Qatar inaugurates visa center in Nepal

  • internetQatar
  • May 30, 2019
  • 3 min read

Kathmandu: The State of Qatar today inaugurated a visa center in Kathmandu, Republic of Nepal, as part of the ‘Qatar Visa Centers Program’, to facilitate and streamline procedures for bringing expatriates to the country. The opening of Qatar Visa Center in Nepal is part of the opening of 20 centers in eight countries: Sri Lanka, […]

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Qatar Visa Centers, which have started operating in a number of major workforce exporting countries including India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh, will provide mobile SIM cards with QR30 balance free of cost to newly inducted workers to keep them connected with their families during their journey and stay in Qatar. “The mobile number of […]

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Doha: Qatar and Oman are set for a showdown to decide the winners of AFC U-23 Championship Thailand 2020 qualifying Group A, after both sides continued their winning starts to the competition yesterday. Oman kept their campaign on track, recording their second successive narrow win with a 2-1 victory over Afghanistan, while Qatar trounced Nepal […]

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Qatar to open seven visa centres in India

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  • March 24, 2019
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Doha: The State of Qatar will open seven visa centres in India as part of its ‘Qatar Visa Centers (QVCs) Abroad Programme’, which was launched last year targeting eight labour-exporting countries. During a seminar for the officials of various companies about QVCs, the Director of the Visa Support Services Department at the Ministry of Interior, […]

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Bikash Prasai and Anu Prasai are one of the most successful Nepali business couples in Qatar. The humble couple landed in Doha in 2006, and started working in the Account and Marketing sections in Crystal Company and Solar Qatar Company, respectively. Two years later, Bikash had left his company and started his own business – […]

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At least 24 dead in Nepal bus crash: official

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  • March 10, 2017
  • 1 min read

Atleast 24 people were killed when an overcrowded bus skidded off the road and crashed in remote western Nepal on Thursday, local officials said. Sixteen people were killed instantly as the bus careered off the road in Jajarkot district, while the other eight died in hospital, local district official Suman Kharel told AFP. The nearest […]

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