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Tourists trapped in Sauraha

Tourists trapped in Sauraha
Chitwan, Aug 13: Approximately 600 tourists stranded due to flooding in Sauraha in the district are awaiting rescue operation, authorities said.  Swollen Rapti and Budhirapti rivers have inundated many hotels in the tourist destination, and efforts were on to move the trapped tourists staying in the flooded hotels onto the upper floors, with the help of tamed elephants, said Chairman of the Regional Hotel Association, Sauraha Suman Ghimire.  He said Chief District Officer and the Nepal Tourism Board have been informed of the situation and asked for the rescue operation. Managing Director of Hotel Seven Star Madhav Duwadi said Home Ministry has also been requested for help.  The trapped tourists include 200 Nepalis, 200 Indian and another 200 from various countries.  Chief District Officer Narayan Prasad Bhatta said efforts were on to shift the trapped tourists to...

PM stresses on scientific and quality education

PM stresses on scientific and quality education
Kathmandu, Aug, 13: Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba has stressed on scientific, qualitative and practical education while pointing out the need to reach higher education to people of all sections of the society. Inaugurating the Tribhuvan University Assembly, PM Deuba, who is also the Chancellor of TU, laid emphasis on decentralization and autonomy of the management of the oldest university in the country.  PM Deuba further said that the concerned authority should pay attention to improving the academic environment in the country.  Speaking on a different note, Prime Minister Deuba shared that the government was committed to the implementation of the Constitution as stability was essential for quality education and reforms.  Similarly, Deputy Prime Minister and Education Minister Gopal Man Shrestha highlighted the need for scientific, professional, the...

USCIS to Resume H-1B Premium Processing for Certain Cap-Exempt Petitions

USCIS to Resume H-1B Premium Processing for Certain Cap-Exempt Petitions
WASHINGTON — U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) will resume premium processing for certain cap-exempt H-1B petitions effective immediately. The H-1B visa has an annual cap of 65,000 visas each fiscal year. Additionally, there is an annual “master’s cap” of 20,000 petitions filed for beneficiaries with a U.S. master’s degree or higher. Premium processing will resume for petitions that may be exempt from the cap if the H-1B petitioner is: * An institution of higher education; * A nonprofit related to or affiliated with an institution of higher education; or * A nonprofit research or governmental research organization. Premium processing will also resume for petitions that may also be exempt if the beneficiary will be employed at a qualifying cap-exempt institution, organization or entity. Starting today, those cap-exempt...

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