Vol 3.(Issue-12)

Volume 3. (Issue 12) , June,2016

  1. IMPACT OF CHILD MARRIAGE ON WOMEN EMPOWERMENT IN INDIA: AN OVERVIEW BY DR. SAROJ SAINI , ASSISTANT PROFESSOR,DEPARTMENT OF LAWS, PUNJAB UNIVERSITY, CHANDIGARH.
  2. CYBERSQUATTING: A NEW FORM OF IP EXTORTION – POSITION IN INDIA & US AND IT’S REMEDIES BY DEEPANJAN DUTTA ROY, STUDENT, BBA-LLB(HONS) THE ICFAI UNIVERSITY, DEHRADUN.
  3. APPLICATION OF DOCTRINE OF “PARENS PARTIAE” IN INDIA : A CRITICAL STUDY MR.RAMAKANTA SATAPATHY, RESEARCH SCHOLAR, P.G. DEPTT. OF LAW, SAMBALPUR UNIVERSITY & DR. BIKRAM KUMAR DAS ,SENIOR FACULTY ,LAJPAT RAI LAW COLLEGE, SAMBALPUR.
  4. CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITIES PROVISIONS AS PER COMPANIES ACT 2013– A SPECIAL PURPOSE VEHICLE FOR REDUCING INEQUALITY BY MS. MEERA KUMARI SINGH RESEARCH SCHOLAR, COLLEGE OF LEGAL STUDIES, UNIVERSITY OF PETROLEUM AND ENERGY STUDIES (UPES), DEHRADUN,UTTARAKHAND, INDIA AND DR. T.D. PANNEERSELVAM ADVOCATE & NOTARY – INDIVIDUAL LAW PRACTITIONER, LAW CHAMBERS, HIGH COURT CHENNAI.
  5. UNDRIP: EVOLUTION OF THE INTERNATIONAL STANDARD SETTING INTRODUCTION BY MR. JAYANTA DHAR, RESEARCH SCHOLAR PHD (REGD.), DEPARTMENT OF LAW, TRIPURA UNIVERSITY (A CENTRAL UNIVERSITY).
  6. NETIZENS – CONCEPT AND RIGHTS BY MS. BHUMIKA SHARMA.
  7. THE FUNDAMENTAL DOCUMENTS OF THE COMPANY UNDER THE COMPANIES ACT, 2013 BY MR. ANKUR SARKAR RESEARCH SCHOLAR, POST GRADUATE DEPARTMENT OF LAW, SAMBALPUR UNIVERSITY, ODISHA, INDIA AND GUEST FACULTY IN POST GRADUATE DEPARTMENT OF LAW, TRIPURA UNIVERSITY ( A CENTRAL UNIVERSITY), TRIPURA, INDIA.
  8. THE PROVISIONS RELATED TO SEDITION IN INDIA NEED AMENDMENT BY MR. ANIKET DHWAJ SINGH, COLLEGE OF LEGAL STUDIES, UPES, DEHRADUN.
  9. IS RESERVATION CONSTITUTIONAL? BY MS.PAYAL DEY.
  10. PROTECTION OF HUMAN RIGHTS OF PRISONERS IN INDIA – CONSTITUTIONAL AND JUDICIAL PERSPECTIVE BY DR. B. ANJAN SINGH, LL.M, P.G. DIPLOMA IN HR&SD, PH.D(LAW),ACADEMIC CONSULTANT, P.G. DEPT OF LAW,,SRI VENKATESWARA UNIVERSITY, TIRUPATI, ANDHRA PRADESH, INDIA.
  11. RIGHTS OF PATENTEE: STUDY OF REVOCATION OF PATENT AND COMPULSORY LICENSE BY MS. PRATIBHA LAXMI, 3RD YEAR, NUSRL, RANCHI.
  12. LAW AND GOVERNANCE BY MS. AYUSHI PARASHAR, 2ND YEAR , B. COM LLB (HONS.), TAMIL NADU NATIONAL LAW SCHOOL ,DINDIGUL MAIN ROAD, NAVALURKUTTAPPATTU, SRIRANGAM TALUK, TIRUCHIRAPPALLI – 620 009, TAMIL NADU, INDIA.
  13. DISCRIMINATION BASED ON IDENTITY AND GOAL 16 INITIATIVES BY SALONI DEVPURA,3RD YEAR, B.COM LL.B (HONS.),INSTITUTE OF LAW, NIRMA UNIVERSITY, SARKHEJ GANDHINAGAR HIGHWAY, CHANDLODIA, GOTA, AHMEDABAD, 382481.
  14. AN OVERVIEW AND CRITICAL ANALYSIS OF THE LEGAL FRAMEWORK REGULATING BANDH, HARTAL AND SIMILAR PROTESTS IN INDIA BY RAHUL MACHAIAH, A STUDENT OF LAW AT SCHOOL OF LAW CHRIST UNIVERSITY.
  15. JUDICIAL SUPREMACY & INDEPENDENCE: A CHALLENGE FOR MODERN DEMOCRACY BY MS. GAURI SHRIKHANDE, PRESENTLY PURSUING B.A LLB. FROM ARMY INSTITUTE OF LAW, SECTOR-68, MOHALI.
  16. JUDICIAL APPOINTMENT: ANACHRONISTIC OR PROGRESSIVE? BY MS. PRIYADARSHINI MISHRA & MR. DEEPANKAR DIKSHIT ,4TH YEAR STUDENT NATIONAL LAW UNIVERSITY ODISHA, CUTTACK.
  17. VALUATION OF TRADEMARKS AS INTANGIBLE ASSETS IN MERGERS AND ACQUISITIONS: ISSUES AND CHALLENGES BY MR. SHREYAS SANTRA, AND MS. KAVITA SHARMA 2ND SEMESTER, LL.M, RAJIV GANDHI SCHOOL OF INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY LAW, INDIAN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, KHARAGPUR.
  18. RIGHT OF SELF DETERMINATION AS AN INALIENABLE RIGHT BY MS. SHRETIMA BAGRI & ANSHUL GUPTA, 2ND YEAR (IVTH SEMESTER), B.B.A LL.B, SCHOOL OF LAW, RAFFLES UNIVERSITY, NEEMRANA, RAJASTHAN.
  19. CYBER CRIME: THE NEW SPECIES OF CRIME BY M.PRAKRITI & G. KEERTHNA, 2ND YEAR, B.B.A LL.B (HONS.) SAVEETHA SCHOOL OF LAW, SAVEETHA UNIVERSITY.
  20. THE EMERGENCE OF THE FORTH ESTATE BY MS. MS. JIJNASA PANDA, 2ND YEAR, B.A LL.B(HONS.) INSTITUTE OF LAW, NIRMA UNIVERSITY,GANDHINAGAR- SARKHEJ HIGHWAY, AHMEDABAD, INDIA.
  21. A CRITICAL STUDY TO FINDOUT THE CAUSES OF SUCIDE BEHIND BARS AND REMEDY BY MRS.PYALI CHATTERJEE,ASSISTANT PROFESSOR OF LAW, DISHA LAW COLLEGE.
  22. THE ARMED FORCES (SPECIAL POWERS) ACT, 1958: VIOLATION OF JUS COGENS OR NOT? BY MS. NEHA VIJAYVARGI, B.COM LLB (CORPORATE HONS.) & MS. ARUSHI MAHESHWARI, B.COM LLB (IPR HONS.), INSTITUTE OF LAW, NIRMA UNIVERSITY, S.G ROAD, AHMEDABAD, GUJARAT.
  23. PER SE RULE VIS-À-VIS RULE OF REASON: A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF INDIA AND U.S. COMPETITION LAWS BY MR. SHASHWAT, LL.M(NUJS), C.S.
  24. RELEVANCE OF DOCTRINE OF QUANTUM MERUIT IN INDIA AND ENGLAND BY DR. SAROJ SAINI , ASSISTANT PROFESSOR,DEPARTMENT OF LAWS, PUNJAB UNIVERSITY, CHANDIGARH.
  25. TRANSGENDER & HUMAN RIGHTS: CHALLENGES AND ISSUES WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO THE CONSTITUTION OF INDIA BY MR. ANIKET DHWAJ SINGH, COLLEGE OF LEGAL STUDIES, UPES, DEHRADUN & MS. ANUSHRI MASKARA,3RD YEAR, B.A.LL.B.DECCAN EDUCATION SOCIETY’S NAVALMAL FIRODIA LAW COLLEGE, PUNE.
  26. JUSTIFICATION FOR REGULATING MISLEADING COMMERCIAL SPEECH BY ANIRBAN CHAKRABORTY, ASSISTANT PROFESSOR OF LAW, WB NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF JURIDICAL SCIENCE, KOLKATA, INDIA
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