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Volume V Issue II
 

April - May 2023

Dr. Sukhda Pritam, Chief Judicial Magistrate, District Legal Services Authority, Ambala, Haryana

Page: 1-14

DOI: A1

This article discusses about the scenario where parties are Hindus of Indian origin and place of residence may vary from time to time. The word “Hindu” in this article refers to all individuals who come under purview of Hindu Marriage Act 1955 section 2(1).

Tesfaye Boresa Senbeta, Supreme Court Judge at Oromia Supreme Court (Ethiopia)

Page: 15-41

DOI: A2

Adoption is the juridical act in which family bondage will be established without any blood relationship. It is also great chance for both children without parents and parents

Arif Hussain, Institute of law Nirma University

Page: 42-52

DOI: A3

Now that ragging has slowed down, this is extremely clear from the sharp decline in the number of cases reported each year. Every educational institution has an anti-ragging committee

Dr R Krishnan Bhatt, Professor, Dept of Psychology (HRM and IR), Kristu Jayanti College

Page: 53-60

DOI: A4

The economics of consumerism and ever-increasing production targets rule all aspects connected to organization and people. Mahatma Gandhi’s famous seven deadly sins need a relook

Avinash Ranjan, Christ University, Delhi NCR

Page: 61-72

DOI: A5

“The natural and health consequences of environmental change, which lopsidedly influence low-pay nations and destitute individuals in top-level salary nations, significantly influence

Suyash Joshi, Amity University Lucknow Campus

Page: 73-78

DOI: A6

The Companies Act, 2013 has brought significant changes in the regulatory framework governing the issuance of securities by companies in India. One of the key requirements for companies

Aditi Sahu, School of Law, Christ (Deemed to be University)

Page: 79-88

DOI: A7

Autonomous Vehicles are a creation of technology. They are capable of sensing the environment and traveling without human control. They use LiDar(Light Detecting and Ranging) sensors

Abhaya Sriya Rao, B.B.A LL. B (Hons.), Alliance School of Law, Alliance University

Page: 89-103

DOI: A8

Legal Positivism is one of the most influential school of thought, that was developed in West, especially Britain. One of the central tenets of legal positivism is the theory of separation

Vaibhavi Gundagurthi, School of Law, CHRIST (Deemed to be University)

Page: 104-114

DOI: A9

A child’s brain is markedly different from that of an adult, much less developed and much more innocent in thinking. Since a child cannot be considered to have grasped the nature and repercussions

Tanisha Trehan, IILM University, Gurugram

Page: 115-123

DOI: A10

Social change has historically been linked to "development challenges" that took place in "developing nations" in the social and communication sciences. 

Aarti Arora, School of Law, Christ (Deemed to be University)

Page: 124-132

DOI: A11

Live-in relationships have always been considered a taboo in India as it is considered against the traditional views and values of the people. But as the world is modernising

Shiva Verma, School of Law, Christ University, Bengaluru

Kritavirya Choudhary, School of Law, Christ University, Bengaluru

Page: 133-138

DOI: A12

This paper makes an attempt to address the human rights violation hidden in the disguise of social advancements in India. Furthermore, it makes an attempt to enter into the ambit

Athiban Seenu C, Alliance University

Sudarshan Kandasamy, Alliance University

Melwin Babu, Alliance University

Page: 139-145

DOI: A13

Jurisprudence is an area or subject of law that is partly vague and also very vast and not structurally defined with solid evidence or consensus, it is a subject of law that relates law

M. Karthikeyan, LLM., MCL., NET, Advocate, Thoothukudi District Court, Tamilnadu

Page: 146-159

DOI: A14

The Juvenile Justice Act, 2015 aims to protect and safeguard the rights and needs of children, including those in conflict with the law, by providing them with care and protection

Aayushi Kumari, LLM, Chanakya National Law University, Patna, Bihar

Page: 160-171

DOI: A15

The use of science or scientific methods in the legal system and to investigate crimes is known as forensic science. Criminal investigators and examiners use forensic science techniques