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Nepal's drunk-driving policies, once rarely enforced, are now some of the strictest in the world. If police find any alcohol in a person's blood, the fine is $12. But even those caught with only a small amount of alcohol in their blood must sit through an hour-long lecture on the dangers of drunk-driving to get their licenses back. Party-goers are having a difficult time adjusting. Al Jazeera's Subina Shrestha reports.
Al Jazeera English | Jan 2
The wave of anger unleashed by the savage rape and murder of a Delhi woman has spread beyond India's borders. In Kathmandu, protestors have held da...