Vol 3. (Issue – 9)

  1. 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.
  2. EASE-OF-DOING-CSR ACTIVITIES BY FOREIGN COMPANIES BY MR. JITESH MAHESHWARI, STUDENT, BBA.LLB, 4TH YEAR, RAFFLES UNIVERSITY, NEEMRANA (RAJASTHAN) & ASHIMA SACHDEVA, STUDENT, BBA.LLB, 4TH YEAR, RAFFLES UNIVERSITY, NEEMRANA (RAJASTHAN).
  3. RIGHT TO INFORMATION AND ITS ROLE AS A TOOL OF GOOD GOVERNANCE IN INDIA WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO THE RTI ACT, 2005 BY MS.MRIDULA SARMAH, ASSTT. PROFESSOR TEZPUR LAW COLLEGE, ASSAM AND MISS JYOTISMITA BARUAH, ASSTT. DARRANG COLLEGE, ASSAM.
  4. OLD AGE: AN END OF RIGHT TO LIVE WITH DIGNITY? BY MS. SRIJAL SINHA AND NEERAL JAIN, 2ND YEAR, CHANAKYA NATIONAL LAW UNIVERSITY, PATNA.
  5. SURROGACY CONTRACTS AND PUBLIC POLICY BY MRS RICHA SRIVASTAVA(SAXENA), ASSISTANT PROF FACULTY OF LAW, UNIVERSITY OF LUCKNOW.
  6. AVOIDANCE OF STRIKE BY LAWYERS BY MS. SWATI SHALINI, BA-LL.B (HONS), HIDAYATULLAH NATIONAL LAW UNIVERSITY, NAYA RAIPUR, UPARWARA POST, ABHANPUR, CHHATTISGARH.
  7. ROLE OF UNO IN MAINTAINING WORLD PEACE BY MS. SHRIYA BADGAIYAN, DAMODARAM SANJIVAYYA NATIONAL LAW UNIVERSITY, VISAKHAPATNAM.
  8. PROTECTION OF ENVIRONMENT: INDIAN AND INTERNATIONAL INITIATIVES BY ADVOCATE SNEHA SUMAN, LL.M IN CORPORATE LAW (NATIONAL LAW UNIVERSITY, ODISHA) PASSED IN 2015.
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