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Volume V Issue III
 

June - July 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.

Kwame Gyan, Senior Lecturer, University of Ghana School of Law, Ghana

Justin Awanzirigo Akampule, B.L Candidate, Ghana School of Law, Ghana

Page: 08-19

The paper draws from my findings in an earlier publication and argues that the phenomenon of mismanagement of mineral resources over the years is a product of Ghana’s legal regime that allows for the State to superintend over mineral resources.

Dr. Seema Surendran, Professor, CMR School of Legal Studies, CMR University, Bengaluru

Sushmitha K, LLM, CMR School of Legal Studies, CMR University, Bengaluru

Page: 20-30

In the modern globalizing world, the aviation industry has played a key role by transporting the passengers as well as the cargo throughout the world. International trade and international transportation

Yashashvi Gahlot, LLB, Amity Law School, Noida, Uttar Pradesh

Page: 31-51

Child sexual abuse is a heinous crime that violates a child's rights, jeopardizes their physical and emotional well-being, and leaves deep scars that can last a lifetime. The Indian government recognized the need

Abhijit Debnath, O.P. Jindal Global University

Page: 52-58

The paper explores the implications of Article 253 of the Indian Constitution, which empowers the Parliament to give effect to international agreements. The paper focuses on the federal character of Article 253

Ali Murtuza Moosvi, Student of Law, Kirit P Mehta School of Law, NMIMS, Mumbai, Co-Founder of The Indian Conclave – Youth run Organization.

Page: 59-70

India, the mother of democracies, is magnanimous in terms of its glorious past, size, and stature. The hallmark of Indian democracy is such that unlike its predecessor nations who attained independence in the past

Kashvi D Jain, LLB, BMS College of Law, Bengaluru

Ayush Tiwari, BA LLB, BMS College of Law, Bengaluru

Page: 71-86

Indian companies have grown exponentially over the last thirty years and much of this can be owed to a liberal financial policy which has enabled these companies to not only expand their business operations domestically

Deepak Baisla & Muskan Sharma, BA LLB, MVN University, Palwal

Page: 87-91

Juvenile delinquency is one of the major issues of our society. An unlawful or delinquent act done by a juvenile i.e, minor child is called as a juvenile delinquency. A juvenile delinquent is a young offender who is under

Devyanshi Gupta, BBA LLB, BML Munjal University, Gurugram

Page: 92-96

Farm bills have a significant impact on farming livelihoods. The farm law bills passed in the year 2020 were highly opposed by the Indian farmers as the bills brought new changes in the selling of farm produce

Mrs. Neelam Kishor Hajare, Adv. Datta Patil College of Law

Page: 97-109

Existence of Government school is an instrument of controlling educational cost. After introduction of Right to education as a Fundamental Right, it is a duty of Government to make available the sources of education

Nivedita Krishnan, Amity University, Noida

Page: 110-123

The Constitution of India is without any doubt the supreme law of India. Part III of the Indian Constitution contains Article 12 - Article 35 that addresses fundamental rights. Particularly, Article 32, or "Right

Sachin Shirvas, BBA. LL.B., Narsee Monjee Institute of Management Studies, Bengaluru

Page: 124-138

Rather than getting married, many Indians are opting for the more practical option of having a live-in partner instead. Cohabitation refers to the sharing of a dwelling by two individuals who are not married. In actually

Rakshita Mathur, Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University, New Delhi

Shivam Verma, Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University, New Delhi

Page: 139-148

The paper starts with the meaning of legal positivism and also explains the philosophies put forward by the different philosophers of school of legal positivism. It also connects how law in today can be related to lega

Shifa S, Tamil Nadu National Law University

Page: 149-164

The subject of judicial discretion has been open to much debate and controversy, particularly with respect to its scope, limitation and judicial accountability. Through this research paper, the author aims to investigate

Riyan Karbhari, O.P. Jindal Global University

Page: 165-186

Sir James Stephen said, “the Penal Code is simply the law of England freed from technicalities, and systematically arranged according to principles of arrangement so simple and obvious that they cannot fail to suggest