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Fairness of the Fair- Sex
(Manglam Publications, 2014)
Noise: An Invisible Archenemy
(SEP ERA International Journal of Law and Governance, 2014)
Rule of Law and Human Rights in India : A Constitutional Perspective
The phrase ‘Rule of Law’ treasuresSupremacy of Law and it means that all are equal in the eyes of law.The Rule of Law isdeep-rooted in history and accepted as a notion by large number of nations. Itdiffers from the concept ...
Role of Urbanization and Environment Protection In the context to sustainable Development
(Dr Paramjit Singh & Keshav Publication, Gaziabad, 2014)
Environmental Human Rights and The Public Trust Doctrine : An Indian Experience
(Universal Law Publication, 2014)
Empowerment of Women for Sustainable Development
(Mata Gujri College, Sri Fatehgarh Sahib, Punjab, 2014)
Specific Environmental Laws in India: With special reference to Control of Pollution from crop Residue Burning
Agriculture is the backbone of Indian Economy and important way for the survival of Farmers, while near about 70% persons is surviving with the agriculture activities. The income from the agriculture is not enough for ...
Impact of Anti-terrorism Laws in Prevention of Terrorism in India: An analysis
Every day, there isvibrating pieces of information through media that innocent persons, have been gunned down or hunted brutally. Blunt facts there are also with bare truth at universally, everyone is in imminent danger ...
Socio-legal dimension of the Environmental crisis in India: Issues and challenges for Social Work
The environmental crisis is now known as important public issue and required permanent solution. Only the technology, law or a mere policy cannot solve the problem of environmental pollution. No doubt that these are problem ...
Challenging Predictions of Uniform Civil Code for India: An analysis
The conception of Uniform Civil Code in India is a term mentioning to an primary Civil Law Code. The Uniform Civil Code brings the idea of the same set of civil rules for the citizens irrespective of their religion, caste, ...