Nepal invites Malaysia to discuss labour issue

Labour Ministry sends letter to Malaysian Minister M Kulasegaran to explore ways to take workers in a hassle-free manner The government has formally invited a Malaysiangovernment representative to discuss the crisis resulting from Nepal’s halting worker departures for Malaysia. The Ministry of Labour, Employment and Social Security has sent a letter inviting Malaysian Minister of Human Resources M Kulasegaranto explore ways out of the logjam. According to a Labour Ministry official, the invite was sent to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs a few days ago. “The Foreign Ministry will forward the letter to the Malaysian government,” the official said. Departures of Nepali workers have been halted for over two months after the Nepal government closed down various agencies that fleeced them in the
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The Pliament Hearing Committee secretariat on Sunday forwarded a letter to the council led by the prime minister informing him about Friday’s decision of the PHC to reject Joshee. Since the CC already has two more names–Justices Om Prakash Mishra and Cholendra Shumsher Rana–recommended by the council, it would send one of them to the PHC. On March 27, the council forwarded the three names including Joshee’s to
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NCP (NCP) co-chair and former Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal has said that the main opposition party Nepali Congress are having a hard time tolerating the recent leftist unification. Leader Dahal remarked that the opposition’s protest won’t deter the government after laying foundation stones of two separate infrastructure projects in Bara district on Sunday. Dahal
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