Nepal earthquake disaster relief fund of YBAM reaches RM250,000 Wednesday, May 20th, 2015

KUALA LUMPUR: The Nepal Earthquake Disaster Relief Fund of the Young Buddhist Association of Malaysia (YBAM) has reached about RM250,000. The association in a statement today said the fund raising campaign would be concluded this Friday. The statement said YBAM also appealed to the public who..

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Ease norms for workers’ recruitment, Nepal urged Monday, March 2nd, 2015

By Usha Wagle Gautam, DOHA: Qatar has urged Nepal to ease emigration procedures to make recruitment from the Himalayan country hassle-free. The message was conveyed by Qatari authorities to a six-member official delegation from Nepal, which was here to study the conditions of its workers and their..

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Nepali youth found dead in bed in Malaysia Tuesday, February 3rd, 2015

URLABARI: A Nepali youth has been found dead in Malaysia, where he had been just three months back for work. Gopal Bohora, 31, a resident of Madhumalla, Morang was found dead in bed on January 30, according to family members. The younger brother of the deceased, Bhupal Bohora, said his brother had..

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NRNA-NCC celebrates 12 years in Qatar Monday, December 29th, 2014

By Usha Wagle Gautam, DOHA: The Nonresident Nepalese Association-National Co-ordination Council (NRNA-NCC) Qatar celebrated its 12th birthday and the NRN Football Cup closing ceremony at the Coral Hotel in Old Salata last weekend. The programme began at 9am and went on till 6pm, with more than 200..

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Nepal Chabad emissary jailed Sunday, September 28th, 2014

BY AMANDA BORSCHEL-DAN, KATHMANDU: Due to a clerical error on his visa, Chabad emissary to Nepal Rabbi Hezki Lipschitz was mistakenly jailed in Kathmandu just prior to Rosh Hashanah Lipschitz’s wife Chani, with the help of Chabad International, got the Israeli and United States Foreign..

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China’s Risky Endgame in Hong Kong Wednesday, November 13th, 2019

Although the rapid escalation of violence in Hong Kong seems terrifying enough, things may be about to get much worse. The communiqué of the recently concluded fourth..