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  • An aircraft belonging to Malindo Air is seen after it skidded off the runway at Nepal’s Tribhuwan International Airport (TIA) in Kathmandu, Nepal, April 19, 2018. The aircraft experienced runway excursion while it was preparing to take off for Malaysia at around 9:45 p.m. local time.

  • People light up candles during an event to call for care for autistic children to mark the World Autism Awareness Day in Kathmandu, Nepal, April 3, 2018. The World Autism Awareness Day is observed on April 2. Photo by: Sunil Sharma

  • An artist performs during the celebration of the annual Earth Hour campaign in Lalitpur, Nepal, March 24, 2018. Photo courtesy: Sunil Sharma

  • The Nepalese government on Wednesday strongly objected a recent report released by the European Union’s Election Observation Mission regarding the country’s parliamentary and provincial elections held in November and December last year.

    In its election observation report released here on Tuesday, the EU Election Observation Mission to Nepal raised questions over the elections’ transparency, fairness and electoral process.

    Issuing a strongly-worded statement, Nepal’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs said that some of the recommendations and comments in the report have undermined the successful holding of the smooth, peaceful and impartial elections.

    “It is unfortunate that the report has made unwarranted comments about the political issues that have already been settled,” the ministry said.

    “The elections were a milestone in terms of the implementation of the Constitution as well as the conclusion of Nepal’s peace process,” it said.

    Nepal held the two elections simultaneously in two phases on Nov. 26 and Dec. 7 respectively, which were seen as a crucial step to implement the milestone new constitution promulgated in September 2015. Pic by: Sunil Sharma

  • Photo taken on March 12, 2018 shows the crash-landing site in Kathmandu, Nepal. A passenger plane of the US-Bangla Airlines crashed at Nepal’s Tribhuvan International Airport (TIA) on Monday, with 49 dead and at least 22 people injured.

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