KABUL, Sept 13: Taliban and Afghan government forces clashed across Afghanistan hours after the start of long-awaited peace talks in Doha on Saturday, officials said, underscoring the uphill challenge of settling a 19-year insurgency.
KATHMANDU: A group of looters clashed with locals at Roshi Rural Municipality in Kavre district on Thursday night, leaving four locals injured. The locals were guarding a Buddha Chitta tree–considered sacred by Buddhists. Buddha Chitta seeds are used as beads to make garlands, which have great value in foreign markets.
NEW DELHI, June 22: Indian and Chinese military commanders held a second round of talks to ease tensions at their contested border on Monday, as the public mood hardened in India for a military and economic riposte to China following the worst clash in over five decades.
AHMEDABAD, May 9: Hundreds of migrant workers in India’s western state of Gujarat have clashed for a second day with authorities, hurling stones at police trying to enforce a lockdown to stem the spread of coronavirus.
NEPALGUNJ, May 5: A clash between the local people and police has erupted at Tribeni Mode of Nepalgunj on Tuesday. When the police tried to disperse the crowd defying the lockdown order in the city, the clash broke out, according to eyewitnesses.
KATHMANDU, Feb 17: Police arrested ten students after a clash between the students affiliated to All Nepal National Independent Students Union (Revolutionary) (ANNISU-R) and Nepal Students' Union (NSU) at Nepal Manabiki Campus (formerly known as RR College) on Monday morning.
KAVRE, Nov 4: A total of eight persons have been injured at Banepa-9, Thakuri Gaun in Kavre during a clash between the police and locals when a dispute erupted over leveling the ground to install an incinerator.
BARDIBAS, Sept 11: Factional infighting in the Nepal Communist Party (NCP) has spread to its lower echelons as the party struggles to contain the widespread discontent that started with the appointment of office bearers at the center, provinces and districts.
CHITWAN, Aug 17: Seven policemen sustained injuries as the fans of Rabi Lamichhane, a TV journalist who has been arrested in connection with the 'suicide' of journalist Salikram Pudasaini, clashed with the security personnel in Chitwan on Friday evening.
HONG KONG, July 28: Protesters and police prepared Sunday for a likely showdown in central Hong Kong, one day after clashes led to 11 arrests and left at least two dozen injured in an outlying district toward the border with mainland China.
HONG KONG, July 22: Clashes involving Hong Kong’s protest movement escalated violently late Sunday as police launched tear gas at protesters who didn’t disband after a massive march and subway riders were attacked by masked assailants who appeared to target the pro-democracy demonstrators.
DERA ISMAIL KHAN, May 30: A Pakistani lawmaker who escaped a deadly clash between the military and activists over the weekend was arrested on Thursday after surrendering to authorities, according to an elder in his constituency that borders Afghanistan.
KATHMANDU, April 10: What the lone Member of Federal Parliament from the Rastriya Prajatantra Party wrote on Twitter has stirred a hot debate on what was the intention behind writing such a cryptic tweet.
RUKUM WEST, Dec 28: Two police personnel and eight locals were injured in a clash between locals and the police at Chaurjaheri municipality. Locals had stalled construction work after individual houses were being destroyed to build the Mailanauli road.
KAILALI, Dec 12: Police and protestors demanding justice for Kanchanpur rape and murder victim Nirmala Panta clashed in Dhangadhi when the protestors tried to paste Nirmala's posters in front of the chief minister's office on Tuesday.
SARLAHI, Nov 5: Following last week’s violent incident in Ramnagar Rural Municipality of Sarlahi that saw one death and several villagers injured, men from two other villages in the district have fled their homes fearing reprisal attacks.
SARLAHI, Oct 31: One person was shot dead while seven others were injured on Tuesday during a clash between the cadres of the ruling Nepal Communist Party (NCP) and the main opposition Nepali Congress (NC) in Ramnagar Rural Municipality of Sarlahi.
BARA, Oct 23: Two cadres of Federal Socialist Forum Nepal (FSFN) were injured on Monday during a clash with locals following a dispute over the construction of a hospital in Pachrauta Municipality. The dispute ensued after the locals of Benauli and Beldari insisted on constructing hospital at their respective areas.
LAHAN, Aug 1: Local residents were elated when they got their representatives after two decades. The residents believed that post elections, their villages and cities would transform with expansion of roads, electricity and sanitation.
JUMLA, June 20: Over 40 people including doctors, nurses and students were injured on Thursday when security personnel entered the premises of Jumla-based Karnali Academy of Health Sciences (KAHS), used batons to disperse the opposing crowds, and forcefully took Dr Govinda KC out of the hospital for airlifting to Kathmandu.
WASHINGTON, June 26: President Donald Trump lashed out on Monday at a Democratic congresswoman who urged Americans to confront members of Trump’s inner circle in public places as tensions rose over the Republican president’s hardline immigration policy.
KATHMANDU, Jun 10: The departmental team Armed Police Force (APF) Club pace bowler Amar Singh Routela removed in-form batsmen Aarif Sheikh and Dipendra Singh Airee in the same over to reduce Nepal Police Club to five wickets for 63 in the 17th over effectively changing the momentum and course of the match sealed his team’s spot in final against the other departmental team Tribhuvan Army Club which was shifted for monday.
KATHMANDU, June 7: Nepal Police Club overcame Province 5’s total of 200 runs in 44 overs by seven wickets to top the Group B table of the ongoing Inter-provincial Prime Minister Cup (PM Cup), and is set for the second semifinal clash with Armed Police Force (APF) Club on Saturday.
Meanwhile, the losing team of the day, Province 5, will face the Group A table-topper Tribhuvan Army Club on Friday.
KATHMANDU, May 30: Three students have been injured in a clash between the two groups of the Nepal Students Union (NSU), a sister organization of the main opposition Nepali Congress, at Tri-chandra College on Wednesday.
MUMBAI, May 27: On Chennai Super Kings’ return to the IPL after a Supreme Court-imposed two-year ban, an emotional MS Dhoni had broken down while talking about what the franchise meant to him. One wouldn’t be surprised if he sheds a tear or two of joy if the ‘yellow brigade’ produce a champion show in the title clash against Sunrisers Hyderabad tonight.
KATHMANDU, May 8: The defending champions Armed Police Force has set a summit clash with the other departmental team Nepal Police Club in the fourth KNP Japan Women’s National Volleyball Tournament on Monday.
April 2: Liverpool boss Juergen Klopp has vowed “there will be fire” when the Merseyside club faces Manchester City in Wednesday’s Champions League showdown, saying his team, at their best, are capable of defying the odds to reach the semi-finals.
COLOMBO, Mar 6: Sri Lanka has declared a state of emergency for 10 days to rein in the spread of communal violence, a government spokesman said on Tuesday, a day after Buddhists and Muslims clashed in the Indian Ocean island’s central district of Kandy.
JANAKURDHAM, March 2: The decision of Udaya Barbariya Yadav, the mayor of Dhanusha-based Shahidnagar Municipality to suspend the principal of Dhabauli Secondary School (DSS), Shree Prasad Gohibar, has ensued a dispute between the mayor and the Chief District Officer (CDO) Dilip Chapagain.
JANAKURDHAM, Mar 2: The decision of Udaya Barbariya Yadav, the mayor of Dhanusha-based Shahidnagar Municipality to suspend the principal of Dhabauli Secondary School (DSS), Shree Prasad Gohibar, has ensured a dispute between the mayor and the Chief District Officer (CDO) Dilip Chapagain.
POKHARA: Six people including five police personnel sustained injuries on Tuesday after a clash broke out between police and protesters in Prithivi Narayan Campus. One media personnel also injured and 16 students have been taken into police custody.
DOTI, Jan 20: Venting their ire against the government's decision to announce temporary capitals of the provinces, people in different parts of the country are staging protests demanding to make their cities the capital of their province. However, in recent days, the protests have rather taken a violent turn.