Nepal, Dec. 6 -- Driving over the narrow streets of Kathmandu is not a piece of cake and encountering bunch of problems on the way isn't an uncommon thing either. A town-centre bottleneck having a nine-mile traffic jam requires a significant amount of patience to keep the composure stable. Beyond that, 2 out of 10 lose their placidness and try overhauling the vehicles which ultimately makes traffic police crack up their sincere mentoring. Loud horns and blares of traffic make the road more distressing. Some are using emergency lights to fake their priorities, and others are trying steering their cars off the lane which creates gridlock and more chaos. People on bikes have options to skip them off, but the four wheelers keep waiting for th...