Department Details

Department of Law

1)    Nagarale, S.B. (2016). Amelioration of the Specially-Abled Person with possible Legal canon: A National and International Human Rights Perspective. R.T.M. Nagpur University Research Journal, ISSN(print/online): 0972-6349.
2)    Tamma, S.N.Sastry (2016). Judicial Impact Assessment as a Tool to Strengthen Access to Justice and Democracy in India: Lessons to Learn from the experiences of U.S.. KIIT Journal of Law and Society, 6 (1), 34-49.
3)    Tamma, S.N.Sastry (2016). Significance of Comparative Law Method in Indian Legal System. La Lettre du CFDC, 77, 3-6.
4)    Nagarale, S.B. (2015). Effectuating The Voyage Of Human Rights Education In Saarc Members Countries By Generating Waves Of Inclusive Approaches . Fiat Justitia, 3, ISSN(print/online): 2320-2696.
5)    Tamma, S.N.Sastry (2015). Human Rights of Senior Citizens. Research Front, (IV-VII), ISSN(print/online): 2320-6446/2320-8341.
6)    Tamma, S.N.Sastry (2015). A Peep Into Right to Education Act 2009. Dayanand Law Journal, 14 (15), 1-10.
7)    Waghmare, N.V. (2015). Right to education and State policy. Law Exam Times, XI, 22.
8)    Waghmare, N.V. (2015). Right to environment-Constitutional Provisions and Judicial Interpretations. All India Reporter, 102 (1223), 216. ISSN(print/online): 0002-5593.
9)    Patel, D., Nagarale, S., Musila, N.P. (2015). Men as victims of crime myths and realities-a comparative relook in the existing legal frame work of India and Kenya. International Journal of Physical and Social Sciences, 5 (1), 213-222. ISSN(print/online): 2249-5894, URL/DOI: http://search.proquest.com/openview/595bb2a26bea62fca70495caef5868c0/1?pq-origsite=gscholar
10)    Waghmare, N.V. (2014). Rights of Minorities: Human Rights Perspective. Research Aaj Tak, 3, 14-18. ISSN(print/online): 2278-2001.
11)    Waghmare, N.V. (2014). Protection of Senior Citizen's Rights: Law and its implication. Research Front, (4), 37-40. ISSN(print/online): 2320-6446/2320-8341.
12)    Waghmare, N.V. (2014). Minority Educational Institutions in India: Constitutional and Judicial Perspectives. Bharati Law Review, 2 (3), 28-36. ISSN(print/online): 2278-6996/2457-0567.
13)    Patel, D.A. (2014). Impact of Foreign Direct Investment on Human Rights. A Special Issue on Changing Facets of Human Rights and Challenges, 8.
14)    Patel, D.A. (2014). Law on freedom to Communicate and the transformation of Techno-Legal Culture. Delhi Law Review, 33, 43-47. ISSN(print/online): 0971-4936.
16)    Ulkey, D.S. (2014). Freedom of sexual choice as a Basic human Right-Jurisprudential and legal Issues. Law Journal, 4, 54-67. ISSN(print/online): 2249-9881 .
17)    Bhakare, J.S. (2013). Need for sustainable Biodiversity Law in India. Research Journal Vidhi Bharati, (1), ISSN(print/online): 2321-6271 .
18)    Bhakare, J.S. (2013). Philosophy of Death & Dying in Hinduism : Adjudging its Applicability in the Realm of Assisted – Suicide & Passive Euthanasia. Journal of Minorities Rights, 4 (2), ISSN(print/online): 2229-3663.
19)    Nagarale, S.B. (2013). Reproductive Justice – A paradigm shift from Population control to Reproductive Rights. Legal Analyst, 3 (1), ISSN(print/online): 2231-5594.
20)    Nagarale, S.B. (2013). Role of NHRC in Protection and Promotion of Human Rights. Legal Analyst, 3 (1), ISSN(print/online): 2231-5594.
22)    Tamma, S.N.Sastry (2013). Judicial Process and Human Rights in India. Indian Law Review, 5, 56-69. ISSN(print/online): 2229-7960, URL/DOI: http://drtsnsastry.weebly.com/uploads/2/6/2/0/26208090/judicial_process_and_human_rights_in_india.pdf
27)    Ulkey, D.S. (2013). Human Rights, Anti-Terrorism Laws and NIA Act- Indian Constitutional and Legislative perspectives. CEDA Journal, 1 (2), 39-44. ISSN(print/online): 2278-2370.
28)    Ulkey, D.S. (2013). Human Rights and anti terrorism Laws-An Analysis of India’s Response to 26/11 . Fiat Justitia, 1 (1), 1-11 . ISSN(print/online): 1566-7375.
29)    Bhakare, J.S. (2012). DNA Technology: The Technology of Justice-Current and Future Need. Research Journal of Recent Sciences, 1, 435-409. Google Scholar Citations: 2, ISSN(print/online): 2277-2502 , URL/DOI: http://www.isca.in/rjrs/archive/iscsi/70.ISCA-ISC-2011-18CLM-Com-10.pdf
30)    Bhakare, J.S. (2012). Female-Foeticide in Post-Modernism India: Addressing its Issue & Social Impact. Indian Law Review, (4), ISSN(print/online): 2229-7960.
31)    Bhakare, J.S. (2012). Impact of Technology and sexual exploitation of children online- a challenging menace. Journal of Minorities Rights, 3 (2), 5. ISSN(print/online): 2229-3663.
32)    Nagarale, S.B. (2012). Human Rights Education - An Indispensable part of Human Family. Social Science Reports, 4, ISSN(print/online): 2331- 0789.
34)    Tamma, S.N.Sastry, Bhujbal, D.K. (2012). Human rights and police: a bird’s eye view. Legal Analyst, 2, 15-22. ISSN(print/online): 2231-5594, URL/DOI: http://drtsnsastry.weebly.com/uploads/2/6/2/0/26208090/human_rights_and_police_a_birds_eye_view.pdf
36)    Patel, D., Musila, N.P. (2012). Globalization and Human Rights Agenda in Transnational Trade for the Indian Agricultural Workforce. Asia Pacific Journal of Management and Entrepreneurship Research, 1 (1), 165-171. ISSN(print/online): 2277-8098, URL/DOI: http://search.proquest.com/openview/6f6841a58854c60c822d44e7cae869f1/1?pq-origsite=gscholar
37)    Patel, D.A. (2012). Forgotten Value of Probation, a Golden Treasure-Law and Reality to Promote Human Rights of an Accused. Indian Human Rights Law Review, 3 (1), 28. ISSN(print/online): 2230-7036 .
38)    Patel, D.A. (2012). Approaches Theories and Methodology of Law to Address the Current Issues and Problems of Workers in India. Bangalore Law Journal, 4 (2), 180. ISSN(print/online): 0973-3280.
39)    Patel, D.A. (2012). Corporate Social Responsibility: Theory and Practice with Case Studies, (book review) published by. Legal Analyst, 2 (1), 8. ISSN(print/online): 2231-5594.
40)    Bhakare, J.S. (2011). Surrogacy- A reality eclipsed by social, legal. Journal of Law and Social Justice,
41)    Nagarale, S.B. (2011). Rendering Rights to the Invisible “A Call for recognition of Sexual Minorities in India. Orient Journal of Law and Social Science, 4 (6), ISSN(print/online): 0973-7480 .
42)    Nagarale, S.B. (2011). Reservation for women in Indian Polity. Journal of Minorities Rights, 2 (1), ISSN(print/online): 2229-3663.
43)    Tamma, S.N.Sastry (2011). Reproductive rights of mentally retarded women: constructive approach of Indian Judiciary. Indian Journal of Human Genetics, 2, 215-226. ISSN(print/online): 0971-6866/1998-362X.
44)    Patel, D.A. (2011). Transnational Trade and New Global Economic Constitutionalism: The Gender Perspective in India. Orient Journal of Law and Social Science, 8 (7), 8-17. ISSN(print/online): 0973-7480 .
  

Publications Before 2011


45)    Bhakare, J.S. (2010). Sexual assault against women-Need for reforms. Journal of Minorities Rights, 1, 21. ISSN(print/online): 2229-3663.
46)    Nagarale, S.B. (2010). Human Rights of Prisoners in India. Orient Journal of Law and Social Sciences, 5 (1), ISSN(print/online): 0973-7480.
47)    Tamma, S.N.Sastry (2010). Human Rights and Acid Attacks again women in Indian Context. Dayanand Law Journal, 3, 9-13. ISSN(print/online): 2250-186X.
48)    Tamma, S.N.Sastry (2010). Human Rights and Minorities –An International Perspective. Indian Journal of Law and Justice, 2, 1-5 . ISSN(print/online): 0976-3570.
49)    Patel, D.A. (2010). The Gospel Truth of Reservation for Women in Political Institutions in India. Journal of Minorities Rights, 1 (1), 37. ISSN(print/online): 2229-3663.
50)    Tamma, S.N.Sastry (2009). Right to Information as a Human Right: The Role of Supreme Court. Indian Journal of Public Administration, LV (3), 609-618. ISSN(print/online): 0019-556.
51)    Ulkey, D.S. (2009). Right to Information as a fundamental Human Right . Legislative and judicial perspectives journal of Law Quest, 1 (1), 29-45 .
52)    Tamma, S.N.Sastry (2008). Public Private Partnerships vis-a-vis the Development of Villages through Panchayati raj. Indian Journal of Public Administration, LIII (1), 662-671 . ISSN(print/online): 0019-5561.
53)    Tamma, S.N.Sastry (2008). Is The Model Act for the Universities the Need of the Hour. University News, 46 (1), 1-6.
54)    Tamma, S.N.Sastry (2008). Human Rights And Human Genomics. Mysore University Journal of Law, 1, 53-61.
55)    Ulkey, D.S. (2008). Information Technology Act and Administration of Justice. Legal Gauge Journal of G.H.Raisoni Law School, 3, 19-30.
56)    Ulkey, D.S. (2007). Right to information as a fundamental Human Rights-Legislative and Judicial perspectives. Journal of Constitutional and Parliamentary Studies, 41 (3-4), 211-229. ISSN(print/online): 0022-0043.
57)    Tamma, S.N.Sastry (2006). Excellence in Public Service: The Need for Financial Autonomy to the Judiciary. Indian Journal of Public Administration, LII, 478-483. ISSN(print/online): 0019-5561.
58)    Patel, D.A. (2006). The Horizons of New Industrial Jurisprudence – The Law and the Reality (Abstract is published) . E-social Science online Journal., 2 (1), 91-96.
59)    Ulkey, D.S. (2006). Parliamentary Privileges and Democracy in India - A Judicial Perestroika . Journal of Constitutional and Parliamentary Studies, 40, 284-295. ISSN(print/online): 0022-0043.
60)    Tamma, S.N.Sastry (2005). Rights of Children: The Role of National Human Rights Commission. Law Journal of Berhampur University, 3 (1), 81-87.
61)    Tamma, S.N.Sastry (2005). The Importance of Social Security in the Context Social Sector Development. Indian Journal of Public Administration, LI, 554-561. ISSN(print/online): 0019-5561.
62)    Patel, D.A. (2005). Emergence of e-age and compatibility of the existing laws – A critical Analysis . Infosym- IT and Law Initiative, 5, 59-64.
63)    Tamma, S.N.Sastry (2004). Good Governance: the Relevance of Socio-Economic Rights. Indian Journal of Public Administration, L, 285-291. ISSN(print/online): 0019-5561.
64)    Patel, D.A. (2004). Democracy, Social Justice and Development in India, conceptual analysis . Law Journal Rajasthan, 2, 109.
65)    Ulkey, D.S. (2004). Right to life and Personal Liberty in India. Indian Bar Review, XXX (4), 537-556.
66)    Ulkey, D.S. (2004). Administrative Adjudication and Discretion in India and France – A Comparative Study . Indian Bar Review, XXXI, 97-107.
67)    Tamma, S.N.Sastry (2003). Inter Country Adoptions: Indian Scenario. Journal of Indian Legal Thought, 1, 68-79.
68)    Tamma, S.N.Sastry (2003). The Need for a Re-Look at the Constitution. Andhra University Journal of Law, 4, 61-71.
69)    Patel, D.A. (2003). Right to receive wages in prison as a human right. Journal of Legal Studies, Xxxiii, 33-39. ISSN(print/online): 0047-2530.
70)    Patel, D.A. (2003). Institutional Children – Adoption Laws – Problems and perspectives. National Institute of Social Defence Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment, 54 (157), 4.
71)    Patel, D.A. (2003). Sexual harassment at work place- A critical analysis. Journal of Legal Studies- Jaipur, 34 (5), 35-37.
72)    Patel, D.A. (2002). Social change and justice through law with reference to the Contract Labour System in India. Journal of Symbiosis Law, 2, 54.
73)    Ulkey, D.S. (2002). Consumerism in India – Dilemma and Dynamism. Indian Bar Review, 374 (XXIX), 127.
74)    Ulkey, D.S. (2001). Cybering Justice in Information Technology Act- Renewed interests and balancing the conflicts. Infosym, 2 (1), 93-104.
75)    Ulkey, D.S. (2001). Human Rights in India- A Constitutional Imperative and Judicial Creativity. Daksha, 11, 412.
76)    Tamma, S.N.Sastry (2000). UNESCO and Human Rights Education. Journal of the Institute of Human Rights, 3, 173-178.
77)    Ulkey, D.S. (2000). Human Rights and Constitutional Accountability – A Synthesis. CULR, XXIV, 198.
78)    Ulkey, D.S. (2000). Human Rights , Health Care, And Curative Regimen – An Ignored Illness . Indian Bar Review, XXVII (2), 71-92.
79)    Ulkey, D.S. (2000). Legal Profession and Contempt of Courts- A need for Harmony and Balance. Indian Bar Review, XXVI (2), 65-84.
80)    Tamma, S.N.Sastry (1999). Refugee Problems and the Role of UNHCR. Andhra University Journal of Law, 3, 64-70.
81)    Tamma, S.N.Sastry (1999). Fundamental Rights Vis-à-vis Bundhs: Need for An Enactment. PRP Journal of Human Rights, 3, 25-31.
82)    Nagarale, S.B. (1998). Juniorship – A Foundation Course For A Successful Legal Profession. Journal of Pune Bar Association,
83)    Tamma, S.N.Sastry (1998). India and the United Nations. Indian Bar Review, 25, 169-182.
84)    Tamma, S.N.Sastry (1998). The Need for an Enactment of Foreign Adoptions. Academy Law Review, 12, 157-167.
85)    Tamma, S.N.Sastry (1998). The Membership of United Nations: A Case Study of Yugoslavia. Kerala University Journal of Law, 1, 103-113.
86)    Ulkey, D.S. (1998). Minorities Educational Rights in India-Issues and Perspectives. CULR, XXII, 231-254.
87)    Tamma, S.N.Sastry (1997). The Effect of State Succession on Pollution of Human environment by Noise: the Need for a Comprehensive Enactment. Law and Society, 5, 55-70.
88)    Tamma, S.N.Sastry (1997). The Structure Powers and Functions of the National Human Rights Commission. Indian Journal of International Law, 37, 93-104.
89)    Tamma, S.N.Sastry (1997). Pollution of Human environment by Noise: The Need for a Comprehensive Enactment. Law and Society, 5, 55-70. ISSN(print/online): 1467-6478.
90)    Ulkey, D.S. (1997). Human Rights and Judicial Activism in India. CULR, Xxi, 432-455.
91)    Ulkey, D.S. (1996). Changing Parameters of tortious liability doctrine – An overview . CULR, XXP, 296-317.
92)    Tamma, S.N.Sastry (1992). The Changing Concept of State Immunity: An Indian Perspective. Academy Law Review, 16, 223-242.
93)    Tamma, S.N.Sastry (1992). The Role of Voluntary Organizations in Creating Consumer Awareness. All India Reporter, 89-90.