Narayan Manandhar

Paradox, political opportunism and hoaxes around MCC

Following the news that Fatema Z Sumar, the vice-president of Department of Compact Operations at

Business during the times of crisis

In January, 2005, The Economist reported that Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) is nothing more than

Conflict and corruption: Case of Afghanistan, lesson for Nepal

Reuters reported that on August 15, Afghanistan President Ashraf Ghani fled Kabul with four cars

Is it lawful to appoint the prime minister by the court?

Ever since the Constitutional Bench gave its second-time verdict on dissolution of the House, the

What happens if PM Deuba fails to secure the vote of confidence?

With the Supreme Court issuing a mandamus order to appoint Sher Bahadur Deuba as the

All the president’s men: How will the court decide the president’s power?

With the ending of grueling court deliberations, the Constitutional Bench is expected to deliver its

Nepal’s double whammy of Covid-19 and political virus

Global pandemic has severely impacted various aspects of our social life, including politics. Political impacts

This is how PM Oli told bald-faced lies to the Supreme Court

On June 16, Prime Minister K P Sharma Oli submitted his response to show cause

Third people’s movement is inevitable. It is only a matter of when

PM Oli has torn and trampled the constitution to an indistinguishable shape. This provides a

Conflict of interest in constitutional bench: How will Chief Justice resolve it?

As in the last hearing on dissolution of parliament, a controversy has sparked inside the

Decoding the ambiguities of Article 76 (5) of the constitution

The ongoing legal battle at the Supreme Court over parliament dissolution and mid-term polls now

Litigation 2.0: What will happen to cases against PM Oli at the Supreme Court?

The political ball is now in the Supreme Court. But there is more than one

Can elections be a solution to the political deadlock?

Given the complexity of ongoing political imbroglio, elections have been thought of as a way

Why Olism needs to be defeated

With Nepal-Khanal faction of CPN-UML abstaining from voting on confidence motion on May 10, the