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Volume IV Issue IV

 August - September 2022

R. P. Soni, District Judge, Family Court, Katni

Dr Aparna Singh (Ph.D), Counsellor, Family Court, Katni

Page: 01-16

Family is an essential part of life. After post COVID era which imposed uncertainty, everyone realizes the importance of family yet family faces a lot of challenges..

Dr. Anupam Manhas, Associate Professor Department of Law, School of Legal Studies and Governance, Career Point University, Hamirpur

Page: 17-27

For the life of humans food is one of the basic requirements. In past wars were fought for survival. In prehistoric days cavemen killed animals for getting food and this lead to the discovery of stone and crude tools of hunt.

Heer Kamdar, Jindal Global Law School

Page: 28-33

Transacting business in the commercial world involves an array of risks. Although bank guarantees and letters of credit mitigate such risks to a great extent, there are certain loopholes

Divyansh, BBA LLB, Amity University, Patna

Ozasvi Amol, BA LLB, Amity University, Patna

Page: 34-39

International Commercial Arbitration helps to safeguard oneself from the aggravate of legal maze. In India, the legal system is not robust due to various irregularities in laws which has resulted

Prateek Garg, LL.M. (Corporate Law), Chandigarh University, Punjab

Page: 40-55

Corporate Governance has a wide scope. It comprises both societal and institutional elements. It promotes a truthful, honourable, as well as ethical environment it has been a proof

Dr. Vaibhav Uniyal, Assistant Professor, Law College Dehradun, Uttaranchal University Dehradun

Page: 56-60

Matrimonial disputes have always been a necessary component of Indian society and law. Whereas these were once deemed taboo in societal norms, they are now commonplace in the legal system.

Utkarsh Yadav, B.A.LL.B (Hons.), DR Ram Manohar Lohiya National Law University, LL.M. (Amity University Uttar Pradesh, Lucknow Campus).

Page: 61-73

At the time of framing of constitution while the country was celebrating the attainment of independence and was looking towards liberal democratic regime,there were also prevailing quite abnormal situation

Mr Anuprash Rajat, Assistant Professor (School of Law) IFTM University Moradabad, U.P.

Mr Gaurav Bharti, Assistant Professor (School of Law) IFTM University Moradabad, U.P.

Page: 74-83

Right to be forgotten (RTBF) is the right to remove personal data from internet searches in special circumstances. Recently, the Supreme Court recognised the ‘right to be forgotten’ as phase of ‘right to privacy’

Satakshi Tripathi, Banasthali Vidyapith

Page: 84-89

The legal system of India is very nearly denoting a milestone judgement of giving the death penalty to a female which is a first in Independent India. This choice has set out its own arrangement of debates.

R.R.Vivin, VIT University Chennai (VITSOL)

E. Anushaa Gayathri, VIT University Chennai (VITSOL)

Page: 90-104