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|Calling code + 977|
|संघीय लोकतान्त्रिक गणतन्त्र नेपाल - |
Sanghiya Loktāntrik Ganatantra Nepāl
Federal Democratic Republic of Nepal
|Location of Nepal|
|Capital : and largest city - Kathmandu (Nepali:काठमाडौं - |
|Map Latitude 27°42′N - Longitude : 85°19′E - - 27.7°N 85.317°E 27.7;85.317 -|
|Official language(s): Nepali and regional languages|
|People : - Nepali|
|President : Ram Baran Yadav - Vice President : Parmanand Jha , 2010|
|Prime Minister: Madhav Kumar Nepal - Unification|
|Kingdom declared December 21, 1768 - State declared January 15, 2007 - Republic declared - May 28, 2008|
|Area Total : 147,181 km (56,827 sq mi)|
|Population : 2009 estimate - 29,331,000 ( 2007 census 28,875,140) - Density 199.3/km (518.1/sq mi)|
|GDP - Purchasing power parity PPP : 2009 estimate Total : $33.643 billion - Per capita : $1,205|
|GDP (nominal) : 2009 estimate Total : $12.615 billion - Per capita : $452|
|Time zone : Nepal Time NPT (UTC) +5:45 Summer (DST) - not observed (UTC) +5:45|
|Internet Domain name TLD - .np|
|Mount Everest - Sagarmatha|
| - Subdivisions
||Regions of Nepal, Zones of Nepal, and Districts of Nepal
||Subdivisions of Nepal.
||Nepal is divided into 14 zones and 75 districts, grouped into 5 development regions. Each district is headed by a permanent chief district officer responsible for maintaining law and order and coordinating the work of field agencies of the various government ministries. The 5 regions and 14 zones are:
||Eastern Region (Purwanchal)
||Central Region (Madhyamanchal)
||Western Region (Pashchimanchal)
||Mid-Western Region (Madhya Pashchimanchal)
||Far-Western Region (Sudur Pashchimanchal)
|| - Largest Cities
||The 10 largest cities (by population) in Nepal are as follows (information can be found here - 40 ] - - ):
||Kathmandu Population 1,442,271
||Pokhara Population 200,000
||Patan Population 183,310
||Biratnagar Population 182,324
||Birgunj Population 133,238
||Dharan Bazar Population 108,600
||Bharatpur Population 107,157
||Janakpur Population 93,767
||Dhangarhi Population 92,294
||Butwal Population 91,733
|| - Government and politics
||Politics of Nepal
||The Population Density map of Nepal.
||The Nepalese are descendants of three major migrations from India, Tibet, and North Burma and Yunnan via Assam.
||Among the earliest inhabitants were the Kirat of east mid-region, Newar of the Kathmandu Valley and aboriginal Tharu in the southern Terai region. The ancestors of the Brahman and Chetri caste groups came from India's present Kumaon, Garhwal and Kashmir regions, while other ethnic groups trace their origins to North Burma and Yunnan and Tibet, e.g. the Gurung and Magar in the west, Rai and Limbu in the east (from Yunnan and north Burma via Assam), and Sherpa and Bhutia in the north (from Tibet).
||In the Terai, a part of the GangesBasin with 20% of the land, much of the population is physically and culturally similar to the Indo-Aryans of northern India. Indo-Aryan and East Asian looking mixed people live in the hill region. Indo-Aryan ancestry has been a source of prestige in Nepal for centuries, and the ruling families have been of Indo-Aryan and Hindu background. - 54 ] - - The mountainous highlands are sparsely populated. Kathmandu Valley, in the middle hill region, constitutes a small fraction of the nation's area but is the most densely populated, with almost 5% of the population.
||Nepal is a multilingual society. These data are largely derived from Nepal's 2001 census results published in the Nepal Population Report 2002.
||According to the World Refugee Survey 2008 , published by the U.S. Committee for Refugees and Immigrants, Nepal hosted a population of refugees and asylum seekers in 2007 numbering approximately 130,000. Of this population, approximately 109,200 persons were from Bhutan and 20,500 from People's Republic of China. - 55 ] - - - 56 ] - - The government of Nepal restricted Bhutanese refugees to seven camps in the Jhapa and Morang districts, and refugees were not permitted to work in most professions. - 55 ] - - At present, the United States is working towards resettling more than 60,000 of these refugees in the US. - 26 ] - -
||Languages Spoken in Nepal.
||Population - 28,676,547 (2005)
||Official Website of Armed Police Force Nepal. Apf.gov.np. http://www.apf.gov.np/introduction/introduction.php - .
||Festivals of Nepal. Nepalhomepage.com. http://www.nepalhomepage.com/society/festivals/festivals.html - .
||India Nepal Open Border. Nepal Democracy . http://www.nepaldemocracy.org/documents/treaties_agreements/nep_india_open_border.htm - .
||Nepal:Information Portal. Explore Nepal . http://www.explorenepal - .
||Nepal's new emblem. Citizen Journalism Nepal . http://www.cjnepal.org/story/547/nepals-new-emblem - .
||Government of Nepal
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