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…

‘झटारो’

-मन्जिल कन्दङवा (बी.ए.एलएल.बी तेस्रो सिमेष्टर) देशमा पानी जहाज, रेल आउँदैै छझापा (दामक)मा अरबौँ, अरबको विकासे बजेटअझै पनि, सरकारले केही विकास गरेन भनेको सुन्दामलाई आश्चर्य लाग्छ, मलाई ताजुब लाग्छ । सम्माननीय पद, अपमाननीय फैसलाभयो न्याययीक टिप्पणी, अदालतको अवहेलना रे !न्यायलयलाई अन्यायलयमा रुपानतरण गरेको देख्दामलाई आश्चर्य लाग्छ, मलाई ताजुब लाग्छ । थाहा पाए; अरबौँको भ्रष्टचार हुन लागेको,…

An Unfortunate Hierarchy

It is notably accepted that Civil and Political rights are considered the ‘first generation’ rights which are associated with the eighteenth century ‘Declarations on the Rights of Man’, whereas…

Happiness

Everybody has their own views regarding happiness, some say that happiness is peace of mind which is achieved by following your heart whereas other people say that the path to achieve happiness is success. So, I always thought of having…

RIGHT TO BE FORGOTTEN

More than ever, these days our lives have been highly dependent upon digitalization. The internet has been known to be the greatest blessing however, the content we post and upload here are ubiquitous. Do we have the right to control over such information about us? The answer is yes, but to what limit is the real deal in this context…

रातो मच्छिन्द्रनाथको सुसंस्कृत इतिहास

मच्छिन्द्रनाथ सबै धर्मावलम्बीद्वारा समान रूपले पूजित रही एउटै परब्रहृमाको रूपमा मानिएका छन्। पाटनबाट बुङमती लैजाँदा सहरबाट अलि पर रहेको अवस्थित चौधौं शताब्दी तिरै बनाइएको बुङगमतीको शिखरशैलीको मन्दिरमा राखिन्छ। नेपालमा रातो मच्छिन्द्रनाथलाई बाहेक…

3rd National Law College Fresher’s Moot Court Competition 2020

Prashamsa Ghimire, Editor On 1st September 2020, National Law College (NaLC) in collaboration with the Moot Court and Model United Nations Committee (MCMUNC) organized the 3rd edition of NaLC Fresher’s Moot Court Competition via virtual platforms like Zoom and Google Meet amidst the global COVID-19 pandemic and lockdown. There were total of 11 registrations out…

Corruption in Federalism

Rukmani Khadka Federalism is a territorial distribution of power based on the sharing of sovereignty between central (usually national) bodies and peripheral ones. The key feature of federalism is the decentralization of political power so as to establish a political order between multiple states and one center. In Nepal, throughout the several years, people were…

Breast-tax; Outrage of women’s modesty

“The  breast tax (Mulakkaram) was a tax imposed on the lower caste (Shudra) and untouchable (Dalit) Hindu women by the kingdom of Travancore (in the present day of Kerala state of India) if they wanted to cover their breasts in public, until 1924.” -Shreejana Raut (B.A.LL.B., Third Semester) Throughout history, kings and governments had imposed…

Experience of Semi-Finalist of GD-Goenka Moot Court competition

-Jyoti Sharma GD Goenka University School of Law organized an International Virtual Moot Court Competition on August 8-9, 2020. The Team of Bandita Regmi, Rukmani Khadka and Shaksham Shahi from National Law College participated in this competition appeared to be the semi-finalist of the competition. E-Journal Committee would like to congratulate the team for a…

In Conversation with the Runners up of GD- Goenka Moot Court Competition

-Shiwanee Shree Pant GD Goenka University has successfully organized and hosted moot court competitions in the past with the objective of helping law students learn the art of advocacy. Due to COVID-19, this year the competition was held virtually. With a total of 17 teams participating, the competition took place on the 8th and 9th…

यसो गरे कसो होला?

-श्रीया तिमल्सिना (बी. ए. एल. एल. बी, दोस्रो सेमेस्टर) थाकेर आएकी श्रीमतीलाई भैगो तिमी आराम गर आज म भान्सा हेर्छु भन्दिउँ न घरको कामले आजित भएकी आमालाई आज म लुगा धुन्छु भन्दिउँ न तिम्रै परिवार पाल्न खाडीमा गा’की श्रीमतीलाई अर्कैसङ्ग लागि नभन्दिउँ न तैलेँ कमाएर मलाई हेपिस् भन्नूको साटो तिमीले मेरो घर श्रिङ्गारेउ भन्दिउँ न…

In Conversation with the Organizers of NaLC MUN 2020

-Shiwanee Shree Pant National Law College (NaLC) organized the second edition of NaLC MUN on August 6-7, 2020. The NaLC MCMUN committee was the organizer of the event. Organizing the first international inter law college virtual MUN must have been a difficult task. So, we asked the organizing committee for their experience with the NaLC…

12th edition of Civil Law and Human Rights Sessions.

Prashamsa Ghimire Civil Law and Human Rights Research Center, National Law College had organized Civil Law and Human Rights Sessions’ 12th Edition on the topic, “Role of Local Government in Covid-19 prevention and quarantine management”. The session was held on 21st July, 2020, Tuesday through Zoom. Advocate Alok Pokharel, Law Lecturer and a Constitutional Legal…

11th Edition of Civil Law and Human Rights Session on Protecting the vulnerability from misinformation while creating the public communication platform

Priya Lamichhane Dated on 19th July 2020, CLHRRC conducted the eleventh edition of civil law and human rights sessions on the topic, “Impact of COVID-19 on freedom of speech and public participation”. The guest speaker was Mr. Prakat Khati whereas Miss Dikshya Adhikari moderated the session. Mr. Prakat Khati is an MPP candidate at the…

COVID-19 and Mental Health: Edition 14, Civil Law and Human Right Sessions

-Jyoti Sharma Webinar on COVID-19 and mental health was conducted on 28th July, 2020 (13th of Shrawan, 2077) by Civil Law and Human Rights Research Center (CLHRRC), National Law College (NaLC). The speaker of this program was Physician Rachna Tiwari. She is Clinical Assistant Professor at University of Wisconsin Madison William S. Middleton Memorial Veterans…

Childhood Trauma

-Sirisha Shrestha, BALLB, 5th year Childhood trauma isn’t something you just get over as you grow up. Most of the people who have had a traumatic and cruel childhood, were left beaten and unloved with the repeated stress of abuse; and were neglected by their parents struggle with mental health or substance abuse. When they…