Hari Bansh Jha

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  • Hari Bansh Jha was ICCR Fellow at the Institute for Defence Studies and Analyses, New Delhi.

    Nepal's New Constitution: An Analysis from the Madheshi Perspective

    Nepal's New Constitution: An Analysis from the Madheshi Perspective

    What the country needs is goodwill and support from all stakeholders inside and outside to move the reconciliation process forward and build on the peace, and all at the right pace.

    September 24, 2015

    Nepal–India Cooperation in River Water Management

    There is a perception in certain quarters that Nepal was not given due share in the three major water deals between Nepal and India, namely the Kosi Agreement, the Gandak Treaty and the Mahakali Treaty. However, these projects were found to be mutually advantageous to both Nepal and India. If there was any shortcoming in the Kosi Agreement or the Gandak Treaty, it was due to the lack of experience on the part of India. As and when the need was felt, India reciprocated the Nepalese sentiments by way of making revisions in the treaty/agreement.

    March 2013

    Indian Economic Miracle: A Model for Nepal

    Fellows' Seminar
    April 20, 2012
    1030 to 1300 hrs

    Nepal-China Relations and its Implications for India

    Fellows' Seminar
    February 03, 2012
    1030 to 1300 hrs

    India's Economic Miracle and its Impact on Nepal

    For a long time, it was common practice to term the rate of economic growth in India the ‘Hindu rate of growth’—a derogatory term for the low growth rate of the economy.

    January 2012

    Tibetan Waters: A Source of Cooperation or Conflict?

    Lower riparian countries likely to be affected by China’s construction of dams and river diversion projects in Tibet need to initiate a bilateral or multilateral dialogue with China.

    September 30, 2011

    Diversion of the Brahmaputra: Myth or Reality?

    Lower riparian countries must develop sound strategies to bring China to the negotiating table with a view to stopping it from further damming or diverting the waters of the Brahmaputra or any other river originating in Tibet and flowing into South Asia.

    August 09, 2011

    Benefits of the Pegging Arrangement Between Nepali and Indian Currencies

    In the existing situation, any effort to do away with the pegging arrangement would further invite capital flight from Nepal and thus affect business, trade and other economic activities.

    July 21, 2011

    Averting the 'Lehman Momentum' in Nepal

    The health of Nepal’s banking and financial institutions has deteriorated drastically, causing panic among a section of depositors and government institutions.

    July 18, 2011