Vol 3. (Issue – 7,8)

  1. 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, UNIVERSITY OF PETROLEUM AND ENERGY STUDIES (UPES), DEHRADUN, UTTRAKHAND, INDIA.
  2. PUBLIC ACCOUNTABILITY AN EMERGING CONCEPT IN INDIA BY DR. SANDHYA ROHAL, ASSISTANT PROFESSOR, DEPARTMENT OF LAWS, BPS WOMEN UNIVERSITY, AUTHOR IS DOUBLE GOLD MEDALIST FROM PANJAB UNIVERSITY, CHANDIGARH.
  3. COMPETITION COMMISSION AND ITS OMISSIONS: JURISPRUDENCE ENTANGLED BY MR. GOPALAM SULTANIA AMITY UNIVERISTY, FIFTH YEAR BA LLB (IPR HONS).
  4. THE INDIAN PARLIAMENT: FROM PROFLIGACY AND CHAOS TO DISRUPTIONS BY MR.GAURAV SINGH,IIND YEAR STUDENT AND A MEMBER OF THE ARMY INSTITUTE OF LAW RESEARCH SOCIETY (AILRS), PRESENTLY PURSUING B.A., LL.B. AT THE PRESTIGIOUS ARMY INSTITUTE OF LAW, SECTOR 68, MOHALI (PUNJAB)- (AFFILIATED TO PUNJABI UNIVERSITY, PATIALA). & MS.ZARISH ALI, IST YEAR STUDENT, PRESENTLY PURSUING B.A., LL.B. AT THE PRESTIGIOUS ARMY INSTITUTE OF LAW, SECTOR 68, MOHALI (PUNJAB)- (AFFILIATED TO PUNJABI UNIVERSITY, PATIALA).
  5. RIGHT TO PRIVACY IN THE SOCIAL NETWORKING ERA BY MS. NEHA SHARMA, III YEAR, B.A. LL.B. (HONS.), RAJIV GANDHI NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF LAW, PUNJAB.
  6. CONSTITUTIONAL OBLIGATION OF THE STATE TOWARDS PROTECTION OF WOMEN BY MS. MANASVI TEWARI & MS. ARUSHI SHARMA, NATIONAL LAW INSTITUTE UNIVERSITY BHOPAL.
  7. CASE COMMENT ON SEC. 106 OF THE INDIAN EVIDENCE ACT BY MS. ANUSHKA JAIN, 3RD YEAR B.A LL.B, INSTITUTE OF LAW, NIRMA UNIVERSITY.
  8. LEGAL PROVISIONS WITH REFERENCE TO HACKING: A GLOBAL SCENARIO BY MRS. VAISHNAVEE SAGAR PAWAR, DR. SANTOSH A. SHAH, DR. R.K. KAMAT, SHIVAJI UNIVERSITY, KOLHAPUR.
  9. RIGHT TO SAFE FOOD: CONSTITUTIONAL PERSPECTIVES BY DR RASHMI RANJAN MISHRA, ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR, SCHOOL OF LEGAL STUDIES, ASSAM UNIVERSITY, SILCHAR AND MS.MAITREYEE CHAKRABARTY, ASSISTANT PROFESSOR, TRIPURA GOVERNMENT LAW COLLEGE, AGARTALA.
  10. UNORGANISED SECTOR; THE FORGOTTEN STAKE HOLDERS BY MS.MEGHANA.S.SINGH & MS.RADHIKA AYAPPA, STUDENT OF 9TH SEMESTER, JSS LAW COLLEGE, MYSORE.
  11. COMPETITION LAW IN INDIA BY ISHA KHANDELWAL, BBA.LLB,NATIONAL LAW UNIVERSITY ODISHA.
  12. MISUSE OF SECTION 498(A) IN INDIA BY MR.SHUBHAM TYAGI, B.A.LL.B (HONS.) IST YEAR, ALIGARH MUSLIM UNIVERSITY, CENTRE MALAPPURAM, KERALA & MR.MUKESH KUMAR GAUR, B.A.LL.B (HONS.) IVTH YEAR, ALIGARH MUSLIM UNIVERSITY, CENTRE MALAPPURAM, KERALA.
  13. RIGHT TO CONDUCT A RELIGIOUS PROCESSION BY MR. PRAKASH KHINCHI & MR.SUYASH PRANAY TRIPATHI, FIFTH SEMESTER, BA.LLB(HONS), NATIONAL LAW UNIVERSITY AND JUDICIAL ACADEMY, ASSAM.
  14. PURPOSE OF COMPENSATION FOR MEDICAL NEGLIGENCE: AN ARGUMENT FOR VINDICTIVE JUSTICE BY MRS.SUNITHA K.K,ASST.PROFESSOR ,DEPT. OF LAW, V.K.K.MENON COLLEGE, MUMBAI-42,RESEARCH SCHOLAR, COLLEGE OF LEGAL STUDIES UNIVERSITY OF PETROLEUM AND ENERGY STUDIES, DEHRADUN & DR.TABREZ AHMAD , PROFESSOR& ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR,COLLEGE OF LEGAL STUDIES,UNIVERSITY OF PETROLEUM AND ENERGY STUDIES,DEHRADUN.
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