DANG, April 27: Five people including two foreigners were arrested from Ghorahi on Wednesday on the charge of illegally promoting Christianity. American citizen Cinquanta Oleana May, Indian citizen Gaurav Shrivastav and Nepali citizens Dilli Ram Paudel, Kunsang Tamang and Pramod Kafle were arrested by the police along with promotional materials such as a carton full of bibles.
POKHARA, March 27: The government has deported 164 foreigners from the country during the past 11 months of 2075 BS. The foreigners were facing charges of involvement in various crimes and were deported between mid-April 2018 and mid-March by the Department of Immigration after they completed their punishments.
KANCHANPUR, Oct 30: Locals along with Germany volunteers have joined their hands for the construction of a building of Siddha Bhim Primary School at Shuklaphanta municipality-11, Kaluwapur in Kanchanpur.
KATHMANDU, JULY 24: The classroom was packed with foreign students; teachers were lined up in the front to deliver lectures at the orientation class for the Nepali language course on Wednesday at the Campus of International Languages, Exhibition Road.
New directive formulated by the Ministry of Home Affairs mandates central and district level cross-agency committees to keep a close watch on foreign nationals and take them under control if they are found involved in suspicious or illegal activities
KATHMANDU, Feb 11: Five foreigners have been found to be working as senior management officials in five-star Tiger Palace Resort being developed in Nepal with foreign investment without taking work permit.
KATHMANDU, March 30: The Special Court has convicted 20 employees of Nepal Electricity Authority (NEA), including two former managing directors Rameshwar Yadav and Jivendra Jha, in the substandard transfer procurement case.
POKHARA, Feb 4: Pilot Micheal Peter Plamchapd of United Kingdom had an accident while paragliding in Pokara recently. The very next day of the accident he succumbed to injuries. Later, it was revealed that he had not even taken permit for paragliding.
Bhaktapur, Sept 11: President of Nepal Majdoor Kisan Party Narayan Man Bijukchhe has said that there was increasing danger that the country could fall into the hands of foreigners as a result of the political self-interests of the big political parties.
KATHMANDU, Sept 3: Members of Parliament (MP) have demanded that any foreign national who tortures a Nepali citizen abroad should be brought within the ambit of the anti-torture bill which is now under discussion in Parliament.