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Good governance is the need of the hour

The concern of good governance has been under discussion since time immemorial. In Bhagavad Gita,

More than a festival:  Chhath is as much about cleanliness, socialism, equality and fraternity   

As Chhath, the festival of Sun God, for 2022 is approaching, the markets across the

Animal sacrifice during Dashain: Striking a balance between tradition and practice

Millions of Hindus across the world have begun celebrating the Dashain festival which symbolizes the

Constitution Day: Time to deliver on promises rather than celebration

We are marking Constitution Day to mark the adoption of the Constitution of Nepal by

Money lending and mediation: Why reforms are needed

In order to overcome the problems introduced by the litigation process and to speed up

Book Review| Decoding life and works of Mahakavi Vidyapati 

Many authors have written a good deal of literature on Vidyapati, the great poet of

Book Review | The reason to read “The Concept of Judicial Review” by Dr Bhimarjun Acharya

The philosophy of judicial review is rooted in the principle that the constitution is the

Everything you need to know about Nepal’s parliamentary committee practices, from the first parliament to federal parliament

In a democracy, Parliamentary Committees assist the parliament in its functions of deliberations, discussion and

Laws versus realities: Where is Nepal failing in environment protection?

During the official meetings, when I say that I am from Janakpur the first comment

Mandatory reading for all who want to know about Nepal’s constitution

The constitution of a country is regarded as the fundamental law of the land which

Five years of local governance: What went wrong?

It is distressing to see that the constitutionally empowered local bodies have failed to emerge

Respect international laws to respect women

As International Women’s Day (IWD) is being celebrated, the world leaders need to pause to

Tame the inflation, ensure greatest good of the greatest number of Nepalis

Jeremy Bentham was of the view that the state’s sole business should be to host

What happens when you formulate laws but do not implement them?

It is commonly presumed that if a law becomes part of the national gazette, the