ROHIT RAIDHARAN, June 1: With a head full of dreams and a heart full of hopes for a better future for herself and her family, Sita Khadka Tamang, 40, of Dharan-17 left home for Kuwait last year. But all her dreams were shattered as, instead of Kuwait, she was taken to Iraq where she had to struggle for her survival.She recalls those eleven months in Iraq as a nightmare. After going through all the trouble, she finally returned home on Wednesday from Iraq via New Delhi. She heaved a sigh of relief and said, "It was a near-death experience for me. I had lost the hope of returning home alive."
BAITADI, Jan 20: In recent days, the hilly districts of the Far Western Region have emerged as major markets for the expired goods and products. Especially, the products used during festivals like New Year, Gaura among others are sold to markets of Baitadi and other hilly districts after getting expired.
BAJHANG, Oct 13: Besides the increase in crime rate, illegal buying and selling of wild animals and birds including the national bird of the country 'danphe' has become rampant in Chainpur, the district headquarters of Bajhang.
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.
KATHMANDU, August 9: A parliamentary investigation has revealed that Nepali women are “being sold like goats” in Gulf countries after being taken to the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and Kuwait through illegal channels.
BHAKTAPUR, Aug 12: Superintendent of Police (SP) at the Metropolitan Police Circle Bhaktapur, Kiran Bajracharya, has stated that many Nepali ladies were being sold out abroad in the name of foreign employment.