Volume III – Issue II
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2. Development Induced Displacement and Challenges of Rehabilitation and Resettlement, With Reference to the Chhattisgarh State
Ms.Tanya PandeyAdvocate Jharkhand High Court, Ranchi
Mr. Abhilash Arun SapreAsst. Professor of Law, Kalinga University, Naya Raipur, India
3. Fair Trial: A Global Right
Annie MampillyLegal Officer, The South Indian Bank Ltd.
4. The Stance of Parody under Copyright Law
Nidhi SinhaLegal Counsel, Bundl Technologies Pvt. Ltd. (Swiggy), Bengaluru, India.Priyank JagawanshiAssistant Professor, Institute of Law, Christ Academy, Bengaluru, India.
5. Constitutional Morality in the Context of Indian Legal System
Ananya ChakravartiAdvocate, Bar Council of Delhi, India.
6. Exclusion of Legal Counsel in International Arbitrations: Analysing the Scope of an Arbitrator’s Powers
Aditya AjayAdvocate (Delhi Bar Council); Associate at Lex Global Legal Consultants, New DelhiMs. Isnain Muzamil5th Year, BA LLB (Hons.), School of Law – University of Kashmir, Srinagar
7. Evolution of Right to Privacy in India
Agam SharmaAdvocate (Delhi Bar Council)
8. Growth and Structure of Large and Medium Scale Industries
(Special Reference to Before and After the Bifurcation of Andhra Pradesh State)
Dr M NazeeruddinAssociate Professor and HOD, Osmania College, Kurnool, Andhra Pradesh, India
9. COVID-19 – Bioterrorism
Dr. Ch. LakshmiAsst.Professor, Damodaram Sanjivayya National Law University, Visakhapatnam, (A.P), India
10. Divorce Law in Goa: An Analysis
Pearl MonteiroAssistant Professor, V.M. Salgaocar College of Law, Goa
11. Role of Jal Shakti Ministry
Shreshth BalachandranAssistant Professor, V.M. Salgaocar College of Law, Goa
12. Compensation to Victims of Crime in India – An Overview
Dr.Sanjeeve Gowda.G.S.Assistant Professor of Law, Visveswarapura College of LawBengaluru, Karnataka, India
13. Access to Medicine and Patent Rights in the Globalized World
Shubhi TrivediAssistant Professor School of Law, Sandip University, India.
14. Right to Speech – A Pillar of Democracy
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Dr. Ashu DhimanAssistant Professor, Centre for Legal Studies, Gitarattan International Business School, Rohini, Delhi, IndiaMr. Paramjeet SinghStudent, Centre for Legal Studies, Gitarattan International Business School, Rohini, Delhi, India
15. A Case Study of ‘Juvenile in Conflict with Law’ from Some Juvenile Homes
Gopa Chandra MandalAssistant Professor of Law, L. J. D. Law College, Falta (Affiliated to University of Calcutta)
16. Constitutionality of Practice of Polygamy in India
Page 183 – 191
Shruti DasAssistant Professor, School of Law, ICFAI University, Tripura
Nibedita BasuAssistant Professor, Faculty of Law. Marwadi University, Gujarat
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18. Law on Gender Transfer in Vietnam: Situation and Solutions
Page 202 – 213
PhD Nguyen Xuan ThuyPeople’s Police Academy, Vietnam
19. Strengthening Legislative and Institutional Capacity for Juvenile Justice
MALAY SRIVASTAVA[B.Sc, MBA, LL.B (H), LL.M, NET]Research Scholar (Shri RamSwaroop Memorial University, Lucknow)
Former Assistant Professor (Law), Nirma University, Ahmedabad, India.
20. Biopiracy: Analysis of Existing International and Indian Legal Frame Work
Deepthi RoddaResearch Scholar,Dr.B.R.Ambedkar College of Law, Andhra University, Visakhapatnam, Andhra Pradesh, India.
21. Right to access information with focus on its limitation by way of public interest in Tanzania: Challenges and Prospects
Godwin StephanoResearch Scholar, School of Legal Studies and Research, APG Shimla University, Himachal Pradesh, India.
22. ‘Right to Sleep as a Fundamental Right: An Analysis vis-à-vis the Ramlila Maidan Case’
Kanchan YadavLL.M. (2018-2019) from WBNUJS, Kolkata
23. The Dangerously Blurring Lines between Judicial Adventurism and Judicial Protection
Arushi AnthwalLL.M. student at Maharashtra National Law University, Mumbai
24. A Study on Incorporation of Right to Health into the Resolution of Patent Law Disputes: A Human Rights Critique
Bijoya Syam PurkayasthaLLM (Student), Ajeenkya DY Patil University, Pune
Shruti SinhaLLM (Student), Ajeenkya DY Patil University, Pune
25. Human Right and Terrorism
Neha VirmaniSchool of Law, University of Petroleum and Energy Studies, Dehradun, Uttrakhand, India
26. Ayodhya Case Analysis Disputed Land to Hindus, Alternative Lands to Muslims
Pranjul DalelaStudent at National University of Study and Research in Law, Ranchi, India.
27. Me Too Movement: Me Too: The voice raised for victims
Page 297 – 301
Sumit SinghDelhi Metropolitan Education affiliated to GGSIPU.
Avneet KaurDelhi Metropolitan Education affiliated to GGSIPU.
28. The Unfolding of Arbitration Regime: An Indian Perspective
Page 302 – 312
Mr. Muneeb Rashid MalikLloyd Law College, Greater Noida, Uttar Pradesh
29. Revisiting the Concept of Legal Aid in India – A Periodical Analysis
Adrita SahaStudent at Amity University, Kolkata, India
Abhisekh RodricksStudent at Amity University, Kolkata, India
30. The Journey of Corporate Social Responsibility in India
Vaishnavi AiyerAmity Law School, Amity University, Noida
31. Weapons Speak, Humanity Suffers
Prachi AhujaMaharaja Agrasen Institute of Management Studies, GGSIPU, India
32. Violence Online: Women and Wild Web
P. SUJEE And A.B. ABIRAMISASTRA Deemed to be University, India
33. Protection of Well-Known Trademarks
N.ShaliniTamil Nadu National Law University, India
34. Domestic Violence & Patriarchy in the Indian Society
Akhil GuptaNational University of Studies and Research in Law, Ranchi, India
35. Netflix Strategies for Marketing
Dev BajajChetana’s Institute of Management & Research, India
36. Narco-Analysis Test: Truth Serum or Torture
Debmallya SinhaICFAI Law School, Hyderabad, India
37. The Concept of Constitutional Transformation and The Sabarimala Judgment
Sruthi KannanSree Narayana Guru College of Legal Studies, Kollam, India
38. Critical Analysis of the Liability of Drawer and Drawee of Cheque with respect to The Negotiable Instruments Act, 1881
Pushpit SinghSymbiosis Law School, Hyderabad, India
39. Marital Rape: A Privileged Crime
V. Krishna Priya Lahari AND D. Ram SharanPendekanti Law College, Hyderabad, India
40. Impact of Current Regulations on E-Commerce in India: With Special Reference to Amazon
Kruttika KrushnanjanaSymbiosis Law School, Hyderabad, India
41. The Practice of Sealed Cover: An Interplay of Judicial Discretion and the Rights of the Accused
Diksha Singh AND Prateek SharmaFaculty of Law, University of Delhi, India
42. Circumstantial Evidence with Reference to a Famous Case
Raisha RoutREVA University, Bangalore, India
43. Criminal Psychology of Serial Killers Behind Closed Doors
G. KusumaREVA University, Bangalore, India
44. Case Comment on Shafhi Mohammad Vs. The State of Himachal Pradesh [ SLP(Crl.) No. 2302 of 2017]
Sanjana NayakSymbiosis Law School, Noida, Uttar Pradesh, India
45. The Effect of Outbreak of COVID-19 on Force Majeure Clause in Commercial Contracts: An Indian Perspective
Ambica BatasTeaching and Research Associate, Gujarat National Law University, India
Meet ShahAdvocate, practicing in Gujarat, India.
46. Generalibus Specilia Derogant in the Light of S.17 of PMLA, 2002 and S. 102 Of Cr.PC, 1973
Abhinav SharmaAmity Law School, Amity University Chhattisgarh, India.
47. Content Regulation and Censorship of Online Curated Content Providers in India
Sabreen Hussain and Sridattha CharanSymbiosis Law School, Pune, India.
48. The Strife of Virtual Reality: Competition and New Age Markets
Kandeep Shravan and Reshmitha G SarmaSASTRA Law School ,SASTRA Deemed to be University, India.
49. Understanding ISO 14000: Structure, Benefits & Impact
Page 531- 538
Mudit Saxena and Akanksha JainSchool of Law, Galgotias University, India.
50. Constitutional Validity of Death Penalty
Page 539- 546
Mimansa PareekREVA University, Bangalore, India
51. The Legal Phytosanitary Perspective of the Indian Onion Crisis of 2019
Tarun K.S.Symbiosis Law School, Pune, India.
52. An Insight to The Concept of Divorce by Mutual Consent with reference to Hitesh Bhatnagar v. Deepa Bhatnagar
Esh GuptaSymbiosis Law School, Pune, India.
53. Applicability of Hans Kelsen’s ‘Grundnorm’
Page 559 – 567
Prithivi RajRajiv Gandhi National University of Law, Punjab, IndiaMurtaza S. NooraniPune University, India
54. Cyber Stalking Issues of Enforcement in Cyber Space
Page 568 – 583
Viola RodriguesSchool of Law, CHRIST (Deemed to be University), India.
55. Reservation to International Human Rights Treaties
S. Tharusha AND K.Sakthi SighanaTamilNadu National Law University, India.
56. Hate Speeches: It’s Time to Draw a Line
Raghav Rahinwal AND Shambhavi SinghChanakya National Law University, Patna, India.
57. Skim the Cream
Priyanka Sarma AND Tanishq ToorUniversity Law College, Bangalore University, India.
58. Power Struggle among the Parliament and Judiciary: Weakening the Idea of Democracy?
Ajay Pareek AND Shreya ChakrabortyAmity Law School, Amity University, Jaipur, Rajasthan, India.
59. Catalonia Culture & The Right to Self-Determination
Maaz Akhtar HashmiFaculty of Law, Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh, India.
60. A Critical Analysis on Indian Economic Crisis and Its Impact in Implementing Policy
Duke Melvin Ebinesar J.ASaveetha School of Law, Saveetha Institute of Medical and Technical Science, Chennai, India.
61. Analysing India’s Universal Periodic Review Submissions on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights
Saloni KothariO.P. Jindal Global University, India.
62. Position of Ombudsman in India
Yash Dhawan AND Vidhi MarwahaSymbiosis Law School, Hyderabad, India.
63. A Road-map of Non-Signatories Being a Part of Arbitration Proceedings
Divita BallewarAmity Law School, Amity University Chhattisgarh, India.
64. Uniform Civil Code for Gender Justice
Medha SarinG.D Goenka University, Gurgaon , India.
65. Religious Crimes in Developing Countries: Indian Perspective
Kriti GargSchool of Law, Christ University, Bangalore, India.
66. Roles and Responsibilities of Promoters in Company Law
Shivam KrishnamSymbiosis Law School, Noida, India.
67. Corporate Criminal Liability And the Way Forward
Disha TulsyanSymbiosis Law School, Pune, India.
68. The Verdict: Decoding India’s Election by Prannoy Roy
Vritant BhattSymbiosis Law School, Noida, India.
69. Significance of Intellectual Property in the Sports Sector
Amogh Taskar AND Susmit ParadkarDY Patil College of Law, India.
70. Significance of Intellectual Property in the Sports Sector
Vaishnavi VenkatesanSymbiosis Law School, Pune, India.
71. Impact of Bio-Medical Waste Management on Corona Virus in India: A Critical Analysis
Aakaansha Arya AND Gaurang MandavkarBennett University, India.
72. Legal Rights of a Surrogate in India
Page 745 – 456
Nikita Ninad Bokil AND Grishma MahatmeSymbiosis Law School, Pune, India.
73. Critical Analysis of the Role of a Company Secretary: An Indian Perspective
Page 757 – 777
Charul MishraSymbiosis Law School, Hyderabad, India.
74. Modernisation of Patriarchy
Page 778 – 796
Divyang ShuklaGujarat National Law University, India.
75. Drug Abuse: An Open Sky or Deep Well
Zainab FatmaAligarh Muslim University, India.
76. A Study on India’s New Energy Policy and its Scope in the New World
Manasvi GuptaManipal University Jaipur, India.
78. Development of Consumer Protection Laws through Law of Tort
Mehma KaurAmity Law School, Amity University, Noida, India.
78. Disability-Selective Abortions: Missteps Marring an Otherwise Progressive Outlook of a Regressive Society
Debby JainLaw Centre-1, Faculty of Law, University of Delhi, India.
79. Frustration of Contract – A Comparative Study
Shivam ChoudharyNational University of Study and Research in law, Ranchi, India.
81. Preventing Child Trafficking in India through Effectiveness of Laws
Saket Mangla AND Tanuj JainManipal University Jaipur, India.
81. Social Security of Domestic Worker, A Least Discussed Topic
Adhikansh Parashar AND Ankit MishraK.L.E Society & Law College, Banaglore, India.
82. Healthy Life Still Remains a Distant Dream for Women in India
Meghna SharmaSymbiosis Law School, Noida, India.
83. Female Genital Mutilation Custom or Curse
Akanksha ChauhanGalgotias University, India.
84. Sexual Violence against Women in India: An Analysis
Annada DubeyAmity Law School, Noida, India.
85. Communitarianism as a Theory of Justice Today
Bhavyakirti SinghNational Law University, Jodhpur , India.
86. Parliamentary Privileges, Freedom of Speech and Judicial Review
Page 898 – 912
Agam BansalRajiv Gandhi National University of Law, Punjab, India.
87. International Humanitarian Law Combating the Indian Enigma
Harshit SankhlaB.V.D.U. New Law College, Pune, Maharashtra, India.
88. Punitive Measures for Substance Abuse
Nipun BhatiaSymbiosis Law School, Pune, India.
89. Changing Consumer Trends in the Beer Industry and the Carlsberg Strategy to Differentiate and Disrupt the On-Trade Scene, Find Other High-Value Channels to Secure a Higher Revenue Growth
Hardik AgarwalIndian Institute of Technology (IIT) Delhi, India.Navya MaheshwariIndian Law Society (ILS) Law College Pune, India.
90. Desecrating the Silent Majority Critical Analysis of Animal Laws in India
Chakshu SinghAmity University, Amity Law School, Noida, India.Sunanda MohanDelhi Metropolitan Education, Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University, India.
91. Trademarks, Brands and Counterfeiting in Fashion Industry
AlaknandaAssistant Professor of Law, ICFAI Law School, ICFAI University Jaipur, India.
92. International Investment Law: A Guardian Through Provisions of ICSID and Denunciation of the Convention
Eshan Aprameya Chaturvedi AND Niharika SharmaLloyd Law College, Greater Noida, India.
93. Need of abolition of Capital Punishment in India
Arushi Agrawal AND Shivani ChaudharyLaw School, Banaras Hindu University, India.
94. The Indian Adaptation of Constitutional Mercy Provision
Nachiket Kulkarni AND Megha PhadkayILS Law College, Pune, India.
95. Legislative Commentary: The Mental Healthcare Act, 2017
Tarsh KhannaSymbiosis Law School, Pune, India.
96. Cyber Crimes against Women – Instances, Inconsistencies in Law and Remedies Proposed
Akshit GuptaBharti Vidyapeeth University, New Law College, Pune, India.
98. Medical Negligence in India – A Critical Study
Struti SurendraReva University, Bangalore, India.
98. A Study of Women on Board of Directors of Indian Companies
P. RonaTamil Nadu National Law University, India.
99. The Role of Good Governance in India
Page 1015 – 1019
Vaishali Khaira AND Saumya ChauhanLaw College Dehradun,Uttaranchal University, India.
101. Food Security and Livelihood Security Under WTO and FTAs
Ayush Kumar UpadhyayKingston Law College, Kolkata, India.
101. India-Russia Bilateral Relations
Aditya SharmaNew Law College, BVDU, Pune.
102. Marital Rape: Screams Unheard
Gargi BhadoriAsst. Professor, Amity Law School, Noida.Amisha PriyadarshiStudent, Amity Law School, Noida.
104. Fake News During Covid-19
Page 1050 – 1053
Prerna Prajapati AND AbhishekSchool of Law, Galgotias University, India.
104. The Evolution of a Rights Based Approach to Wholesome Environment under the Principles of International Law
Page 1054 – 1061
Abhisekh RodricksAmity University Kolkata, India.Chayanika ChatterjeeKingston Law College, India.
105. Striking the Balance between Sedition Law and Right to Freedom of Speech and Expression
Muskaan SharmaChanderprabhu Jain College of Higher Studies & School of Law (Affiliated to Guru Govind Singh Indraprastha University) , India.
106. Freedom of Speech and Expression: An Overview
Page 1072 – 1092
Hashneet Kaur AND KritikaLloyd Law College, Noida, India.
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108. Interface between Intellectual Property Rights and Competition Policy Safeguards against Anti-Competitive Activities of I.P. Owners
Page 1108 – 1118
Akhil Bharat KukrejaAmity Law School, Delhi (Affiliated to Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University).
110. Female Genital Circumcision (F.G.C) and Legal Arena
Page 1119 – 1135
Swankit Kumar NandaSchool of Law, KIIT University, Bhubaneshwar
110. Cryptocurrency and Regulations
Page 1136 – 1143
Swayam SamarthStudent at School of Law, KIIT University, Bhubaneshwar, India
111. Covid-19 and Indian Constitution
Page 1144 – 1152
Mohit SinghAmity Law School, Noida, India
112. Gender Equality and Equal Opportunity for Social Economic Developments
Page 1153 – 1160
Ishan BhardwajUniversity Institute of Laws, Panjab University Regional Centre, Ludhiana, India