Nepal’s global COVID-19 death toll hits 579 and COVID-19 tcase ally stands at 90,767

KATHMANDU, Aug 23: As many as 192 Nepali nationals have succumbed to COVID-19 in 16 various countries so far, according to the Non-Resident Nepali Association (NRNA).

KATHMANDU, June 14: None of the Nepali nationals living in various foreign countries died due to COVID-19 last week.

SEOUL, April 23: A province government of South Korea has decided to provide relief that it had been giving to its citizens to the foreign nationals as well after they started feeling the pang of the coronavirus pandemic in their daily living.

Suffering in Europe

April 23, 2020 13:24 pm

Europe has been the most affected continent by the COVID-19 pandemic. The death rate is rising every day. Daily life, business, tourism, and many other sectors have been affected by alarmingly. A large number of Nepalis work and live in Europe. They work in hotels, restaurants, and other tourism sectors here. Many European countries generate most of their income from tourism.

KATHMANDU, April 20: Non-Resident Nepali Association (NRNA), an association of non-resident Nepalis across the globe, will initiate in repatriating Nepalis stranded in foreign countries due to global lockdown, it has been said.

KATHMANDU, Feb 8: The government has said that it will start evacuating Nepali nationals from Wuhan – the epicenter of the outbreak of coronavirus—in China only after developing necessary quarantine facilities in Nepal.

KATHMANDU, Feb 6: The government has said that it is sensitive to the health condition of Nepali living in Wuhan of China, where the novel coronavirus has taken epidemic proportions.

KATHMANDU, Sept 15: The government’s push for the Citizenship Bill requiring foreign women marrying Nepali nationals to wait for seven years to acquire citizenship hit a major roadblock on Saturday when the opposition parties objected to the threshold provision for naturalization of foreign brides.

KATHMANDU, May 20: Fifteen Nepali nationals who were trafficked to war-torn Libya were rescued on Sunday, the Nepali Embassy in Egypt said.

KATHMANDU, Jan 17: Business tycoon Ajeya Raj Sumargi has been found making investment in a company in Cyprus in violation of Nepali laws that bar Nepali nationals from making investment abroad, according to the revelation of a year-long investigation by the Centre for Investigative Journalism (CIJ) and the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ). The Act Restricting Investment Abroad, 1964, prohibits any Nepali from making investment abroad.