3 NUJS L. Rev. [i] (2010)

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CONVOCATION SECTION
The Chancellor's Address
Hon'ble Justice K.G Balakrishnan                  .............1.........
Convocation Address: The Viable University
Andr6 Bdteille       ........................................... 5
ARTICLES
Trade Law As A Form Of Human Rights Protection?
LisaYarwood   .......... ..  ..................................................................  13
Bringing Clarity to Private Defence: The Singapore Experience
Stanley Y eo.....................................................................................................  33
NOTES
The '3 Idiots' Controversy-Focusing on the Contractual Liabilities
and Moral Rights of the Author
Debadyuti Baneijee and Parth Gokhale......................      53
Towards Protection of Children Against Sexual Abuse: No Child's Play
Pallavi Nautiyal and Arun  M al.....................................................................  77
The Sez Act, 2005 - Issues of Conformity with the WTO Rules
Rukmini Das and Kartik Khanna                .............................. 93
Grant of Geographical Indication Designation to Tirupati Laddu:
Commercialization of Faith?
Meghna Banerjee & Susanah Naushad...      .................................... 107
BOoK REvIEw
Legal Grounds: Natural Resources, Identity and the Law in Jharkhand
Editor: Nandini Sundar. Oxford University Press, New Delhi, 2009
Rukmini Sen...        ..................................    .. 123

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