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150 Nepali workers jobless, unpaid for seven months in Abu Dhabi

One-hundred and fifty Nepali migrant workers in United Arab Emirates capital Abu Dhabi are left in lurch after they were laid off seven months ago. The company that goes by the name Al Wasita Emirates for Services & Catering said it was unable to allot job and pay the due salary to the workers citing that it failed to get new contracts for work. The company employed some 1,000 workers from Nepal, India, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka.

Omani DPM says Nepal carries strategic importance

Oman’s Deputy Prime Minister Sayyid Fahad bin Mahmood Al-Said has said that Nepal has high strategic value and suggested visiting Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba to reap benefit out of the development of its two giant neighbours India and China.

22 Nepali stranded in Qatar

Twenty-two Nepali migrant workers have been left in lurch in Qatar after the operator and manager of the company they were working for went out of contact depriving them of their salary. The stranded Nepalis have not received their salary of the past four months.

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