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Volume V Issue I

February - March 2023

Mr Prabhakar D. Karandikar, (I.A.S.), Indian Administrative Service

Page: 01-07

The provisions of Section 34 (2) of Civil Procedure Code appear to deny equitable relief to the Decree Holder even when there is inordinate delay in payment of the decretal amount by the Judgement Debtor delays.

Anjali Singh, LL.M., National Law School of India University, Bengaluru

Page: 08-20

Since globalization, states have provided various benefits to the online operating companies in hope of giving larger benefits to the society. But in garb of increasing productivity

Rakesh Raushan, LL.M, Gujrat National Law University

Page: 21-39

A collaboration between a bank and an insurance business (both life and nonlife) is known as bancassurance. The bank gives the insurance firm a platform to market its goods and services

Ms. Pinky Singh, Assistant Professor at (VIPS-TC) Vivekananda Institute of Professional Studies, Delhi, Affiliated to GGSIPU

Page: 40-53

There has been a global surge in environmental law since the early 1990s. Since then, the field of environmental law has advanced significantly. In a series of decisions, the Supreme Court

Ansuman Mukherjee, LLM, Corporate & Commercial Law, Christ (Deemed to be University), Bengaluru

Page: 54-66

It was previously thought to be technically impossible, but the history of Supreme-commerce connects businesses and customers in an exchange market setting across all geographical

Vratika Singh & Dhannjay Singh Pundir

Page: 67-83

The research of administrative law is not an end in itself, but a means to an end. The focal point of the study of administrative law is the reconciliation of power with liberty.

Shivam Agrawal, GLA University, Mathura

Page: 84-89

Gambling laws and regulations in India are constantly changing and evolving. In 2023, the legal landscape for casino gaming, lotteries, and horse racing betting