Rahul Ranjan

Access To The Ocean: An Evaluation Of The Regime Of The Rights Accredited To The Landlocked States Under The UNCLOS, 1982

“States without Access” to and from the sea constitute almost one-fifth of the states in the international community. Despite being recognized by several international instruments, landlocked states have yet to enjoy their full rights. The UNCLOS offers a thorough legal framework for controlling the resources and uses of ocean areas. However, it also substantially limits …

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Revelations from the Collapse of Silicon Valley Bank: From the Perspective of Risk Management of Financial Institutions

This article examines the main reasons for the collapse of Silicon Valley Bank (SVB) in March 2023 from a regulatory and risk management perspective. By analyzing SVB Financial Group’s 10-K filings, we found that the economic value of its equity was indicative of excessive interest rate risk on SVB’s balance sheet more than a year …

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An Insight on the Management Practices of Japanese Companies in India

This paper aims to delve into and expound on the managerial and human resource policies in Japanese companies operating in India with respect to industrial practices and management of the workers therein. This analytic study is based on on-ground transactions enabling collection of conclusive data and observations made while on the job, during industrial and …

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Analysis of Tanzania’s National Human Rights Institution in Light of International Human Rights and Good Governance Principles

The Commission for Human Rights and Good Governance (CHRAGG) is an independent government agency established to serve as Tanzania’s national focal point for advancing and defending human rights. Protection of human rights and supervising the core principles of good governance is a vital duty of the National Human Rights Institutions. In order to guarantee the preservation of human …

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Review of Case Management System in the High Court of Tanzania: Criminal Justice Perspective

The article reviews the criminal justice case management system in the High Court of Tanzania, focusing on scrutinization, scheduling, and control at various stages of criminal case processing. It highlights significant gaps in the system, notably in the initial scrutinization of cases at admission, leading to the progression of flawed cases. The article points out …

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The Role of Non-Governmental Organizations in the Rehabilitation and Reintegration of Detainees in Cameroon: Implications on Communities and Prisons

Imprisonment in a correctional service exists to punish those who violate the law. A cardinal principle during imprisonment is the rehabilitation and reintegration of detainees. Ironically, in Cameroonian prisons there is little attention paid on rehabilitation and reintegration objective of imprisonment. State and Non-State actors share this responsibility although primarily, it is the State duty. …

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Plea Bargaining Procedures in Tanzania: An Analysis of the Efficacy of the Laws

The criminal justice in Tanzania is delivered to offenders through the established criminal justice system. It consists of series of government institutions like the police, prosecution services, defense attorneys, courts and prisons. However, due to increase of population and rate of crime in Tanzania, the criminal justice system encounters some challenges. The congestion in prisons …

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An Analysis of the Anti-Corruption Legal Framework and the Capacity to Apprehend Public Sector Corruption in Nigeria

Nigeria is dealing with a variety of problems. These issues, which include poverty, insecurity, kidnapping, ethnic and religious strife, poor governance, and many more, can be linked to corruption. Despite the magnitude of its GDP, Nigeria gets one of the poorest ratings for governance and corruption. This performance is directly related to the fact that …

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Enforcement of Informal Sector Taxation to Expand Revenue Base in Nigeria: A Review

This paper evaluates the enforcement of informal sector taxation. It shall focus on the self-employed and Small and Medium-Scale Enterprises (SMEs) in order to expand revenue base in Nigeria. It attempts to answer the main question – how to bring into tax net, the hithertho untapped segment, called ‘’informal sector economy’’. Taxation sensitization of informal …

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An Examination of the Dispute Settlement Mechanism within the Competition Legal Framework in Tanzania

Competition is an economics term which generates its origin from the ultimate point of view that excludes the seller from provision of services and or goods in a substandard manner while charging the consumers more. This is usually done by business firms as a market strategy in order to ensure their monopolization is sustained. The …

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