Asia Pacific Law & Policy Review

Asia Pacific Law & Policy Review is an Annual e-Journal of Law & Policy of Asia Pacific Nations bearing ISSN: 2581-4095. The Journal covers contemporary issues of Law & Policy of Asia Pacific Nations and is not limited to any specific topic or subject.

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An Overview of Environmental Laws and Policies for Sustainable Human Life

The paper explores the significance of law and legislative policies in safeguarding the environment and promoting a suitable human life. The environment plays a vital role in sustaining life on Earth, and its protection is crucial for present and future generations. Governments worldwide have recognized the need for comprehensive legal frameworks and policies to address

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Women and Gender Equality: An Illusion or Reality

All through the history of women gender disparity was a part of the commanded society. The prime problems faced by the women around the world are primarily the problem of the whole countries. The vast majority of the politicians considered as the well-wishers of the public never felt an opportunity to talk about the concern

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Legal and Ethical Aspects of Telemedicine in India: Opportunities, Challenges, and the Road Ahead

Telemedicine is a rapidly growing field in India, offering numerous benefits, including improved access to healthcare, cost reductions, and improved patient outcomes. However, the legal aspects of telemedicine in India remain a complex area. This study delves into the legal and ethical aspects of telemedicine in India, elucidating the prevailing regulations, challenges, and potential opportunities.

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Empowerment of Women through Law and Policies – A Critical Analysis

Women represent nearly half of the world’s population there are several laws which has been passed by the government to protect and empower women. Empowerment is the process of development through which an individual is more aware, politically active, economically productive and independent, control over the factors which affect life. The theory of gender equality

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A Critical Evaluation of Insecticide Act, 1968: A Study

Farmer’s crop was targeted from mostly insects and caused huge loss to in the agricultural production approximately 10-90%. To reduce the loss as well as prevent the attack of insecticide over the crops, necessity felt to use insecticide. Insecticides are agents of chemical or biological origin that control insects. Control may result from killing the

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Craft of Criminal Identification Act

The Public Wrongdoing Records Department (NCRB) will be the focal organization to keep up with the records. It will impart the information to policing. States/UTs might advise organizations to gather, save, and offer information in their separate purviews. The information gathered will be held in an advanced or electronic structure for a long time. Records

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