The rapid development of Internet and social networking services have augmented the possibilities to engage in activities online that can be classified as infidelity and introduced new challenges for couples. We examined the complexities for the Indian scenario.
CONFLICT MANAGEMENT AND CONFLICT SOLUTION
Funded by the Bureau of Police Research and Development (Ministry of Home Affairs), Government of India, the project looked at the dynamics of the conflict between the members of the general public and police.
Euthanasia or assisted suicide-and sometimes both- have been legalized in a small number of countries. Proponents of physician-assisted suicide (PAS) may feel that an individual's right to autonomy automatically entitles him to choose a painless death. However, the Indian context misses the opinion of ordinary citizens. The attitudes of the general masses towards Euthanasia were assessed, as a part of the exercise.
VICTIM ASSISTANCE BILL
CVPS first project on victim assistance created a thorough review of the existing compensa-tion for crime victims across and support services globally. Constant engagements in meetings and discussions with lawyers, social workers and non-profit organizations have been a part of the research on understanding different perspectives on the need for a victim assistance bill since January 2015-and continued to September 2016.
DIGITAL PIRACY IN BRICS AND DEVELOPED ECONOMIES:
A comparative study of psychological, sociological and cultural factors different cultures construe intellectual property differently. This project was targeted at deciphering how behavioural and social factors could moderate the relationship between cultures and intellectual property.
STUDY OF SUICIDE CASES IN STATE POLICE PERSONNEL
Funded by the Bureau of Police Research & Development, Ministry of Home Affairs, the project aimed to unravel the caused of suicide for people in our taskforce.
JIBS has played a prominent role in curating people's views about criminal justice in India. In yet another progressive exercise, our team examined how people feel about extending the death penalty for crimes.
LACUNA IN UNDERSTANDING OF FORENSIC SCIENCE AMONG LAWYERS IN INDIA
A pilot study was conducted to document the existing gap between legal knowledge and procedures among law professionals involved in criminal case trials.
REGULATION OF FORENSIC GUIDELINES IN POST-MORTEM EXAMINATIONS IN INDIA
Studies were planned to underscore the differences in standards associated with postmortem examinations across different Indian states. This exercise was timely as such differences adversely affect the evidences, and the consequent trial outcomes.