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South Korea mulling to employ 3600 Nepalese in 2013


KATHMANDU: The South Korean government has announced plans to recruit additional 3600 Nepalese workers to assist in its agricultural and industrial zone this year. South

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Nepali Professor Dr Ratna Thapa being honored by the South Korean University for his remarkable research in apiculture. His research was instrumental in reducing mortality rates of the bee. (Photo: Meen Prakash Uprety)
South Korea honors Nepali professor for flourishing apiculture

Seoul ,South Korea. A Nepali professor has been awarded a prestigious honor by the South Korean government for his remarkable research in apiculture. Department of Agricultural Biology, National Academy of

Nepal’s Ex-Gurkha activists intiate mass last rites of 60 K Gurkhas

Syangja: Wishing eternal peace to the departed souls of some 60,000 Gurkha soldiers who were killed and made disappeared during the Britain-led wars, the funeral rites of the dead ones

Nepali immigrants work in South Korean Farms (File Photo)
Stakeholders and experts slam government’s apathy to Nepali’s plight in South Korea

KATHMANDU: Various stakeholders have voiced complaint for the government’s apathy to heed the concerns of Nepali labourers in South Korea. At an interaction programme organized here on Friday by Nepali

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Nepali cheats compatriots of 4 lakhs in Saudi

KATHMANDU: A friend of Baburam Khatri of Chipleti of Pulachaur -5 in Myagdi district and his friends who were in Saudi Arabia in connection with job has fled by cheating

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Nepalese start publishing newspaper in Portugal

KATHMANDU: The first Nepali language newspaper from Portugal ‘Nepali wave’ (fortnightly) has been published on the occasion of the Bada Dashain and Tihar festivals -2069 BS. It has been reported

Nepali-American named US 2012 Soldier of the Year

KATHMANDU: Sergeant Saral Kumar Shrestha was named “2012 Soldier of the Year” of the US Army during an award ceremony in Washington, D.C. as stated by Army News Service. Sgt.