Faculty Publications

 
 

Books, Edited Collections, & Monographs

 
  1. Ratnabali K. & U.C. Jha, Martial Law in India: Historical, Comparative and Constitutional Perspective (Vij Books, 2020)

  2. Moatoshi AO, A Treatise on Customary and Fundamental Laws of the Nagas in Nagaland (Notion Press, 2019)

  3. Shivani Verma, Criminology, Penology and Victimology (University Book House, 2019)

  4. Shivani Verma, Law of Torts (Taxmann, 2018)

  5. Manoj Kumar Sinha & Susmitha P. Mallaya (eds.), Emerging Competition Law (Wolters Kluwers & ILI, 2017) 

 


Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles

  1. Susmitha P. Mallaya, 'Contouring Legal Education in India: An Analysis of Challenges posed by COVID-19' (2020) Indian Law Institute (ILI) Law Review (Covid Special Issue). 

  2. Prabhash Ranjan & Pushkar Anand, 'Covid-19, India, and investor-State dispute settlement (ISDS): will India be able to defend its public health measures?', (2020) Asia Pacific Law Review (Routledge) Vol. 28(1) (advance access). 

  3. Amit Kumar Sinha, 'An Inquiry into the Scope of MFN Provisions in Bilateral Investment Treaties', (2020) Brooklyn Journal of International Law Vol. 45, Issue 2, 679-743. 

  4. Prabhash Ranjan & Pushkar Anand, 'Indian Courts and Bilateral Investment Treaty Arbitration', (2020) Indian Law Review (Routledge) Vol. 4, Issue 2, 199-220.

 


Chapters in Edited Books

  1. Amrendra Kumar Ajit, 'Human Gene Patenting: Issues of Identity and Related Rights' in Intellectual Property Rights: Contemporary Developments, V.K. Ahuja and Archa Vashishtha (eds.) (Thomson Reuters, 2020). Click here

  2. Pushkar Anand & Varsha Singh, 'India and International Dispute Settlement – Some Reflections on India’s Participation in International Courts and Tribunals' in The Future of International Courts and Tribunals: Regional, Institutional and Procedural Challenges, Avidan Kent, Nikos Skoutaris & Jamie Trinidad (eds.) (Routledge London, 2019) 


 

Short Articles & Op-eds

  1. Pushkar Anand, Vodafone v. India - End of a Saga?, The Wire

  2. Dr Sunanda BhartiWhat Kind of Trademark is ‘Make in India’? A Brief Academic InquirySpicy IP

  3. Dr Parveen, Taking Labour Laws Seriously, Live Law

  4. Sukanya SinghaGovernments Have Failed to Address Racial Abuse of People From the Northeast, The Wire

  5. Sukanya Singha, Controlling the pandemic in Indian Jails, The Assam Tribune

  6. Pushkar AnandCanadian Companies Can Now Face Litigation for Human Rights Abuses AbroadThe Wire
 

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