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Year of economic 'boom' but challenges for retaining sustainable and rapid growth
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Year of economic 'boom' but challenges for retaining sustainable and rapid growth

- Mahendra Subedi/ Kathmandu The countrys economy turned astounding in the fiscal year 2016/17, thanks to regular power supply and subsequent expansion of the industrial output, regular monitoring of the development projects, efforts for good governance, favourable climatic condition, sufficient rainfall resulting in the record high paddy production in the countrys history, among others. The p...


Australia's move to restrict migrant intake reflects broader global trend
Source: guardian

Australia's move to restrict migrant intake reflects broader global trend

The governments abolition of the primary visa for foreign workers coincides with a US plan to overhaul its temporary skilled migration program and reports New Zealand is set to control its immigration mix. The Australian prime minister, Malcolm Turnbull, has moved to restrict skilled migration into the country, announcing the abolition of the controversial 457 visa program. Despite its success ...


Australia's move to restrict migrant intake reflects broader global trend
Source: guardian

Australia's move to restrict migrant intake reflects broader global trend

The governments abolition of the primary visa for foreign workers coincides with a US plan to overhaul its temporary skilled migration program and reports New Zealand is set to control its immigration mix. The Australian prime minister, Malcolm Turnbull, has moved to restrict skilled migration into the country, announcing the abolition of the controversial 457 visa program. Despite its success ...


Australian Cyclone 'Debbie' damage could cost billions, warns Insurance Council
Source: Lucia Stein,abc.net

Australian Cyclone 'Debbie' damage could cost billions, warns Insurance Council

The Insurance Council of Australia (ICA) has declared Cyclone Debbie a catastrophe and warned that, while there is no estimate of a damage bill yet, previous cyclones have cost billions of dollars. More than 90 per cent of North Queenslanders have some kind of insurance coverage and most home and contents insurance policies cover cyclone damage, according to the ICA. The ICA will declare an...


NC President Deuba refutes his alleged influence in IGP appointment
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NC President Deuba refutes his alleged influence in IGP appointment

Nepali Congress President and former Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba has said that his attention has been drawn over the news report concerning the appointment of the chief of Nepal Police (Inspector General of Police) linking his name to promote deputy Inspector General (DIG) Jay Bahadur Chand to the post. Issuing a press statement today, leader Deuba has refuted the report about his involv...


Biomolecular scientist Professor Alan Mackay-Sim honoured as Australian of the Year.
Source: Australian Broadcasting Corporation

Biomolecular scientist Professor Alan Mackay-Sim honoured as Australian of the Year.

Biomolecular scientist Professor Alan Mackay-Sim, whose research helped restore mobility in a quadriplegic man, has been named this years Australian of the Year. Vicki Jellie (Australias Local Hero), Sister Anne Gardiner AM (Senior Australian of the Year) and Paul Vasileff (Young Australian of Year) were also honoured at a ceremony in Canberra on Wednesday night. Professor Mackay-Sim used his a...


Shares worth more than one billion traded
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Shares worth more than one billion traded

Transaction worth Rs. 1.85 billion took place in the share market this week. According to Nepal Stock Exchange Limited (NEPSE), a total of 11.3 million units of shares of 131 companies were traded. The transaction amount is 6.96 per cent higher than the previous week. Shares of 148 companies had been traded last week with a transaction of 1.73 billion rupees worth of 13.3 million units of share...


Three pedestrians killed in Melbourne CBD attack

A 10-year-old child is among three people killed by a man with drug, violence and mental health issues who deliberately mowed pedestrians down with a car in Melbournes Bourke St mall. A man and a woman in their 30s were also killed by 26-year-old Dimitrious Jimmy Gargasoulas who is now in hospital under police guard. Victoria Police say Gargasoulas had been involved in a stabbing in inner-city W...


Nepali workers seeking employment in Malaysia being cheated in name of medical checkup

In the context when reports about Nepali workers aspiring overseas employment becoming the victims of fraud on multiple fronts are common in the media, a Malaysia-based company cheating the Nepali workers entering the Malaysian labour market has come to limelight. The Malaysia-based MiGRAMS Company is unethically charging US dollars 30 equivalent to Rs 3,280 per person from a Nepali foreign jo...


Rain and sorrow accentuate memorial for dead at Brazil club

On a rainy Saturday that only accentuated the grief, 20,000 people filled a tiny stadium under umbrellas and plastic ponchos to say goodbye to members of the Chapecoense soccer club who died in a plane crash. The accident Monday in the Colombian Andes claimed most of the teams players and staff as it headed to the finals of one of Latin Americas most important club tournaments. Seventy-one of t...


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