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Volume IV Issue I
 

 February - March 2022

G N Sinha, IFS (Retd.)

Dr. Anju Pandey is Assistant Professor, School of Law, UPES, Dehradun

Page: 01-16

This research paper intends to revisit the traditional and modern philosophies towards rights of animals and to highlight the reasons behind the existing gaps between the legal and constitutional mandates towards animals’ rights and the existing status where violence against animals are very common.

Bonam Shruti, Symbiosis Law School, Hyderabad

Rashi Kabra, Symbiosis Law School, Hyderabad

Page: 17-28

This research paper explains the basic fundamentals of FIR. The paper also deeply examines the significance, procedure of filing an FIR and the object behind filing an FIR.

Ritendra Narayan Singh, B.B.A., LL.B (Hons.) North Cap University

Page: 29-32

Traditionally India has three pillars of democracy namely the Legislature, the Executive, and the judiciary. However, with the advent of change, there is a fourth pillar joining the list, namely Media.

Kahksha Sindhwani, Amity Law School, Noida

Page: 33-53

The main purpose of this paper is to analyze Section 497 of Indian Penal Code which states that Adultery is a criminal offence which punishes an outsider who have illicit sexual relationship with a woman who is married to another man.

Kayomard Irani, B.A.LL.B., DES’s Shri Navalmal Firodia Law College

Aditya Nair, B.A.LL.B., DES’s Shri Navalmal Firodia Law College

Page: 54-70

The Novel Coronavirus disease or Covid-19 as called by the world bought the entire world to a standstill. The sporting events all around the globe had to be called off immediately.

Sumit Kumar Sharma, D.A.V.(P.G) College, Dehradun

Page: 71-76

There are a plethora of S.C Judgments, which reinforce this basic rule again and again with regular frequency. The Apex Court, vide various judgments, stressed on the following tenets.

Thejas Cherian Vaidyan, Christ University

Page: 77-84

The civil servants are considered to be the building blocks of a strong administration. Being the centerpiece of the administration, they are asked to play a key role and, therefore, be offered constitutional privilege.

Jaanvi Singh, BBA LLB (Hons.), School of Law, Bennett University

Kush Aryan Gupta, BBA LLB (Hons.), School of Law, Bennett University

Page: 85-99

We are all living in a fast evolving world which is driven more by technological advancements, internet expansion, globalization and what not. The dynamic market has also led to significant changes in the banking sector across the globe