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October 04, 2013 
Phul Kumari Sada arrives to seek government compensation for the death of her husband Ram Jatan Sada,... 
Kathmandu, Nepal 
Phul Kumari Sada arrives to seek government compensation for the death of her husband Ram Jatan Sada,... 
Phul Kumari Sada arrives to seek government compensation for the death of her husband Ram Jatan Sada, who worked construction in Saudi Arabia before dying later in his sleep, at the Foreign Employment Promotion Board in Kathmandu October 1, 2013. According to Phul Kumari, her husband would complain of strenuous work and no pay. At least 400,000 Nepalis are expected to leave this year for jobs in construction and as domestic workers in the Gulf and Malaysia. The treatment of Nepalis building World Cup football stadia in Qatar has come under scrutiny after a report by the British newspaper the Guardian that dozens had died on building sites between early June and early August. At the Foreign Employment Promotion Board in Kathmandu on Tuesday, half a dozen bereaved families and widows sought government compensation for the deaths of relatives overseas. Picture taken October 1, 2013. To match Feature NEPAL-WORKERS/ REUTERS/Navesh Chitrakar (NEPAL - Tags: SOCIETY BUSINESS CONSTRUCTION EMPLOYMENT POVERTY) 
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