India and International Law: Introduction

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Bimal N. Patel
Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, 2008 - Law - 570 pages
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"India and International Law, volume 2" examines India s policy and practical approach to modern and emerging subjects such as energy, investment, sports, banking, biotechnology, taxation, water courses, feminism, air law and role of India in UN reforms. The most discussed interlinked issues of civilian nuclear energy and nuclear weapons are analysed in two separate chapters. This volume also examines legal challenges and offers possible solutions in the area of private international law, which hopefully would serve the purposes of relevant policy-makers, judiciary, common men and women and 2.5 million Non-Resident Indians (NRIs)."India and International Law, volume 2" will enable the readers to realize the sheer magnitude of legal challenges faced by India, hence, one way forward is to consider some of the suggestions offered by the authors. It is hoped that these two volumes will provide a useful framework for similar studies and will remain a must source of consultation for those who are interested in India s state practice on international law.
 

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Contents

Introduction by Bimal N Patel
1
role of the Indian juriciary by AK Ganguli
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An insightful interplay between international relations and international law by Bimal N Patel
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a new era for nuclear weapon proliferation? by Priya Pillai
99
India and the international law of civilian nuclear energy by Fakiha Khan
131
International energy law and India by GN Sinha
161
Climate change energy law and India by Krishnendu Mukherji
189
a legal profile by Autar Krishen Mihir Chatterjee
207
Sports broadcast regulation and India by Sriram Kilapakkam
365
Feminism and international law in India by VS Elizabeth
381
international and domestic human rights jusrisprudence by BC Nirmal
413
Some remarks by Jaydeepsinh G Vaghela
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An analysis by Kondaiah Jonnalagadda
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Family law and religion the Indian experience by Anil Malhotra and Ranjit Malhotra
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Concluding remarks by Bimal N Patel
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Status of signature and ratification of multilateral treaties deposited with the UN secretarygeneral status as of 20 July 2007 by Leeladhara Bhandary M
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One step forward and two steps backward A brief analysis of IPR related issues in biotechnology and stem cell research in the backdrop of the patent...
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India and international investment laws by Devashish Krishan
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A review of Indian laws by Shannu Narayan
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Combating public corruption in India and the United Nations convention against corruption by R Rajesh Babu
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Select Bibliography with special relevance to India by Indian authors in the Recent Years by Bimal N Patel
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Index
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India and International Law volume 1
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