Relying on access to exclusive information, AP correspondent Neelesh Misra pieces together the jigsaw of sometimes conflicting accounts of the murders of the Neplaese royal family on June 1, 2001. A wider national tragedy stands revealed: a nation with one foot in the 16th century and the other, uncomfortably, in the 21st; and of a king whose grand plans for making that transition a smooth one would, in more ways than one, be brutally thwarted.
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Neelesh Misra is a correspondent with the Associated Press working out of its South Asia bureau in New Delhi. He is a movie buff and has written lyrics for Hindi films and scripts for Hindi plays.
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