India and International Law, volume 2

India and International Law, volume 2

by Bimal N. Patel
     
 

Indian scholars and practitioners of law, including several government officers, present a compact reference to the contribution of India to the codification and development of international law, providing detailed analysis and insights in each of the important areas of international law. India is said to have played a major role in efforts to remove colonialism,… See more details below

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Indian scholars and practitioners of law, including several government officers, present a compact reference to the contribution of India to the codification and development of international law, providing detailed analysis and insights in each of the important areas of international law. India is said to have played a major role in efforts to remove colonialism, apartheid, global economic inequality; and to be engaging now with such issues as international trade and patents, and space and maritime laws. Of particular concern is the reform of international organizations, particularly the endeavor to ensure permanent membership in the Security Council for countries that have made significant contributions to the realization of the purpose and principles of the United Nations, and the democratization of international legal institutions. There is no index. Nijhoff is an imprint of Brill. Annotation ©2005 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9789004161528
Publisher:
Brill Academic Publishers, Inc.
Publication date:
02/06/2008
Pages:
570

Table of Contents

Acknowledgments

Foreword by Mr Ram Niwas Mirdha, President, Indian Society of International Law

Note about the Contributors

Abbreviations

Table of National Cases

Table of National Indian Legislations

Introduction
Bimal N. PATEL

Interface between International Law and Municipal Law: Role of the Indian Judiciary
Amal K. GANGULI

India and the UN Reforms
Bimal N. PATEL

India and the Nuclear Weapons Proliferation
Priya PILLAI

India and the International Law of Civilian Nuclear Energy
Fakiha KHAN

India and International Energy Law
G. N. SINHA

Climate Change, Energy Law and India
Krishnendu MUKHERJI

International Financial Institutions and Indian Banking: A Legal Profile
Autar Krishen KOUL & Mihir CHATTERJEE

Patent Laws in India: One Step Forward and Two Steps Backward
A. LAKSHMINATH

India and International Investment Laws
Devashish KRISHAN

Bilateral Tax Treaties: A Review of Indian Laws
Shannu NARAYAN

Combating Public Corruption in India and the United Nations Convention against Corruption
R. Rajesh BABU

Sports Broadcasting Regulations and India
K. SRIRAM

Feminism and International Law in India
V. S. ELIZABETH

Violence against Women: International and National Human Rights Jurisprudence
B. C. NIRMAL

Judiciary of India and the Implementation of International Environmental Law in India:
Some Remarks
Jaydeepsinh G. VAGHELA

Jurisdictional Issues in the Enforcement of Foreign Divorce Decrees in India
Kondaiah JONNALAGADDA

Family Laws and Religion – An Indian Experience
Anil MALHOTRA and Ranjit MALHOTRA

Concluding Remarks
Bimal N. PATEL

Status of India:
Signature and Ratification of Multilateral Treaties Deposited with the
United Nations Secretary-General as of 20 July 2007
Leeladhara BHANDARY M.

Select Bibliography
Bimal N. PATEL

Index
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