their normal schedule, officials said. Mumbai had got some respite from rains on Friday morning after a downpour on two previous days brought the city to a halt. However, after a brief break, the city continued to get heavy rains throughout the day. A Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) official said that the island city recorded an average rainfall of 79.66 mm, while the western and eastern suburbs received 92.68…

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Kathmandu: India has intensified the construction of the road to Mansarovar, a religious site in Tibet, instead of stopping it by taking control of Lipulek, Kalapani, and Limpiyadhura in Nepal. On Friday, 13 months after the inauguration of the ‘single lane’ road to Mansarovar via New Delhi via video conference, Indian Defense Minister Rajnath Singh made further progress. Nepal has been disagreeing with India’s construction of roads on Nepali soil. Despite talks between the Foreign Secretary and the Foreign Minister last year on the border dispute, India has not stopped construction. On Friday, Singh lauded the Border Roads Organization (BRO) for constructing…

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B.1.1.28.2 variant of COVID-19 :Pune  National Institute of Virology (NIV) has found a new COVID-19 variant — B.1.1.28.2 — through genome sequencing of samples from international travelers from the United Kingdom and Brazil. Researchers at NIV assessed the pathogenicity (potential ability to cause disease) of the variant in Syrian hamsters and compared it with the B.1 variant, News18 reported. The new variant was found to induce body weight loss, cause viral replication in the respiratory tract, lung lesions, and severe lung pathology in infected Syrian hamsters in comparison to the D614G variant (B.1). However, a two-dose Covaxin regimen has been shown to…

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Kathmandu: Minister for Education, Science, and Technology Krishna Gopal Shrestha has directed to confiscate the textbooks sold by printing old maps of the country and take action against those involved in it. Minister Shrestha has given such instructions after the information that some private publishers have changed the old book’s cover and sold the book by printing the old map of Nepal by mentioning the new version. At the 88th virtual meeting of the Council for Curriculum Development and Evaluation held on Wednesday, Minister Shrestha directed the Curriculum Development Center to bring the publishers and vendors under the purview of law and…

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