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New visa for migrant parents to stay in Australia for up to 10 years - for $20,000
Source: sbs.news

New visa for migrant parents to stay in Australia for up to 10 years - for $20,000

As many as 15,000 people each year will be able to pay up to $20,000 to bring their parents to Australia for up to a decade, following the Turnbull Governments latest immigration shakeup, Australian SBS News reveal. The financial burden of healthcare for migrant parents will be shouldered by their children under the new visa, with sponsors legally required to pay for their private health insura...


SC's order on reinstatement of CJ Karki an interference on Parliament's jurisdiction: Government
Source: rss.np

SC's order on reinstatement of CJ Karki an interference on Parliament's jurisdiction: Government

The meeting of the leaders of the ruling parties Nepali Congress (NC) and CPN-Maoist Centre has concluded that the Supreme Court (SC)s order on reinstatement of Sushila Karki as the Chief Justice was an interference on the jurisdiction of the Legislature-Parliament. The meeting held following the SCs order on the same also assessed that the SC had breached the rights of the peoples representati...


Why should immigrants speak perfect English when Australians can't?
Source: SMH.Australia

Why should immigrants speak perfect English when Australians can't?

How does Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull expect migrants to achieve functional standards of speech when most Australians cant even pronounce the name of our own country? While it appears that Turnbull has been motivated to attract more Pauline Hanson voters with his new citizenship test requirements, he is attacking the wrong communication deficit. We have a serious communication skills pro...


Nobody can stop election: PM Dahal

Prime Minister of Nepal Pushpa Kamal Dahal Prachanda has said that no force can stop the May 14 local level elections from taking place. Addressing the district convention of Young Communist League and ANFFSU (Revolutionary), the sister organisations of his party CPN (Maoist Centre) here Thursday, he said elections were inevitable for institutionalizing the rights achieved through a long strugg...


Year of economic 'boom' but challenges for retaining sustainable and rapid growth
Source: rss,ktm

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...


'Accomplishment of civic polls nation's main responsibility' : Nepal PM Prachanda
Source: rss. np

'Accomplishment of civic polls nation's main responsibility' : Nepal PM Prachanda

Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal Prachanda has said that the first and foremost responsibility of the state now is to hold the civic polls in a successful manner. Addressing the province-3 gathering of National Federation of Indigenous Nationalities Nepal and training programme in the capital on Wednesday, Prime Minister Dahal commented that the conduction of local level elections would itself...


Interaction with former Finance Minister of Nepal Bishnu Paudel held in Melbourne
Source: NV-Melbourne

Interaction with former Finance Minister of Nepal Bishnu Paudel held in Melbourne

The interaction session with former Financial Minister and Deputy-General Secretary, Communist Party of Nepal (UML), Mr. Bishnu Prasad Paudel and Foreign Affairs expert, Dr Rajan Bhattarai held at Nepal Consulate Office of Victoria. The session was organised by the Overseas Nepalese Forum (ONF) Victoria . The principal focused on the latest political development in Nepal, the former government...


More Turtle hatchlings dying in extreme heat at Mon Repos
Source: ABC.NET

More Turtle hatchlings dying in extreme heat at Mon Repos

Piles of dead turtle hatchlings are lining Queenslands famous Mon Repos beach amid a heatwave which has pushed the sands temperature to a record 75 degrees Celsius. While the majority of hatchlings break free from their nests at night when the sand is cooler, those escaping in the day face overheating. They cant sweat, they cant pant, so theyve got no mechanism for cooling, Department of Env...


Why we need a leap second added to our clocks
Source: ABC.NET/Dr Karl Kruszelnicki

Why we need a leap second added to our clocks

Dr Karl Kruszelnicki I talked about what would happen if the Earth stopped spinning. Luckily for us, thats not going to happen. What we do know is that the rotation of the Earth is gradually slowing down. So as a result, and because our atomic clocks are so accurate, the Timekeepers have to add in an extra second every year and a half. In the past, this extra second has made parts of the in...


Election Commission gives word for election by coming May-June
Source: RSS-NP

Election Commission gives word for election by coming May-June

The Election Commission has pledged to conduct the election by coming May- June. Chief Election Commissioner Ayodhi Prasad Yadav said the EC had found a ground to start preparations for the election with the governments Thursday decision. The country has not witnessed the election of local bodies for 19 years and local bodies are functioning without the presence of peoples representatives for ...


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