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Current State of Constitutional Justice Part II

Current State of Constitutional Justice Part II

(A Review of Important Decisions by the Constitutional Bench of the Supreme Court) Published by Nepal Law Society As a follow-up to the first review, this resource book is an outcome of a review of case completion rates, regularity of the hearing process and performance of the Constitutional Bench over the years from 2015 to 2021. It provides…

Current State of Constitutional Justice

Current State of Constitutional Justice

(A Review of Important Decisions by the Constitutional Bench of the Supreme Court) Published by Nepal Law Society This review of the decisions of the Constitutional Bench provides in-depth analysis of a selection of cases brought to the Bench from its inception since 2015 to 2018. The book is a resource for the Constitutional Bench itself for more…

Rananitik Yojana (2076-2081)

Rananitik Yojana (2076-2081)

Stratetic Plan (2076-2081) Published by Municipal Association of Nepal (MuAN) ‘Strategic Plan’ is the guiding strategy document to embolden the position, structure and function of Municipal Association of Nepal. It will cater to meeting the association’s long-term vision, goals and ambitions within the federated structure of Nepal. This five-year strategic workplan contributes towards protecting and supporting implementation of…

Bittiya Sanghiyata ra sthaniya yojana (Sthaniya Sarkarkalagi Srot Pustika)

Bittiya Sanghiyata ra sthaniya yojana (Sthaniya Sarkarkalagi Srot Pustika)

Fiscal Federalism and Local Level Planning (Resource booklet for local governments) Published by National Association of Rural Municipalities in Nepal (NARMIN) Fiscal Federalism and Local Level Planning is a guidebook for elected local representatives and other authorities and personnel in local government for formulating periodic plans and budgets at the local level. It supports prioritization and resource estimation…

Samsadiya Sarokar (Prakriya ra Upayogi Sawal)

Samsadiya Sarokar (Prakriya ra Upayogi Sawal)

Parliamentary Concern (Process and Useful Question) Published by National Forum of Parliamentarians on Population and Development (NFPPD) – Nepal under the Local Governments Strengthening Program Parliamentary Concern is a resource for parliamentarians for drafting and discussing bills surrounding infrastructure development, gender and social inclusion (GESI) and public administration. It also informs about the budget-formulation process.  This booklet provides…

Tikapur Municipality

Situated in the Kailali district of Sudurpaschim Province, Tikapur Municipality was established in 1997 AD. As per the decision of the Council of Ministers on March 10, 2013, the former Tikapur Municipality, Narayanpur and Dhansinghpur VDCs have been relocated. The present Greater Tikapur Municipality has been established by merging in one place. Karnali river flows on the East of the municipality while India lies on the South. Most people in the municipality are engaged in Agriculture and few are employed in Trade and Service.

Tansen Municipality

Tansen Municipality is also the district headquarters of Palpa in the northwestern hill of Lumbini Province. The municipality was established in 1950 AD, and it is considered the third oldest municipality in the country. It is famous for its natural beauty along with many historical monuments and diverse cultural heritage. Butwal, the sub-metropolitan city of Rupandehi district is close to the Tansen Municipality within a driving distance of 41km.

Mithila Municipality

Mithila is a municipality in Danusha District of south-eastern Terai area in Nepal. After the government announcement, the municipality was established on 2 December 2014 by merging the existing Begadawar, Nakatajhijh and Dhalkebar village development committees (VDCs).

Damak Municipality

Established in 1990, Damak municipality lies in the Jhapa district in the south-eastern Terai of Province 1. It is the second-largest city (area 75.85 km.sq.) of the district after Birtamode. This municipality touches Morang district in the West and Ilam District in the North. Mahendra Highway (the longest highway in Nepal) crosses this municipality.

Birendranagar Municiplaity

Birendranagar Municipality is in the Surkhet District of Karnali province. It was named in honor of the late King Birendra who had established the municipality in 1976 AD. Historically, Birendranagar and the surrounding area of Surkhet used to be the land of Tharu, Magar, and Local Rajhi. However, the region has seen increased migration from the surrounding mountain regions as well as other parts of the country.

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