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Articles in Academic and Professional Journals and Law Reviews

1. “Legal Education, Globalization, and Institutional Excellence: Challenges for the Rule of Law and Access to Justice in India”, INDIANA JOURNAL OF GLOBAL LEGAL STUDIES, Volume 20, Issue 1 (2013), Indiana University Maurer School of Law, pp.1-32.  
 
2. “Corruption and the Crisis of Governance in India”, GLOBAL-IS-ASIAN, October-December 2011, pp.10-11, Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, National University of Singapore.
 
3. “National Human Rights Institutions (NHRIs) and Economic, Social and Cultural Rights: Toward the Institutionalization and Developmentalization of Human Rights”, Volume 28, Number 2, August 2006, HUMAN RIGHTS QUARTERLY, pp.755-779, The John Hopkins University Press, United States of America.
 
4. “National Human Rights Institutions (NHRIs) and Economic, Social and Cultural Rights: Toward the Institutionalization and Developmentalization of Human Rights”, Volume 28, Number 2, August 2006, HUMAN RIGHTS QUARTERLY, pp.755-779, The John Hopkins University Press, United States of America.  
 
5. “Institutionalisation of Human Rights in Asia: Developmentalizing Rights to Promote Good Governance”, Volume 12, No.2, LexisNexis, 2004, ASIA PACIFIC LAW REVIEW, pp.143-159, School of Law, City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, China.
 
6. “Corruption in Japan: Institutionalizing the Right to Information, Transparency and the Right to Corruption-Free Governance”, Volume 10, Number 1, May 2004, NEW ENGLAND JOURNAL OF INTERNATIONAL AND COMPARATIVE LAW, pp.1-30, New England School of Law, United States of America.  
 
7. “National Human Rights Institutions: Good Governance Perspectives on Institutionalization of Human Rights”, Volume 19, Number 2, 2003, AMERICAN UNIVERSITY INTERNATIONAL LAW REVIEW, pp.259-300, American University, Washington College of Law, United States of America.  
 
8. “National Human Rights Institutions: Good Governance Perspectives on Institutionalization of Human Rights”, Volume 19, Number 2, 2003, AMERICAN UNIVERSITY INTERNATIONAL LAW REVIEW, pp.259-300, American University, Washington College of Law, United States of America.
 
9. “Legal Education, Globalisation and Institutional Excellence: Challenges for the Rule of Law and “Access to Justice in India”, in Law and (in) Equalities Contemporary Perspectives - Essays in Honour of Professor Mahendra Pal Singh”, Swati Deva (Ed.), Eastern Book Company, 2010, pp.289-309.
 
Chapters in Books
 
1. “India and the ASEAN: Education, Rule of Law and Good Governance” in Building ASEAN Identity on a Transnational Dimension, Yasushi Kikuchi and Vesselin Popovski (editors), Interbooks, Japan, 2014. 
 
2. Legal Education, Globalisation and Institutional Excellence: Challenges for the Rule of Law and “Access to Justice in India”, in Law and (in) Equalities Contemporary Perspectives - Essays in Honour of Professor Mahendra Pal Singh”, Swati Deva (Ed.), Eastern Book Company, 2010, pp.289-309
 
3. Corruption, Transparency in Governance and Development: Reinventing Sovereignty for Promoting Good Governance” (2008), pp.251-265, a commissioned book chapter published in “The End of Westphalia? Re-envisioning Sovereignty” (Ashgate, pp.375), a book project organised by the International Institute for Ethics, Law and Governance, Griffith University, Australia and the United Nations University (UNU), Japan.  
 
4. Elections and Voting Systems: Perspectives on Democratic Governance in Hong Kong”, August 2003, pp. 44-66, book chapter, in the book, “Building Democracy: Creating Good Government for Hong Kong”, HONG KONG UNIVERSITY PRESS (HKUP), Hong Kong, China. 
 
5. Democracy, Plurality and the Indian University", in M. Cross. N. Cloete, et. al. (ed.), Diversity and Unity: The Role of Higher Education in Building Democracy, Maskew Miller Longman, 1998.

  
Shorter Articles in Newspapers and Magazines

1. “ Fresh ideas, not more institutions”, THE HINDU, 16 June 2014. Web: http://www.thehindu.com/opinion/op-ed/fresh-ideas-not-more-institutions/article6117037.ece
 
2. Accountability and independence”, THE HINDU, 13 August 2014. Web: http://www.thehindu.com/opinion/op-ed/accountability-and-independence/article6309524.ece
 
3. “Reforming Higher Education”, THE FINANCIAL EXPRESS,  30 June 2014. Web: http://www.financialexpress.com/news/union-budget-reforming-higher-education/1265210
 
Books
 
C. Raj Kumar, R. Sudarshan, Shiv Visvanathan & Y.S.R. Murthy (eds.), The Future of Indian
Universities: Comparative Perspectives on Higher Education Reforms, Oxford University
Press (forthcoming 2014).