Number of items: 11.
Constitutional Nationalism and Legal Exclusion - Equality, Identity Politics and Democracy in Nepal (1990-2007).
Delhi: Oxford University Press.
'Constitutional Developments in a Himalayan Kingdom: The Experience of Nepal.'
In: Khilnani, S. and Raghavan, V. and Thiruvengadam, A., (eds.),
Comparative Constitutionalism in South Asia.
New Delhi: Oxford University Press.
Rasarantnam, Madurika and Malagodi, Mara
'Eyes wide shut: persistent conflict and liberal peace-building in Nepal and Sri Lanka.'
Conflict, Security and Development, 12 (3).
'Constitutional Change and the Quest for Legal Inclusion in Nepal.'
In: Harvey, Colin and Schwartz, Alexander, (eds.),
Rights in Divided Societies.
Hart Publishing, pp. 169-195.
'The End of a National Monarchy: Nepal’s Recent Constitutional Transition from Hindu Kingdom to Secular Federal Republic.'
Studies in Ethnicity and Nationalism, 11 (2).
'Nepal’s Difficult Constitutional Transition.'
'The Cost of Reconciliation - Impunity and Accountability in Post-Conflict Nepal.'
Law & Society Trust Review, 21 (275-27).
'Minority Rights and Constitutional Borrowings in the Drafting of Nepal's 1990 Constitution.'
European Bulletin of Himalayan Research, 37.
'Review of Ali Riaz and Subho Basu, 'Paradise Lost? State Failure in Nepal' (Lanham: Lexington Books, 2007).'
South Asia Research, 29
'Forging the Nepali Nation through Law: A Reflection on the Use of Western Legal Tools in a Himalayan Kingdom.'
Studies in Ethnicity and Nationalism, 8 (3).
'Book review of Michael J. Hutt (ed.), 'Himalayan People’s War. Nepal’s Maoist Rebellion' (London: Hurst, 2004).'
South Asia Research, 25