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Nepalese-speaking refugee attacked, kidnapped and left for dead in New York
Source: SouthAsia News

Nepalese-speaking refugee attacked, kidnapped and left for dead in New York

A routine and medically-required evening walk of a Nepalese-speaking refugee from New York nearly cost him his dear life last Sunday night. Khada Katel had apparently gone for an after-dinner walk as he regularly did to control his diabetes when two to three young men attacked him from behind. He was hit on the head, stabbed in the stomach and then put in a car in a semi-conscious state. Th...


“Walk for Welfare” program for a trust fund for Nepalese students in Australia
Source: Himalayan Kangaroo

“Walk for Welfare” program for a trust fund for Nepalese students in Australia

To raise funds for a trust fund for students studying in Australia, a Walk for Welfare program is going to be hosted in major cities of Australia. The event is going to be organized by NRN Australia and will be organized in Sydney, Melbourne, Perth, Brisbane, and Adelaide. Sydney: 19th March Brisbane: 2nd April Perth: 9th April Melbourne: 17th April Adelaide: 7th May ...


Rupchandra Devkota reported missing to NT Police, not NSW Police Force
Source: SouthAsia News

Rupchandra Devkota reported missing to NT Police, not NSW Police Force

Police in Australia have said a Nepalese man who has reportedly been out of contact with his family for the last 11 years is registered as a missing person to Northern Territory Police. This is in contrast to numerous social media posts and media reports that appear to suggest that he went missing from Sydney. The media department of New South Wales Police told southasia.com.au that Mr Devko...


‘Reconstruction work stalled due to government inefficiency’: President Ghale

NRN President and the representative/leader of NRNs reconstruction work Shesh Ghale has said that reconstruction work is not moving forward due to government inefficiency and snail paced work. Upon reaching Laprak and seeing the plight of the victims after 10 months of the occurrence of the earthquake he is exasperated. Even when we wish to take matters in our hands and do the reco...


'Nepal a paradise but government is neglecting reconstruction work' : Senator Sam

It has been 10 months since the great earthquake of Nepal occurred and above a month since the reconstruction committee established, yet lives of victims are far from seeing a change. A lot of reconstruction work had been stalled as it took almost 9 months for the government to establish a reconstruction committee. In a recent visit by a committee including MPs of Australian Labour Party it ha...


Victory at last: deported Nepalese family prepares to return to Denmark
Source: Southasia News

Victory at last: deported Nepalese family prepares to return to Denmark

A young Nepalese family of three that became the subject of national debate in Denmark last January following their forced eviction from the country is due to fly back to the Nordic nation this Friday. They have been awarded establishment card which guarantees two-year residence, with full right to work or even start a business. And Denmarks national media outlets cannot wait for their arrival ...


Australian MP's alongwith NRN Task Force members to visit Nepal for an on site assessment
Source: MNTV News

Australian MP's alongwith NRN Task Force members to visit Nepal for an on site assessment

To see the possibilities of helping Nepal post the great earthquake of April and May Australian Labor Partys MPs will be visiting Nepal for 3 days from Saturday. His companion accompanying him is previous NRN President Goba Katwal. The visiting committee consists of Senator Sam Dustyari, Labor Partys Aicha Culsom Amzad, and Labor Partys International Relation Society Member Harish Bhelaji. Also, N...


Narinikunja Australia to launch 'Dollar of the Month' project
Source: South Asia News

Narinikunja Australia to launch 'Dollar of the Month' project

A group of Australian Nepalese women committed to helping the less fortunate of their sisters back in Nepal will use this years International Womens Day to launch an undeniable and unique fund-raising programme. To be called Dollar of the Month, it is a project no kind hearts shall decline. All they are asking for is one dollar from the three thousand dollars that you take home every month. Now...


Nepal to participate in ‘Pako Festival’, Geelong, all should join to reflect our culture
Source: Himalayan Kangaroo

Nepal to participate in ‘Pako Festival’, Geelong, all should join to reflect our culture

The Nepalese community, this year again is taking part in Pako festival with an aim to promote Nepal in the international platform. They have requested all Nepalese living in Australia to take part in the event and promote Nepal, which will be hosted at Parkington Street, Geelong West on 27th February. Nepalese communitys order number is 12 this year. Thousands of people attend the festival and...


NAV Excellence Awards nominees being called out for from Victoria’s Nepalese community

Nepalese Association of Victoria (NAV) is calling for nominations from Victorias Nepalese communities for its biannual NAV Excellence Awards in the following five categories. The award criterias are given against each category for consideration by the nominee. Award nomination criteria and the nomination application form are available online on www.nav.org.au/award2016 Please contact NAV Awa...


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