The world has witnessed general elections in two major countries New Zealand and USA, recently. both the elections were fought on some common issues in center, namely- performance of current government in handling COVID-19 pandemic coupled with socio-economic factors racism, immigration and economic growth. the result of both the elections signifies the larger picture of post COVID-19 era.
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With growing cases of Covid-19 in Nepal, 12 districts in the country have entered the phase of community transmission, the Ministry of Health and Population said on Tuesday.
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Mr. Trong, who emerged on top in a power struggle at the last congress in 2016 and has spearheaded a “blazing furnace” crackdown on corruption in the last five years, was granted an exception to party rules which say people over the age of 65 should retire.
India and Nepal have been bickering for months over the border between the two countries, with the South-Asian neighbour even promulgating a constitutional amendment claiming Lipulekh, Kalapani and Limpiyadhura as part of its territories.
If efforts are not made to mitigate and overcome interruptions in health services and supplies during the COVID-19 pandemic, a six-month distruption of antiretroviral therapy could lead to more than 500 000 extra deaths from AIDS related illness, including from tuberculosis.
The consequences of global pandemic COVID-19 have traumatized the whole world. In this scenario, we are entrusted to take all the possible measures to protect the world from another such pandemic occurring.
There is no one in Syria quite like Ahmed al-Awda, a former rebel commander now on the payroll of Bashar al-Assad’s Russian allies.
The Middle East is certain to face the continued movement of large numbers of people, first to the region′s calmer areas, yet, in many cases, beyond – primarily to Europe.
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