Vol 3. (Issue – 6)

  1. MINORS RIGHT TO DISAFFIRM A CONTRACT BY MS. DIVYA CHAURASIA.
  2. 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.).
  3. JURISPRUDENCE OF BLACK MONEY IN INDIA BY AMUDHA MURTHY, LEGAL ASSOCIATE AT AK MYLSAMY & AGILA MURTHY, ASSOCIATES, CHENNAI & MANAGEMENT STUDENT AT COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING, ANNA UNIVERSITY CHENNAI.
  4. LIBERALIZATION IN LEGAL SECTOR: AN IMPREGNABLE FORTRESS BY HARSHINI JHOTHIRAMAN, IV YEAR, B.A. B.L. (HONS.),TAMIL NADU DR. AMBEDKAR LAWUNIVERSITY, SCHOOL OF EXCELLENCE IN LAW, CHENNAI.
  5. GLOBALIZATION, PROSTITUTION AND HUMAN TRAFFICKING: ANINDIAN PERSPECTIVE BY ABHISHEK ANAND, U.P.E.S , DEHRADUN.
  6. PLEA BARGAIN: AN OVEVIEW BY SHASHANK SHEKHAR PANIGRAHI, PRINCIPAL, BIRAJA LAW COLLEGE JAJPUR, ODISHA.
  7. IMMORAL TRAFFICKING OF WOMEN AND CHILDREN BY POOJA. S. AGARWAL, 4TH YEAR, BSL. LLB, MARATHWADA MITRA MANDALS SHANKARRAO CHAVAN LAW COLLEGE, PUNE (SAVITRIBAI PHULE PUNE UNIVERSITY).
  8. CASE ANALYSIS:M/S MANGLORE GANESH BEEDI WORKS VS.COMMISSIONER OF INCOME TAX,MYSORE BY MR.RISHABH BHOJWANI AND MS.SWATILEKHA CHAKRABORTHY,SLS ,PUNE.
  9. POLICE LAW:RECENT DEVELOPMENT IN INDIA BY DR.SUDARSHAN BEHERA
  10. NET NEUTRALITY – LEGAL FRAMEWORK AND PRIVACY CONCERNS IN INDIABY MRS. VAISHNAVEE SAGAR PAWAR, DR.SANTOSH A. SHAH, DR.R.K. KAMAT, SHIVAJI UNIVERSITY.
  11. WHAT A TOILET CAN DO BYMS.SHIVANGI MISHRA,G.L.C MUMBAI
  12. FEDERALISM ONE OF THE BASIC STRUCTURE OF INDIAN CONSTITUTION BY MS. SANDHYA ROHAL, ASSISTANT PROFESSOR, DEPARTMENT OF LAWS, BPS WOMEN UNIVERSITY, AUTHOR IS DOUBLE GOLD MEDALIST FROM PANJAB UNIVERSITY, CHANDIGARH.

 

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