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Department of Law

1)    Waghmare, N.V. (2018,February, 24-25). Live in relationship and relationship in the nature of marriage : Problems and Perspectives. In R. Shaikh(Ed.), Proceedings of Socio-Legal Dimensions of Live-in-relationship in India(pp.18). Pune; India: AKK New Law Academy. ISBN: 9788193023365.
2)    Waghmare, N.V. (2017,March, 25-27). Religious and Linguistic Minority Rights in India : An Introduction. In T.S.N. Sastry, D. Patel(Eds.), Proceedings of Law, Development and Justice(pp.262-270). Pune; India: Department of Law, SPPU. ISBN: 9789352359783.
3)    Waghmare, N.V. (2017,March, 6-7). Concept of Right : Jurisprudential Foundation of Law and Justice. In D.J. Tilak(Ed.), Proceedings of Swaraj(pp.337-341). Pune; India: TMV. ISBN: 9789352686766.
4)    Bhakare, J.S. (2016,September, 15). The socio legal perspectives of Mental Health Disability in India. In P. Thaore(Ed.), Proceedings of Socio Legal Dimensions of Disability Laws and Policies in India(pp.45-53). Pune; India: PG Dept. of Law, RTM Nagpur University. ISBN: 0972-6349.
5)    Nagarale, S.B. (2016,January, 28-29). Alleviating the woebegone agony of Female Genital Mutilation’:A Socio-Legal Succor. Proceedings of South Asian Society of Criminology and Victimology. ISBN: 97881906668798.
6)    Nagarale, S.B. (2015,February, 24). The partial journey of criminal laws towards impartial gender justice for women in india-am appraisal on honour killings. Proceedings of Changing Paradigm in Gender Justice. Pune; India. ISBN: 9878192928203.
7)    Nagarale, S.B. (2015,September). Unraveling Foeticide to Secure Gender Justice in India-A Judicious Denouement. In IQAC, Shri. Shivaji Law College(Ed.), Proceedings of Two Day National Seminar on Female Foeticide and Human Right of Gender Justice. Parbhani; India: IQAC, Shri. Shivaji Law College.
8)    Bhakare, J.S. (2015). Acted as a resource person and presented. Proceedings of Legal aspects of Women Health. Pune; India.
9)    Bhakare, J.S. (2015). Biomedical waste Management vis a vis Environmental Protection. Proceedings of Innovative Trends in Commerce and Economics to tackle the Competitive Global Environment. Pune; India. ISBN: 89383777020.
10)    Bhakare, J.S. (2015). Ethical and Legal Issues in Obstetrics and Gynecology. Proceedings of Excellence in Maternal and Newborn Care. Ratnagiri; India.
11)    Nagarale, S.B. (2015,February, 28). An insight into viability of media in enchoing the triumph of freedom of expression – a critical discourse. Proceedings of Right to Freedom of Expression-Recent Legislative and Judicial Trends. Pune; India. ISBN: 9788193023310.
12)    Waghmare, N.V. (2015,February, 28). Freedom of Expression and Informed Democracy - Judicial Perspective. Proceedings of Right to Freedom of Expression - Recent Legislative and Judicial Trends(pp.20). ISBN: 9788193023310.
13)    Waghmare, N.V. (2015,Janaury, 24). Protection against Sexual Harassment - Fundamental Rights and Judicial Approach. Proceedings of Offnces against Women - Issues and Challenges(pp.54). ISBN: 9788193023303.
14)    Waghmare, N.V. (2015,March 1). Public Authorities under RTI Act - Legislative Intention and Need For Liberal Judicial Interpretation. Proceedings of Right to Information Act, 2005 - Problems and Perspectives(pp.15). ISBN: 978819023327.
15)    Waghmare, N.V. (2015,March, 14-15). Role of law Professors as Advocates in Legal Education - Legality and Justification. Proceedings of Legal education in India - Issues and Challenges(pp.37). ISBN: 9788193023334.
16)    Waghmare, N.V. (2015,September, 19-20). Cooperative Federalism For Urban Development In India. Proceedings of Local Governance Rural and Urban Development In India(pp.314). ISBN: 9788192353111.
17)    Patel, D.A. (2014,May, 20-23). Law and Society at crossroad! Dilemmas in a Digitized Global Economy. Proceedings of Global-Regional- Local, Institutions, Relations, Networks, Past and future of Sociology of law. Spain.
18)    Bhakare, J.S. (2014,February). Forensic Use of DNA technology-Issues and challenges. Proceedings of Law Technology & Development. Nagpur; India: Babasaheb Ambedkar College of Law, Rashtra Sant Tukdoji Maharaj.
19)    Bhakare, J.S. (2014,September). Just the Oven: An Ethical and Legal Approach to Gestational surrogacy Contracts. Proceedings of Law and Ethics in Public Domain: Contemporary Issues and Challenges in India. Nagpur; India: RTM Nagpur University. ISBN: 0072-6349.
20)    Bhakare, J.S. (2013,January, 11-13). Sexual abuse of children in cyberspace- International perspectives. In K. Jaiskankur, Natti Ronel(Eds.), Proceedings of 2nd International conference on South Asion Society of Criminology & Victimology. Tamilnadu; India: South Asion Society of Criminology & Victimology. ISBN: 9788190668750.
21)    Patwe, D., Bhakare, J.S. (2013,January, 11-13). Social networking sites- Social or Anti social?. In K. Jaiskankur, Natti Ronel(Eds.), Proceedings of 2nd International conference on South Asion Society of Criminology & Victimology(pp.387-389). Tamilnadu; India: South Asian Society of Criminology and Victimology (SASCV) . ISBN: 9788190668750.
22)    Bhakare, J.S. (2013,November, 27-28). The Role of SEBI in Investors Protection – Issues & Challenges. Proceedings of Corporate Justice : Legal Challenges. Haryana; India: School of Corporate Law.
23)    Bhakare, J.S. (2013,July). Foreign Direct Investment in Indian retail sector –A Legal analysis. Proceedings of Issues and challenges in current Global Economy- its impact on commerce, Engineering and Technology. Pune: PRM College of Arts Science Commerce Pune and International Association of Academicians and Researchers.
24)    Nagarale, S.B. (2013,January, 11-13). Balancing of competing interests, women as perpetrators and men as victims : A comparative relook in the existing legal frame work of India and Kenya. In K. Jaishankar, N. Ronel(Eds.), Proceedings of 2nd International conference of the South Asia Society of Criminology and Victimology (SASCV)(pp.244-247). Tamil Nadu; India. ISBN: 97881906668750.
25)    Patel, D.A., Nagarale, S., Nthenge, P.M. (2013,January, 11-13). Men as victims Myths and Realities- a Comparative Relook in the Existing Legal Frame Work of India and Kenya.. Kanniyakumari; India: South Asian Society of Criminology and Victimology (SASCV) & Department of Criminology and Criminal Justice.
26)    Patel, D.A. (2012,January; 21). Freedom from torture and protection of life and liberty of the accused in the Indian criminal justice system. In A.K.K.New Law Academy(Ed.), Proceedings of UGC Sponsored One Day Seminar On "Life and Personal Liberty Human Rights Perspective"(pp.3). Pune; India: A. K. K. New Law Academy.
27)    Patel, D.A. (2012). Freedom of speech and expression of Media-The Socio-Legal dimension in India. Proceedings of National Conference on Technology Communication And Culture. Pune; India: Department Of Communication Studies, University Of Pune.
28)    Patel, D.A. (2012,November, 2-3). Legislative and Judicial Non-Diligence In Forming Educational Policies Regarding Enhancement of Quality Education. Proceedings of Rural Colleges and Necessity of Quality Enhancement(pp.128). Parbhani; India: Shri Shivaji Law College Parbhani. ISBN: 9788192545813.
29)    Bhakare, J.S. (2012,June, 15). Xenotransplantation- Balancing between the Need of animal rights and fulfillment of Human Needs. Proceedings of Management, Technology and Engineering Sciences. Jaipur; India: Choice College of Arts Science and Commerce .
30)    Nagarale, S.B. (2012,July, 31). Right to education – voice of slum children. Proceedings of Child rights and slum. Mumbai; India.
31)    Nagarale, S.B. (2012,August, 11-12). The Fourth Estate: Protector or Violator of Human Rights. Proceedings of Dialectics and Dynamics of Human Rights. Latur; India. ISBN: 9789381849668.
32)    Patel, D.A. (2012,March). The amendment in cyber laws- a myth or reality. In S. Waval(Ed.), Proceedings of Latest Technologies & their Applications in forensic Science & Digital Forensics(pp.264). Colour publication. ISBN: 9788190259477.
33)    Patel, D.A. (2012). Trinity Amidst Human Rights, Development And NGO's- The Need Of Modern Democracie. In V.M. More(Ed.), Proceedings of Two days UGC Sponsored State Level Seminar & Conference on Human Rights And Concept Of The Indian Democracy In The Present Scenario. Parbhani: MSP Mandals Shri Shivaji Law College,Parbhani )M.S). ISBN: 9788192241463.
34)    Patel, D.A. (2011,February, 25-26). Globalization and human rights agenda of companies In trasnational trade: Pros and Cons. Proceedings of Human Rights In 21st Century: Chaging Dimensions(pp.82-86). Delhi; India: Faculty of Law University of Delhi.
35)    Nagarale, S.B. (2011,February, 18-19). Role of NHRC in Protection and Promotion of Human Rights. Proceedings of Human Rights and concept of the Indian Democracy in the Present Scenario. ISBN: 9788192241463.
36)    Patel, D.A. (2011). The Horizons of New Industrial Jurisprudence-The Law and the Reality. In Nalsar Law University(Ed.), Proceedings of Critical Legal Conference(pp.82-86). Hyderabad; India: Nalsar Law University.
  

Publication Before 2011


37)    Patel, D.A. (2010,May, 28). Caste Discriminations, Affirmation Actions, Transformative Social Movements in Independent India And The Development Of Human Capital In Emerging Economic Order. In S. Mane(Ed.), Proceedings of Equitable Mobilization of Human Capital During the LPG Era In India-The Myths, Reality and The Law(pp.3). Mumbai; India: Aarti Book Co.Fort.
38)    Tamma, S.N.Sastry (2006). State Succession and the Cession of French Establishments to India. In B. Krishnamurthy(Ed.), Proceedings of India and France: Past, Present and Future(pp.79-87). Pondicherry; India: Pondicherry University.
39)    Tamma, S.N.Sastry (2004). National Human Rights Commission and the Rights of the Child. In S.G. Bhatt(Ed.), Proceedings of Human Rights with special Reference to the Rights of Women and Children(pp.1-10). Pondicherry; India: Dr Ambedkar Government Law College.
40)    Tamma, S.N.Sastry (2001,October, 4-7). Sex Workers and Human Rights: Indian Scenario. Proceedings of International Law in the New Millennium: Problems and Challenges Ahead(pp.525-538). Indian Society of International Law.
41)    Tamma, S.N. Sastry (2001,December, 12-14). Terrorism and International Law: Role for India and the United States. In V.K. Malhotra(Ed.), Proceedings of Terrorism: USA and India(pp.180-191). Epart of Political Science, Annamali University: Indian Association for American Studies. ISBN: 184290064.
42)    Tamma, S.N. Sastry (2000,August, 11-13). Strengthening of the Panchayat Raj: The Need for Constitutional Reforms. In T.S.N. Sastry(Ed.), Proceedings of Fifty Years of Indian Independence and the Polity(pp.157-168). Delhi; India: APH Publishing corporatiom. ISBN: 8176481491/9788176481496.
43)    Tamma, S.N.Sastry (1999,February). The SAARC Convention on Suppression of Terrorism: A Re-look. In V.T. Patil, N.K. Jha(Eds.), Proceedings of Peace and Cooperative Security in South Asia(pp.373-384). Delhi; India: P.R. Books. ISBN: 8186618171.