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  • Subramanian, Vidya (Contemporary South Asia, Taylor & Francis, 2022-08-16)
    This article explores how young elite urban professionals and fresh graduates in Mumbai and Delhi are fostering diverse aspirations of service, entrepreneurship and charting new professional mobilities through volunteering ...
  • Mehrotra, Abhinav; Gupta, Biswananth (India Legal, 2022-08-10)
    With the onset of the pandemic in 2020, life changed globally. The emergence of coronavirus shook the world and led to global upheaval. All aspects of life were affected, including education. Law universities that were a ...
  • Mahaseth, Harsh; Makhija, Reva Satish (The Geopolitics, 2022-08-13)
    Earlier this year, the South Korean public voted in their new leader, President Yoon Suk-Yeol of the largely right-leaning People Power Party (PPP). The election was conducted in the backdrop of general apathy towards both ...
  • Abdelfattah, Fadi; Malik, Mustafa; Al Alawi, Abrar Mohammed; Sallem, Ramzi; Ganguly, Anirban (Emerald Publishing Limited, 2022-08-15)
    Purpose – This study aims to explore supply chain disruptions during the COVID-19 pandemic in the small and medium enterprise (SME) sector in Oman. This study analyzes the impact on selected supply chain drivers – ...
  • Mahaseth, Harsh; Tiwari, Archisha (Modern Diplomacy, 2022-08-12)
    The late Prime Minister of Vietnam Pham Van Dong had remarked in 1980 that the relationship between India and Vietnam was “as clear as a cloudless sky”, and now that the two countries celebrate 50th anniversary of the ...
  • Agrawal, Girish; Rahman, Hifzur; Mondal, Anirban; Reddy, P. Krishna (Springer, Cham, 2022-07-16)
    Air pollution is a major threat to human health in India. More than three-quarters of the people in India are exposed to pollution levels higher than the limits recommended by the National Ambient Air Quality Standards in ...
  • Bindal, Amit (Indonesian Journal of International and Comparative Law, The Institute for Migrant Rights Press, 2022-04-30)
    This essay demonstrates the conceptual confusion that courts in India have cre ated in interpreting religion as a cultural category. It suggests that “appeal to religion” during elections is interpreted by the Indian Supreme ...
  • Balarabe, Kasim (Journal of African Law (Cambridge University Press), 2022-04-19)
    The Geneva Conventions have achieved universal ratification, and Additional Protocols I and II are binding on all African states except Eritrea and Somalia; however, their observance in African conflicts is flawed and ...
  • Balarabe, Kasim; Mbeli, Valentine Tebi; Azeez, Abdul Kareem (African Journal of International and Comparative Law (Edinburgh University Press), 2022-08-14)
    The Paris Principles relating to the status of national human rights institutions set universally acknowledged standards for assessing the effectiveness of a domestic national human rights institution. However, it is often ...
  • Balarabe, Kasim (Sexuality & Culture, Springer, United States of America, 2022-01-04)
    Despite its recognition as a human right under international law, sexual right is one of the most contested rights in patriarchal and complex societies where cultural and religious values interweave with the legal system. ...
  • Panigrahi, Trupti (Thomson Reuters, 2022-04-29)
    The Indian Copyright Act of 1957 protects an original choreographic work that is fixated in some form. However, the act doesn't define the scope and extent of such protection. The requirement of such fixation in some form ...
  • Polcumpally, Arun Teja (Jindal Journal of International Affairs, 2021-12)
    This paper explores the phenomenon of Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS or IS) brides and tries to explain their role in global politics through the International Relations (IR) theories. Further, it argues that the ...
  • Polcumpally, Arun Teja (IGI Global, 2022-07)
    This chapter provides a conceptual understanding of the impact of advanced digital technologies on democracy with a special focus on artificial intelligence (AI). The explanation of the impact of the internet and allied ...
  • Soroka, Iryna (Riga, Latvia: “Baltija Publishing”, 2022-08-11)
    The article aims to illustrate the types and the roots of behaviour that were prevalent in the past and are common in the Russian-Ukrainian war at present. Research question – What is the relationship between human ...
  • Polcumpally, Arun Teja (Jindal Journal of International Affairs, 2021-06)
    There is a good number of books dwelling on the impact of AI. Not many books are written on the concept of power. Rajiv Malhotra has eloquently written his insights into how AI would change the social fabric which in turn ...
  • Mehrotra, Abhinav; Gupta, Biswananth (Millenium Post, 2022-08)
    It was in 1897 at Victoria Hall, after returning from the United States, Swami Vivekananda delivered his famous speech titled 'My Plan of Campaign' that is available in Swamiji's Book 'Lectures from Colombo to Almora' ...
  • Haghparast-Bidgoli, Hassan; Harris-Fry, Helen; Kumar, Abhinav; Pradhan, Ronali; Mishra, Naba Kumar; Padhan, S; Ojha, Amit Kumar; Mishra, Sailendra; Fivian, Emily; James, Philip; Ferguson, Sarah; Krishnan, Sneha; O'Hearn, Meghan; Palmer, Tom; Koniz-Booher, Peggy; Danton, Heather; Minovi, Sandee; Mohanty, Satyanarayan; Rath, Shibanand; Rath, Suchitra; Nair, Nirmala; Tripathy, Prasant; Prost, Audrey; Allen, Elizabeth; Skordis, Jolene; Kadiyala, Suneetha (Oxford University Publications, 2022-06-10)
    Background: Economic evaluations of nutrition-sensitive agriculture (NSA) interventions are scarce, limiting assessment of their potential affordability and scalability. Objectives: We conducted cost–consequence analyses ...
  • -, Digvijay (International Journal of Health Sciences, Universidad Tecnica de Manabi, 2022-06-24)
    While the pandemic diseases have progressed and taken brutal shape and forms, the Indian state is equipped with a precolonial Epidemic Diseases Act, 1897 to deal with the vast challenges put forth by a pandemic. The country ...
  • -, Digvijay (Journal of Positive School Psychology, Society of Psychology and Education, 2022-06-24)
    For a long time, sports had been seen in India as merely a source of entertainment, and thus had never been an issue of importance for the policy makers and legislators. Today sport emerges as an important component of ...
  • -, Digvijay (Journal of Positive School Psychology,Society of Psychology and Education, 2022-04-06)
    In a capitalist society, economic factors are the underlying basis and governing force for all decision making. Unfortunately, even in a welfare state like India, the state fails to provide equality of opportunity to its ...

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