Nepalese legislative election, 2017
Voters in Nepal go to the polls for the first phase of an election to choose members for the House of Representatives and Parliament.
Sixteen people are killed and 20 others are injured when a bus overturns in Bara District, Nepal.
Schools are reopened in Nepal after being closed for more than a month.
Nepali President Bidya Devi Bhandari dissolves parliament and calls for new elections in November. Her office says that the decision was made on the recommendation of Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli. This is the second time in six months that the parliament has been dissolved amidst a political crisis.
The United Kingdom adds Turkey, the Maldives and Nepal to its "red list" of countries, where travellers will be required to quarantine in a hotel for 10 days upon their return to the UK at their own expense. Twelve countries are also added to the government's "green list", including Portugal and Israel. This new "traffic light system" will take effect on May 17, when international travel is no longer illegal.
The Nepalese Accident Investigation Commission concludes its investigation, finding the plane stalled after the flight crew lost situational awareness and began a rapid ascent to avoid terrain whilst still configured for landing.
Voters in Nepal go to the polls for the second round of a historic legislative election. The turnout is 67%, up from 65% in the first round.
Nepal announces plans to reopen heritage sites in the Kathmandu Valley two months after the April 2015 Nepal earthquake.
Leading Nepalese Sherpa Chhewang Nima, known for climbing Mount Everest 19 times, disappears during an avalanche.
Nepalese politicians unsuccessfully attempt to elect a new prime minister for the fourth time; they will try again on 18 August.