Kathmandu, Feb. 24 -- The morning afterNepal's Supreme Court reinstated the Lower Housethat had been dissolved by Prime Minister K P Oli two months ago, the mood in Kathmandu is of a calm before another storm.

The past two months since theHouse dissolution on 20 Decemberhad been punctuated with daily demonstrations and rallies on the streets by supporters of Oli and his arch rival in the Nepal Communist Party, Pushpa Kamal Dahal.

Overnight, the reality has sunk in thatthe Supreme Court decision,while bringing derailed politics back on track, has opened up more uncertainties that will keep Nepal unstable into the near future.

A lot will hinge on whether Prime Minsiter K P Oli resigns, as his enemies have been demanding, or if he decides...