Stories Tagged 'Australia'
Following the deregistration of an Australia-based technical institution, which has pushed the future of hundreds of students into uncertainty, the country’s education regulatory bodies have made accreditation from Australian Nursing and Midwifery Accreditation Council (ANMAC) mandatory before the registration at Australian Skills Quality Authority (ASQA).
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A Nepali student died while swimming at the Bents Basin in New South Wales, Australia.
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Nepali Ambassador to Australia Lucky Sherpa left for Australia on Monday after the Nepali government told her to pack up and return to Kathmandu. Sherpa, who had been accused by her driver Wongchhu Sherpa of taking money from Nepalis to smuggle them into Australia, is under pressure to resign.
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Having always lived abroad for most of his life, Akash Nath Pyakuryal returned to Kathmandu in 2015,raring to do something on his own. However, having graduated with a degree in journalism from Australia, starting a business was not on his list of things to do, but he got pulled into his.
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The government has summoned Nepal’s Ambassador to Australia Lucky Sherpa to Kathmandu after she was charged with human trafficking by her former driver. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs on Friday instructed Ambassador Sherpa to report to the ministry within three days with an explanation.
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A Nepali student, who had come to Australia two months ago to pursue higher study, has died.
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