Kathmandu - At least eight people were injured Thursday when two bombs exploded outside a college in southern Nepal, police said.
The bombs went off as students gathered outside Thakur Ram College in the town of Birgunj, about 90 kilometres south of Kathmandu.
There were no immediate claims of responsibility for the blasts, police said.
"The bombs exploded just as students prepared to vote to chose their representatives in college elections," the Birgunj police office said. "Eight students received shrapnel wounds."