Stories Tagged 'Japan'
Japanese government has provided emergency relief goods worth of Rs. 23.4 millions to Nepal as a support to the recent flood that affected the Tarai region.
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The 50th annual meeting of the Asian Development Bank (ADB) concluded in the Japanese city of Yokohama on Sunday expressing commitment to support poor countries in the region, bridge income inequality, lift social development and help nations mobilise resources to fund infrastructure projects.
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Japan has become a popular destination for Nepali low, semi-skilled and skilled manpower. According to a latest available figure, more than 65,000 Nepali work and study in Japan. It is also noted here that Nepalis make up the sixth largest foreign population in Japan.
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Already rare among Group of Seven leaders for the stability of his reign, Shinzo Abe will have a shot at becoming Japan's longest-serving prime minister after his party changes a rule allowing him to serve a third consecutive three-year term.
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A Japanese religious cult that carried out a deadly nerve gas attack on Tokyo's subways in 1995 also experimented with the VX nerve agent suspected in the killing of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un's half brother in Malaysia.
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Police on Friday arrested an operator of the Chandika International Education Consultancy for swindling people under the pretext of sending them abroad for foreign employment, Nepal Police said.
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