A cold case team that combed through evidence for five years in a bid to unravel one of World War II’s enduring mysteries has reached what it calls the “most likely scenario” of who betrayed Jewish teenage diarist Anne Frank and her family.

KATHMANDU, Jan 17: The government has backed off from its move to remove Nepal Rastra Bank’s Deputy Governor Shiba Raj Shrestha from his post.

Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro claimed on Friday that Hollywood star Leonardo DiCaprio financed fires being set in the Amazon rainforest, without presenting any evidence, the right-wing leader’s latest broadside in casting blame over forest fires that have generated international concern.

VIRGINIA, July 27: More than 100 years ago, Albert Einstein predicted that light is deflected by extremely massive objects, but there is no way to test such powerful effects on Earth.

SARLAHI, July 2: The government team which visited Sarlahi to investigate the killing of Kumar Paudel, the district in-charge of the Netra Bikram Chand-led Communist Party of Nepal (CPN), by police has returned to Kathmandu empty-handed.

PANCHTHAR, May 24: Preliminary investigations by police suggest that 31-year-old Man Bahadur Makhim could be responsible for the brutal massacre of nine members of two families in Miklajung-2 of Panchthar district on Tuesday.

DHANUSHA, May 9: Police have been unable to find any substantial evidence to narrow down the murder case of Aryan Sah, two days after he went missing. The two-and-a-half-year-old son of Sambhu Sah of Mithila Rural Municipality-6, who went missing on Monday, was found dead the next day.

KATHMANDU, April 24: The government has initiated the process of amending the law to give recognition to electronic records and digital signature as evidence in law.

TEHRAN, Oct 12: Turkish officials have shared contents of video and audio recordings that reportedly contain evidence supporting claims that a Washington Post contributor was murdered by the Saudi government with the Trump administration.

KATHMANDU, Oct 11: The National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) has directed the government to keep safe the evidence on Nirmala rape and murder case. The sample of 'vaginal swab' extracted from the late Pant for the investigation at Nepal Police's forensic laboratory must be kept safe, the NHRC underscored.

KANCHANPUR, Oct 1: The investigation into the rape and murder of 13-year-old Nirmala Panta has hit a snag after the DNA samples collected from three more suspects did not match DNA on the victim's vaginal swab.

KANCHANPUR, Aug 31: After finding Nirmala Pant' body, police personnel washed the suruwal worn by her in order to destroy evidence, it has been learnt. Although police are supposed to take precautions to preserve evidence at the scene of a suspected crime, their act of washing a clothing item which was worn by the victim and which could contain valuable evidence such as blood and other body fluids, has raised further suspicions about their motives.

KATHMANDU, Aug 1: While the parliamentary hearings on proposed chief justice Deepak Raj Joshee had earlier become a knotty issue, lawmakers from the ruling party have gathered more evidence, making it more difficult to get him endorsed by the parliamentary committee.

KATHMANDU, Dec 28: Preliminary investigation by police has shown that a head constable was involved in setting fire to the archives at the Armed Police Force (APF) Headquarters to destroy evidences of irregularities.

KATHMANDU, Dec 27: Preliminary investigation of police has shown that a head constable was involved in setting fire to the archives at Armed Police Force (APF) Headquarters to destroy evidence of irregularities.

PALM BEACH, Florida, March 5: President Donald Trump on Saturday accused former President Barack Obama of tapping his telephones during last year's election, lodging a startling allegation of abuse of power without evidence or explanation.

MANILA, Philippines, March 2: A human rights watchdog on Thursday accused the police in the Philippines of falsifying evidence to justify unlawful killings in the government's war on drugs that has caused more than 7,000 deaths, and pointed the finger at President Rodrigo Duterte as being ultimately responsible.

KATHMANDU, Dec 7: The Commission for Investigation of Abuse of Authority (CIAA) has put on hold the corruption complaints filed against eight prominent politicians and ex-bureaucrats, saying that evidence for the allegations could not be established in the course of investigations.