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Volume I Issue I

February 2021 - March 2021

Aranya Nath & Shreeja Shyama Prahaj, KIIT School of Law

There’s always a question among the people regarding the standpoints/ position of SC& ST in India. As  Tribals are classified as group of people who’re deprived from basic needs, now we all know that basic needs means food, clothing & proper shelter.

Sahaj Mathur, student at West Bengal National University of Juridical Sciences

Personal Laws in India have been the source of immense controversy in recent decades. The Law Commission of India recently undertook the herculean task of formulating a consultation paper to reform family law in India.

Mudita Verma & Komal Bhati, Galgotias University

This paper specifically deals with the situations of the women dealing with sexual offences in the current period time in India. Committing the offences against women is the most frequent problems upholding the cases across the world.

Pranav Karwa, NLU, Jodhpur

Gaurav Karwa, NUJS, Kolkata

Vienna Convention on Consular Relations, 1963 (hereinafter “VCCR”) and Vienna Convention on Diplomatic Relations, 1961 (hereinafter “VCDR”) are considered to be self-contained and to be very forthcoming in terms of their implementation by the countries who are party to it.

Shivam Gour, National Law Institute University, Bhopal

India is one of the largest and fastest-growing markets in the world. This size and growth are not only limited to the market that we see i.e. the physical market, but rather it also involves the online or digital marketplace, where we spend more time than physical markets nowadays.

Shaswat Mimani, National Law University, Jodhpur

Ish Dutt, Jindal Global Law School

Euthanasia, in common English parlance, is defined in the Oxford English Dictionary as “the painless killing of a patient suffering from an incurable and painful disease or a person who is in an irreversible coma.” 

Akhila Achuthan, Symbiosis Law School, Pune

With the growing concerns of other types of pollution such as that of the air, water, ozone layer etc. There is very minimal concern being given to the issue of light pollution caused by excessive use of electrical bulbs.

Nina Michelle J & Aadya Gowda, School of Law, Christ University, Bangalore.

Employment is a crucial essential element to be present in a thriving economy as the sustenance of an individual depends solely on one’s livelihood. When all a man can do to thrive is work hard every day and earn a little, he must not be violated at any cost on any terms and therefore his
physical and mental health must be of utmost concern to the lawmakers of a country.

Sonal Gupta, Symbiosis Law School, Hyderabad

Shivani Khareedi, Symbiosis International (deemed) University, Pune

The research paper aims to understand the effects and impact of media in the process of securing justice. The author aims to analyze the present scenario with respect to the use of media in various manners through various mediums and how it can be used to the benefit of the people in the
process of administration of justice.

Rakshit Assudani, O.P. Jindal Global University

The mankind has evolved from the stone age to the tech age. In the current digital era, where social media has become a judgmental tool, many athletes and sportspersons are regularly under the scanner; not only for their on-field performances but also for their off-field activities and comments.

Atharva Nikam, Maharashtra National Law University, Mumbai

Understanding the scope of ‘Partnership at will’: By analysing the case of Karumuthu Thiagarajan Chettiar vs. E.M. Muthappa Chettiar

Shritika Suresh & Simantini Baraokar, ILS Pune

Today, displacement is driven by complex factors; climate change being an obscure one. It has a global impact on shifting weather patterns, rising sea levels, flooding, land degradation, etc. Supposedly a separate category, ‘Climate refugees’ are unable to receive sanctuary under
international law as they do not legally fall into the definition of a refugee

 Yashashvi Lohia, Himachal Pradesh National Law University, Shimla

Section 22 of Income Tax Act , 1961 talks about Income from House Property. This section says that income tax should be charged on the annual value of the property of which assessee is the owner. 

Shruti Sarkar & Mithuna Muralidharan, Jindal Global Law School

The subjectivity of the term ‘obscenity’ has paved the way for several controversies. This has created the need for the community standards to evolve with regards to the changing circumstances and the factors such as ongoing political, social and cultural atmosphere play a quintessential role.

Sonali Gehlot, Himachal Pradesh National Law University, Shimla

In the modern globalized economic world, all countries require a substantial amount of revenue to govern themselves so many countries which are on the path of development had witness tax reforms in recent years.

Mansanwalpreet Singh, Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law

Beginning with the meaning of the term perjury this study emphases upon its history in UK i.e. the way the offence and the law evolved for instance, the evolution of the role of witnesses and the testimonies. 

Debapriya Biswas, Amity Law School, Noida

Law does not only consists of the making of legal provisions; it also includes its interpretation and implementation – which can be a bit tricky, considering how the interpretation of such legal provisions can vary with each case.

Albert Benjamin & Amithab Sankar, National University of Advanced Legal Studies, Kochi

COVID- 19 has affected all the facets of human life. It has had a pernicious effect on the physical and mental health of the population, shattered the world economies, and globalisation came to a stalemate.

 Bhakti Khule, Symbiosis Law School

Homosexuals in India may face a lot of social and legal differences not experienced by nonhomosexual people. Over the past era, the LGBTQ+ community has gained more and more tolerance and acceptance in the urban developed cities in India. 

Akshita Jain, University School of Law & Legal Studies

Artificial intelligence (AI) is the concept used to describe computer systems that are able to learn from their own experiences and solve complex problems in different situations. 

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