Volume IV – Issue I
Page 01 – 11
Ashmita Vinay5th Year B.B.A. LL.B. (Hons.) student at Symbiosis Law School, Pune, India.
2. Impact of Covid-19 on Indian Economy with Special Reference to Banking Sector: An Indian Perspective
Page 12 – 20
Vikas KumarM.Com (JRF), Himachal Pradesh University Shimla, India.
Sanjeev KumarAssistant Professor in Law, Career Point University Hmairpur Himachal Pradesh, India.
3. Swinging Pendulums at Home and Workplace: Reflections on the Life of Women Police Constables in India
Page 21 – 33
Dr. Namita Singh MalikAssociate Professor, School of law, Galgotias University, India.
Ms. Arushi DhingraAdvocate, Delhi High Court, India.
Page 49 – 61
Ananda MajumdarUniversity of Alberta (Bachelor of Education after Degree Elementary, Faculty of Education), Canada.
Page 62 – 72
Dr Masood AhmedAsst. Professor. Jazan University, Jazan, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
Page 73 – 82
Arbaz MuzafferAdvocate, High Court of Jammu and Kashmir, India.
Page 83 – 91
Dr S.K. BoseAssociate Professor, Faculty of Law, Manav Rachna University, India.
Page 92 – 103
Helen Mary Varghese and Rizlana Nazar PVSchool of Legal Studies, CUSAT, India.
Page 104 – 123
Tammana Bahl, Hariharaprasadh K.R., Jaya Kumari and Nakkeeran ManiAlliance University, India.
Page 124 – 137
Monirul IslamLL.B. (Hon’s), (IIUC), LL.M. (JU), LL.M. [Master of Laws], University of Malaya, Malaysia.Mohammad Mainul HossainMasters by research, Department of Media and Communications Studies, University of Malaya, Malaysia, Bachelor of Communications, University of Sains Islam Malaysia (USIM).
Page 138 – 153
Bensha C Shaji and Angel ShajiLLM Student, Christ Deemed to be University Bengaluru, India.
14. Role of Indian Judiciary in Development and Effective Enforcement of Intellectual Property Law’s through Doctrine of Judicial Review
Page 177 – 189
Rahul YadavLLM Student, Batch (2019-2020), Parul institute of law, Parul University, Vadodara (Gujarat)
15. Present Scenario of other Backward Classes of Jammu and Kashmir through Reservation Policies and Challenges in Current Socio-Legal Milieu due to Jammu and Kashmir Reorganisation Act 2019: An Evolution of Other Backward Classes/Castes in India
Page 190 – 219
Mohd Aqib AslamPh. D Research Scholar, University of Jammu, Department of law, India.
Page 220 – 229
Hirday VirdiLaw Centre-II, Faculty of Law, University of Delhi, India.Ishani MukherjeeAmity Law School, Noida, India.
Page 230 – 244
Rakshita DataNMIMS, Kirit P. Kehta School of Law, India
18. Juvenile Delinquency: Understanding the Constitutional and Criminal Jurisprudence in Light of the Changes Incorporated in the Recent Amendments
Page 245 – 260
Shovonita AcharjeeAssistant Professor at Asian Education Group, Noida. (U.P)
Page 261 – 273
Aishwarya PandeyAssistant Professor at Amity Law School, Amity University, India.
20. Dissecting the Role of Asian States in Modern International Law: Changing gears from Bilateralism to Jus Cogens
Page 274 – 286
Mr. Atul AlexanderPart-Time Research Scholar at The Tamil Nadu Dr. Ambedkar Law University, Chennai.
Page 287 – 310
Primus ShiechuenoPhD Candidate at Ankara University Law School, Turkey.
Page 311 – 324
Dr. Noor HayatAssistant Professor, University of Central Punjab, Lahore, Pakistan.
Page 325 – 337
RupamLL.M., National Law University, Delhi; Presently, Legal Research Associate at The Insolvency and Bankruptcy Board of India.
Page 338 – 345
Saumya ShaliniStudent at Vinoba Bhave University, India.
Page 364 – 375
Dr. Jagat Singh Chandpuri and Dr. Vivek KumarAssociate Professor at Department of Law, D.A.V. (P.G.) College, Dehradun, India.
Page 376 – 393
Sadhak SharmaAdvocate at Delhi, India.
28. The Charm of Artificial Intelligence in Health Care: An Insight into the Challenges of Implementation
Page 394 – 403
Ankita Shaw and Pragya SrivastavaSchool of Law, KIIT University, India.
Page 404 – 418
Vidur GugnaniAmity Law School, Amity University Noida, India.
Page 424 – 431
Saurabh SamraatJindal Global Law School, India.
Page 432 – 436
Aryan SinhaGalgotias University, India.
Page 437 – 448
Aishwarya AllaJindal Global Law School (JGU), India.
Page 449 – 467
Shruti PandeyICFAI Law School, Hyderabad, India.
Page 472 – 484
Arunim KathuriaJIMS Engineering Managment Technical Campus School Of Law, Guru Gobind Singh, India.Bhawna ShahUttaranchal Uinversity, Law College Dehradun, India.
Page 485 – 492
Mukul ChhikaraAmity Law school, Noida, India.
Page 493 – 498
Gayatri GunjalResearch scholar at the University of Kota, India.
Page 499 – 509
Pradeep Kumar TripathiAdvocate at Allahabad High Court, India.Varalika NigamLL.M. from National University of Study and Research in Law, Ranchi, India.
Page 510 – 523
Shikha Sharma JaipuriarAdvocate at SSJ Associates, India.
Page 524 – 540
Md. Touhidul Islam and Syeda Khadijatul KobraSenior Lecturer, Department of Law, BGC Trust University Bangladesh, Bangladesh.
42. The Evolution of the Principle of Fixation and Revision of Minimum Wages under the Code on Wage Bill, 2019
Page 541 – 550
Sirgapoor Sahil ReddyJindal Global University, India.
Page 562 – 572
Aparna VenkataramanTamil Nadu National Law University, India.
Page 573 – 602
Kritika BhattIndira Gandhi National Open University, India.
Page 617 – 623
Subhradeep DasIndian Institute of Legal Studies, India.
Page 624 – 634
Aditi GargGujarat National Law University, Gandhinagar, India.
Page 635 – 639
Surabhi Sudhanshu GodboleLegal Practitioner in India.
Page 640 – 650
HimanshuSchool of law, Christ (Deemed to be University), Bangalore, India.
Page 651 – 665
Adhip Narayan BanerjeeStudent at School of Arts and Law, Manipal University, Jaipur.Dr. Sunita Singh KhatanaAsst. Prof. at School of Arts and Law, Manipal University, Jaipur.
Page 670 – 681
Dashampreet KaurMaharashtra National Law University, Aurangabad, India.
Page 724 – 738
Divya MBSchool of Excellence in Law, The Tamilnadu Dr Ambedkar Law University, Chennai, India.
Page 763 – 776
Meenakshi Rani AgarwalMaharashtra National Law University, Aurangabad, India.
Page 777 – 790
Arunim KathuriaJEMTEC School of Law, Guru Gobind Singh Inderprastha University, India.Khanak AggarwalSymbiosis Law School, Hyderabad, India.
Page 791 – 805
Akrama JavedGujarat National Law University, Gujarat, India.
Page 821 – 831
Purnima GautamAssistant Professor, Rajasthan School of Law for Women, India.
Page 841 – 848
Amartya SahaKIIT School of Law, Bhuvneshwar, India.
68. Comparative Analysis of National Medical Commission and Medical Council of India: Special Emphasis on Reaction towards Structural Overhaul and Introduction of Bridge Course
Page 849 – 871
Vimal MahajanLL.M (Constitutional law), Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law, India.
Page 872 – 882
Mr. Kaustav ChoudhouryAssistant Professor in Law, SLHSS Rashtriya Raksha University, India.
Page 883 – 890
Nasma Abidi and Ms. Shipra MishraAssistant Professor, Faculty of Law, Integral University, Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh, India.
Page 891 – 903
Mridula SarmahAssistant Professor at Tezpur Law College, India.
Page 904 – 915
Dr. Suja NayarAssistant Professor, GLS Law College, India.Dr. Mayuri PandyaDirector, GLS Law College, India.
73. Gender Neutrality of Criminal Law in India-A Myth or Reality with Special Reference to Criminal Law (Amendment) Bill, 2019
Page 916 – 933
NiharikaAssistant Professor at Faculty of Law, University of Lucknow, India.
Page 934 – 941
Hepzibah Beulah CAssistant Professor, Dr. Ambedkar Government Law College, Chennai, India.
Page 942 – 947
Agnes PriscillaLecturer, Bishop Cotton Women’s Christian College, India.
76. Some Legal Aspects of Restriction on Certain Human Rights in the Context of Covid-19: A Case Study in Vietnam
Page 948 – 961
MAC THI HOAI THUONGInternational Law Faculty, Hanoi Law University, Vietnam.
Page 962 – 972
Ritika JainResearch Associate at Competition Commission of India.
78. From Parsons to Ethnomethodology: Analysing the Indian Judicial Position on the Question of Gender in the Cases of Honour Crime
Page 973 – 994
Mr Ritabrata RoyAssistant Professor, Lloyd Law College, Greater Noida, India.Mr Shahzeb AhmedJunior Counsel, BlackRobe Chambers, New Delhi, India.
Page 1045 – 1051
Maseeh Syed YazdaniJindal Global Law School, O.P. Jindal Global University, India.
Page 1052 – 1064
KalpanaLLM From HPU Shimla, India.Sanjeev KumarPhD Research Scholar, Career Point University Hamirpur Himachal Pradesh, India.
Page 1065 – 1077
Aditi YadavAmity Law School, Noida, India.Jyotiraditya Singh KushwahAmity Law School, Noida, India.
Page 1078 – 1086
Nidhi SharmaAssistant Professor, Amity Law School Amity University Haryana, India.
Page 1087 – 1104
Sofia DashAakash Integrated.
Page 1122 – 1133
Allaraham AliPhd Research Scholar at Christ (Deemed To Be) University, Delhi NCR Campus, India.Dharmendra YadavAssistant Professor at Harlal School Of Law, Greater Noida, U.P., India..
91. Social Movements and Electoral Outcomes: Analyzing the Impact of Political Violence on the US 2020 Presidential Election
Page 1134 – 1143
Siddhaant VermaJindal Global Law School, India.
Page 1144 – 1150
Anandha Kumar. VPh.D. Scholar, Tamil Nadu Dr. Ambedkar Law University, Chennai, India.
Page 1151 – 1164
Anjana AbrahamSymbiosis Law School, Pune, India.
Page 1165 – 1170
Ankit MalhotraJindal Global Law School, India.
Page 1171 – 1188
Y. Keerthana ReddyAmity University, Uttar Pradesh, India.
Page 1189 – 1198
Santhiya .BLLM (Corporate and Commercial Law) student at CHRIST (Deemed to be University), Bangalore, India.
Page 1199 – 1203
Shambhavi GuptaSymbiosis Law School, Noida, India.
Page 1204 – 1211
Sanskriti GuptaO.P. Jindal Global Law School, India.
Page 1212 – 1229
Abhipsa BaralAmity Law School, Noida, India.
Page 1230 – 1235
Nivedita BarailyUniversity of North Bengal, India.
101. Air Pollution in Delhi NCR: A Socio-legal Analysis of the Environmental Impact of Infrastructure Projects
Page 1236 – 1247
Abhishek MajumdarLegal Researcher, Centre for Post-Graduate Legal Studies, TERI School of Advanced Studies, New Delhi, India.
Page 1252 – 1277
Garima BhayaStudent at Amity Law School, Noida, India.
Page 1305 – 1321
Jitendra KumarSymbiosis Law School, Pune, India.
107. Sub-Categorisation of Backward Classes for the Purposes of Reservation: A Step towards Equitable Apportionment
Page 1322- 1333
Mr Manish RaoPhD Research Scholar, Department of Law, University of Rajasthan, Jaipur, India.
Page 1334 – 1338
Isha ParulkarJindal Global Law School, India.
109. Duty to Give Notice under Section 9A of the Industrial Disputes Act, 1947: Critical Analysis of Case Laws
Page 1339 – 1352
Kanishk Pandey and Ananya DasSymbiosis Law School, Hyderabad, India.
Page 1353 – 1366
Dr. Sonia B. NagaraleAssistant Professor at Department of Law, Savitribai Phule Pune University, Pune, India.
Page 1367 -1381
Hamda Akhtarul ArfeenBALLB Graduate, Aligarh Muslim University, India.
Page 1382 – 1413
Harjeet SinghDepartment of Political Science, University of Delhi, New Delhi, India.
113. Doctrine of Reasonable Classification as an Exception to the Right to Equality: Critical Analysis in Light of the Legal Provisions and Relevant Case-Laws
Page 1414 – 1420
Ananya BaliJindal Global Law School, India.
Page 1421 – 1433Darioush RiahiradPh.D Student of General Law at Rafsanjan Branch, Islamic Azad University, Rafsanjan, Iran.Erfan ShamsAssistance Professor of General Law, Faculty of Law and Political Science, Islamic Azad University, South Tehran Branch, Iran.Ali Akbar Gorji AzandaryaniAssociate Professor, Faculty of Law, Faculty of Law, Shahid Beheshti University and President’s Legal Deputy in Communications and Pursuit of the Implementation of Constitution, Iran.
Page 1434 – 1436
Liya Mary MaxidoSt. Joseph’s College for Women, Alappuzha, Kerala, India.
Page 1437 – 1452
Arnav Avasthy and Sonal GuptaAmity Law School, Noida, India.
Page 1453 – 1461
Varsha VenkateshJindal Global Law School, OP Jindal Global University, India.
Page 1462 – 1476
Rupali BaghelJagran Lakecity University, School Of Law, Bhopal (M.P), India.
Page 1480 – 1485
Mayank Kumar PandeyKIIT University (School of Law), India.
Page 1486 – 1498
Shubhangi SaxenaJagran Lakecity University, School of Law, Bhopal, India.
Page 1524 – 1534C.S. UllasanResearch Scholar at Bharathiar University, Coimbatore, India.Dr. RajeshRegional Director at IGNOU Regional Centre, Vadakara, Kerala, India.
Page 1535 – 1545
Shubhanker JhingtaSymbiosis Law School, Pune, India.
Page 1546 – 1557
Prashant ShuklaSymbiosis Law School, Nagpur, India.
Page 1558 – 1573
Gyanvi Khanna and A. MD. FaizanDamodaram Sanjivayya National Law University, India.
Page 1574 – 1587
Shalini Gura and Shafiya GhaniAmity Law School, Noida, India.
130. Contracts amid Covid-19 Pandemic: The Need for a Well Defined and Non-Exhaustive Force Majeure Clause in Contracts
Page 1588 – 1603
Catherine JoseChrist (Deemed to be University), Bangalore, India.
Page 1604 – 1612
Rachna D DubeySchool of Law, Christ Deemed to be University, Bangalore, India.
Page 1613 – 1636
Pratima Vishnu BardeNMIMS, Kirit P. Mehta School of Law, India.
Page 1637 – 1656
Mukul VermaParul University, Vadodara, Gujarat, India.
Page 1657 – 1679
Nikhil KarleSchool of Law, NMIMS Navi Mumbai, India.
Page 1680 – 1688
RiyaMaharashtra National Law University, Aurangabad, India.
Page 1689 – 1698
Rohit RanjanAsst. Prof at Alliance University, India.
Page 1699 – 1716
Shyam Prakash PandeySuperintendent of Customs, Indian Customs, Mumbai, India.
Page 1717 – 1731
Dr. Shiv Raman and Nidhi SharmaAssistant Professor, Amity Law School Amity University Haryana, India.
Page 1737 – 1749
Pallavi kapur and Palak MathurAmity University Noida, India.
Page 1764 – 1778
Anshuman Das GuptaManipal University Jaipur, India.
144. The Unrighteousness Tormented to Subjects of Singrauli and Sonebhadra with Every Dawn: Drawing a Contrast between Right to Live with Dignity and Mere Animal Existence
Page 1779 – 1784
Anshit MinochaSchool of Law, University of Petroleum and Energy Studies, India.
Page 1797 – 1805
Adithi RajeshJindal Global Law School, India.
Page 1806 – 1812
Amruth AnandSchool of Law, Christ University, India.
Page 1813 – 1820
Lakshay BeniwalSchool of Law, Christ University, India.
Page 1821 – 1828
Abid Faheem and Mehreena ManzoorResearch Scholar at Jawaharlal Nehru University, India.
Page 1829 – 1839
Arushi Malik MehtaAssistant Professor at School of Law, Sushant University, Gurugram, India.
152. Behind the Exception Clause : A Study of Jurisprudence on Rape Laws and the Reluctance to Criminalize Marital Rape in the Indian Context
Page 1849 – 1861
Oshin NehruSymbiosis Law School, Pune, India.
Page 1871 – 1884
Akanksha Singh and Sanjana SrivastavaAmity Law School, Noida, India.
Page 1891 – 1901
Pothuru Sashank VarmaStudent at Symbiosis Law School, Hyderabad, India.
Page 1912 – 1924
Madhura BhandarkarILS Law College, Pune, India.
Page 1925 – 1931
Sahibnoor Singh SidhuJindal Global Law School, India.
160. Juvenile Justice System, The Society and Much Needed Improvisation of Rehabilitation Homes in India
Page 1932 – 1957
Bhushan YadavMaharashtra National Law University, Aurangabad, India.
Page 1958 – 1971
Rajeshwi PradhanLLM (2019-2020) from Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law, Patiala, India
Page 1972 – 1980
Ramyata DassVIT School of Law, VIT University, Chennai, India.
Page 1981 – 1994
Shweta ChhetriLLM Student, Parul institute of law,Parul University, Vadodara (Gujarat), India.
164. Precarious Politics: An Analysis of the 2020 US Elections in the backdrop of COVID 19, Failure of Capitalism and Social Unrest
Page 1995 – 2002
Danish RanjanJindal Global Law School, Sonepat, India.
Page 2024 – 2027
Ankit Malhotra and Tahhira SomalJindal Global Law School, India.
Page 2036 – 2051
Juhi MathurSchool of Law, University of Petroleum and Energy Studies, India.
Page 2052 – 2067
Akshaya. GV, Lakshmi Prabha. P and Krishnan.L.R.KVIT Law School, India.
Page 2068 – 2075
Rishika RadhakrishnanUniversity School of Law and Legal Studies, Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University, Delhi, India.
Page 2076 – 2085
Sindhuja D and Sunita ChoudharyPresidency University, Banglore, India.
Page 2086 – 2092
Shalini Gura and Shafiya GhaniAmity Law School, Noida, India.
Page 2093 – 2103
Abhishek JenaSymbiosis Law School, Hyderabad, India.
Page 2104 – 2110
Manthan SharmaUnitedworld School of Law, Karnavati University, India
Page 2116 – 2126
Amit Raj and Pallavi RanjanIndian institute of Legal Stdies, Dagapur, Siliguri (W.B), India.