Violent clashes are continuing in Nepal in the ongoing protests against the direct rule of King Gyanendra.
Authorities imposed a curfew in some places, including the capital Kathmandu, to try to halt two days of unrest, but many protesters defied them.
Protesters from both the Maoist rebels and opposition political parties vow to continue their campaign.
At least three people died over the weekend in other parts of the country.
A child is treated by medical volunteers after being hit by a stone during protests in Gongabu, a suburb of the capital.
The government says security forces have acted with restraint but will now get tougher to quell the unrest.