Qatar to adopt one-door system

One of the largest destinations for Nepali migrant workers, Qatar, has begun preparations to put in place a ‘one-door mechanism’ for hiring workers from eight countries, including Nepal. Such a mechanism will be implemented in the next six months, according to Qatar’s Ambassador to Nepal Yousuf Bin Mohammed Al-Hail. The […]

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BIMSTEC summit in Kathmandu in Aug or Sept

The legislature has chosen that the fourth summit of the Bay of Bengal Initiative for Multi-Sectoral Technical and Economic Cooperation will be sorted out in Kathmandu. A gathering of the Cabinet hung on Sunday at Singha Durbar chose to propose August 30-31 or September 6-7 for the summit to part […]

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Japan to provide Rs 683.2 million in grant

Japanese Government has consented to give around Rs 683.2 million (Japanese Yen 700 million) in allow to Nepal. The concede help is under ‘the Japan’s Grant Aid for the Economic and Social Development Program’. A consent to this impact has been marked and traded between Masashi Ogawa, Ambassador of Japan […]

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UK parliamentarians meet Speaker Mahara

A meeting appointment of British officials has paid politeness approach Speaker Krishna Bahadur Mahara today. The designation was driven by Nigel Evans, MP and an individual from the British Group of Inter-parliamentary Union (BGIPU). Amid the gathering, Speaker Mahara said that Nepal-Britain connection was at a political level as well […]

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