Nepal Armed Police Force (APF) escorting tourists during nation wide strike.
The Royal Nepal Army swings into action. The army will have a major role to play in providing security and battling the Maoists in the remote regions.
Army plane transports provisions to the district headquarter of Humla, Simikot.
News breaks in the Kathmandu, "Gyanendra takes over power."
Young Nepalese crossing the border into India. Many Nepalese families send their children away to monasteries in India to avoid having them drafted into the Maoist forces-or worse, killed-by Government troops or by Maoist guerrillas.
Nepal Armed Police Force on guard after King of Nepal takes over.
Agitating parties take to the Kathmandu streets demonstrating against regression by the Royal Palace and government in power.
Nepal security personnel watch over the Simikot airfield.
Travel in any form is difficult. Police check and search all travellers.
Pro-King of Nepal procession, Kathmandu, Nepal.
Tourists taking rickshaw during nation wide strike.
Devi Sunuwar pleads for information about her daughter Maina, 15, who was abducted by Nepal Army personnel, after Devi witnessed the murder of her niece, Reena.
With the Maoist recruitment in full swing across western Nepal, many villagers fled to India across the Nepal/India border in hopes of finding work.
Inspector General of Police, Mr. Shrestha was gunned down along with his wife and Body Guard on a Sunday morning walk by two Maosits. The killing of high level police officers and Army generals are prime targets of the Maoists.
Cremation of Inspector General of Police, Shrestha, Pashupatinath, Kathmandu. The Maoists have infiltrated Kathmandu and are gunning down high level police officers and army officials.
Nepalese mourn the royal family slain in a shooting spree.
The Nepalese royal massacre occurred on Friday, June 1, 2001
The Nepal Army marches through Simikot. The government controls few areas of this mountainous region. Nepal.
Ex-King Gyanendra Bir Bikram Shah Dev.
King Gyanendra and Queen Komal attending Indra Jatra fetival at Kathmandu Durbar Square.
State of emergency declared after more than 100 people are killed in four days of violence. King Gyanendra orders army to crush the Maoist rebels. Many hundreds are killed in rebel and government operations in the following months.
Demonstration against Nepal's King Gyanendra.
20th April 2006. Kathmandu, Nepal.