Volume 2, Issue 5

 

  1. TRANSGENDERISM: MORAL PRACTICAL AND LEGAL ASPECTS BY PROF. R.K.PATNI & DR. C.P. GUPTA
  2. ROLE OF ILO IN SOCIAL SECURITY BY DR. JYOTI ANGRISH
  3. TRAFFICKED CHILD VICTIMS: CHALLENGES AND RESPONSES BY DR. R. SEYON
  4. THE SIGNIFICANCE OF DERIVATIVE ACTION IN INDIA: AN ANALYSIS OF SECTION 245 OF THE COMPANIES ACT, 2013 BY MS. TANVI KINI
  5. MISSING COLOUR OF RAINBOW COMMUNITY- DENIAL OF HUMAN RIGHTS BY MS. YASHMITA
  6. “EVERY ACQUITTAL SHOULD BE UNDERSTOOD AS A FAILURE OF THE JUSTICE DELIVERY SYSTEM” A COMMENTARY ON STATE OF GUJARAT V. KISHANBHAI 2014 BY MS. NAINA
  7. “CHILD: MY RIGHT TO STUDY, TO MAKE MY FUTURE RIGHT TO EDUCATION” BY MS.DEEPSHREE CHAUHAN & MR. ABHIMANYU SINGH
  8. PANCHAYATI RAJ INSTITUTION: STEP TOWARDS GOOD GOVERNANCE BY MR. KARN MARWAHA
  9. ANTI COMPETETIVE AGREEMENTS UNDER COMPETITION ACT 2002 BY  MR.AMAN SRIVASTAVA
  10. THE NEW PENOLOGY: NOTES ON THE EMERGING STRATEGY OF CORRECTIONS AND ITS IMPLICATIONS, BY: PROF. MALCOLM M. FEELEY & PROF. JONATHAN SIMON, CALIFORNIA CONFERENCE ON GROWTH AND ITS IMPACT ON CORRECTIONAL POLICY, UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, JUNE 1992 BY MR. DEBAN SATYADARSHI NANDA
  11. FOOTHOLD OF WOMEN ON THE PEDESTRIAN OF LEGACY LAWS BY MS. NIKITA SEHGAL
  12. A FATE WORSE THAN DEATH: A CRITICAL EXPLORATION OF ACID ATTACK VIOLENCE IN INDIA BY MS. AISHWARYA DEB AND MR.PRITHWISH ROY CHOWDHURY
  13. THE CHANGING NATURE OF ELECTORAL REFORMS IN INDIA: PROBLEMS AND CHALLENGES BY MS. ADITI SINGH AND MR. YOGESH CHHAJER
  14. ARTICLE 21: WIDENING HORIZONS BY MS.BHAVINEE SINGH AND MR BOBBY JAIN
  15. EVALUTATION OF THE NATURE AND SCOPE OF EXTRADITION LAWS AND POLICIES BY MS. SHIVANI MISRA
  16. PERSONAL LAWS OF INDIA VIS-A-VIS UNIFORM CIVIL CODE A RETROSPECTIVE AND PROSPECTIVE DISCUSSION BY DR. PARMINDER KAUR
  17. HUMAN TRAFFICKING: THE GREATEST ETHICAL CHALLENGE BY MS.CHAITALI SADAYET & MR.AKSHAY DIXIT
  18. PUT & CALL OPTIONS IN EQUITY INVESTMENTS IN INDIA BY MR.DIGPAL SINGH H. RATHORE
  19. THE VARIED AMBITS OF EXISTING MEDICINAL LAWS AND THE NEED FOR CLARITY BY MR. SARTHAK ROY
  20. THE CASE OF BATTERED WOMEN: TOWARDS THE CORRECT UNDERSTANDING BY MS. ISHA KABRA
  21. EXCEPTIONS TO THE PRINCIPLES OF NATURAL JUSTICE BY MS.MOUSHUMI SARMAH
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