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.
'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.
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).
'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).
'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.
'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).
'Review of Ali Riaz and Subho Basu, 'Paradise Lost? State Failure in Nepal' (Lanham: Lexington Books, 2007).'
South Asia Research, 29
'Book review of Michael J. Hutt (ed.), 'Himalayan People’s War. Nepal’s Maoist Rebellion' (London: Hurst, 2004).'
South Asia Research, 25
'Nepal’s Difficult Constitutional Transition.'