PHILIPSBURG, St. Martin, September 12: Dominga Tejera picked her way around fallen palm trees rotting in mud as she returned home after a nine-hour work day as a hospital janitor on a Caribbean island that until recently seemed like paradise.
As Middle East summer temperatures soar above 35 degrees Celsius (95 Fahrenheit), Gazans are struggling to stay cool amid a power crisis, with less than four hours of electricity a day and little chance to run fans and air-conditioners.
POKHARA, May 16: Nothing else but the topic of election has gripped people in Pokhara at every crossroad, grounds, public area. They voted on Sunday and have not taken rest since than, anxiously waiting to know who would win and be the mayor of Pokhara- Lekhanath Metropolitan City.
JHAPA, March 6: Kushmi Chaudhari of Chandragardi, Jhapa, celebrated her 35th birthday recently. But till now she has not received the opportunity to vote for her desired candidate in the local election. There has been no local election in the country for the last 19 years. On May 14 this year, she is expecting to finally exercise this right. She shared that has been feeling excited as well as strange.
KATHMANDU, Nov 25: Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Home Affairs Bimalendra Nidhi, reiterating the willingness of the incumbent government to hold elections at all three levels, has said that the government was going to announce the dates for the elections in consensus and collaboration of all political parties soon.
Employers are attracted to job seekers who are confident about their abilities, making recruiters wary of desperate pleading and gimmicks. Desperation is a sign that you don’t care about your career and want the position for the wrong reasons. No matter how badly you need employment avoid these off-putting acts of beggary and show recruiters you’re a valuable asset to the company.
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.