Worried families want swift rescue of their kin from WuhanBy Ajita Rijal
Parents and relatives of the Nepali citizens currently staying in Wuhan, China, have again asked the government to urgently evacuate their kin and bring them home.
Menstrual shed demolition should morph into crusade against social curseBy Ajita Rijal
Chhaupadi sheds, where women and girls used to be secluded during monthly periods, are being demolished in full swing as part of a government drive in Achham district of the Sudhurpachhim State.
Blind woman feels breast to locate cancerous lumpsBy Ajita Rijal
Dr Hoffmann said that he founded his organisation, Discovering Hands, as early detection of breast cancer increases chances for survival and reduces burden of treatment. "Women doing self-examinations can feel tumors which of 2cm and larger," said Shalini Khanna, Director of National Association for the Blind (Centre for Blind Women) of India. "Doctors usually find tumors between 1cm and 2cm, whereas blind examiners find lumps between 6mm and 8mm,” said Khanna, presenting the Indian...