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Fake Refugee Case: Fugitive defendant Ashish Budhathoki arrested

Kathmandu, June 26: Nepal Police has arrested a fugitive defendant in the case of cheating money by pretending to be a fake Bhutanese refugee and sending them to America. According to Superintendent of Police Sitaram Rijal of District Police Complex Kathmandu, the police team arrested the accused Ashish Budhathoki from

Bhutanese refugees scam: Khand, Rayamajhi sent to custody, two bailed

The District Court, Kathmandu on Friday decided to remand 16 people to custody for further investigations into the fake Bhutanese

Court begins recording statement of fake Bhutanese refugee scammers

The District Court Kathmandu began recording statement of those arrested on charge of their involvement in fake Bhutanese refugees scam.

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DPM Shrestha assures of impartial conclusion of move against fake…

Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Home Affairs, Narayan Kaji Shrestha, has said all those accused and suspected in the

Gagan Thapa demands fair investigation on corruption

Nepali Congress general secretary and lawmaker Gagan Kumar Thapa has demanded investigations against those accused of their roles in the

Bhutanese refugee scam: Police submits report to Kathmandu District Attorney

The District Police Complex Kathmandu has submitted the investigation report against those involved in the fake Bhutanese refugee scam to

Three days judicial custody to fake Bhutanese refugee scammers

The police have got permission to keep in judicial custody the 16 persons arrested in connection with fake Bhutanese refugee

Press Council appeal to not spread disinformation

The Press Council Nepal has urged all media and social media users to not spread disinformation in a way that

Bhutanese leader Teknath Rijal in custody for two days

The Kathmandu District Court has remainded Bhutanese refugee leader Teknath Rijal and president of Nepal Haj Committee Shamsher Mian to

Fake Bhutanese scam: detention extended for three more days

The District Court, Kathmandu has given permission to the Nepal Police to extend detention of all 14 arrested in connection