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Volume IV Issue III
 

 June - July 2022

Sumedha Chatterjee, B.A. LL.B. (H), Amity Law School Kolkata, Amity University Kolkata

Page: 3604-3621

This project is basically on Drug policy and NDPS Act 1985. A Drug Policy is a policy which is adopted by government generally regarding the controlling, monitoring and regulation of psychoactive substances

Aniket Chaudhary, Galgotias University

Page: 3622-3628

The aim of this paper is to explore the impact of patents on innovation with a view to biotechnology, usage and associated efficiency of the existing patent system

Tshewang Dema, BA LLB, School of Law Lovely Professional University

Sanjay Rawat, BA LLB, School of Law Lovely Professional University

Page: 3629-3644

A balanced and natural system of the climatic pattern is a fundamental exponent of human existence, and everything around us depends on it. However, with the advent of technology and industrialization

Adv. Harshita Yadav, LLM (Corporate and Securities Laws), Tamil Nadu National Law University, Tiruchirappalli

Page: 3645-3659

The Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code of 2016, (IBC) was designed to safeguard creditors' rights to timely payment of their debts and to reduce liabilities instruments.

Utkarsh Singh, Amity Law School, Amity University Lucknow

Page: 3660-3671

Disaffection, hatred or contempt towards any form of government in a state is to be punishable to what extent came up before the Constitutional First Amendment Act, 1951

Keshav Krishnan, Jindal Global Law School

Shubhra Sharma, Jindal Global Law School

Page: 3672-3682

The term ‘company’ is mentioned in Section 2(20) of the Companies Act, 2013. It says, ‘company’ means a company incorporated under this Act or under any previous company law”

Udayan Agarwal, LLM (Financial Regulations), Kirit P. Mehta School of Law, Narsee Monjee Institute of Management Studies, Mumbai

Page: 3683-3695

Infrastructure projects include high capital ventures, risk factors and long gestation periods. Inferable from huge capital interests in these activities, the significant focal point of moneylenders is on revenue earned.

Vattem Sai Shreya, Vellore Institute of Technology, Chennai, India

Page: 3696-3704

The Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide was introduced with an aim to put an end to the crime of genocide and at the same time punish the persons committing the crime.

Khushbu Sanoria, Galgotias University

Page: 3705-3712

Children below the age of twelve are more vulnerable to crime as they cannot express themselves and unaware about the mishappening going on with them. There is no standard definition of Aggravated sexual assault

Manasi Ahire, University of Mumbai

Page: 3713-3721

Political ideologies are dynamic and prone to criticism. Liberalism, fascism, socialism, and feminism are some of the ideologies which have evolved with respect to different time periods, different countries and evolving problems of the era.

Mahika Pandey, Faculty of Law, Symbiosis Law School, Hyderabad

Page: 3722-3729

The following essay gives an overview of racial bias in the matters of marginalized groups by the Criminal Judiciary system as portrayed in the movie ‘just mercy’

Dr. Krishna Kishor Trivedi, Assistant Professor, Department of Law, JRNRV (Deemed-to- be-University) Udaipur, Rajasthan

Page: 3730-3735

From the last few years, legal education and legal system in developing countries is suffering from various problems. Some innovative ideas can change the frame of legal education.

Saurabh Ranka, Department of Legal Studies, Sangam University, Bhilwara

Page: 3736-3742

Russian invasion of Ukraine violates international humanitarian law and incurs criminal responsibility on Russia. International laws protect countries and its citizens

Randeep Mann, LLM (Corporate Law), University Institute of Legal Sciences (UILS), Chandigarh University

Page: 3743-3750

Corporate crimes could be categorised in a variety of forms given their nature and scope. Corporate crime is a non-violence crime, where the main motive can be identified

Tavneet Kaur, LLM (International law), UILS, Chandigarh university

Page: 3751-3758

It is a considerable fact that education provides individuals the mobility as well as power for deciding their future and upcoming opportunities for themselves.

Keshav Krishnan, O. P. Jindal Global University

Shubhra Sharma, O. P. Jindal Global University

Page: 3759-3784

Most of the times the rights of businesses are overlooked because they are looked at from the lens of profit making organisations and the rights of the customers are over protected.

Akanksha Bhattacharjee, The West Bengal National University of Juridical Sciences