South Asian Law Review Journal

South Asian Law Review Journal is an open access Annual Law e-Journal with special focus on South Asian Countries  bearing ISSN: 2456-7531. The Journal covers general legal research & development from South Asian nations and is not limited to any specific legal topic or subject.

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Should Restitution Of Conjugal Rights Be Removed?

In India, the societal opinion on marriage has historically been very conservative; divorce is considered to be taboo. Being in line with such views, personal laws are shaped in India in such a way where judges are directed to be very paternalistic; to try their best at reconciliation first. This is clearly mentioned in both,

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Enforcement of Arbitral Awards under Cameroonian Law: Implications and Effectiveness

The extent to which Cameroonian laws guarantee the recognition and enforcement of arbitral awards relating to commercial disputes is problematic.  These problems result from the influx of foreign investors in Cameroon.  The work, therefore, seeks to examine the various principles guiding the grant and enforcement of arbitral awards, the various types of arbitral awards, enforcement

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Serial Killers as Victims: Can they be Reformed?

The research article emphasizes serial killers from the viewpoint of victimology. The article studies victimization along with the psychoanalysis of the victims and offenders and their inter relationship with the criminal justice system. The article is limited to the study of serial killers in India. The article is contextualized with the analysis of serial killers

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Freedom of Expression: A Critical Analysis in India

Our civilization is 5000 years old; we are people of unity in diversity, we have never been hostile towards different ideas. It is also wished in the Rig-Veda, “Aa no bhadrah kravo yannu vishwath. Since ancient times, free speech was preserved in Rig-Veda, Gita and Asoka inscriptions in India, which is relevant even today. In

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Laws Relating to Domestic Violence in India – A Sociological Analysis

This paper main objectives are to identify and evaluate  What exactly is  domestic abuse  ? What triggers domestic abuse  ? What are the contributing variables that result in domestic violence ? What legislations have been passed so far to limit domestic violence incidents  ? Why is domestic violence such a problem in today’s society  ?

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Human Resource Management Practices and its Impact on Job Satisfaction among Employees in Higher Education Sector

The study assesses to human resource management practices that are recruitment and selection, training and development and performance appraisal on employee’s job satisfaction. Using random sampling method, the sample data of 400 employees (teaching/non-teaching staff) was collected from Government and Private affiliated higher educational institutions of India using questionnaire method. Descriptive and inferential statistical techniques

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