Relevant Literature

  1. Paper on occupational crime-Ananta
  2. Re-emergence of Armed Violence in Nepal
  3. Border Security at Susta, Nawalparasi
  4. Federalism and National Security
  5. Road Safety in Nepal
  6. Prison security
  7. Election Security
  8. Environment Security in Nepal
  9. Banking Information Security
  10. Nepal Police and Public Expectations
  11. Principles, policies and practices in crime investigation
  12. Foreign Policy and National Security
  13. Public Security: Management of Local Non-State Armed Actors in Nepal
  14. Economic activities and peace building
  15. Local Peace Committee
  16. Government approach to peace building
  17. Challenges of Local Governance in Nepal
  18. Nepal Police Manual
  19. Election Observation Directives
  20. Constituent Assembly Election and Security Challenges, paper by Anant Ram Bhattarai, former Additional Inspector General of Nepal Police
  21. EVM-04-25Oct13R1_Final
  22. Mitigating election violence
  23. TAF ElectionViolenceMapping.Map5.1Nov13
  24. TAF.ElectionViolenceIncidenceMap.10OCT13 (2)
  25. TAF.ElectionViolenceMap3.18OCT13
  26. TAF ElectionViolenceMappingReport Issue2 10OCT13.NEW (2)
  27. TAF.ElectionViolenceMappingReport.Issue1.4OCT13 (1)
  28. TAF.ElectionViolenceMapping3.18OCT13
  29. TAF ElectionViolenceMappingReport.Issue4.25OCT13_Final
  30. TAF ElectionViolenceMappingReport Issue5 1NOV13
  31. anfrel press noteanfrel interim report
  32. anfrel interim note
  33. Nepal in the pastnepal in the past
  34. India-Nepal borders
  35. The Nepal-India Peace and Friendship Treaty which was signed on July 31, 1950 agreed to grant, on a reciprocal basis, to the nationals of one country in the territory of the other the same privileges on matters of residence, ownership of property, participation in trade and commerce, movement and other privileges of a similar nature. It became a major turning point in the movement of Indians into Nepal and was further reinforced by the Nepal India open border.
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