Department Details

Department of Law

1)    Naragale, S. (2021). Assessing 'Speedy' in Speedy Trials: A Reference To India. Indian Journal of Adult Education, ISSN(print/online): 0019-5006.
2)    Sastry, T.S.N. (2021). Sikkim National Law University: Futuristic Perspectives. Asian Journal of Legal Education, ISSN(print/online): 2322-0058/2348-2451, URL/DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1177/23220058211068420
3)    Waghmare, N.V. (2019). Significance and Relevance of Fundamental Duties. Legal Voice of India, 7 (1), 21. ISSN(print/online): 2277-8454.
4)    Waghmare, N.V. (2019). Free and Fair Election - Judicial Approach. Maharishi Journal of Law and Society, 2 (1-2), 143. ISSN(print/online): 2581-8807.
5)    Waghmare, N.V. (2019). Freedom of Expression on Internet and Democracy. 19(1)(a), 5 (1), 11. ISSN(print/online): 2348-4950.
6)    Waghmare, N.V. (2019). Concept of Access to Justice: Judicial Analysis. Fiat Justitia, 7 (1), 1. ISSN(print/online): 2320-2696.
7)    Waghmare, N.V. (2019). Concept of Good Faith under India Penal Code. Criminal Law Journal, 125 (Part 1432), 25.
8)    Waghmare, N.V. (2019). Concept of Parens Patriae in India. International Research Journal of Socio-Legal Studies, 4 (1-4), 1. ISSN(print/online): 2455-0019.
9)    Waghmare, N.V. (2019). Constitutionalism and Constitutional Democracy. All India Reporter, 106 (Part 1266), 85. ISSN(print/online): 0002-5593, URL/DOI: https://www.aironline.in/visitorFullContent.html
10)    Waghmare, N.V. (2018). Concept of social democracy and social justice: Judicial approach. Bharati Law Review, 7 (2), 45. ISSN(print/online): 2278-6996/2457-0567.
11)    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.
12)    Tamma, S.N.Sastry (2016). Significance of Comparative Law Method in Indian Legal System. La Lettre du CFDC, 77, 3-6.
13)    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. ISSN(print/online): 1467-6478.
14)    Waghmare, N.V. (2016). Doctrine of Eminent Domain and Land Acquisition Law: Judicial Approach. 19(1)(a), 1 (1), 4. ISSN(print/online): 2348-4950.
15)    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.
16)    Tamma, S.N.Sastry (2015). Human Rights of Senior Citizens. Research Front, (IV-VII), ISSN(print/online): 2320-6446.
17)    Tamma, S.N.Sastry (2015). A Peep Into Right to Education Act 2009. Dayanand Law Journal, 14 (15), 1-10.
18)    Waghmare, N.V. (2015). Right to education and State policy. Law Exam Times, XI, 22. ISSN(print/online): 2319-9121.
19)    Waghmare, N.V. (2015). Right to environment-Constitutional Provisions and Judicial Interpretations. All India Reporter, 102 (1223), 216. ISSN(print/online): 0002-5593, URL/DOI: https://www.aironline.in/visitorFullContent.html
20)    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
21)    Waghmare, N.V. (2014). Rights of Minorities: Human Rights Perspective. Research Aajtak, 3, 14-18. ISSN(print/online): 2278-2001.
22)    Waghmare, N.V. (2014). Protection of Senior Citizen's Rights: Law and its implication. Research Front, (4), 37-40. ISSN(print/online): 2320-6446.
23)    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.
24)    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.
26)    Patel, D.A. (2014). Impact of Foreign Direct Investment on Human Rights. Research Aajtak, 8. ISSN(print/online): 2278-2001.
27)    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.
28)    Bhakare, J.S. (2013). Need for sustainable Biodiversity Law in India. Research Journal Vidhi Bharati, (1), ISSN(print/online): 2321-6271.
29)    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.
30)    Nagarale, S.B. (2013). Reproductive Justice – A paradigm shift from Population control to Reproductive Rights. Legal Analyst, 3 (1), ISSN(print/online): 2231-5594.
31)    Nagarale, S.B. (2013). Role of NHRC in Protection and Promotion of Human Rights. Legal Analyst, 3 (1), ISSN(print/online): 2231-5594.
32)    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
37)    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): 2320-2696.
39)    Ulkey, D.S. (2013). Human Rights, Anti-Terrorism Laws and NIA Act- Indian Constitutional and Legislative perspectives. CEDA Journal, 1 (2), 39-44.
40)    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.
41)    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
42)    Bhakare, J.S. (2012). Female-Foeticide in Post-Modernism India: Addressing its Issue & Social Impact. Indian Law Review, (4), ISSN(print/online): 2229-7960.
43)    Nagarale, S.B. (2012). Human Rights Education - An Indispensable part of Human Family. Social Science Reports, 4, ISSN(print/online): 2331-0789.
45)    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
47)    Patel, D.A. (2012). Corporate Social Responsibility: Theory and Practice with Case Studies. Legal Analyst, 2 (1), 8. ISSN(print/online): 2231-5594.
48)    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.
49)    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.
50)    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
51)    Bhakare, J.S. (2011). Surrogacy- A reality eclipsed by social, legal. Journal of Law and Social Justice,
52)    Nagarale, S.B. (2011). Reservation for women in Indian Polity. Journal of Minorities Rights, 2 (1), ISSN(print/online): 2229-3663.
53)    Nagarale, S.B. (2011). Rendering Rights to the Invisible “A Call for recognition of Sexual Minorities in India. Orient Journal of Law and Social Sciences, 4 (6), ISSN(print/online): 0973-7480.
54)    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.
55)    Patel, D.A. (2011). Transnational Trade and New Global Economic Constitutionalism: The Gender Perspective in India. Orient Journal of Law and Social Sciences, 8 (7), 8-17. ISSN(print/online): 0973-7480.
  

Publications Before 2011


56)    Bhakare, J.S. (2010). Sexual assault against women-Need for reforms. Journal of Minorities Rights, 1, 21. ISSN(print/online): 2229-3663.
57)    Nagarale, S.B. (2010). Human Rights of Prisoners in India. Orient Journal of Law and Social Sciences, 5 (1), ISSN(print/online): 0973-7480.
59)    Tamma, S.N.Sastry (2010). Human Rights and Acid Attacks again women in Indian Context. Dayanand Law Journal, 3, 9-13.
60)    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.
61)    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): 0019-5561/2457-0222.
62)    Ulkey, D.S. (2009). Right to Information as a fundamental Human Right. Legislative and Judicial Perspectives Journal of Law Quest, 1 (1), 29-45.
63)    Tamma, S.N.Sastry (2008). Human Rights And Human Genomics. Mysore University Journal of Law, 1, 53-61.
64)    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): 0019-5561/2457-0222.
65)    Tamma, S.N.Sastry (2008). Is The Model Act for the Universities the Need of the Hour. University News, 46 (1), 1-6. ISSN(print/online): 0566-2257.
66)    Ulkey, D.S. (2008). Information Technology Act and Administration of Justice. Legal Gauge Journal of G.H. Raisoni Law School, 3, 19-30.
67)    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.
68)    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): 0019-5561/2457-0222.
70)    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.
71)    Tamma, S.N.Sastry (2005). Rights of Children: The Role of National Human Rights Commission. Law Journal of Berhampur University, 3 (1), 81-87.
72)    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): 0019-5561/2457-0222.
73)    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.
74)    Tamma, S.N.Sastry (2004). Good Governance: the Relevance of Socio-Economic Rights. Indian Journal of Public Administration, L, 285-291. ISSN(print/online): 0019-5561/2457-0222.
75)    Patel, D.A. (2004). Democracy, Social Justice and Development in India, conceptual analysis. Law Journal Rajasthan, 2, 109.
76)    Ulkey, D.S. (2004). Administrative Adjudication and Discretion in India and France – A Comparative Study . Indian Bar Review, XXXI, 97-107.
77)    Ulkey, D.S. (2004). Right to life and Personal Liberty in India. Indian Bar Review, 30 (4), 537-556.
78)    Tamma, S.N. Sastry (2003). Inter Country Adoptions: Indian Scenario. Journal of Indian Legal Thought, 1, 68-79.
79)    Tamma, S.N.Sastry (2003). The Need for a Re-Look at the Constitution. Andhra University Journal of Law, 4, 61-71.
80)    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.
81)    Patel, D.A. (2003). Sexual harassment at work place- A critical analysis. Journal of Legal Studies- Jaipur, 34 (5), 35-37.
82)    Patel, D.A. (2003). Right to receive wages in prison as a human right. Journal of Legal Studies- Jaipur, Xxxiii, 33-39.
83)    Patel, D.A. (2002). Social change and justice through law with reference to the Contract Labour System in India. Journal of Symbiosis Law College, 2, 54.
84)    Ulkey, D.S. (2002). Consumerism in India – Dilemma and Dynamism. Indian Bar Review, 374 (XXIX), 127.
85)    Ulkey, D.S. (2001). Cybering Justice in Information Technology Act- Renewed interests and balancing the conflicts. Infosym, 2 (1), 93-104.
86)    Ulkey, D.S. (2001). Human Rights in India- A Constitutional Imperative and Judicial Creativity. Daksha, 11, 412.
87)    Tamma, S.N.Sastry (2000). UNESCO and Human Rights Education. Journal of the Institute of Human Rights, 3, 173-178. ISSN(print/online): 2277-7288.
88)    Ulkey, D.S. (2000). Legal Profession and Contempt of Courts- A need for Harmony and Balance. Indian Bar Review, XXVI (2), 65-84.
89)    Ulkey, D.S. (2000). Human Rights and Constitutional Accountability – A Synthesis. CULR, XXIV, 198.
90)    Ulkey, D.S. (2000). Human Rights , Health Care, And Curative Regimen – An Ignored Illness . Indian Bar Review, XXVII (2), 71-92.
91)    Tamma, S.N.Sastry (1999). Refugee Problems and the Role of UNHCR. Andhra University Journal of Law, 3, 64-70.
92)    Tamma, S.N.Sastry (1999). Fundamental Rights Vis-à-vis Bundhs: Need for An Enactment. PRP Journal of Human Rights, 3, 25-31.
93)    Nagarale, S.B. (1998). Juniorship– A Foundation Course For A Successful Legal Profession. Journal of Pune Bar Association,
94)    Tamma, S.N.Sastry (1998). India and the United Nations. Indian Bar Review, 25, 169-182.
95)    Tamma, S.N.Sastry (1998). The Need for an Enactment of Foreign Adoptions. Academy Law Review, 12, 157-167. ISSN(print/online): 2278-5108.
96)    Tamma, S.N.Sastry (1998). The Membership of United Nations: A Case Study of Yugoslavia. Kerala University Journal of Law, 1, 103-113.
97)    Ulkey, D.S. (1998). Minorities Educational Rights in India-Issues and Perspectives. CULR, XXII, 231-254.
98)    Tamma, S.N.Sastry (1997). The Effect of State Succession on Pollution of Human environment by Noise: the Need for a Comprehensive Enactment. KIIT Journal of Law and Society, 5, 55-70. ISSN(print/online): 1467-6478.
99)    Tamma, S.N.Sastry (1997). The Structure Powers and Functions of the National Human Rights Commission. Indian Journal of International Law, 37, 93-104. ISSN(print/online): 0019-5294, URL/DOI: https://www.isil-aca.org/download/contents/1997.pdf
100)    Tamma, S.N.Sastry (1997). Pollution of Human environment by Noise: The Need for a Comprehensive Enactment. KIIT Journal of Law and Society, 5, 55-70. ISSN(print/online): 1467-6478.
101)    Ulkey, D.S. (1997). Human Rights and Judicial Activism in India. CULR, XXI, 432-455.
102)    Ulkey, D.S. (1996). Changing Parameters of tortious liability doctrine – An overview. CULR, XXP, 296-317.
103)    Tamma, S.N.Sastry (1992). The Role of Voluntary Organizations in Creating Consumer Awareness. All India Reporter, 89-90. ISSN(print/online): 0002-5593.
104)    Tamma, S.N.Sastry (1992). The Changing Concept of State Immunity: An Indian Perspective. Academy Law Review, 16, 223-242. ISSN(print/online): 2278-5108.