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  • 166 stranded Nepalis repatriated from Oman

    A SalamAir flight repatriated 166 Nepalis from Oman on Monday, according to Tribhuvan International Airport (TIA). The Embassy of Nepal in Oman had coordinated with SalamAir to bring home the Nepali c...

  • Malaysian labour market officially reopened

    Nearly 15 months after the government halted the supply of migrant workers to the Malaysian labour market, the government has formally reopened the service and started issuing work permits to service ...

  • Malaysian delegation calls on PM Dahal

    Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal on Sunday said the government was working day and night to fulfil the aspirations of the people for development and prosperity....

  • Deported couple demand to recall Nepali envoy to Malaysia

    A Nepali family recently deported from Malaysia has demanded that the government immediately recall its Kuala Lumpur-based Ambassador Niranjan Man Singh Basnyat....

  • NRNA Malaysia seeks govt intervention

    Non-resident Nepali Association (NRNA), Malaysia has demanded that the government investigate the issue of hike in fee to obtain travel documents. Citing that Nepali workers needing to return to Nepal...

  • Nepalis threatened in Malaysia

    Himalayan News Service Damak, March 13: Rattled by recent media reports of Nepalis working in Malaysia being exploited, their employer companies have threatened these youths...

  • EDITORIAL: Inadequate testing

    With the partial lockdown to go into effect from today in a bid to contain the spread of the coronavirus, there is a last-minute scram by the people to leave the capital to reach their homes in the vi...

  • EDITORIAL: Weight of remittance

    Nepal ranks fourth in the world in terms of size of remittances inflow compared to the gross domestic product (GDP)....

  • Oli’s return to power: Time to deliver on promises

    Restoration of democracy in 1990 though ushered in a new era, due to squabbling among parties and other various reasons, the country failed to get stable governments which could rule for a full five-y...

  • EDITORIAL: Well done

    Nepal managed to upset India with a thumping victory by 19 runs in its Group A match of the ACC U-19 Youth Asia Cup that is being held in Kuala Lumpur....

  • ‘Government should issue contractor licence only to competent firms’

    Sharad Kumar Gauchan, the former president of Federation of Contractors’ Association of Nepal, was killed in the Capital last Monday. The government, however, has not...

  • Govt team off to Qatar

    A month after the diplomatic rift between Qatar and Saudi Arabia-led alliance of the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain and Egypt surfaced, the government has finally sent a team to Qatar to study the stat...

  • LETTERS: Positive signs

    It is very pleasing to know that Nepal Electricity Authority (NEA) has taken a giant step towards the path to be a middle income country from the least developed one as the hurdles caused by load-shed...

  • Nepal fails to deliver justice to wartime abuses, relief to quake victims: HRW

    Human Rights Watch observed that Nepal failed to ensure accountability for human rights abuses during the decade-long Maoist war and did not effectively disburse relief funds to the victims of devasta...

  • ‘We’ve met the obligation; now, it’s time to move on’

    Rupak D Sharma of The Himalayan Times met Simon Perkins, a British national who has been appointed as the Managing Director of Ncell by Axiata, to discuss why the tax issue became so controversial and...

  • ‘Government will not reverse the ‘free visa, free ticket’ provision’

    After a month-long protest against the police raid in some manpower firms, the Nepal Association of Foreign Employment Agencies held talks with the Ministry of Labour and Employment to sort out the di...