UAE, August 16: Muna Dangi was at the Dubai Airport on Sunday evening. She was going to leave for Kuwait. She arrived in Dubai on August 6, 2017. She was kept at a room in the house of one local by the human trafficker for seven days. Fortunately, she met one Nepali sister Dipika Bhandari while she was waiting for the airplane before leaving for Kuwait.
UNITED ARAB EMIRATES, Jan 16: Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal has said that the government will leave no stone unturned to punish unscrupulous manpower agencies that have left many Nepali youths in a lurch in foreign lands.
UAE, Sept 24: Human traffickers, police officers at Tribhuvan International Airport, and immigration staffers have been found working hand in glove to dupe outbound migrant workers. This fact came to light after 10 Nepalis who are stranded in Dubai filed an application seeking early rescue at the Nepali Embassy in Dubai and at the Nepali Society, UAE.
ABU DHABI (UAE), July 3: As many as five Nepali migrant workers on average have been dying every month over the last three years in the UAE, according to the figures maintained by Embassy of Nepal at Abu Dhabi.
UAE, June 18: A Nepali citizen, who had come here in search of a job has died from heart attack on Saturday. The deceased is identified as Bishal Mechey of Dhaijhan-3, Jhapa. Mechey, who arrived in UAE on a visit visa on June 3, died on the way to hospital, according to his brother Amit Mechey.