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Oz-based Nepalese artistes launch first completely Australian album, “Udaan”
Source: SouthAsia News

Oz-based Nepalese artistes launch first completely Australian album, “Udaan”

A group of Sydney-based Nepalese singers and lyricists have produced the first completely homegrown Australian Nepalese album following two years of hard work and dedication. Unlike previous productions, all singers and lyricists of Udaan, which means flight in the Nepali language, are from Australia making it truly an Australian undertaking. The album has seven songs the videos for which are a...


Election Campaign Dinner for Mr. Parsuram Sharma-Luital lauched

An election campaign launch dinner and fundraiser was held on Friday, 2 September 2016 at Coburg Town Hall, Melbourne. The event was organized to introduce Mr. Parsuram Sharma-Luitals candidacy for Moreland City Council Election. Mr. Luitel, a Bhutanese migrant has devoted more than a decade to support the newly arrived communities in Melbourne and looks forward to address and advocate the loca...


Gone are the days of “Nepalese embassy” in Canberra, welcome “Nepali embassy”

Whats in a word? For Nepals Ministry of Foreign Affairs, one word has become a matter of national identity and the newly sworn-in foreign minister wants the vocabulary corrected. The ministry has reportedly instructed its embassies and consulates across the world to refer to their respective good offices as Nepali not Nepalese. Historically, the words Nepalese and Nepali have been used intercha...


Rebuilding Nepal Charity Concert
Source: Aditi Subba

Rebuilding Nepal Charity Concert

In order to assist to raise funds to rebuild village all over Nepal that were destroyed by the 2015 earthquake, a charity concert was held by the mastermind quartet Trio Bresciani in Methodist Ladies College (MLC), Melbourne on Saturday, 27 August 2016. The four world class musicians performed outstanding classical pieces to entertain the audience. Their performance involved the stories of thos...


Thieves leave 3 crocodiles inside Northern Territory school

Australian police are searching for four men who left three malnourished saltwater crocodiles in a school, after breaking in to steal computer equipment. Northern Territory Police said the men entered the Taminmin College in Humpty Doo, 40km (25 miles) south of Darwin, early on Sunday after pushing the crocodiles through a broken window. CCTV footage released by police showed the men stealin...


Vietnam allows Australia's Long Tan war ceremony

Vietnam has granted Australians restricted access to a battle site in order to mark the 50th anniversary of a bloody incident in the Vietnam War. More than 1,000 Australian veterans and their families travelled to Vietnam to commemorate the battle of Long Tan. A commemoration ceremony, gala dinner and concert remain cancelled. Eighteen Australian soldiers and hundreds of North Vietnamese ...


Chiranjebi Devkota appointed Tourism Ambassador for Victoria
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Chiranjebi Devkota appointed Tourism Ambassador for Victoria

Nepal Tourism Board has appointed Mr. Chiranjebi Devkota as Honorary Public Relations Representative (HPRR) of Nepal Tourism Board for Victoria, Australia. During his tenure, he will be actively involved in the promotion of Nepal as a top holiday destination in Australia. His appointment continues from 21 July, 2016 to 20 July, 2018. Mr. Devkota will work in close coordination with Media, Tour ...


Victoria Consulate Office welcomes folk singer Pashupati Sharma

Nepalese folk singer, Pashupati Sharma paid a courteous visit at the office Hon. Consul General of Nepal to Victoria on Wednesday, 10 August 2016. Mr. Sharma has come to Melbourne to perform a Live Dohari show TEEJ DHAMAKA 2016, which was held on the 7th August at Estonia House, organised by ONF Victoria, on the ocassion of upcoming festival Teej, celebrated by Hindu Women. Prior to his arriv...


Nepal Police nabs man who promised “100% Job Guarantee” on Australian cruise ships

The Central Investigation Bureau (CIB) of Nepal Police has arrested a man who had amassed nearly $100,000 from ten different victims promising jobs on cruise ships in Australia. Rajan Gurung was already convicted of the crime in January 2016 but had since been absconding, CIB said today. Gurung and his friends used Intel Hub Education Foundation to run their bogus advertisements on hamrobazar.c...


Giant sinkhole swallows Ipswich, Queensland's backyard

A sinkhole has opened up in the backyard of an Ipswich home, the second property disaster for an elderly couple who lost everything in the 2011 floods. The Basin Pocket couple woke on Tuesday morning to find a large hole in their backyard and called Queensland Urban Utilities, believing it may have been caused by underground water or sewer pipes. Queensland Urban Utilities spokesperson Miche...


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