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Volume

Contents

Page No.

Volume 11 (2019)

Call for papers

 
Volume 10 (2018)

In Press

 

Volume 09 (2017)

Articles

  • On Capital Punishment —Prof. Faizan Mustafa & Yogesh Pratap Singh
1
  • Collegium and Appointment of Judges at Supreme Court: Has Supreme Court Become Imperium in Imperio —Abhishek Mishra
18
  • Development and Participation under the New Land Acquisition Legislation: A Paradigm Shift or A Safety Valve —AmitaPunj
42

  • Stem Cell Patents and Related Policy Issues in Biotechnological Research —Manish Singh &Shambhavi Mishra
56

  • Social Audit of Child Care Institutions (CCIs): Experiences from Uttar Pradesh —Kumar Askand Pandey & Anurag Bhaskar
70
  • The Challenges and Prospects of International Commercial Arbitration in India —PrasenjitKundu
87
  • Critique of the Jurisprudential Case Against the Constitutional Socio-Economic Rights —Manwendra Kumar Tiwari
101
  • Human Right to Primary Education in India: Are We Achieving the Objective of RTE? A Study of Slum Children in the City of Ludhiana, Punjab —Aman A. Cheema
119
  • Reasonable Accommodation of the Differently Abled – Expanding The Horizons Towards More ‘Meaningful’ Accommodation —Aparna Singh &Ashna Singh K
132
  •  Role of TRIPS in Transfer of Environmentally Sound Technologies to Developing and Least Developed Countries —Mohammad Umar
146
  • A Critique of The Judicial Standards and Accountability Bill, 2012 —Priyanka Majumdar
159
  • Cyber Stalking and the Plight of Women in India - A Legal Perspective —Archana Sarma
175
  • Fostering Inclusive Growth Through A Thrust on Women Entrepreneurship —Mitali Tiwari
193
Volume 08 (2016)

Articles

 
  • The Extra Judicial Killing by the Law Enforcement Agencies     in Bangladesh: The Role of Judiciary and the National Human Rights Commission —Rakiba Nabi & Hasan Muhammed Roman

01

  • Setting Socio-Economic Rights in the Context of Human Dignity in India —Uday Shankar

20

  • Fight Against Terror & Financial Privacy: Striking the Right Balance —Kumar Askand Pandey

31

  • The Scheduled Tribes and Other Traditional Forest Dwellers (Recognition of Forest Rights) Act, 2006: An Insight from the Field —Shailja Singh

48

  • Need for A New Criminal Procedure Code in India Due to Increasing Crime Rate —Manish Singh & Shashank Singhal

60

  • Appraising Stamp Duties: A Comparative Analysis —Dominic Asada & Matthew Adefi Olong

73

  • Kashmir in the United Nations —Vandana Singh

87

  • Judging Human Condition: Illustrations and Exposition from Hamlet and Justice —Alka Singh

102

  • Co-Operative Federalism in India: An Analysis in Light of Recent Trends —Shankey Agrawal

112

  •  The Mental Healthcare Bill, 2016: A Cure or a Mere Palliative? —Isha Yadav

134

  • Judicial Response to Surrogacy Arrangements —Richa Saxena

148

  • Bureau of Energy Efficiency: India’s Institutional Regime to Conserve Energy —Priya Anuragini

167

  • Liabilities of Intermediaries and Safe Harbours under Cyber Law Regime in India —Vipull Vinod

182

  • Judicial Accountability: Need of Hour —Mahendra Singh Paswan

192

  • Enabling the Disabled: Ensuring Equality by Social Construction and Reasonable Adjustments in Indo-UK Context —Amritpal Kaur

200

  • State Approach and Film Censorship —Aman Deep Singh

215

  • Prosecutors as Gate Keepers of Criminal Justice Administration in India —Radheshyam Prasad

222

  • The Finality and the Fairness in International Commercial Arbitration: A Paradox in International Arbitral Awards —Prasenjit Kundu

233

Book Review:

  • International Investment Law: Reconciling Policy and Principle—Abdullah Nasir

253

Volume 07 (2015)

  • Paris Climate Agreement: A Victory or Defeat of Climate Justice —Prof. (Dr.) Gurdip Singh

01

 

  • Appraising Armed Conflict on Women and The Response in International Law —A. Borokini & Matthew Olong 

15

  • Appointment and Transfer of Judges in India: A Tale of Unsettled Law —Atul Kumar Tiwari 

30

  • Copyright and Third Sector —Rodney. D. Ryder & Sreenivasulu N.S. 

39

  • Brain Science, Juvenile Delinquency and the Juvenile Justice (Care and Protection of Children) Act, 2015: A Critique —Dr. Kumar Askand Pandey 

54

  • Shades of Life Imprisonment and The Issue of Primacy Between Union and State in Releasing Life Convicts in India —Manwendra Kumar Tiwari 

65

  • Right to Information Vis-a-Vis Privacy Right: Balancing of Interest —Dr. Aparna Singh 

81

  • A Comparative Analysis of The Consultative Process in Appointment of Judges in Higher Judiciary —Dr. Rangin Pallav Tripathy 

94

  • Revisiting The Law of Sedition in India: A Critical Study in The Light of The JNU FIASCO —Ankit Singh 

112

  • The Virtue of Rule of Law —Dr. Rabindra Kr. Pathak 

121

  • Judicial Appointment: Retrospect and prospect —Mahendra Singh Paswan 

131

  • Civil Adjudication In Cyber Law —Vipull Vinod 

142

  • Democratic Decentralisation in the State of Uttar Pradesh: Experience, Emerging Concerns, Challenges and Prospects —Dr. Yogesh Pratap Singh & Mr. Ayaz Ahmad 

152

  • Understanding effect of Globalisation and Gender Based Aspect of Acid Violence in India —Ankita Yadav 

170

  • The Burgeoning Appellate Jurisdiction of The Supreme Court of India - An Analysis —B. Muthu Kumar 

187

  • The Role of United Nation’s Environment Programme [UNEP] in International Environmental Law Making —H M Sumanth  

207

Volume 06 (2014)

Articles:

  • Exploring Human Rights in the New Literatures in English: Select Propositions ---Dr Alka Singh

01

  • Fake Encounters & States’ Lawlessness; Human Rights Perspective ---Dr. Ashish Kumar Srivastava 

07

  • Right to Free Speech in the Internet Era: Avoiding Chilling Effect in India--- Dr. Atul Kumar Tiwari 

14

  • Appreciation of Electronic Evidence: A Critique of Judicial Approach ---Kumar Askand Pandey 

24

  • Adjudication of Socio-Economic Rights under the Indian Constitution: Quest for a Legitimate, Principled and Efficient Model--- Manwendra Kumar Tiwari 

39

  • Framework for Curbing Corruption in Nigeria: The Anti-Corruption Act Vis-À-Vis The Limits of Law.--- Matthew Adefi Olong 

56

  • Understanding Impact Assessment of Law: A Study with Reference to Constitution 73rd Amendment Act ---Sanjay Singh & Bhupendra B. Singh 

71

  • The crisis in the International Nuclear Order- How sustainable is the Non- Proliferation Treaty (NPT) centered INO?--- Dr. Vandana Singh 

88

Case Comment

  • IRCTC v. TV Today Network Limited -----Debasis Poddar

98

Volume 03-05 (2011-13)

   Articles:

 

  • Climate Justice: Global Efforts and Indian Response---Prof. Gurdip Singh                   

1

  • Clinical Trials In India: Emerging Legall and Ethical Issues---

19

  • Prof. Vinod Shankar Mishra
  • Misleading Advertisements and Exploitation of Consumers: Is The Law Silent?---Prof. Rajiv Khare and Pratima Singh Parihar

48

  • Patent Eligible Products and Processes: Legal Perspective and
  • Reforms---Prof. Ghayur Alam

66

  • Corporate Environmental Criminal Liability in India: Reality Or Myth---Prof. C.M. Jariwala    

98

  • Improving Urban Governance: Role of The State in The Changing Paradigm---Prof. Amar Pal Singh

118

  • Environmental Ethics – Anthropocentric to Eco-Centric Approach: A Paradigm Shift---Prof. Satish C. Shastri

128

  • ‘Strikes’ and ‘Lockouts’ In India: Judicial Perspectives---Prof. Bushan Tilak Kaul

138

 
  • Section 375 Fourthly Of Indian Penal Code, 1860: A Tale of Judicial Misinterpretation---Dr. Kumar Askand Pandey

158

Book Review:

  • Judicial Reflections of Justice Bhagwati ----- Prof. C. M. Jariwala
  •   Law Profession – My Experiences & Expectations ----- Manwendra 
    Kumar Tiwari

176
182

Volume 02 (2010)

Articles:

  • Development of the Prison System in South Africa---Prof. Shanta B. Singh

1

  • Human Rights, Ethics and Prison Administration in India: A Critical Overview---Prof. Arvind Tiwari

43

  • Crime Mapping and Law Enforcement-Scope and Applications---Prof. G.S.Bajpai

62

  • Human Right Jurisprudence in the Context of Child Labour --- Prof. Kumkum Kishore

69

  • Juvenile Justice System in India-An Attempt at Reformation---Dr. Rupam Jagota

83

  • Judicial Delineation of Counter Terror Legislations: A Critical Study---Namrta Rastogi and Anurag Deep

97

  • Punishment – An Overview---Dr. A.N. Singh

112

  • Notes and Comments:

  • Human Rights and Morality in Public Life --- Prof. Balraj Chauhan

131

  • “They also serve who only stand and wait”: A Critique of Priya of Priya Patel V. State of M. P. and ANR, AIR 2006 SC 2639--- Kumar Askand Pandey

135

  • Can Punishment be justified? ---Dr. Mridul Srivastava

145

  • Prisons: A General view ---Dr. Anjula Rajvanshi and Capt. Poonam Lakhanpal

152

  • Lok Adalats: An Instrument of Distributive Justice --- Ms. Bindu Sangra

157

  • Comparative advertising under Indian Penal System: Opportunities and Challenges ---Pawan Kumar Pandey

165

Book Review:

  • Legal Regulation of Hazardous Substances ----- Prof. C. M. Jariwala
  •   In the Public Interest ----- Prof. C. M. Jariwala
  • Copyright Law for Librarians and Educators--- Manish Kumar Bajpai

178
183
192

Volume 01 (2008)

Articles:

 

  • Human Rights and the Environment ---Justice D M Dharmadhikari

01

  • Sustainable Management of Coast : Reality or Dream?---Prof. P. Leelakrishanan

07

  • Indigenous People : A ‘Historical Mistake Rectified’ Myth Or Reality?---Prof. Satish C. Shastri

17

  • Sustainable Development : International and National Perspective---Prof Gurdip Singh and Amrita

31

  • Changing Base of Indian Environmental Law--- Prof. C.M. Jariwala

48

  • Select Legal Controls of Hazardous Waste Management : A Little Done; Vast Undone---Rajiv Khare

66

  • Forest Dwellers’ Rights Unbder the Forest Laws: Recent Developments---Dr. Ali Mehdi

78

  • Creating Infrastructure for Management of Surface Water-Issues and challenges faced by A.P.Government---K. Vidyullatha Reddy

95

  •    Techno Science Issues In Water Pollution Litigations : The  Supreme Court Approach---Dr. Vinod Shanker Mishra                  

104

  •    Legal Protection of the Ozone Layer – An Enquiry---Dr   Shabnam Mahlawat & Amrita Bahri

122

  •   Green Courts In India---Geetanjoy Sahu

141

Book Review:

  • Environmental Law in India----- Prof. C. M. Jariwala
  • Global Warming. There is still time to act--- Vandana Singh

146
153