Protesters again defied a curfew in Kathmandu to voice their opposition to King Gyanendra's rule.
But security forces erected many cordons to keep crowds from marching on the centre of the capital.
Protesters wanted to be allowed to march on the palace to press their demands for the King to step down.
Police were under strict instructions to break up demonstrations and keep people on the fringes of the city.
They also fired tear gas and rubber bullets to disperse protesters.
This young girl needed treatment after being knocked over and beaten during a demonstration in the Kalanki district.
But the latest demonstrations were smaller than Saturday's - life carried on as normal in other parts of the city.