YouTube Suspends One America News account For Uploading Fake News

Breaking news -

Just in....
YouTube Suspends One America News account For Uploading Fake News

Metro train car separation between Glenmont and Wheaton stations in Montgomery County, MD

Crash in Hyattsville last Sunday is now fatal

WATCH NOW | Biden announces key foreign policy, national security picks

Vehicle Pursuit Ends in Arrest In Frederick, MD

New York City will have "vehicle checkpoints" at key bridges to strictly enforce the 14-day COVID19

Emily Keller Is The first female mayor in Hagerstown, MD

three Suspects spend over $3000 at Hagerstown Walmarts using stolen credit cards

Silver Spring Ice Skating Now Open

President Donald Trump gives the OK for GSA to officially recognized Biden as president-elect

Locals clash with police during chariot festival in Nepal

Over a thousand people gathered for a religious chariot festival in Nepal on Thursday, defying COVID-19 prohibitory orders, and clashed with police who resorted to tear gas shells to disperse them, causing a few injuries.

People gathered at Pulchowk area of Lalitpur district, 8 kms east of Kathmandu, to take part in the centuries-old chariot pulling Machindranath festival, which is mainly observed by the Buddhist community in the valley.





The festival is the longest chariot festival in Nepal which starts just before the beginning of monsoon, to appease the rain and grain god Rato Machindranath, according to the Kathmandu Post.


Tensions flared as police objected to an attempt made by the people to organise the chariot pulling procession of the statue of Rato Machindranath.


The local youth started pelting bricks and stones on the police personnel on duty, following which the police lobbied tear gas shells and used water cannons to disperse the crowd.


Half a dozen people, including some policemen, sustained minor injuries, police said.

Become A Member Now For Free

LIKE US ON

FACEBOOK

FOLLOW US ON

INSTAGRAM

FOLLOW US ON

TWITTER


Tags:

2020 ALL NEW DIGITAL PRIVACY POLICY

  • Instagram
  • Facebook