CONTENTS:- 1. The Idea of Natural Right / Jagat Pal 2. Atrocities Against Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes: Remedies and Ramifications / Raju Majhi 3. Child Abuse: A Major Challenge before Juvenile Justice System / Pradeep Singh 4. Right to Elementary Education-An Overview / Ranjit Sil 5. Indian Content of Human Rights: Vedic Approach / Vivek Kumar Pathak 6. Cyber Terrorism and Cyber Law in India / V.P. Singh 7. State Financing in Disaster Relief in India: A Legal Study / P.K. Pandey 8. Intellectual Property and Biodiversity: An Indian Solution to the Likely Conflict / Rajnish Kumar Singh 9. The Complexity of Religion and the Definition of 'Religion' / Ravinder Kumar 10. ADR and YAMA / Carmen M. Cusack 11. Interlocutory Injunction vis-a-vis Immovable Property / Ashish Aggarwal 12. Book Review: Victims' Rights and Victims' Wrongs: Comparative Liability in Criminal Law / Arun Kumar Singh
Human Rights have assumed extremely significant role in the age of democratic environment and specially in the age of development. Inter-alia it may be mentioned that development has deprived many people of their basic human rights as right to livelihood, right to housing, right to land, etc. For example, for the development of people and country we construct many dams across mighty rivers and for that we get evacuated sufficient land for the dam and as a result a lot of people are displaced and deprived of all the rightful rights.