India and International Lawby Bimal N. Patel
Pub. Date: 09/07/2005
Publisher: Brill Academic Publishers, Inc.
This work consists of a collection of specially written essays, to give a broad picture of the contribution of India to international law. See more details below
This work consists of a collection of specially written essays, to give a broad picture of the contribution of India to international law.
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Table of Contents
Note about the Contributors,
India and International Law: Introduction
Bimal N. Patel,
Constitution of India and International Law, Subhash C. Kashyap,
The Indian Position on Some General Principles of International Law, Pemmaraju Sreenivasa Rao,
Trade in Services, World Trade Organization and India, Surindar Kaur Verma,
India and the International Patent System, V. G. Hegde,
Sovereign Economic Freedom and Interests of Other States, Ravindra Pratap,
Laws of Human Rights and the Indian Constitution, Manoj Kumar Sinha,
The Legal Status of Refugees in India, B. C. Nirmal,
International Criminal Law: Crime Prevention and Punishment, Vishnu Dutt Sharma,
State Responsibility and International Environmental Law, M. Gandhi,
International Environmental Law and India, A. David Ambrose,
The Law of Outer Space and India, C. Jayraj,
International Court of Justice and India, Bimal N. Patel,
International Commercial Arbitration and Enforcement of Foreign Awards in India, Amal K. Ganguli,
India’s Position on Multilateral Treaties Deposited with the UN Secretary-General Status as of 31 December 2004, Leeladhara Bhandary M.,
Human Rights Provisions in the UN Documents and in the Constitution and Laws of India
Subhash C. Kashyap.
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