KATHMANDU, Feb 3: The Metropolitan Police Traffic Division has started to receive a fine amount from traffic rule violators through an online payment method.

As the nationwide lockdown is eased, police brace up to take sturdy actions against people not wearing face masks, breaching rules regarding sanitation protocols

KATHMANDU, July 14: On July 7, Sunil Pokharel, a daily commuter along the Maitighar-Tinkune road section, was stuck in a traffic jam on his bike near St Xavier's College when he decided to overtake a few vehicles in front of him by venturing into the wrong lane.

KATHMANDU, May 24: The National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) has threatened to publicly brand government officials and agencies not implementing the commission's recommendations as 'human rights violators'.

KATHMANDU, Oct 27: The Conflict Victims Common Platform (CVCP) has urged political parties not to field any individual involved in grave human rights violations as candidates for the parliamentary and provincial elections.

KATHMANDU, Oct 8: Chief Election Commissioner (CEC) Ayodhee Prasad Yadav has warned of scrapping the candidacy of those candidates who are found breaching the election code of conduct.

PARSA, September 1: Nepali Congress central committee member Dr Shekhar Koirala has expressed unhappiness over what he called the violation of the election code of conduct by the political parties during the election campaigning for the third phase local level election in province-2.

KATHMANDU, April 7: More than a thousand traffic rule violators in Kathmandu Valley are being subjected to legal action on a daily basis.

Paul Jackson, a political economist working predominantly on conflict and post-conflict reconstruction, has closely studied post-conflict African countries like Sierra Leone and Zimbabwe. He has also been involved in Nepal’s peace process since 2009, as a foreign consultant helping with the supervision, integration and rehabilitation of ex-Maoist combatants. Republica’s Biswas Baral talked to Jackson, who is also a professor of African Politics at Birmingham University, to understand how the peace process in Nepal compares to other peace processes. Has it been a success? How does Nepal get transitional justice right?

KATHMANDU, July 25: Number of people violating traffic rules has decreased by half after the Metropolitan Traffic Police Division increased fine for the offenders.