The Switched On Brain: Describes studies that are using light waves in the brain to cure psychiatric diseases. I s "Phubbing" Ruining Your social Relationships? They Loved Your G. Living with the Bomb: Living with the Bomb in National Geographic. Is Google Making Us Stupid?
Does the Internet Make You Smarter? How is digital learning going to change schools and education? My assignment was to choose a technology to question in my final project. I chose chip implantation in humans. Is this a sound topic? A paper about chip implantation in humans is an exciting and vital topic to evaluate, and since there are already some experiments being done in Sweeden and elsewhere to see how efficient and successful this technology can be, you should have some current information to use for your research.
If you are critiquing this practice, you might want to consider:. How safe is chip implantation for humans? Consider health risks and possible allergy problems. Will microchipping keep us safer or put our finances and personal information in danger? I am tasked with writing a research article on Information technology. Do you have any suggestions? Many of the topics in this article involve using information technology.
To find a good topic, I'd suggest you start with the section which is labeled "Information and communication tech," but if you don't find anything there, you should look through the other sections for a topic which involves computers.
Can you suggest a topic about computers and defense for a research paper? Technology or social media topics are something that everyone wants to investigate because so many of us are worried about our own use of phone and social media. You will find a lot of research articles that will help you write this paper. Because so many of my students have done this sort of topic, I will give you a hint: What do you think of the topics, "Has media hurt or helped family communication?
What has been the effect on personal relationships of an increasing reliance on social media to communicate? How can we use social media effectively to enhance our personal relationships with family and friends? What do you think of, "How does incorporating information technologies in the classroom affect students?
What do you think of "Personal devices for improving productivity at school" as a research topic? Using a question works better for your topic. Then your personal opinion or research is the answer. Here are some ideas:. Additionally, you can narrow down this topic by choosing a particular age group to deal with: Is there a type of intelligence developed through conventional reading and research which is being lost in the digital age?
Many of my students have been researching this topic recently. What do you think of the topic, "To what extent is the development of new technologies having a negative effect? Many of my students are worried about the negative influence of new technologies. You might want to narrow your topic to just one type of new technology to research and discuss this more effectively. You have an interesting question but I think that it might be even better if you elaborated a bit more.
Here are some possibilities:. Would "Is bringing back extinct animals helpful? Scientists are considering bringing back the long-extinct Wooly Mammoth, but they are also thinking about ways to perhaps revive creatures which are close to extinction, such as the western black rhino and the southern white rhino. Here are some other questions on this topic:.
Do you have any suggestions for the technology essay topic "How can the impact of digital advertising be assessed in developing countries? That is an interesting problem solution question. Here are some other possible questions on the same topic:. Can digital advertising be used to solve social problems in developing countries? I know some studies are being done about this last topic, and there is the wonderful example of the "Dumb Ways to Die" campaign which reached worldwide notoriety by using a catchy tune to urge people not to do things that would cause them to be hit by a train.
That question is about the effect or importance of memes. Here are some other ways to word that idea, along with a few other questions on that topic:. When do memes go from being a humorous or helpful satire to being abusive or harmful? What do you think of the topic, "How are robots changing healthcare? I was asked to choose a topic about something that had the long-term impact internationally.
Is the advancement in military technology a good topic for a research proposal? What kind of advancement? Why does it have an impact? Picking a question which is more narrow can make your topic better. Sign in or sign up and post using a HubPages Network account. Comments are not for promoting your articles or other sites. Hi Ibrahim--Check out my other science essay topics articles or Google my name "VirginiaLynne" with the topic you want.
Here is one of them: Hi Paula, your best bet is to write down a list of technologies that people rely on too much, then for the 3 most interesting technologies in your opinion write a list of ways that people's lives are hurt by that over-reliance. You will probably find that one of the technologies gives you either more to write about, or more interesting ideas.
That will help you choose a topic. I've been asked to write a persusasive paper on modern technology that's controversial because people may or may not rely on it too much. I need to narrow this down to one facet, but having a hard time deciding on which direction to go with.
The max on words is 2,, and I tend to over write, so I really need to narrow down as much as possible. Can you help me with this?
Can you help me for select the research topic of undergraduate level. I would like to do my research in area of E-commerce and supply chain management. So please give me simple topics for doing my research. Hi Nancy, I have a number of these topics in my "Science Topics" article. Here are a couple:. Different kinds of medical management systems are a good topic. Your question would be something like, "What is the best way for medical record system to be set up? Hi , I want to develop a system on where patients will be recorded as for now their names are recorded in books.
My topic is patients record management systems. Is my topic ok? Secillia, you should do a question like: What is the best system for a clinic to track the visits of patients on a daily basis? I want to do my research in a clinic developing a system lik on how to calculate the number of patient who vista daily. My topic is calculating the number of patients who vists daily. Is my question right.
That is an interesting question Oni, and I think you could possibly write a good paper about that. You could actually try an even broader question: How can the Internet Of Things be used to help in disease control? Hi Paola, you are right that you need to narrow the topic and one of the ways to do this is to turn it into a question which then can have several possible answers.
Your answer will be the thesis. I am trying to do a research paper on technology. The question that I came up with is: I feel as if this question is way too broad. There are parents that are aware of how risky online experiences can be or are! Hi Layla, I think you've written two good questions. I don't know whether these would be hard to research. The first question is descriptive and would be an explaining paper.
The second paper is an evaluation. You could also do something like: How has social media changed the way the government and governed people communicate? How has Twitter changed the way people think about government? Do people know more or less now about their government than before there was technology and social media?
I am looking for a research topic for Technology and Government. I came up with. I am not positive if these are strong topics to do a research paper on. Any advice or suggestions? How is smart concrete changing the way civil engineers design their projects? Smart concrete has dormant bacteria spores along with calcium lactate which fills in cracks and self-heals the concrete. Hi Sarah, you can narrow your topic by talking about either one particular kind of social network, like Twitter, Facebook or Instagram.
Another way to narrow the topic is to talk about what kind of information, such as political action, current news, disaster preparedness, or even a very specific situation like school shootings. Hi, I also need a help for narrowing the topic because my teacher thinks it is kind of wide. I proposed for my topic to be "The impact of social networks on dissemination of information" but he wants me to narrow it and I don't really know how.
Hi William, you probably want to add something about what they are hacking. If students are your focus group, then you might want to add what they hack, such as school records, or their grades.
Hi, could you help me narrower the topic please? My topic is to do a research to investigate the perception of hacking among student, but my teacher say it is too wide range. Hi Jencee, you could do a topic like: Hello, I like your ideas but I'm still having problems about choosing a research topic. Can you help me? My teacher told us to think of what we could research about IT students or IT schools..
How does technology use change the way a business state a type of business practice? How can using new technologies help a restaurant business improve efficiency and customer service? Hi Jerick, the science of criminology is also called forensics. The topics in this article are for research rather than experimenting.
For an experiment topic, you might want to do something about trying to pick up fingerprints from different surfaces. You would have to look up how to pick up fingerprints first. This is not hard to do.
My kids did this at a science museum. Then you would test different surfaces like paper, glass, wood, metal etc. The question could be "which surface is the easiest to get a clear fingerprint from? Ian and Aye--I'd suggest that you look at my other articles, especially the one that gives science essay ideas. Can you help us? We are having a difficulty on choosing our topic and constructing a title for it. We are Education students major in Biology.
Can you please give or suggest some qualitative research or topics? We are from Philippines and we need your help. Hi Ariemar, any of the questions here would make a good title. You can shorten it a bit. I like using questions for a title because it makes the reader interested in the answer, and therefore more open to reading your paper. Its a wide range of good gopics but can I ask for your suggestion of research topics about engineering?
Hi ASD, you would need to narrow down your topic and idea in order to find a good title. You might want to look at my other topic ideas in my other articles on Science ideas. This list was super helpful, there are some great ideas and topics to write about Hi Ariane--check out my other ideas on science topics by looking at my profile or searching on the site for my other articles. Here are a few ideas: What are the advantages of Free Space Optics?
How is the Philippines most vulnerable to cyber attacks? How can we better protect our data from hackers? May I ask your help?? Help me find the best title for my research.. About the computer system.. Find the link either in the sidebar or on my profile page. I need a research topic about science. A topic which is similar to investigatory project or science project.
Thanks, Allie, You might want to check my article about science topics. In reality, most of chemical engineering is moving over to computational engineering and nanotechnology. So a good topic might be, "how is computational engineering changing chemical engineering" or "how is the chemical engineering profession changing?
The suggested topics given are all good. But can you also please give me an example of a research topic about chemical engineering? Its for my research paper in K Hi Mitch- for robotics and computer science topics, you might want to try: How will nanobots change biology?
Are smart houses safe? Is facial recognition software making privacy impossible? How should we allow facial recognition software to be used? Is it a good idea for us to move everything to the cloud? What careers will robots take over in the next 20 years? Des, for younger students, it is a good idea to pick a topic that they can research with videos as well as well as articles. I'd suggest going to YouTube and searching for educational videos on bread and pastry. That might give you some ideas.
You also might want to start with a kitchen science type of approach. Then start with a question that students can look for to answer. For example, "What are the different ways to make bread around the world? Do you have some techniques in formulating research titles for specialized subjects in K to 12, most specially about bread and pastry.
Your help and suggestion will be much appreciated. Hi Restituto--I have everything you would need to write a research paper here on HubPages. Look for "Problem Solution paper" and "Research Essay. Hi Madhavi--I don't understand why you would be running out of time trying to choose a Ph. Generally, you should be working that out with the professor in charge of your research.
However, I do think that this is something that people are actually researching on right now in education and probably this could be a general topic area for your research.
However, you would need a narrow and specific focus for a Ph. Hi,I would like to confirm about one essay topic of above mentioned How important is it that schools teach using ipads,smart boards,social media and other new technologies? Hi, Virginia, some of these topics are just good common sense discussion, but some go very deep and beyond even human understanding.
For instance, we have been discussing in a spiritual study group whether souls will be willing to occupy cloned bodies. Highly unscientific, but it might be a good paper for a theology class. Anyway, its a very interesting article and well presented. I would love to be a student today and present papers on some of these topics. I think that some of these topics could be used for a Master's research essay, but you would have to talk with your professor about the requirements for your degree.
Many of the links I've given are based on actual research articles which are published in professional journals. Since those full academic essays are hard for non-specialists to read, I use the more popular explanations of those articles.
However, for a Master's thesis, you could access the original articles. I have read your article. You shared informative tips about research papers. It will be very helpful for everyone. Your article is imperative and quite inspiring for the people who are connected with the technology.
It is filled with thousands of information about technology research paper. The subjects you have written about are just phenomenon. Looking forward some more articles based on science and technology. Great article and really nicely written as well. If you are interested, I'm helping at this start up called TechReviewer.
You get your work professionally edited and published and all for free so if you are interested in writing about technology give it a look!
Thanks for compiling this list, pal -- really enjoyed going over it! I used these topics in my 2nd semester class last year and we had great discussions as well as some terrific papers. I'm really looking forward to using them again this year.
I teach with technology at lot, and I always want my students to think critically about uses, but don't always have these great questions to engage them with. Thank you, and voted up! Phenomenal subject list - a great resource for those seeking ideas on controversial and regular topics. Is Google making us stupid? I like that one. I haven't made my mind up yet - only on alternate days. Other product and company names shown may be trademarks of their respective owners.
Computer Science and Robotics. Understand your Research Assignment: What kind of a research paper has your instructor assigned? Re-read your assignment sheet and any information in the textbook. For example, I ask my students to choose a technology topic for a Summary, Analysis, and Response essay which asks them to research three or more perspectives on an issue. Find a Topic Idea: Look over the topic lists below to find a question that interests you.
For an Exploratory paper , you will need a topic which has three or more perspectives to explore. If you are doing a Position, Argument, or a Cause paper , you will need to know the different perspectives, but you will use your answer to the question as your thesis statement.
Read about the Topic: Once you find one you like, you can learn more about that issue by looking at some of the hyperlinked articles. You can look for more research articles at your school library or online at Google Scholar. Additionally, check science magazines for a non-technical audience like Discover, Scientific American, or Popular Scientist. Science Daily is a good website to check for breaking news and research. Choose a Question to Research: After you find a topic idea you like, write out the question and make a list of other similar issues or words you could use as keywords to research.
You can use the other questions on the topic list to help you out. You can start by looking through a search engine to see what you can find, but don't use articles that don't fit the type of authoritative sources your instructor requires. Use Links to Find Good Sources: One hint is to follow the links in articles that are written for a non-specialist that go to the original sources and research articles.
You can also use your library resources to find more academic articles. Follow my instructions in writing your essay: Here is a list of twenty starter topic ideas for research essays.
See below for many more! What are the long-term effects of living in a technological world? Are these mostly negative or positive? Are children under 12 now growing up in a different world than college-age students did? How is it different, and what does that mean for them?
What is the most important new technology for solving world problems? How has social media helped solve and create problems in countries outside the U. Will governments like China continue to be able to control citizens' access to the Internet and social media? How do social media, texting, cell phones, and the Internet make the world bigger?
What are the implications of ever-increasing globalization through technology to the global economy? Technology is changing so quickly that we are frequently using computers, software programs, and other technologies that have frustrating glitches and problems. Is there a solution? How does our experience of social interactions with other humans influence the way we interact with machines?
When does it become morally wrong to genetically engineer your child? What are new ways people can use technology to change the world? Does the Internet need controls or censorship? If so, what kind? Do digital tools make us more or less productive at work? To what extent is the development of new technologies having a negative effect?
How will technology change our lives in twenty years? Should people get identity chips implanted under their skin? Should people in all countries have equal access to technological developments? Can video gaming really help solve world problems? What are genetically modified food technologies able to do? How does this compare with traditional plant breeding methods? Should genetically modified food technologies be used to solve hunger issues?
Since it is now possible to sequence human genes to find out about possible future heath risks, is that something everyone should have done? What are the advantages or disadvantages? If people have genetic testing, who has the right to that information? Should healthcare companies and employers have access to that information? If parents have genetic information about their children, when and how should they share it with the child?
What sort of genetic information should parents seek about their children and how might this influence raising that child? Would having cars that drive themselves be a good or bad idea? How might travel in the future be different? Should information technologies and Internet availability make work from home the norm? What is the best way for infertile couples to have a child?
Should research into mechanical reproduction technologies be unlimited? What do we do about frozen embryos that won't be used by the donating couple? Should "adopting" frozen embryos be encouraged more widely? Is mechanical reproduction ethical? Is there a difference between raising adopted and birth children? How can we best take care of the problem of unwanted pregnancies? What makes a person a mother or a father? What regulation should there be on the infertility technologies?
Should health insurance plans cover infertility technologies? An article about egg and sperm donation How important is it to have a genetic connection with your children? Do egg donors and children have rights to a relationship? Should egg and sperm donors be compensated? Is surrogate pregnancy a good way for a couple to get a baby? Is it right that surrogacy is heavily advertised to military wives? Should surrogates be used for any reason, or only for health reasons?
Should there be regulations of international surrogacy? The system of appeals from India to the Privy Council in England was introduced by this Charter in The role of the Privy Council has been a great unifying force and the instrument and embodiment of the rule of law in India. Thus, the Act of transformed the Privy Council into a great imperial court of unimpeachable authority.
The High Courts were established having civil, criminal, admiralty, vice-admiralty, testimony, intestate, and matrimonial jurisdiction, as well as original and appellate jurisdiction. Provincial autonomy was established in India with the establishment of the Government of India Act, , which introduced responsibility at the provincial level and sought the Union of British Indian Provinces with the rulers of Estate in a federation.
As a federal system depends largely upon a just and competent administration of the law between governments themselves, the Act provided for the establishment of the Federal Court, forerunner of the Supreme Court of India. The Federal Court was the second highest Court in the judicial hierarchy in India. The Federal Court was the first Constitutional Court and also the first all-India Court of extensive jurisdiction, and it had Original Jurisdiction in matters where there was dispute between the provinces or federal States.
It was also the Appellate Court for the judgments, decrees, or final orders of the High Courts. Thus, the Federal Court of India had original, appellate and advisory jurisdiction. The doctrine of precedent in India also had its roots in Federal Court as the law declared by the Federal Court and Privy Council has been given binding affect on all the courts in British India. The Indian Constitution is basically federal in form and is marked by the traditional characteristics of a federal system, namely Supremacy of the Constitution, division of power between the Union and State , and the existence of an independent judiciary in the Indian Constitution.
The three organs of the State — State, Legislature and Judiciary — have to function within their own spheres demarcated under the Constitution. In other words, the doctrine of Separation of Powers has been implicitly recognized by the Indian Constitution. The basic structure of the Constitution is unchangeable and only such amendments to the Constitution are allowed which do not affect its basic structure or rob it of its essential character. The Constitution of India recognizes certain basic fundamental rights for every citizen of India, such as the Right to Equality, the Right to Freedom, the Right against exploitation, the Right to Freedom of Religion, Cultural and Educational rights, and the Right to Constitutional Remedies.
Any infringement of fundamental rights can be challenged by any citizen of India in the court of law. The Constitution of India also prescribes some fundamental duties on every citizen in India. The Supreme Court, since its inception, was empowered with jurisdiction far greater than that of any comparable court anywhere in the world.
As a federal court, it has exclusive jurisdiction to determine disputes between the Union of India and any state and the states inter-se. Under Article 32, it issue writs for enforcement of fundamental rights guaranteed under the Constitution of India. As an appellate court, it could hear appeals from the state high courts on civil, criminal and constitutional matters.
It has the special appellate power under Article to grant leave to appeal from any tribunal or court. Thus, it is a forum for the redressing of grievance not only in its jurisdiction as conferred by the constitution, but also as a platform and forum for every grievance in the country which requires judicial intervention. The Supreme Court, with the present strength of 25 judges and the chief justice, is the repository of all judicial powers at the national level.
Supreme Court judges holds office until they reach the age of 65 years. The State Judiciary consists of a high court for each state and subordinate courts in each district. Each high court consists of a chief justice and a number of puisne judges. The high court judges are appointed by the President after consultation with the chief justice of India and the chief justice of that state. The high court judge holds office until he reaches the age of 62 years. The principle of the independence of justice is a basic feature of the constitution.
In a country like India, which is marching along the road to social justice with the banner of democracy and the rule of law, the principle of independence of justice should not only be treated as an abstract conception but also a living faith. Independence of justice deals with the independence of the individual judges in relation to their appointment, tenure, and payment of salaries, and also non-removal except by process of impeachment.
The concept of independence of justice is a noble concept which inspires the constitutional scheme and constitutes the foundation on which rests the edifice of our democratic polity.
It is absolutely essential that the judiciary must be free from executive pressure or influence and this has been secured by the constitution maker by making elaborate provisions in the constitution of India. The Law Commission of India was started in by an executive order. In order to confront new situations and problems which arise from time to time and to amend law which calls for amendment, a body like the Law Commission is absolutely essential.
This is because it is a body which is not committed to any political party and which consists of judges and lawyers, who are expert in the field and who would bring to bear upon the problems purely judicial and impartial minds.
As the parliament is very busy in day-to-day debates and discussions, its members do not have the necessary time to consider legal changes required to meet the new situations and problems in a constructive manner.
For that the Law Commission may be able to serve its purpose effectively. The function of the law commission is to study the existing laws, suggest amendments to the same if necessary, and to make recommendations for enacting new laws.
The recommendations for amendment of the existing laws are made by the commission either suo motu or on the request of the government. Presently, the eighteenth Law Commission is in existence. The Law Commission in India has brought out scholarly reports to date on various legal aspects. The profession of law is called a noble profession, and lawyers are a force for the perseverance and strengthening of constitutional government because they are guardians of the modern legal system.
The first step in the direction of organizing a legal profession in India was taken in with the establishment of the Supreme Court at Calcutta. Other, similar regulations were passed to regulate the legal profession in the Companies courts in Bengal, Bihar, Orissa, Madras, and Bombay. The Legal Practitioner Act of was enacted to consolidate and amend the law relating to legal practitioners. After independence of India, it was felt that the judicial administration in India should be changed according to the needs of the time.
Presently, the legal profession in India is governed by the Advocates Act of , which was enacted on the recommendation of the Law Commission of India to consolidate the law relating to legal practitioners and to provide for the constitution of the Bar Council and the All India Bar.
Under the Advocates Act, the Bar Council of India has been created as a statutory body to admit persons as advocates on its roll, to prepare and maintain such roll, to entertain and determine instances of misconduct against advocates on its roll and to safeguard the rights, privileges, and interests of advocates on its roll.
The Bar Council of India is also an apex statutory body which lays down standards of professional conduct and etiquette for advocates, while promoting and supporting law reform. There are two types of graduate level law courses in India: A graduate from a recognized law college, under the Advocates Act of , is only entitled to be registered as an advocate with the Bar Council, and any law graduate registered with Bar Council is eligible to practice in any court of law in India.
Legal fraternity may need different types of information, such as case laws, statutory provisions, rules framed under any act, object and reasons of any act, amendment of any act, notifications issued under any particular statute, debates in parliament at the time of enactment of any particular act, or academic articles on a given topic in different situations.
Legal literature manifests itself in many forms such as: Some of the journals also publish statutory materials such as acts, amendments, rules, etc. The theory of binding force of precedent is firmly established in England. A judge is bound to follow the decision of any court recognized as competent to bind him, and it becomes his duty to administer the law as declared by such a court. The system of precedent has been a powerful factor in the development of the common law in England.
Because of common law heritage, the binding force of precedents has also been firmly established in India, meaning thereby that the judgments delivered by the superior courts are as much the law of the country as legislative enactments. The theory of precedent brings in its wake the system of law reporting as its necessary concomitant. Publication of decisions is a condition necessary for the theory of precedent to operate; there must be reliable reports of cases. If the cases are to be binding, then there must be precise records of what they lay down, and it is only then that the doctrine of stare decisis can function meaningfully.
Though the Law Reports Act gave authenticity to the official reports, it did not take away the authority of unpublished precedents or give a published decision a higher authority than that possessed by it as a precedent.
A Supreme Court or high court decision is authoritative by itself, not because it is reported. The practice of citing unreported decisions thus led to the publication of a large number of private reports. The unusual delay in publication of official reports and incompleteness of the official reports made the private reports thrive, resulting in a number of law reports in India being published by non-official agencies on a commercial basis.
In India, there are more than law reports published in the country. They cover a very wide range and are published from various points of view. Legal fraternity may require different types of information for different purposes.
The most common types of information sought by the legal fraternity are: Subject indexes given at the end of the commentaries are a very useful aid to find out the desired case law on specific aspect.
In the electronic era, legal databases both online and on CD-ROM, are also very useful for finding any particular case law or case laws on specific topics. The legislative intent of any provision can be ascertained with the help of the following tools: Law Commission Reports , while proposing any new enactment or proposing any amendment in the existing statute, review the legal position on that particular aspect in India as well as in other countries.
Hence Law Commission reports are treated as useful tools for ascertaining the legislative intent. When a bill is introduced in the Upper House or Lower House, sometimes it is referred to a Parliamentary Committee which examines the bill and submits a report to the Parliament. Hence, these reports also contain the background material of any act and can be treated as a useful source for determining legislative intent.
Speeches delivered by the Finance Minister of the Union government while presenting the budget in the Parliament or by the State Finance Ministers, while presenting the budget in the state legislatures, are important instruments for ascertaining the purpose of levying a particular tax and serve as an important source of information for the honorable judges for interpreting the provisions of a taxing statute while rendering a decision in any case.
Articles published in the law journals on any specific topic are necessary informational resources for writing speeches and can be searched by browsing through the journals, browsing through the legal databases, and browsing through the indexes of the legal articles. Besides articles, legislative histories of the enactment relating to the topic, objects and reasons, law commission or committee reports, if any, on the topic concerned, and statistics, are important.
The internet is a useful tool for retrieving the statistical information on the relevant topic through various governmental websites. The legislative history of any particular enactment can be traced with the help of the latest Bare Act. After identifying the amendments in a particular act, original amendments are to be retrieved from the government gazettes or journals containing statutory information.
Objects and reasons of the particular amendment also give useful insight for the purpose of amendment in any particular act. This database is going to be made available very soon on the website of the Supreme Court. Corresponding foreign law to any statutory provision in India can be traced with the help of any international legal database containing statutory information, such as Westlaw or LexisNexis.
Commentaries on the foreign case laws on the subject may also be examined for identifying the corresponding statutory provisions. And if that word has been interpreted in any decision by any court, the court has to give its decision on the basis of the appropriate meaning of that particular word defined in any decision of any court. Constitutional Law of India: A Critical Commentary, Edn. Shorter Constitution of India, Edn. Indian Constitutional Law, Edn.
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Law of Evidence, Edn. Code of Civil Procedure, Edn. Law of Civil Procedure, Edn. Code of Civil Procedure, , Edn. Arbitration and Conciliation Law of India, Edn. Principles of Statutory Interpretation, Edn. Supreme Court Yearly Digest. Supreme Court Millennium Digest , Vol. Bharat Law Publications, Civil and Criminal, Edn. Universal Law Publishers, , Reprint Law Publishers India Pvt. There are approximately law journals, which are being published in India.
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