RLR Volume I Issue IV

Exceptions under moral right of the Author – An analysis by Jayanta Kumar Lahiri

Abstract While  delving  into the  moral rights in the law on copyright, the present  article  focuses…

Problems of Rural Consumers and thier Empowerment through Panchayati Raj Institutions by Alok Misra

Introduction “The State shall take steps to organize village panchayats and endow them with such powers…

E-Contracts: Mail Box rule and Legal Impact of the Information Technology Act, 2000 by Atul Kumar Pandey

The principles governing the E-contracts are based on the traditional law of contracts. According to section 10,…

Public Interest Litigation (PIL): Eficacy and Dangers by Chintamani Rout

Introduction Public Interest Litigation, Advocacy for public interest and free legal aid, all are for the…

Revisiting the Concept of Parole in India by Manisha Chakraborty & Dipa Dube

Introduction Parole is an integral part of the correctional process. It is a kind of consideration…

Developing Space Law Education in India: Some Proposals by Malay Adhikari

INTRODUCTION As India is a developing country and its space science and technology is not so…

A Study on Law Relating to Groundwater Recharge in India* by P. Sakthivel, S. Amirthalingam, M. Starkl

Introduction Groundwater is the most extracted resource on the earth. The groundwater depletion and pollution has…

State Obligations under International Criminal Law: Progress, Challenges and Prospects by Deepa Kansra

Introduction Human rights reflect the collective aspirations and commitments of the global community. Over the years,…

Contribution of Sufism in Religious Policy of Modern India by Gourishwar Choudhuri

Despite use of the term ‘Secular’ in the Constitution of India, in practice, essence of secularism is…

Most Favoured Nation Treatment by Nidhi Chauhan

INTRODUCTION: International rules on international trade in goods and services, i.e. international trade law, constitute the…