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In what may be dubbed as a startling revelation, police authorities themselves are reportedly violating the law by using stolen vehicles they impounded in several districts.
Second rung Madhesi leaders, who enthusiastically recommended models for unification of three Madhes-based parties -- Tarai Madhes Democratic Party , Madhesi Peoples Right Forum- Nepal and Sadbhavana Party -- almost one and half months ago, are miffed at the inordinate delay in finalization of the unification process.
At a time when the coverage area of the Nepal Police is increasing with spreading human settlements and they need to deploy round the clock, police vehicles are facing an acute shortage of fuel.
We walk up a steep hill, through long snake grass, to a small lean-to structure.
Last week, Sushil Koirala from Nepali Congress officially became the 37th Prime Minister of Nepal backed by almost unanimous voting from the new CA-Parliament.
Buy this photo Sponsor Geoff Hill with Lee Smart from Geoff Hill LTD and Jane Chapman from Living Springs with sponsor Dave Willis from Barclays.
Kathmandu, March 11: Indian Ambassador to Nepal Ranjit Rae inaugurated the newly- constructed college block of B.P. Koirala Institute of Health Sciences at Dharan in eastern Nepal Tuesday.
S angita Shrestha desperately waits in a hospital bed to see the baby girl she has just delivered.
Saurabh Harit Director of Security Research and Senior Security Consultant at Security Compass seen here in Vancouver during a security computer conference in Vancouver March 10, 2014.
Students affiliated to NSU were staging a protest in front of the campus demanding the release of Shuvaram Basnet, NSU president of the Shankar Dev Campus chapter.
Wey Valley students spent two years preparing for the once-in-a-lifetime experience.
Caretakers of the world-famous Mount Everest are cracking down on climbers who use the scenic spot as a personal landfill.
Transactions worth over Rs 150 million have been recorded in the first four days of Nepal International Trade Fair which kicked off in Kathmandu on Thursday.
Prospective B.C. Lions Felions auditioned Sunday at Scotiabank Dance Centre in Vancouver.
Laxmi Limbu Kaushal with workers of the Barnsberg tea garden in Darjeeling; Limbu in a tea garden.
Visiting Nepal was a dream come true for Mr Andy Sim, 42, who loves it for its natural beauty and rich Buddhist culture.