Professor Hari Bansh Jha, a well regarded Nepali scholar, is the Executive Director of the Centre for Economic and Technical Studies, Lalitpur, Nepal.

Contributions 
Why Culturally Pluralistic Nations in Nepal? A sizeable chunk of the population in Nepal, including the Madheshis, Janajatis and Dalits have been raising their concerns about an identity crisis. They feel that they are not being treated equally by the state in the matter of their representation...

Restructuring Power Equation: Rise of Indigenists means fall of Communism in Nepal Ever since the end of the autocratic Rana regime in Nepal in 1951, the country has had seven constitutions. Yet, none of the constitutions survived for more than a decade or so in this country. During the last seven decades, the country witnessed dif...

Nepalese Budget 2021-22: Whiter Madhesh? As the parliament in Nepal was dissolved by President Bidya Devi Bhandari on May 22 to pave the way for the mid-term elections in November, a week later, on May 29, in a televised address Finance Minister Bishnu Poudel presented the annual budget pl...

Nepal Urges International Community to help in fight against COVID-19 Being helpless to control the unbridled growth in coronavirus cases, the Nepalese Prime Minister, K.P. Sharma Oli has appealed to the international community to help the Himalayan nation by supplying vaccines, coronavirus testing kits, oxygen kits, I...

Monographs/Compendiums 
India’s Economic Miracle & Nepal The book “India’s Economic Miracle and Nepal” reiterates the time-tested view that no two countries of the world are as close to each other, particularly at the people-to-people level, as Nepal and India. The relationship between both countries...

The Janajati of Nepal ... Janajati groups in Nepal are neither culturally homogeneous nor are they so linguistically ... migrants from other geographical regions, they form the largest cluster ethnic group as their share in the country’s total population is 35.6 percent...

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