KATHMANDU, June 29: Female children are more vulnerable than male children to going missing, according to the Children Search Coordination Center (CSCC) unit of Nepal Police. The CSCC says a total of 3,204 children - 2,226 females and 978 males - have been reported missing till mid-June of the current fiscal year. Of these children, only 440 male children and 1,012 female children who had gone missing under various circumstances could be rescued, says Inspector Mohan Bikram Dahal at the CSCC .

GUJRANWALA, May 8: Muqadas Ashraf was just 16 when her parents married her off to a Chinese man who had come to Pakistan looking for a bride. Less than five months later, Muqadas is back in her home country, pregnant and seeking a divorce from a husband she says was abusive.

KATHMANDU, Feb 2: Over 107 Nepali women were rescued from Manipur of India by the local police on Friday, Indian media reports said on Saturday.

KATHMANDU, Jan 5: India has rescued seven Nepali girls from Kenya while they were being sold by India-based human traffickers.

KATHMANDU , July 4: As many as 6,100 women and children were reportedly trafficked from the country during the fiscal year 2072-73 BS, a report reveals.

MUGU, Nov 27: The police in Mugu district on Saturday rescued 96 people from being trafficked to Kathmandu.

CHANDRAUTA (Kapilvastu), Sept 3: Four women who were being trafficked to Turkistan were rescued from the Krishnanagar Check Point at Kapilvastu district Saturday.

DHARAN, Aug 31: Twenty-four-year-old Deepa Rai (Limbu) of Arun Tole, Dharan had just returned from Kuwait working as a domestic worker. Though she did not have pleasant experience in Kuwait, she decided to leave for foreign employment again as she was experienced in domestic chores and had knowledge of Arabian language.

KATHMANDU, Aug 9: At least 79 migrant workers were rescued by Nepali authorities over the past few weeks, according to Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MoFA).

KATHMANDU, July 6: Police have arrested two persons on the charge of woman trafficking.

REPUBLICA, June 24: Human traffickers have been using the Andaman and Nicobar Islands in the Bay of Bengal as a new route for trafficking Nepali women abroad.