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Immigration Minister of Australia seeking 'trump like powers' to review visa ?

The Federal Opposition has accused the Immigration Minister of seeking Trump-like powers to review the visas of certain people based on their nationality, race or religion. The Government wants to introduce a process to revalidate the health, character, employment and contact information for some long-term visa holders, as part of its plan to trial a 10-year visa for Chinese nationals. If ad...


USA visa waiver program for Australians: Trump may scrap visa free entry
Source: AAP

USA visa waiver program for Australians: Trump may scrap visa free entry

Australians planning on visiting the US could be forced to undertake an in- person interview with American officials under strict new border rules US President Donald Trump is considering. The Los Angeles Times, citing a draft copy of an executive order on immigration and refugees Trump is mulling, reported the visa waiver program that allows Australians and citizens from 37 other countries a 9...


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...


Nepal Festival fever is officially on: Nepalese FM in city, meeting Julie Bishop and Bill Shorten tomorrow

Nepal Festival fever is officially on with the Himalayan nations foreign minister Prakash Sharan Mahat arriving in Sydney Wednesday evening. He was received at the Sydney International Airport by a number of Nepali Congress (Nepals oldest and largest political party) activists based in Australia. Organisers of the Festival and the acting Nepalese ambassador in Canberra were also at the airport to ...


British govt positive to discuss demands of ex-Gurkha soldiers

The British government has agreed to sit for a trilateral meeting regarding the demands of the retired Nepali Gurkha soldiers. The British government turned positive toward the proposal of Nepal government to take the issue to a logical conclusion. According to Nepali Embassy in London, the British government has requested Nepali Ambassador to UK, Durga Bahadur Subedi to facilitate the talks. ...


Chhath, festival of harmony and coexistence, begins
Source: RSS

Chhath, festival of harmony and coexistence, begins

Nine years ago my mother was critically ill. People suggested me to make a vow and observe fast during the Chhath festival wishing for her recovery. My mother recovered from the illness, indeed. Since then, I begun to fast and worship during Chhath, Laxmi Kharel, a local of Birgunj - 15 said while narrating the chain of events that led to her devotion to the festival. She further adds that the ove...


Man comes into contact after 30 years thru Facebook
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Man comes into contact after 30 years thru Facebook

Narendra Bahadur Chand, a permanent resident of Hatairaj-2, Gurkelika, who had left for India in search of work at an early age of 15 years, has come into contact with his family members through social network after a gap of 30 years. While Chand was in India seeking for a job, a foreigner tricked him by promising him a job in Dubai. Chand was abandoned in Pakistan by the foreigner. Chand sa...


Solo trekker missing for a week in Annapurna Circuit

Israeli national Amit Mosche Reichman, 42, has gone missing while trekking along the Annapurna trekking circuit. Reichman had last contacted friends and families a week ago and was reported to have been trekking along the Mardi Himal trekking route. Since then his whereabouts remain unknown. Reichman contacted his family on 17 October. Since then, he has not come in contact with anyone, said p...


Govt registering bill denying EC power to set poll dates
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Govt registering bill denying EC power to set poll dates

The government is preparing to register a new election bill in Parliament that will curtail the jurisdiction of the Election Commission proposed in a draft prepared by the commission itself. The draft prepared by the EC had proposed to give the commission the authority to set election dates. But the bill forwarded by the Ministry of Home Affairs to the Bills Committee has assigned this author...


Remittances decline as number of outbound workers fall

Remittance inflow has declined 2.5 percent in the first month of the current fiscal year 2016/17 to Rs 51.94 billion, indicating uneasy days ahead for the economy. According to a monthly report of Nepal Rastra Bank released on Thursday, the country received only Rs 51.94 billion in remittances in the first month, down from Rs 53.72 billion in the corresponding period last fiscal year. The...


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