Judicial System of Nepal

The Judicial System of Nepal has believes in an independent, impartial, and competent judiciary and the concept of the rule of law, and establish a prosperous country. An independent judiciary, imaginative by the executive division of the government of Nepal. Judicial System of Nepal developed by its own judicial system, custom, and practices, and it … Read more

Legal provision (law) related Untouchability and Discrimination of Nepal

Untouchability is a world-wide socio-cultural problem mostly on basis of race. In Nepal, Dalits form the groups which have received the most inhuman treatment and maltreatment from the so-called ‘high castes’ through caste-based discrimination, including untouchability. In practice, untouchability means avoidance of physical contact with persons of lower castes grounded in the caste system of … Read more

Sting operation quashed by Supreme Court of Nepal (With full text)

On April 21, 2021, the Supreme Court of Nepal has ruled that the Commission for Investigation of Abuse of Authority (CIAA) cannot conduct a sting operation to arrest a bribe-taker. In the case of 074-WC-0020, the Constitutional Bench of the Supreme court declared null and void to the provisions of Rule 30 of the Commission … Read more

Hurt and Grievous Hurt with reference of Nepali/Nepalese law

Hurt might described as the substantial suffering which is brought about by actual contact with the body by a forced assault. There is no severe distinction between attack and hurt. Hurt: As per section 191 (2) of the National Penal Code, 2017 (hereinafter “NPC”), a person who does any or some of the following action to … Read more

What type good/Baggage can carry a international traveler (From to Nepal)

Rules Regarding baggage for international travelers from-to Nepal According to subsection (3) of section 9 of the Customs Act 2064 (2007), there are some rules regarding baggage for international travelers. The government of Nepal has issued this notice the ‘Baggage Rules’. This rule governed the customs duty applicable on the personal goods, accompanied or unaccompanied. … Read more

Citizenships of Nepal | Nepali Nagarikata

Introduction to citizenship Citizens are an essential element of the nation. Citizens are those who have all the social, civic, economic, personal, political and other duties that can be obtained from the state and have certain duties. The constitution of Nepal ensures the rights citizenship and nationality. It stated that no citizen of Nepal deprived … Read more

What does mean Criminal Law ?

This is an issue that’s astonishingly troublesome to answer. Most people would imagine the criminal law to be concerning murders, assaults, and thefts, which of course, it is; however the scope of criminal law is wider than this. Criminal also includes crimes against public morals, environmental offenses, and traffic offenses. It’s the values and culture … Read more

Major changes in Labor Law (Labor Act, 2074) of Nepal

The new Labor Act, 2017 (2074) come into force by repealing the Labor Act of Nepal, 2048. This Act has seen changes in arrangements for the rights, interests, offices, and wellbeing of all laborers utilized in various undertakings or various areas. Find out about the furthest down the line changes to work and employment law … Read more

Nepal want to control freedom of express through Guideline relating regulation of social media (With Full Guideline)

The Government of Nepal prepares guidelines relating to regulate and control social media, 2077. The Ministry of Communications and Information Technology is preparing the draft of guidelines to regulate the freedom of expression. After failing to pass the Information Technology Bill in 2020 by the Federal Parliament of Nepal, the guideline is being prepared. Information … Read more