A year-old woman in Nepal was allegedly beaten up and forced to eat human faeces by a group of villagers over accusations of witchcraft, the police said on Sunday. A woman along with her boyfriend was arrested in Nepal on Monday for allegedly hiring an Indian contract killer to murder her mother who was opposed to their relationship, Kathmandu police said. Two men have been arrested for allegedly gang-raping a year-old Nepali woman near Rajasthan's Jaipur, police said Sunday. Four Nepali woman journalists today successfully scaled the world's highest peak Mount Everest, an official said. A year-old Nepalese woman was allegedly gangraped by three persons on the pretext of landing her a lucrative job in Ashok Nagar area in east Delhi.
100 women in Nepal dance naked in hopes of pleasing gods, getting rain
women dance naked for rain in Nepal village
More than women danced naked in a remote mountainous village in Nepal hoping the gods would be pleased and give them rain, a news report said Tuesday. The women gathered at a local school, smeared their faces with black powder and danced naked last week at Darbang village, about miles west of the capital, Katmandu. By WalesOnline. Get the biggest daily stories by email Subscribe We will use your email address only for the purpose of sending you newsletters. Please see our Privacy Notice for details of your data protection rights. Thank you for subscribing We have more newsletters Show me See our privacy notice.
100 Nepalese women dance naked for rain
Kathmandu AsiaNews - For the first time in the history of Nepal, women can go naked in the celebration of Mahashivaratri, a festival in honor of the god Shiva. Until now, the nudity was the exclusive prerogative of men. The news has been criticized by the population residing near the temple of Pashupatinath Kathma du. This has prompted the government to distribute among the "sadu" sages of both sexes an "identity card for devotees" to prevent possible cases of prostitution, exhibitionism, or other offensive acts not linked to religion. Shusil Nahata, the government delegate for the celebrations, said: