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  • Dutta, Deboleena (National Law University and Judicial Academy, Assam2018-06-01, )
    Judiciary, the justice delivery system resorted to by the common man for his legal and moral rights are at its zenith in Indian democracy. It is seen as the epitome of justice delivery system in India. But there has been ...
  • Talukdar, Arunav (National law University and Judicial Academy, Assam2018-06-01, )
    The right to freedom of speech and expression is very essential in a democracy and so is the freedom of the press. It creates an opportunity for free discussion of issues. There is always a need for these kinds of rights ...
  • Das, Anee (National Law University and Judicial Academy, Assam2018-06-01, )
    Industrial Design Rights is a part of the intellectual property rights that provides the rights of exclusiveness to the visible designs of objects like textile, jewellery, furniture, flower vase or any other decorative ...
  • Chakravarty, Abhishek (National Law University and Judicial Academy, Assam2018-06-01, )
    In most of the indigenous societies, the people believe that human and nature are deeply connected and inter-dependent, almost like kin to one another. Across the world, indigenous people have often been regarded as exemplars ...
  • Gogoi, Anjanav Kumar (National Law University and Judicial Academy, Assam2017-06-01, )
    India has a Parliamentary form of Government. The Indian Constitution possess all the essential characteristics of a federal Constitution. There is a system of double government in India such as the Central Government and ...
  • Borkakoty, Ankuran (National Law University and Judicial Academy, Assam2017-06-01, )
    The prison reforms, which is also known as reformation of prisoners, has emerged as an emerging context in relation to the life of an offender. Prisons in India make for a massive social organization. Part and parcel of ...
  • Chetia, Anurupa (National Law University and Judicial Academy, Assam2017-06-01, )
    India along with other countries who are rich in traditional medicinal knowledge are facing problems due to patent protection granted to the developed countries who are using these traditional medicinal knowledge for making ...
  • Dutta, Bhargov Bikash (National Law University and Judicial Academy, Assam2017-06-01, )
    Dignity and freedom is one of the most significant aspects in human being's life. A person may have millions but he or she cannot be happy if there is no dignity and freedom in their lives. if a person takes away the dignity ...
  • Tiwari, Jitendra Nath (National Law University and Judicial Academy, Assam2017-06-01, )
    Judiciary considers as the 'watch-dog' of the Constitution of India, it is the final interpreter of the law and protector of the fundamental right. For that, it is necessary that Judiciary must be Independence and there ...
  • Rahman, Yasser Iftikar (National Law University and Judicial Academy, Assam2017-06-01, )
    The secret killings in Assam (1998-2001) was probably the darkest chapter in Assam's political history when relatives, friends, sympathizers of ULFA insurgents were systematically killed by unknown assailants. These ...
  • Chakraborty, Varuna (National Law University and Judicial Academy, Assam2017-06-01, )
    The provision of the constitution dealing with parliamentary privileges and immunities bear a special mark of indebtedness to the centuries-old conventions established and maintained in this regard by the mother of parliament, ...
  • Biswas, Partha Shankar (National Law University and Judicial Academy, Assam2017-06-15, )
    Public interest litigation has historically been an innovative judicial procedure for enhancing the social and economic rights of disadvanataged and marginalized groups in India. It has a vital role in the civil justice ...
  • Choudhury, Kankana (National Law University and Judicial Academy, Assam2017-06-01, )
    The idea of protecting folklore could be traced back in the early 1970's. In 1973, the Government of Bolivia submitted to the Director-General of UNESCO by requesting that UNESCO begin to examine the state of folklore and ...
  • Poddar, Neha (National Law University and Judicial Academy, Assam2016-06-01, )
    Corporate governance ensures transperancy, accountability and as a result protects stakeholders' cnfidence in the company. In this globalising era, the investors across the globe want to invest in those countries whose ...
  • Gupta, Deepshikha (National Law University and Judicial Academy, Assam2016-06-01, )
    Insolvency is a state at which an individual, company, or other association can't meet its financial transactions or liabilities for paying their obligations to the creditors. Insolvency can happen when certain things ...
  • Bakhtiar, Sheikh Affan (National Law University and Judicial Academy, Assam2016-06-01, )
    Intellectualproperty is the multilateral in its aspects and unilateral in its character, i.e., it is the form of intangible property. Under the umbrella of the intellectual property, the most common forms of property are ...
  • Sailo, Lalzikpuii (National Law University and Judicial Academy, Assam2016-06-01, )
    Trafficking in Children is a global phenomenon and is not restricted to any geographical region or country. It is gross violation of human rights and fundamental freedoms of children. It infringes upon the child's physical ...
  • Lama, Bobita (National Law University and Judicial Academy, Assam2016-06-01, )
    Knowledge rich countries especially developing countries such as, Thailand, Philippines and Brazil etc. has taken substansive step by enacting sui generis law because this knowledge are particularly important in developing ...
  • Srivastava, Prakhar (National Law University and Judicial Academy, Assam2016-06-01, )
    Arbitration today has become important instrument for the settlement of disputes. It has been seen during the course of study, as to how, the process evolved from its rudimentary stage to its present position . Concept of ...
  • Mishra, Dhananjay Kumar (National Law University and Judicial Academy, Assam2016-06-01, )
    The human rights approach regarding Genocide at world lenel is being debated. Different conventions are contextualize in the form of black letter of law to condemned the genocide or mass killing of the person by the policies ...

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