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Volume IV Issue III

 June - July 2022

Samrat Bandopadhyay, Joint Director, Central Government Civil Services Officer, Group A, Government of India

Page: 01-09

This article is an attempt to delve into the intersections and interspersed areas which are inextricability connected from the perspective of law, economics, management, psychology, sociology and philosophy.

Naina Gupta, Judge, Delhi Judicial Services, NALSAR University of Law, LL.M. (Kurukshetra University)

Page: 10-23

The power of a Magistrate to grant bail in cases of non bailable offences is restricted if the offence is punishable with death or imprisonment for life. As per section 437 of the Code of Criminal Procedure, it is unambiguous that a Magistrate cannot grant bail if the accused is charged with an offence punishable with death or imprisonment for life.

Tanushree Das, LLM (International Law), Chandigarh University

Page: 24-31

The enforced disappearance and extrajudicial killing are undoubtedly two of the most odious Human Rights violations. Victims of these violations are stripped of all their rights and privileges, and are placed defenceless in front of their victimisers with no protection from the law.

Shobhit Agrawal, Jindal Global Law School, O.P. Jindal Global University, Sonipat

Page: 32-42

In the context of a well-structured international arbitration, an emergency remedy is frequently referred to as a "Achille's Heel." Emergency Arbitration (EA) is a revolutionary idea in the world of arbitration that is suited for individuals

Divyanshi Shukla, BA. LLB, University of Petroleum and Energy Studies

Page: 43-56

Deeply embedded homophobia and transphobia in Indians have gone to a point where it has interfered with the fundamental rights of the people. Section 377 1was a law that criminalized homosexuality and was the basis for discriminating against queer people.

Ranjan Babu Joseph, Christ University

Page: 57-66

Access to medicines is one of the basic rights of the people. It is an integral part of right to life and hence it is of utmost importance that the people have access to all medicines essential to sustain life. Compulsory licensing of pharmaceuticals

Pooja K, Symbiosis Law School, Nagpur

M Niketh Vinod, School of Legal Studies, Cusat, Kochi

Page: 67-80

There have been multiple cases regarding the constitutional interpretation of the word "secularism", which is the right to profess any religion. The Supreme Court explained that secularism is just a safeguard to make sure that no one is discriminated

Arshdeep Kaur, B.A.LLB. (Hons.), School of Law, Lovely Professional University, Phagwara, India

Page: 81-89

The main objective of this study is to understand the meaning of secularism in our society and also to understand the role of political system in inter-religious tolerance in the cause of goodness in the society.

Adrita Misra, LLM, Royal School of Law and Administration (RSLA), Royal Global University, Guwahati, Assam

Page: 90-104

Indian Consumer Protection Act 1986 which was once enacted to provide timely relief to consumers affected with defective products and deficient services, apart from providing both legal as well as institutional framework for protection of consumer’s rights

Rajat Rana, B.COM.LL.B (H), Amity Law School, Noida

Shivam Sureka, B.COM.LL.B (H), Amity Law School, Noida

Bhavya Aggarwal, B.COM.LL.B (H), Amity Law School, Noida

Page: 105-118

This paper discusses the legislation relating to the Companies Act and the many repercussions and grounds for a firm’s winding up. A firm’sdissolution might be required for a variety of reasons, including the end of a business, misfortune, insolvency

Ashita Gaur, LLM (Criminology), Career College of Law, Bhopal

Page: 119-306

Human society has witnessed that some human beings are born with mental inability. This may be generic or due to injury caused to the new born at the time of delivery.