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Seventeen Indian and Nepali Nationals arrested for overstay in Walking

Pattaya – Pol. Lt. Gen. Somphong Chingduang, Deputy Director of Immigration Bureau, along with other immigration officials in Bangkok announced that based on a tip seventeen Indian and Nepali Nationals were arrested in the Pattaya area yesterday. The seventeen people in question, who were not named individually, were all found in and around the Walking […]Read More


Nepali Maids Abused as Sex Slaves by Saudi Diplomat in

Indian police are investigating allegations that a Saudi diplomat held two Nepali women hostage in his residence, and raped them for several months before they were rescued by after a police tip-off from an NGO. The two women, a 44 year old mother and her 20 year old daughter, were apparently hired by the Saudi […]Read More


Nepalese Embassy opens accounts to accept donations from Thais

BANGKOK, 27 April 2015 (NNT) – The Embassy of Nepal in Bangkok is welcoming monetary donations from Thai people through two bank accounts while affirming the search for the injured and the missing is ongoing in the quake-ravaged country. HE Mr Khaga Nath Adhikari, Nepalese Ambassador to Thailand, has given an interview in regard to […]Read More


For Nepali Migrant Workers, the 2022 Fifa World Cup in

Several thousand migrant workers from India and Nepal have died in Qatar since the country was controversially awarded the 2022 FIFA World Cup. Last year in Qatar, a migrant worker from Nepal died every two days. More than a third of those who died fell victim to alleged heart attacks, but Qatar is withholding many […]Read More


Nepali fraud gang nabbed in Bangkok

Bangkok, 24 June 2013, (NNT) — Tourism Police have arrested a Nepali running an unauthorized employment agency in Bangkok. Police said the arrest of the suspect Mr.Bibek Bantawa, whose real name is Mr.Kishor Rai, was made after several complaints surfaced, causing the criminal court to issue an arrest warrant. 15 passbooks, 23 ATM cards were […]Read More


NEPAL: Insecurity fears mount

NEPALGUNJ/ KATHMANDU, 2 March 2012 (IRIN) – Political infighting, a stalled drafting of the country’s constitution and armed violence nationwide have increased insecurity in Nepal, culminating this past week in a bombing in Kathmandu which killed three and injured about 10. “These are purely criminal groups using ethnic politics as a cover to spread violence […]Read More


Bt15 million in pirated goods seized in Pattaya

CHON BURI, March 1 – Police in Thailand seized pirated goods in the seaside resort town of Pattaya, worth some Bt15 million, according to the Department of Special Investigation (DSI). Five persons looking after the merchandise were detained, among them a Nepali woman. Authorities are questioning the detainees in order to locate the forgery ring. […]Read More