Kathmandu, Jan. 19 -- One sure sign that Nepal's politics is once more heating up can be discerned these days at the workshop of Mihtila Printing Suppliers in Bagbazar.

The factory cannot churn out party flags and banners fast enough for the many street demonstrations that are taking place against Prime Minister K P Oli's dissolution of the Lower House.

Whether it is the anti-Oli faction of the Nepal Communist Party (NCP), the opposition Nepali Congress (NC), the Hindu-right Rastriya Prajatantra Party (RPP) or the Janata Samajbadi Party (JSP), they are all on the streets.

Even supporters of Prime Minster Oli' s faction of the NCP have been holding their own rallies across the country, and they are already behaving as if they are on the...