Volume 4 Issue 3

S.NOTITLEAUTHORPAGE NO. URL ADDRESS
1.IS THE BODY EVERLASTING? AN EXTENSION OF SPINOZA’S THEORY OF IMMORTALITYRocco A. Astore 1-18http://sajms.com/volume-4-issue-3/body-everlasting-extension-spinozas-theory-immortality/
2.MATERNAL AND FOETAL OUTCOME IN PREGNANCY WITH FIBROIDNidhi Sharma, Seema Mehta, Manju Sharma, Lata Rajoria,
Rama Chaterjee, Rabinder Iqbal, Divya Mishra
19-26http://sajms.com/volume-4-issue-3/maternal-foetal-outcome-pregnancy-fibroid/
3.DO INDIAN WOMEN GET THIR SHARE IN QWL PIE? A QUALITATIVE STUDY OF WORKPLACE EXPECTATIONSDr. Vibhuti Tripathi and Vibha Yadav27-46http://sajms.com/volume-4-issue-3/indian-women-get-thir-share-qwl-pie-qualitative-study-workplace-expectations/
4.LINKING RIVERS, DELINKING SOCIETIES: A BRIEF HISTORYMaj Gen S.G.Vombatkere, VSM 47-54http://sajms.com/volume-4-issue-3/linking-rivers-delinking-societies-brief-history/
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GADI LUHAR TRIBE AND HERITAGE OF PUNJAB: A STUDYAnita Chahal55-68http://sajms.com/volume-4-issue-3/gadi-luhar-tribe-heritage-punjab-study/
6.DETERMINANTS AND OUTCOMES OF CLOTHING CHOICES AMONGST YOUTH:
A SURVEY BASED INVESTIGATION`
Akriti Shakya and Charu Swami69-86http://sajms.com/volume-4-issue-3/determinants-outcomes-clothing-choices-amongst-youth-survey-based-investigation/
7. ANALYSIS OF CIC ORDERS RELATED TO LIFE AND LIBERTY ISSUES AND TIME TAKEN BY THE CIC IN CONCLUDING SUCH DISPUTES
Ritesh Kumar
87-100http://sajms.com/volume-4-issue-3/analysis-cic-orders-related-life-liberty-issues-time-taken-cic-concluding-disputes/
8.IMMANENCE AND TRANSCENDENCE: FOREST AS AN ARCHETYPAL AND
ECOLOGICAL ABODE IN THE SELECT WORKS OF SARAH JOSEPH
Shanthi Vijayan101-109http://sajms.com/volume-4-issue-3/immanence-transcendence-forest-archetypal-ecological-abode-select-works-sarah-joseph/
9.RIGHT TO LIFE AND PERSONAL LIBERTY OF PRISONERSChitresh Baheti110-127http://sajms.com/volume-4-issue-3/right-life-personal-liberty-prisoners/
10.SQUAD GOALS: FEMALE COMMUNITY IN ZAMI, THE GILDA
STORIES, AND LOVE
Sameera Mehta128-134http://sajms.com/volume-4-issue-3/squad-goals-female-community-zami-gilda-stories-love/
11.GENDER EQUALITY IS A HUMAN RIGHT: AN ASSESSMENT OF CONVENTION
ON THE ELIMINATION OF ALL FORMS OF DISCRIMINATION AGAINST
WOMEN (CEDAW)
Katiyani Juneja135-150http://sajms.com/volume-4-issue-3/gender-equality-human-right-assessment-convention-elimination-forms-discrimination-women-cedaw/
12.REVISITING BADAL SIRCAR’S THIRD THEATRE
Suvankar Ghosh Roy Chowdhury151-157http://sajms.com/volume-4-issue-3/revisiting-badal-sircars-third-theatre/
13.BIRTH OF A NEW BANGLADESH:REVISITING THE UNSPOKEN HISTORIES IN TAHMIMAANAM’STHE GOOD MUSLIMDr. Payel Pal158-164http://sajms.com/volume-4-issue-3/birth-new-bangladeshrevisiting-unspoken-histories-tahmimaanamsthe-good-muslim/
14.AN ANALYSIS OF THE BHIMAYANA: EXPERIENCES OF
UNTOUCHABILITY- A DEPARTURE FROM THE HISTORY BOOK
HEROISM OF INDIA
Supriya Banerjee165-172http://sajms.com/volume-4-issue-3/analysis-bhimayana-experiences-untouchability-departure-history-book-heroism-india/
15.CONCEPT OF DECEPTIVE SIMILARITY UNDER
TRADEMARK LAW IN INDIA AND USA
Sheetal Chauhan173-199http://sajms.com/volume-4-issue-3/concept-deceptive-similarity-trademark-law-india-usa/
16.TIME TO LET GO OF THE DOCTRINE OF ‘RAREST OF RARE’ Zeb Hasan200-204http://sajms.com/volume-4-issue-3/time-let-go-doctrine-rarest-rare/
17.GENDER DISPARITY IN EDUCATION SECTOR IN INDIA: A QUANTITATIVE ANALYSISRekha & Dev karan205-216http://sajms.com/volume-4-issue-3/gender-disparity-education-sector-india-quantitative-analysis/
18.IDENTIFYING SUSTAINABILITY THROUGH EVOLUTION IN ARCHITECTURE AND BUILT ENVIRONMENTAr. Sakshi Suresh Pandey, Ar. Sakriti Vishwakarma217-229http://sajms.com/volume-4-issue-3/identifying-sustainability-evolution-architecture-built-environment/
19.POLITICS OF ETHNIC IDENTITY IN ASSAM: A STUDY OF TAI AHOMSBornali Hati Boruah230-243http://sajms.com/volume-4-issue-3/politics-ethnic-identity-assam-study-tai-ahoms/
20.GLOBALISATION AND “GLOCALISATION”:
A LEGAL ANALYSIS OF THE MCDONALD’S INDIA BRANDS
Mukul Sharma244-259http://sajms.com/volume-4-issue-3/legal-analysis-mcdonalds-india-brands/
21.DEMONETISATION- ITS PROS AND CONSTridisha Bayan260-267http://sajms.com/volume-4-issue-3/demonetisation-pros-cons/
22.PROTECTING CELEBRITY RIGHTS UNDER IP LAW REGIMEShruti Bhushan268-285http://sajms.com/volume-4-issue-3/protecting-celebrity-rights-ip-law-regime/
23.BODY POLITIC: SEXUALITY, HEALTH AND HYGIENE IN COLONIAL INDIA (1860-1930)Mridul Megha286-310http://sajms.com/volume-4-issue-3/body-politic-sexuality-health-hygiene-colonial-india-1860-1930/
24.MARRIAGE AS A MIRAGE OF HAPPINESS:
A STUDY OF PHILIP ROTH’S THE HUMBLING
Pooja Goyal311-324http://sajms.com/volume-4-issue-3/study-philip-roths-humbling/
25.DEMONETIZATION &IT’S IMPACT ON INDIAN TAXESShalaka Prakash Chavan325-335http://sajms.com/volume-4-issue-3/demonetization-impact-indian-taxes/