Stories By 'Tsering D Gurung'
Those involved in offshore investment include politicians to high-flying businessman—some of whom are non-resident Nepalis—to doctors and hoteliers, as well as at least half a dozen individuals whose names were previously unheard of in the public sphere.
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More than 50 Nepalis have invested in offshore companies, exploiting secretive tax regimes and breaking the country’s law that bars investment in foreign countries, an investigation by the Centre for Investigative Journalism has found.
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The question surrounding the legality of ride-hailing apps such as Tootle and Pathao that provide bike-taxi services have long been a subject of controversy.
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The Department of Immigration has initiated an internal investigation into Michael Kobold, the German watchmaker who was found to have flouted Nepali immigration laws, Director General Eshor Raj Poudel told the Post.
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Michael Kobold held two German passports and used them to apply for the same type of visa for Nepal, immigration records show
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From the very beginning, the three girls, who were told they would be paid a monthly salary starting at Rs 6,000 and up to Rs 10,000, had to repeatedly pester Kobold’s staff for their pay.
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