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Pollution – The Dark Reality Hidden Under The Garb Of Development – By Debalina Chatterjee

INTRODUCTION: ‘Pollution’ is the dark reality hidden under the garb of development. This proposition is true, especially for developing countries. Causes of pollution are both natural and man-made. Drought, flood, earthquake, cyclone, epidemic are the natural causes, man has no control over them. There are four main man-made causes – population growth, poverty, urbanisation and industrialisation. The earth… Read More »

CfP: South Asian Law Review Journal (SALRJ) [Vol. 5] Submit by March 25

South Asian Law Review-Journal (SALRJ) is delighted to announce the call for papers for its Volume 5 which will focus on contemporary issues of law (National & International). Categories: Article / Essay: 2500 – 10,000 words Book reviews: 1000 – 1500 words Case Analysis / Case Comment: 1000 – 1500 words Submission Guidelines: Authors should not mention their… Read More »

CfP – NLIU – Trilegal Summit on Corporate and Commercial Laws [Aug 24-25] Submit by July 10

About: The Centre for Business and Commercial Laws at National Law Institute University (NLIU) Bhopal, in collaboration with Trilegal, is organizing the annual NLIU – Trilegal Summit on Corporate and Commercial Laws. Date: 24th & 25th August 2018 Venue: Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh Call for Papers: Authors must be pursuing their LL.B. (Hons.) / LL.B. / LL.M. from any… Read More »

Human Rights Are Not Optional: Protection Of Disabled Persons

Introduction Universal Declaration of Human Rights, the landmark document in the history of human rights, which talks about treating all human beings equally and with dignity. Coming to India, Article 14 of the Constitution of India, assures as it first fundamental right as the right to equality before the law and equal protection of the law. But the… Read More »

The Pink Economy

Long back, our history books read to us of the feat of the people of Rajasthan, who changed the entire city of Jaipur into Pink to welcome the Prince and the Queen. The color denotes hospitality. Today, the country herself has changed pink it seems. In their economic report, the economic forum of India has come to a… Read More »

CfP: The Indian Journal of Law and Public Policy (Volume IV, Issue II) Submit by Feb 28

About the Indian Journal of Law and Public Policy Indian Journal of Law and Public Policy (IJLPP) is a peer-reviewed bi-annual, law and public policy publication. The journal is a solemn effort to promote erudite discernment and academic scholarship over the contradictions which have given way for a continuing debate between the relationship of law and public policy.… Read More »

CfP: Amity Gwalior’s Seminar on ‘Terrorism and Human Rights: Legal Perspectives’ [March 24] Submit by Feb 15

Greeting from Amity Law School, Amity University Gwalior, Madhya Pradesh! About We are pleased to inform you that a ONE DAY NATIONAL SEMINAR on “TERRORISM AND HUMAN RIGHTS: LEGAL PERSPECTIVES”, is being conducted at Amity Law School, AUMP on 24th March 2018 in an effort to provide a forum to discuss the various facets of Terrorism, its effects on Human Rights… Read More »

CfP: GLC Thrissur – Elenchus Law Review (Volume 3, Issue 1 & 2 ) Submit by March 1

About Elenchus Law Review is a peer-reviewed interdisciplinary journal published biannually by the Centre for Economy Development, and Law (CED & L), Government Law College, Thrissur, Kerala. Elenchus Law Review (ISSN: 2395-034X; E-ISSN: 2456-9798) is now inviting papers to be published in its third volume (Volume 3, Issue 1 & Volume 3, Issue 2). The Journal aims to… Read More »


Introduction Land acquisition in India refers to the process by which the union or a state government acquires private land for the purpose of development purposes like industrialization, development of infrastructural facilities or urbanization of the private land, and provides compensation to the affected landowners and their rehabilitation and resettlement. In other words, Land acquisition is the process by which the government forcibly acquires private… Read More »


AN OVERVIEW Legal education in Europe dates back to 400 BC when the Roman Jurists and orators created the earliest elements of the profession. With not much focus on improving the legal analysis, courts in Athens and Greece were considerably relaxed. Matters were highly different in Rome with maximum power lying in the hands of the aristocratic priests… Read More »