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Vol 4.(Issue-1 & 2)

Volume 4, Issue 1 ISSUES SURROUNDING DIGITAL RIGHTS MANAGEMENT SYSTEM: A CRITICAL ANALYSIS OF LEGAL POSITION IN INDIA BY MR.CHOLARAJA M., PH.D. SCHOLAR, FACULTY OF LAW, DELHI UNIVERSITY, NEW DELHI. MAJOR ROLE OF DR. B. R. AMBEDKAR IN FRAMING THE … Continue reading

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Vol 3.(Issue-12)

Volume 3. (Issue 12) , June,2016 IMPACT OF CHILD MARRIAGE ON WOMEN EMPOWERMENT IN INDIA: AN OVERVIEW BY DR. SAROJ SAINI , ASSISTANT PROFESSOR,DEPARTMENT OF LAWS, PUNJAB UNIVERSITY, CHANDIGARH. CYBERSQUATTING: A NEW FORM OF IP EXTORTION – POSITION IN INDIA … Continue reading

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Vol 3.(Issue-11)

Volume 3. (Issue 11) , May,2016 DECRIMINALISING HOMOSEXUALITY: AN IMPERATIVE FOR ENSURING EQUALITY BY MR. HARSHIT SINGH JADOUN, 2ND YEAR STUDENT, INSTITUTE OF LAW, NIRMA UNIVERSITY, AHMEDABAD. SPIRIT OF FOREIGN ARBITRAL AWARDS IN INDIA: RECOGNITION AND ENFORCIABILITY BY MS. RAAVI … Continue reading

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Vol 3. (Issue –10)

RIGHT TO PRIVACY: DEEMED FUNDAMENTAL RIGHT BY MR. ASHIT KUMAR SRIVASTAVA, NVM AFFILIATED BY UNIVERSITY OF LUCKNOW. CREEPING ENVIRONMENTAL CHANGES AND HUMANITARIAN CRISIS BY DR. ARUNA VENKAT, ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR OF LAW, NALSAR UNIVERSITY OF LAW, HYDERABAD. CORPORATE INSOLVENCY WITH SPECIAL … Continue reading

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Vol 3. (Issue –10)

RIGHT TO PRIVACY: DEEMED FUNDAMENTAL RIGHT BY MR. ASHIT KUMAR SRIVASTAVA, NVM AFFILIATED BY UNIVERSITY OF LUCKNOW. CREEPING ENVIRONMENTAL CHANGES AND HUMANITARIAN CRISIS BY DR. ARUNA VENKAT, ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR OF LAW, NALSAR UNIVERSITY OF LAW, HYDERABAD. CORPORATE INSOLVENCY WITH SPECIAL … Continue reading

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Vol 3. (Issue – 9)

SCIENTIFIC CRIME DETECTION TESTS AND EVIDENTIARY VALUE IN INDIA IN RELATION TO HUMAN RIGHTS BY M. MADHAVILATHA, M.A; LL.B; LL.M(GOLD MEDAL), RESEARCH SCHOLAR;LAW DEPARTMENT, SRI KRISHNA DEVARAYA UNIVERSITY. EASE-OF-DOING-CSR ACTIVITIES BY FOREIGN COMPANIES BY MR. JITESH MAHESHWARI, STUDENT, BBA.LLB, 4TH … Continue reading

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Vol 3. (Issue – 7,8)

SECTION.135 UNDER THE COMPANIES ACT 2013 – A STUDY BY MEERA KUMARI SINGH, RESEARCH SCHOLAR, COLLEGE OF LEGAL STUDIES, UNIVERSITY OF PETROLEUM AND ENERGY STUDIES (UPES), DEHRADUN, UTTRAKHAND, INDIA. & DR. TABREZ AHMAD, PROFESSOR OF LAW, COLLEGE OF LEGAL STUDIES, … Continue reading

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Vol 3. (Issue – 6)

MINORS RIGHT TO DISAFFIRM A CONTRACT BY MS. DIVYA CHAURASIA. THE FOURTH ESTATE: MEDIA AND THE LAW BY MR. VATSAL SAXENA, 2ND YEAR STUDENT OF B.A.LL.B (HONS.) AT VIVEKANANDA INSTITUTE OF PROFESSIONAL STUDIES (G.G.S.I.P.U.). JURISPRUDENCE OF BLACK MONEY IN INDIA … Continue reading

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Vol 3. (Issue-5)

VIDEO CONFERENCE IN CRIMINAL TRIALS VIS -A-VIS SPEEDY JUSTICE IN INDIA: PROBLEMS AND PERSPECTIVE BY DR. M.K.SAHU, READER, P.G.DEPARTMENT OF LAW, SAMBALPUR UNIVERSITY, ODISHA. PROTECTION PARTNERSHIPS FOR REFUGEES: IN SEARCH OF PEACE AND HARMONY BY MR.AKASH, B.A LL.B (HONS.), IXTH … Continue reading

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Vol 3. (Issue-4)

CRIMINAL PROSECUTION AND ITS EFFECT ON CRIME RATE BY MR.CHERUKURI VENKATA NAGA SRIHARI, M.SC; LL.M, ADVOCATE. ANTI-BEGGING LAWS IN INDIA : AN AFFIRMATIVE ASSAY BY MR. JACOB REJI OLASERIMANNIL, BBA LLB (HONS.), 5TH SEMESTER & MR. PARVATHY MANOJ, B.COM LLB … Continue reading

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