Asian Law & Public Policy Review

Asian Law & Public Policy Review is an Annual e-Journal of Law & Public Policy Analysis bearing ISSN: 2581-6551. The Journal covers contemporary issues of Law & Public Policy and is not limited to any specific topic or subject.

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Copyright: A Study on Legislative Measures Relating to it in India

Enrichment of culture is of vital interest to each and every society. The copyright law helps in fulfilling this social interest. Copyright helps the composers, authors, designers, artists to protect their works. Copyright Law always tries to prevent plagiarism. Copyright is a type of intellectual property that protects the original works of the authors.  The authors

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The Partial Decriminalization Of Suicide In India

Section 309 of the Indian Penal Code criminalizes “an attempt to commit suicide” with a punishment ranging from “simple imprisonment for a term up to one year or with fine, or with both”.[i]  While the Penal Code does not attempt to define suicide, the common understanding that this paper seeks to argue should be decriminalized

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Extra Judicial Killings and Rule of Law – A Critical Analysis

An encounter is a spontaneous meeting, which is not planned. In a different word we can say a belligerent meeting. There is a sudden often clash between the two parties. In the late 20th century India and Pakistan describe encounter as putative extrajudicial killing by the police or the armed forces, supposedly in self-defence, when

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A Comparison of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Norms In India And The United Kingdom

Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) is the approach or policy adopted by organisations in order to achieve sustainable development by providing social, environmental, and technical support to members of society. The ‘United Nations Industrial Development Organization’ has defined CSR as a concept of management where the companies combine their social and environmental concerns in their business

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Risk Prevention And Control And Construction Path Of Criminal Compliance Of Construction Engineering Corporates

The corporate compliance system, an internal control mechanism to prevent, detect and stop illegal and criminal offences within a corporate, can serve to effectively solve potential criminal compliance risks in construction projects. The construction projects are characterized by their long-term, continuous and concealed nature. In addition, the system design of construction projects is limited by

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