Tag Archives: Nepalese in Australia

Three Nepalese lost life in Australia within a week

Three Nepalese lost life in Australia within a week - NepaliPage

NRNA Australia president Nanda Gurung urged family and friends of the deceased to reach NRNA if they need any assistance. Three Nepalese youths lost their lives in Australia last week. Rasmi Lekhak, Samrat Tamang, and another lady lost life in a week in different parts of Australia. Australian Nepalese community …

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Ladies barbeque meetup today

Ladies barbeque meetup today

Hey, girls, are you newly arrived? And are you looking for networking and friendship to make your Australia stay homely? If yes, thee is a meetup for Nepalese girls for networking and empowerment. With growing Nepalese international students Sydney based youth initiative ‘Winners Circle Media’ is throwing a barbeque meetup …

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Nepalese boy arrested in Sydney for planing sexual-acts with a minor

Nepalese boy arrested in Sydney for planing sexual acts with a minor - NepaliPage

On the second day of a brand new decade, a Nepalese boy got arrested in Sydney, an Australian city for planning sexual-acts with underaged. Strike Force Trawler detectives detained the boy on Thursday from his apartment at Wentworthville, a western Sydney suburb after an extensive investigation, what they said. Police allege …

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Nepalese Boy seriously injured in a boozy Brawl

Nepalese Boy seriously injured in a boozy Brawl - NepaliPage

One Nepalese boy has seriously injured in a boozy brawl unfolded about 12.30am Monday 1 April 2019 at George Street, near Park Street, Sydney, Australia. Anish Shahi aged 22 involved in the violent brawl is being treated for fractured skull and bleeding on the brain. And another his friend Marak …

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Precautions to remain safe in Australia

Many Nepalese come to Australia for their higher study as well as living in Australia. A majority among them comes with an inadequate idea about Australian life, work, and balance between study and earnings, which are essential to remain safe in Australia. There are a couple of things Nepalese students …

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