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Saudi Govt change in Nepal puts off hiring of house helps Wednesday, November 25th, 2015

KATHMANDU: Saudi Govt efforts to reach an agreement with Nepal to recruit house helps has hit a snag following a major government change in Kathmandu. “Negotiations to reach a recruitment accord have halted and will not resume until the formation of a new government,” said an official at the..

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US Grant TPS to Nepalese Wednesday, June 24th, 2015

Purushottam Dhakal, Los Angeles, California: The US Department of Homeland Security is granting Temporary Protected Status (TPS) to the Nepalese national effective tomorrow, Authorities said. Due to the The devastating earthquake in Nepal in April, US Govt announced its decision to designate Nepal..

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Nepali woman Samira Siwakoti killed in Texas Thursday, June 11th, 2015

TEXAS: A Nepali American woman Samira Siwakoti from Denton, Texas was killed during a robbery at a convenience store in The Colony on Wednesday morning. Samira Siwakoti, 31, was working at the Rapido Convenience Store at 4720 Main St., Texas where a man came in to purchase a drink, The Colony..

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US Congress Reviews Lessons Learned From Nepal Earthquake Thursday, May 21st, 2015

Cindy Saine, CAPITOL HILL, (VOA): U.S. Congressmen are looking at Nepal's recovery needs after the earthquake that claimed some 8,600 lives last month. Members of a foreign affairs subcommittee had high praise Wednesday for the U.S. government’s rapid response, but also looked at the challenges..

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NYC Nepali community pushing for earthquake aid

By Yamiche Alcindor, NEW YORK: As massive earthquakes and aftershocks continue to devastate Nepal, hearts are breaking in this New York City borough where many of the state's 6,800 Nepali immigrants have settled over the years. In the weeks since the first and strongest earthquake struck, Queens..

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On October 2, it will be a year since the brutal murder in Istanbul of the Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi. In June this year, a United Nations report concluded that..

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