7th Constitutional Law Lecture Series

The Seventh Edition of Constitutional Law lecture series was conducted on 4th June 2020 (22nd of Jestha, 2076) by Constitutional and Federal Law Research Center (CFLRC) and Civil Law and Human Rights Research Center (CLHRRC), National Law College (NaLC) in association with Manipal University Jaipur. The speaker of the webinar was…

LOCKDOWN EXPERIENCE OF NALCIANS

The Government of Nepal announced an extension to the nationwide lock down for at least one additional week, until 2359 hours on April 15, 2020.  Per the lock down order all residents and visitors in Kathmandu are required to remain in their place of residence.  All movement on the roads, by vehicle and on foot,…

Exhaustion of Domestic/Local Remedies

The “exhaustion of domestic remedies” principal refers to the general requirement that victims that a foreign national allegedly harmed by a state first use the judicial or administrative complaint procedures available under national law before seeking diplomatic protection or initiating international proceedings directly against the state. While the specific remedies available vary…

Survey report regarding the effects of COVID-19 in Nepal

E-Journal Committee of National Law College had conducted an online survey where 7 questions regarding government decisions and initiatives and the way people are spending their lives during this crisis had been asked with the intention of finding out what people think about the scenario we are going through. Here is the report of the survey that was conducted.

Message from the Editorial board

As stated by the World Health Organization, a pandemic is the worldwide spread of a new disease which is COVID since 2019. Corona Virus Disease is a current pandemic that has been flowing worldwide with 1,796,415 cases, 110,030 death case and 412,102 recovered cases as on 12th April 2020 (8:50 pm). The awareness activity has…

The threat of Hunger over Virus

Despite a number of attempts to tackle it, poverty in Nepal is a rampant phenomenon and the outbreak of COVID-19 has made the situation worst.

Secrets of Meditation and Seven Chakras in Human Body:

“Just as different frequencies of light that enter the brain are interpreted by the brain as different colors, the 7 chakras, by refracting subtle energy, break it down into impressions that radiate and impact on a person.”

Webinar on Tort Law and its Relevance during COVID-19

The fourth Edition of Webinar was conducted on 9th June 2020 by Civil Law and Human Rights Research Center (CLHRRC), National Law College (NaLC) on Tort Law and its Relevance during COVID-19. The speaker of this webinar was Advocate Rastra Bimochan Timalsena…

CORONA: An invisible Frenemy

Hurrying to reach colleges in time, Gossiping with friends in between class lecture at nine, Enjoying street foods, adding them to stories. Having fun with group of friends with zero regrets…

To Love and Be Loved

There are individuals that sleep in fear of showing their true identity to the world because they simply fear that society won’t accept them for having a different sexual orientation. Society advocates that individuals should be ready to be pleased with who they’re, but yet…

Civil Law and Human Rights Sessions, Edition 3:

Civil Law and Human Rights Research Center (CLHRRC), National Law College organized third edition of Civil Law and Human Rights Sessions on 31st May, 2020. The topic of the edition was “COVID-19 & Domestic Violence”. The guest speaker for the session was…

Civil Law and Human Rights Sessions, Edition 2:

28th May, 2020. The topic of the edition was “COVID-19 & Migrant Workers”. The guest speaker for the session was Human Rights Lawyer, Mr. Anurag Devkota from Law and Policy Forum for Social Justice (LAPSOJ)

Civil Law and Human Rights Sessions, Edition 1:

Civil Law and Human Rights Research Center (CLHRRC), National Law College organized first edition of Civil Law and Human Rights Sessions on 24th May, 2020. The topic of the edition was “COVID-19 & Prisoners’ Rights”. The guest speaker for the session was…

Plummet In Fondness

It was a ride without those warning signs and bells, There weren’t any boards or any signals, All I knew was these mixed signals that I see and got more and more confused, And here at this moment nor I can control nor I can manage…

खुल्ला प्रेमपत्र!!!

तिमी फूल हैनौँ, तर फूल भन्दा कम पनि छैनौँ, तिमी म हैनौँ, तर म भन्दा फरक पनि छैनौँ।। यत्रतत्र सर्वत्र उपलब्ध यो प्रेमपत्रको तिमीलाई मुख्य पात्र बनाएको छु…

Mental Health Amid COVID-19 Pandemic

As Corona Virus continues its spread across the world with more than 7.14 million confirmed cases, more than 408,000 people losing their lives, an imperceptible battle is emanating…

कोलाहल

-सागर चापागाईं (बी.ए.एल.एल.बी,पहिलो सेमेस्टर) ए रोक न रोक!     ए रोक न रोक!! मेरा यी कुरा त सुन कति आतुर हो तिमी  यी कुरा पूरा त सुन! छन जरुरी यिनी  अलिकति भएपनि कुरा यी अधुरा त सुन। सोध्छु म आज केही…. हे युवा तिमिले कष्ट गर्नुको के अर्थ छ र? जवानी यो तिम्रो नष्ट गर्नुको के…

बाहिर धेरै दु:ख छ

-श्रीया तिमल्सिना (बी.ए.एल.एल.बी,दोस्रो सेमेस्टर) घर भित्रै बस तिमीबाहिर धेरै दु:ख छ केही दिन अघि बसिदिने गर्थ्यौअब देखी बस्ने गरअर्काको लागी बसिरहे थियौअब आफ्नै लागि बस। आकाश अझै निलो हुँदै छ, पवन अझै सितल हुँदै छ,घाम अझै न्यानो हुँदै छ, रात अझै रमणीय हुँदै छतर तिमी भित्रै बस हैबाहिर धेरै दु:ख छ। मन सायद अशान्त होला…

CORPORAL PUNISHMENT FOR CHILDREN

-Apekshya Pandey, 5th Semester Unveiling the socially accepted and widely overlooked violence against children In terms of facing reality with violence against children, we incline all our thoughts and attention to cases of death, rape and trafficking of children. But while doing so, we tend to overlook the more common and familiar issue of violence…

A Brief Introduction to Alternative Dispute Resolution

-Jyoti Singh Bhandari Commonly known through its abbreviation ADR, Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) in simple terms refers to the process of settling the dispute outside the court or among the parties. ADR is not a new concept in the oriental society as the various local level authorities i.e. Panchali, Panchabhaladmi existed since time immemorial. The…

It’s “DON’T JUDGE” rather than, “Don’t Judge a book by its cover”

–Sanjula Karki (Fifth year, B.A.LL.B.) Don’t judge someone based on their looks, attributes, their lifestyle and sense of humor. If a woman feels comfortable wearing a sleeveless dress, don’t prejudge her as a woman with loose character. If a guy is fully covered with tattoos, don’t jump into conclusions categorizing him as absurd as if…

Law of Attraction: The Power to unlock the universe inside of you

Sirisha Shrestha (Fifth Year, B.A.LL.B.) The law of attraction is the ability to attract into our lives whatever we are focusing on. It is believed that regardless of age, nationality or religious belief, we are all susceptible to laws which govern the universe, including the law of attraction. It uses the power of the mind…