LAW MANTRA     (Think Beyond Others)
  • Law Mantra Journal : Volume 1,Issue 4

    October, 2013 Issue Implementation Of International Humanitarian Law In Non International Armed Conflict In Afghanistan By  Dr. Asha Verma Assistant Professor, Amity Law School,Noida, U.P And Ms Ruchi Lal Research Scholar, Faculty Of Law, University Of Delhi Humanitarian Law In Respect Of Women’s Right By Pooja Dixit,Amity University,Lucknow Comparitive Overlook-Internation Humanitaran Law With International Human

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  • TRAFFICKING IN INDIA AND INTERNATIONAL HUMANITARIAN LAW

    ABSTRACT This article underscores a concern which is generally cold shouldered i.e. trafficking of virginal women and children during armed aggression and conflicts, their anatomy of berserk bedevilment and their penurious predicament. Chapter I introduces and highlights the rampant trafficking during armed conflicts which is governed by International Humanitarian law. Chapter II bring forth the

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  • International Humanitarian Law in the Light of Human Rights

    Abstract: International humanitarian law (IHL) is that branch of law that contains the rules to protect potential or actual victims of armed conflict, rules on the conduct of warfare, and the rules relating to the rights and duties of armed forces during a conflict. IHL includes “Geneva law” as well as “Hague law.”  IHL is

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  • DOWRY AND CRUELTY

    INTRODUCTION Dowry means property or money brought by a bride to her husband on their marriage. Dowry death or suicides by married women as a result of their being subjected to cruelty by in – laws and/or husband constitute a slur on the Hindu society. More often cruelty emanates from the failure of the parents

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  • INTERNATIONAL AND DOMESTIC LEGAL MECHANISMS FOR ADVANCING CIVIL SERVANTS HUMAN RIGHTS IN KENYA AND INDIA: AN OVERVIEW

    Abstract Human rights are generally rights inherent to all human beings, whatever the nationality, place of residence, sex, ethnic origin, colour, religion, language or any other status. These rights are all interrelated, interdependent and indivisible and more importantly equally entitled to all without discrimination. Universal human rights,including rights of civil servants, are often expressed and

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