have you tried calling Canadian Cooperation Office in Kathmandu? This is a number to their visa section (at least the section that deals with collecting and sending passports to ND and receiving them back and arranging interviews) 977-1-4415192. Please try calling them in afternoons (Nepalese time), but you could try mornings as well. My understanding is they answer in afternoons. As far as I know, they do interviews as well. Somewhere I read that you could have a telephone interview also. I keep on saying to the best of my knowledge as I'm not a CIC insider, but I'm pretty certain about Lazimpat office as that's where my wife's been calling for her PPR and that's where she'll be dropping her passport and picking it up when it comes back from ND. They definitely will have a record of your PPR if your mailing address is in Nepal.
By the way, did you receive your PPR through email or was it a regular mail? Was it send to a Nepali address or US address?
Also, if there are people from Nepal on this board, please jump in and give us your understanding. Because of Canadian Cooperation Office in Kathmandu acting as an intermediary between ND VO and applicant, our procedures and timelines are a little different than an Indian applicant who gets a mail directly from VO in ND.
I know it's easier said than done, but please try not to panic. Instead call 977-1-4415192 and ask them if they do interviews and if they have your PPR in their file.
I have not called Canadian Cooperation Office in kathmandu...I guess i will try calling them today...I work from 6 in the morning..so the time difference is a problem too...my husband tried calling CIC New Delhi today..man man...they act like the diamond is going to fall from their mouth if they open it...lol...my husband said that he asked if it was ok to send the passport..and the lady in the front desk said "Oh! I cannot answer, You have to write an email and it will be answered within a month or so.".....anyways..i don't believe that they are going to answer...so let me try canadian aid office in nepal... As for the PPR....I received it in USA through regular mail....
It asks to pay Landing fee, if not paid, send police clearance reports, if not submitted...and send original passport.
And it says Passports cannot be returned to addresses outside of India, Nepal and Bhutan..
Basically that means, they won't be sending me passport back to US rather would send it to Nepal....so I have to send them my parent's address along with the passport....