Volume III – Issue IV

1. Emergence of AI and its implication towards data privacy: From Indian legal perspective

Page 1 – 20

D. Majumdar
Head of the Institute, BGHS, Education Department

 H.K. Chattopadhyay
Legal Consultant, Calcutta University, Kolkata, West Bengal

2. COVID – 19 and Surge in Domestic Violence Cases

Page 21 – 28

Shambhavi Sinha
Symbiosis Law School, Pune, India

3. Corporate Social Responsibility- An Undeniable Helper amidst the Covid-19 Pandemic

Page 29 – 46

Karan Sharma
Amity Law School, Amity University, Noida, India

4. Legalization of Marijuana

Page 47 – 66

Prachie Singh AND Harsh Singh
UPES, Dehradun, India

5. Martial Rape in India: A curse in the Indian Society and in the Criminal Justice System

Page 67 – 76

Deepesh Katariya
Amity Law, School, Amity University, Jaipur, Rajasthan

6. Operational Creditors – The ‘Outcast’ of Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code

Page 77 – 93

Saransh Jain
Amity Law School, Amity University, Noida, India

7. Medical Negligence: Whose Law is it anyway?

Page 94 – 105

Krimul Malhotra
Symbiosis Law School, Pune, India

8. Intellectual Property Rights in Information Technology Sector

Page 106 – 118

Mrinal Singh
Lovely Professional University, India

9. The Protection and Enforcement of Intellectual Property Rights in the E-Commerce Industry

Page 119 – 129

Lipi Parashar
Christ (Deemed to be University), India

10. National IPR Policy, 2016.

Page 130 – 142

Vishakha Pandey
Kamal Nehru Institute of Physical and Social Sciences, India

11. Comparative Analysis of Preventive Detention Laws in Different Legal Systems: A Critical Appraisal

Page 143 – 161

Vijay Kumar Vimal
Assistant Professor of Law, Chanakya National Law University, Patna, India

Pawan Kumar
Legal Researcher, India, Delhi

12. Scientific Evidence: The New Hot Potato in the Vernacular of Criminal Case Investigation

Page 162 – 172


Advocate, Punjab and Haryana High Court, Chandigarh, Delhi

13. Effects of Pandemic on the Rights and Obligations of Medical Practitioners

Page 173 – 182

Vishakha V. Choudhari

NMIMS Kirit P Mehta School of Law, India

14. Sweeping an Old Clock- Evaluation of Epidemic Diseases Act, 1897

Page 183 – 188

Shaurya Gupta and Yashika Ahuja

Fairfield Institute of Management and Technology (GGSIPU), India

15. Renewable Energy Laws in India

Page 189 – 194

Mayank Hitesh Thanki 

United World School of Law, Gandhinagar, India

16. An Emphasis towards the undervalued aspects of Air Pollution

Page 195 – 200

Tanmay Jain AND Chandrei Mitra

Raffles University, India

17. Sheer Brutality: Domestic Violence against Women & Children

Page 201 – 214

Shrishti Kasana   

Amity Law School, Noida, India

18. Prostitution, Slavery and Human Trafficking: The Worldwide Practices of Eliminating it.

Page 215 – 220

Utkarsh Sharma 

United World School of Law, Gandhinagar, India

19. Sexual Harassment of Men at Workplace

Page 221 – 234

Aanchal and Adarsh Pandey

School of Law, University of Petroleum & Energy Studies, India

20. Tracking the History of Alternative Dispute Resolution in India

Page 235 – 248

Raghib Naushad and Nabil Iqbal

Faculty of Law, Jamia Millia Islamia, India

21. A Study on Constructive Notices – Criticisms

Page 249 – 252

Mohammed Farhan C and Simran Afza Munsur
St. Joseph’s College of Law, India.

22. Sensational Criminal Cases in India – A Study on the Recent Developments

Page 253 – 261

Mohammed Farhan C
St. Joseph’s College of Law, India.

23. Governing through Artificial Intelligence Driven Policy Processes

Page 262 – 270

Vardaan Shekhawat
Kirori Mal College, University Of Delhi, India

24. Impact of Covid-19 on Indian Judicial System 

Page 271 – 279

Nitin Verma
Amity Law School, Delhi, India

25. BASEL Norms & Surveillance Methods

Page 280 – 289

Navdha Maheshwari and Saloni Suhalka
Narsee Moonjee Institute of Management Studies, Mumbai, India.

26. Access to Internet as Human Right

Page 290 – 298

Priyanka Kumari
Alumnus of National Law University, Cuttack, India.

27. Shifting Perspectives: The Exigency of Gender Neutrality in Indian Rape Laws

Page 299 – 308

Indraneel Chakraborty
School of Law, University of Petroleum and Energy Studies (UPES), Dehradun, India.

28. Mediation – The Need of the Hour in India

Page 309 – 320

Tirtharaj Basu Ray
Jogesh Chandra Chaudhuri Law College, University Of Calcutta, India.

30. Extra-Judicial Execution: In Light of Vikas Dubey Incident

Page 327 – 333

Vidhi Chouradia

National Law University, Nagpur, India.

31. Cybercrime: A Legislative Overview

Page 334 – 341

 Gauri Anil Tote 

MMCC Law College, Pune, India.

32. Rights of the Prisoners

Page 342 – 347

Kohelica Nag and Eresh Roshan Swain
KIIT School of Law, Bhubaneswar, India.

33. Protection of Human Rights of Emigrants (with emphasis on CAA and Constitutional validity) 

Page 348 – 351

Subhra Kamal Borah
Student of Law, UPES, Dehradun, India

34. A Study on Strategic Brand Repositioning

Page 352 – 360

Vaidehi Joshi
NMIMS Kirit P Mehta School of Law, India.

35. Sabarimala: Why or Why Not Bar Women?

Page 361 – 368

Bobbala Jyothirmai
Symbiosis Law School, Hyderabad, India.

36. Abortion: History and Law in India

Page 369 – 374

Jindal Global Law School, India

38. Freedom of Speech and Expression on Internet: An Emerging Right

Page 381 – 390

Muskan Sharma and Pushkar Bhandarkar
Amity Law School, Amity University Chhattisgarh, India

39. Women’s Constitutional Rights – A privilege?

Page 391 – 401

Lisa Sankrit and Rishi Raj
Symbiosis Law School, Noida, India

40. Nuanced Approach to the Competency of an Arbitral Tribunal

Page 402 – 410

Arihant Singh
Fairfield Institute of Management and Technology, India

41. The Evolution & Development of Recovery Laws in India: A Critical Analysis 

Page 411 – 417

Anish Malik
Amity Law School Delhi (Affiliated to GGSIP University), India

42. Rights of Women in India: Constitutional and Legal Scenario

Page 418 – 431

 Dr. Shridevi S. Suvarnakhandi

Assistant Professor, B.L.D.E.Association’s Law College, India.

43. Limited Liability Partnership Suitable to Emerging Enterprises in Current Trends

Page 432 – 440

 Bobbala Jyothirmai

Symbiosis Law School, Hyderabad, India.

44. A Study on the Role of HR Managers in Handling a Diverse Workforce

Page 441 – 446

Tarang Saraogi

NMIMS School of Law, India.

45. Absolute Liability: The Dynamics of Changing ‘Business-Stakeholder’ Relations 

Page 447 – 460

Charvi Devprakash
Faculty of Law, PES University, India

46. International Norms Governing Liability for Damage Caused by Aircrafts on the Surface of the Earth: A Critical Evaluation

Page 461 – 480

Neha Biswas
WB National University of Juridical Sciences, Kolkata, West Bengal, India

47. A Critical Analysis on Censorship Issues in Indian Cinema & Its Challenges

Page 481 – 491

Vijay G
Advocate, Madras High Court, Chennai

48. Critical Analysis of Domestic Violence: A Gender Neutral Study

Page 492 – 510

Vanya Agarwal
University of Petroleum and Energy Studies, India

49. Mob-Lynching: Addressing Through MaSuKa

Page 511 – 518

Sakshi Singh and Mayank Singh
Advocate, [B.A. LL.B. (HONS.), LL.M] National Law University, Odisha India

50. The Use of the Force in International Laws is Limitless or Limited: A Critical Analysis

Page 519 – 536

Yashraj Dokania
Symbiosis Law School, Hyderabad, India

51. Relationship between Constitution and Criminal Jurisprudence

Page 537 – 543

Raju Kumar
Chanakya National Law University (CNLU), Patna, India.

52. Comparative Study of Criminal Laws in U.S.A, UK And Germany

Page 544 – 548

Sweta Mandal
Reva University (School of Legal Studies), Bangalore, India.

53. Material Information in a Prospectus 

Page 549 – 554

Divya Shah
Pravin Gandhi College of Law, India

55. The Many Fallacies of CSR

Page 571 – 589

Yash Sudhir Mukadam
Government Law College, Mumbai, India

56. Employment and Advertising Restrictions on Advocates in light of COVID-19: An Analysis

Page 590 – 599

Harshita Gupta and Harsh Gupta
Hidayatullah National Law University, India

57. Sedition – Abuse of Process of Law & Threat to Survival of Democracy

Page 600 – 615

Rajnish Maniktala
Senior Advocate at HP High Court Shimla, India

58. Folklore and Its Protection

Page 616 – 634

Thankam Krishnan
Amity Law School, Amity University, India

59. Rights of Women with Disability under Indian Law: On the Crossroads of Gender and Autonomy

Page 635 – 645

Arya Senapati and Upasana Mohanty
KIIT School of Law, India

60. Extra Territoriality of Competition Commission of India under Competition Act 2002 

Page 646 – 655

Janmejay Singh
Amity University Uttar Pradesh, India

61. Comparative study on Intellectual Property and Competition Law Its Divergence and Convergence

Page 656 – 668

Anushtha Anupriya and Jyoti Jain
KLE Society’s Law College, India

62. ‘Austerity vs Stimulus’ in the COVID Era Comparative Study of India and West

Page 669 – 674

Shubham Prakash Mishra
O.P Jindal Global University, India

64. Juvenile Delinquency and Evolution of Juvenile Justice in India

Page 686 – 692

Vaidehi Joshi
NMIMS Kirit P Mehta School of Law, India

65. Menstrual Health Rights

Page 693 – 708

Shailza Agarwal and Rishi Raj
Symbiosis Law School, Noida

66. E-evidence: Moving parallel with Today’s World

Page 709 – 716

Kanishk Raj
New Law College, BVDU, Pune

67. Children Residing in Prison with Their Parents

Page 717 – 730

Anoushka Singh
Amity Law School, Noida, India.

68. LGBT Rights in India: The Status Quo

Page 731 – 749

Fiza Khan and Dilsana khan
Faculty of Law, Aligarh Muslim University, India

69. The Disintegration of the Soviet Union and Rise of Capitalism in Russia

Page 750 – 759

Atmika Patnaik
O.P. Jindal Global University, India.

70. Custodial Death of Jayaraj and Fenix and the Exposure of Police Brutality in India

Page 760 – 770

Namrata Kandankovi
Symbiosis Law School, Pune, India

71. ITC on Masks and Sanitizers

Page 771 – 775

Mehak Bansal
University of Petroleum and Energy Studies, Dehradun, India

72. Men Cry Too! Discriminatory Statutes and Need of Developing Gender Neutral Laws

Page 776 – 780

Avinash Kumar
Lloyd Law College, Greater Noida, India

73. The New Normal: Analysis of Covid-19 Impact on Different Segments in India

Page 781 – 785

Tanya Babbar
University of Petroleum and Energy Studies, Dehradun

74. Indications and Factors Involving Sexual Harassment of Women in India: An Analysis of State Maharashtra

Page 786 – 800

Rahul D. Gangurde
LLM Student, Department of Law, Savitribai Phule Pune University, Pune

75. Case Analysis of MacKinnon Mackenzee & Co. Re, (1967) 

Page 801 – 810

Deepti Lata Nayak and Aman srivastava
 ICFAI Law school, IFHE, Hyderabad, India

76. Female Genital Mutilation- A Trauma for Life

Page 811 – 819

Nilika Sett
Lloyd Law College, India

77. Excessive Pricing in Times of Covid-19

Page 820 – 837

Rishab kumar
Chanderprabhu Jain College of Higher Studies & School of Law (GGSIPU)

78. An Analytical Study of Divorce by Mutual Consent under Hindu Marriage Laws

Page 838 – 846

Ritojit Dasgupta and Subarno Banerjee
Department of Law, Calcutta University, India

79. Demand for Data Exclusivity in India and Its Implications 

Page 847 – 852

Archita Srivastava
School of Law, University of Petroleum and Energy Studies, India

81. Changing Pattern of Criminal Economy: Use of Cryptocurrencies in Darknet and Criminal Forums

Page 873 – 881

Riddhi Pratim Dutta
The WB National University of Juridical Sciences, Kolkata

82. Divorce: Laws and the Position of Women in Indian Society

Page 882 – 894

Hariom Kr poddar
Indian Institute of Legal Studies, Siliguri, Darjeeling (WB), India

83. Safe Harbor Provision: Conditional Immunity to Online Intermediaries

Page 895 – 904

Mahima Khandelwal and Ankit Modi
IME Law College, Ghaziabad, Uttar Pradesh, India

84. An Analysis of Quad’s Revival

Page 905 – 912

Yashna Walia
University Institute of Legal Studies, Panjab University, Chandigarh

85. Opacity, Democracy and Political Funding -An Overview of the Indian Electoral Bond System

Page 913 – 926

Om D’costa
V.M. Salgaocar College of Law, Goa.

86. Is Ethical Hacking Ethical?

Page 927 – 931

University Institute of Legal Studies Chandigarh University

87. The Seat and the Venue of Arbitration under the Arbitration and Conciliation Act, 1996: The Controversy Still Prevails.

Page 932 – 944

Devansh Garg
Vivekananda Institute of Professional Studies, Delhi

88. Global Fight for LGBTQ Rights – A Look at How Far We’ve Come and The Road Ahead

Page 945 – 955

Madhulika Iyer 
Symbiosis Law School, Pune, India

89. An Overview of the Socio-Legal Predicaments of Dowry System

Page 956 – 966

Atrayee Dutta
University Institute of Legal Studies Chandigarh University, India

91. Legality of Crypto-Assets in India

Page 985 – 993

Pradyumn Amit Sharma
Symbiosis Law School, Noida, India

92. Concept of Delegated Legislation and Its Legal Application in a State

Page 994 – 1000

 Shantanu Saharan
Manager (Law) at Punjab and Sind Bank, India

  Pankaj Jangir
Institute of Law Nirma University, Ahmedabad, India

93. Privacy and Legal Rights of People with Mental Illness

Page 1001 – 1017

Manas Shrivastava and Adaysa Hota
National Law University Odisha, India

94. Racism: An Embedded Irremovable Mind-set

Page 1018 – 1024

Atul Maurya and Masuhav
Faculty of Law, Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi, India

95. Marital Rape- It’s Time to Forbid this Evil Practice

Page 1025 – 1045

Vipul Pathak and Khushbu Sangwan
Centre For Legal Studies – Gitarattan International Business School, India

96. Prerequisites for ‘Well-Known’ Mark Status in India

Page 1046 – 1049

Sanjita Mittal
Advocate, Promod Verma and Associates, Tis Hazari, New Delhi, India.

97. Rights of Internally Displaced Persons: An Analysis of Migration in Uncertain Times

Page 1050 – 1060

Tellmy Jolly and Bharath Mohan
Alliance University, Bengaluru, Karnataka, India

98. Prostitution in India: Protection of human rights of Sex Workers in India

Page 1061 – 1069

Soham Das and Ritika Ghosh
Amity Law School, Amity University Kolkata, India.

99. A Study of the Land Rights of Adivasis in India

Page 1070 – 1077

Advaith Raj
School of Excellence In Law, The Tamil Nadu Dr. Ambedkar Law University, India

101. Criminalistion of Marital Rape in India – A Boon or A Bane

Page 1084 – 1088

Atishya Ghosh
University of Petroleum and Energy Studies (UPES), Dehradun, India

102. Female Genital Mutilation/Cutting/Circumcision (FGM/C) (A Heinous Crime against Women)

Page 1089 – 1102

Gazal Khan

Symbiosis International University​, India

103. Disparity in Sentencing Policy in India

Page 1103 – 1113

Damayanti Bhattacharjee
O.P. Jindal Global University, India

104. Cyber Squatting: Need for Comprehensive and Standalone Legislation

Page 1114 – 1124

Vani Dhawan
Vivekananda Institute of professional studies, GGSIPU, India

105. Legal Fraternity Post-COVID: Indian Perspective

Page 1125 – 1130

Malavika .K
SASTRA deemed to be university, India

106. Judicial Systems: A Comparative Analysis of India and U.S.A

Page 1131 – 1138

Anant Faujdar
Assistant Professor, School of Law, Lovely Professional University, Phagwara, Punjab, India.

107. Indo-China Border Dispute- The International Law Perspective

Page 1139 – 1151

Raghvendra Pratap Singh
Advocate, Supreme Court of India

108. Is the Concept of Utilitarianism a Golden Dream Towards Justice?

Page 1152 – 1159

Muskaan Singh
University of Petroleum and Energy Studies, Dehradun, India

109. Plight of Refugees: Thwart the Pandemic Turning Polemic

Page 1160 – 1165

Gayatri Vishal Shirdhonkar
ILS Law College, India

110. Critique on the Concept of Rule of Law and its Application in the Indian Polity

Page 1166 – 1171

Miriam Solomon
Symbiosis Law School, Pune, India

111. United Nations & Syria: A Muddled Affair amidst a Refugee Crisis and a Pandemic

Page 1172 – 1179

Akshay Vasantgadkar and Anjali Nair
LLM Student, ILS Law College, Pune, India

112. Expedition of Environment Impact Assessment in India: Where do we stand in 2020? 

Page 1180 – 1199

 Brea Sandhu

Advocate, Ms. Deepali Puri Additional Advocate General Punjab, Punjab and Haryana High Court, Chandigarh, India
 Varanpreet Kaur
University Institute of Legal Studies, Panjab University, Chandigarh, India

113. Reverse Discrimination: Yet Un-Noticed

Page 1200 – 1206

Krishna Mishra and D.V.S. Suraj
KIIT School of Law, India

114. Reservation for OBC in AIQ Medical Seats

Page 1207 – 1213

Satheyan. S. E and Roopali Agarwal
The Tamil Nadu Dr. Ambedkar Law University, SOEL

115. Understanding Aaya Ram, Gaya Ram in the Recent Political Tenor

Page 1214 – 1219

Pranav Bhansali and Himanshu Malik
Dr Ram Manohar Lohiya National Law University, Lucknow, India.

116. Mental Dilemma of Victims of Child Sexual Abuse

Page 1220 – 1224

Pooja Suresh
Government Law College, Ernakulam, India.

117. Disturbing Trend of Police Brutality in India: A Play between Power and Class?

Page 1225 – 1240

Akanksha Mukherjee and Ragini Chakraborty
KIIT School of Law, Bhubaneswar, Odisha, India

118. Re-Conceptualizing the Right of Animals With Reference To ‘Uncontrolled Breeding’: An Indian Perspective

Page 1241 – 1248

Sanjana Bharadwaj
Independent Researcher, Former Asst. Professor at Department of Law, Savitribai Phule Pune University, Pune

119. Right to Health in Terms of Law, Management and Humanities

Page 1249 – 1261

Priyank Chudasama and Akshata Pai
Chembur Karnataka College of Law, University of Mumbai, India

120. Need For Unionization in the Video Gaming Industry

Page 1262 – 1270

Dhananjai Shekhawat
NMIMS Kirit P. Mehta School of Law, Mumbai, India

121. Disparate Standpoints to Law: Analysing Views of Aristotle and Nietzsche

Page 1271 – 1275

 Sagaarika Singh
MA in Law, Politics & Society (Final Year) from Ambedkar University, India
 Tusha Singh
PhD in Law from Faculty of Law, Delhi University, India

122. Law on Cross Border Demergers in India

Page 1276 – 1279

Adhar Gupta
Himachal Pradesh National Law University, Shimla, India.

123. Live in Relationship: A Curse to Marriage Institution

Page 1280 – 1297

Pavan Kumar.R
NLSIU, Bengaluru, India.

124. Ram Rajya of Gandhism vs Ideal State of Platonism

Page 1298 – 1301

KVVS Satyanarayana

125. Super Cassettes Industries Pvt. Ltd. and Ors. V. Trimurti Films Pvt. Ltd and Ors.

Page 1302 – 1307

Aashna Manocha and Akshita Singh
Symbiosis Law School, Noida, India

126. Essential Ceremonies in Hindu Marriage: A Sanskara or a Tool in the Hands of Judiciary to Thwart Gender Equality

Page 1308 – 1316

Shailja Rawal
National Law School of India University, Bangalore, India

127. The Journey of Arbitration Law in India

Page 1317 – 1326

Ankita Ghosh
Amity Law School, Noida, India 

128. Ethical Aspects Regarding the Legalization of Cannabis in India

Page 1327 – 1331

Ananya Banerjee
Amity Law School, Noida, India

129. Crucial and Downplayed Legislation, Probation of Offenders Act 1958

Page 1332 – 1338

Mounish Chanukya Suryadevara
Symbiosis Law School, Nagpur, India

130. Steps that Corporates can take to Avoid Regularization Claims from Contractual Employees 

Page 1339 – 1342

Kshitij Chauhan
School of Business Management, NMIMS, India

131. Uniform Civil Code

Page 1343 – 1348

S.Varuni and K.Vignesh
The Tamilnadu Dr.Ambedkar Law University (School of Excellence in law), India

132. Marital Rape concealed within the Iron Gate of Wedlock

Page 1349 – 1353

Tanya Sahay
Balaji Law College, Savitribai Phule Pune University, India

133. Redeveloping Whistleblowing Policy in India: A Fight for Better Corporate Governance

Page 1354 – 1368

Anuja Saraswat and Sukrati Gupta
Svkm’s NMIMS Kirit P. Mehta School of Law, Mumbai, India

134. Wartime Sexual Crimes

Page 1369 – 1374

Smriti Shashikant Naik
V. M Salgaocar College of Law, India.

135. Demystifying the Electoral Bond Scheme Political Contributions and quest for Transparency

Page 1375 – 1397

Ishu Gupta and Trisha Singh Naulakha
Symbiosis Law School, Noida, India

Page 1398 – 1414 

136. Artificial Intelligence & Law: An Insight to Future

Page 1415 – 1427

Shelal Lodhi Rajput
Symbiosis Law School, Pune, India

137. Leadership Styles, Qualities, and Characteristics of the World Great Leaders with Constitutional and Judicial Flavors

Page 1428 – 1444

Prof. Dr. D. Nagarathinam
Principal, Theni Kammavar Sangam College of Tech., Theni, India

138. Emergence of Right to Privacy in India

Page 1445 – 1457

 Barkha Shekhar
Amity University (School of Law), Kolkata, India.
Kaushal Jaisalmeria
The West Bengal National University of Juridical Sciences, Kolkata, India

139. A Critical Study on Child Labor with Special Reference to Unorganized Sectors

Page 1458 – 1468

Crescent Institute Of Science And Technology, India
Kulath Haaziq Nawab Kutty.R
Crescent Institute Of Science And Technology, India

140. Nailing the Insider: A Hard-Won Fray

Page 1469 – 1477

Richa Chauhan
Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law, Patiala, India

141. Sabarimala Judgement: A Powerful Dissent

Page 1478 – 1489

Nikhilesh Koundinya
Symbiosis Law School, Pune, India

142. India’s Anti-Terrorism Laws: An Undying Threat

Page 1490 – 1508

Soham Vijaykumar Jagtap and Garima Saxena
Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law, India

143. Extra-Judicial Killing: Real or Staged? 

Page 1509 – 1519

Nitish Shakya and Shristi Sinha
The ICFAI University, Dehradun, India

144. Role of Mobile Phones in Digitization of the Economy

Page 1520 – 1533

Aashish Mittal
Chanakya National Law University, Patna, India

145. Constitutional Amendment and Bifurcation of Jammu and Kashmir

Page 1534 – 1541

Gowri Krishna and Chetan Sikarwar
Rajiv Gandhi School of Intellectual Property Law (IIT-KGP), India

146. Sexual Harassment at Work Place and its Implications

Page 1542 – 1551

Shoyab Mohammad
Assistant Professor, Government Law College, Bundi, India

147. International Humanitarian Law And Un Peace Operations

Page 1552 – 1556

Tripti Shankar
Student of LL.M., Chanakya National Law University, Patna, India

148. The Critical Analysis of Natural Rights Theory

Page 1557 – 1570

Arundathi.K and Sonali Awasthi
Symbiosis Law School, Hyderabad, India.

150. Legal Aspects of Dowry in India

Page 1583 – 1591

Rajat Shandilya
Faculty of Law, Aligarh Muslim University, India

151. Analysis of the Constitutional Validity of Member of Parliament – Local Area Development (MPLAD) Scheme and Its Suspension amidst Covid-19

Page 1592 – 1604

Amrith. R and R. Gireeshvaran
School Of Excellence In Law, The Tamil Nadu Dr. Ambedkar Law University, Chennai, India

152. A Study on Lethal Autonomous Weapons System under International Humanitarian Law with Special Focus on Killer Robots

Page 1605 – 1620

Ms. Apoorva Chandrachur and Ms. Shreya Chamaria
SVKM’s NMIMS Kirit P. Mehta School Of Law, India

153. Case Comment: Shakti Vahini V. Union of India and Others

Page 1621 – 1625

Kirti Jaggi and Darshna Nair
Fairfield Institute of Management and Technology, India

154. Self-Regulation by Over-the-Top Platforms A Study in Context of Video Streaming Services in India

Page 1626 – 1639

Himi Singla
Advocate at Punjab and Haryana High Court, Chandigarh, India

155. Kashmir Heaven Turned Amusement

Page 1640 – 1648

Krishna Singh
Faculty of Law, Banasthali Vidyapith, Rajasthan, India

156. Basic Structure Doctrine: Limited to only Constitutional Amendments

Page 1649 – 1654

Anandini Saha
O.P Jindal Global University, India

156. The Definition of State – Not Expansive Enough

Page 1655 – 1659

Anandini Saha
O.P Jindal Global University, India

157. Beyond Markets: Globalization Explored

Page 1660 – 1669

Shashank Shekhar Pandey
[LL.M (Law, Policy & Good Governance), B.B.A. LL.B, Dip. Global Governance, Dip. Journalism, Dip. Modern Applied Psychology], Researcher TIPLR, GNLU, India.

158. A Critical Analysis of the Code on Wages, 2019 

Page 1670 – 1677

Adarsh Dubey
Jindal Global Law School, India

159. Law of Sedition: A Persistent Theory of Colonialism

Page 1678 – 1688

Medha Priya
Amity Law School, Noida, India

160. Linguistic Impact of Emojis in Online Communication

Page 1689 – 1694

Ismail Siddiqui
IIT Madras, India

161. Analysing the Scope of Force Majeure in the Light of Covid-19.

Page 1695 – 1712

Deborshi Sarkar and Ridhima Mehrotra

Symbiosis Law School, Noida, India.

162. Copyright Issues in Cyberspace

Page 1713 – 1717

Manu Mariyan Abraham
KLE Society’s Law College, Bangalore, India

163. ‘When State Overlooks Fundamental Rights of Citizens’ – A Situation During the Covid-19 Lockdown

Page 1718 – 1729

Gaurav R. Suryavanshi
Advocate at Bombay High Court, Maharashtra, India

164. The Yogyakarta Principles: A Legal Discourse on Rights of the LGBTI Community

Page 1730 – 1747

 Prerna Mitra
Associate at AshiLegal, Bangalore, Karnataka, India
 Kunwar Abhijeet
Advocate of High Court, New Delhi, India

165. Banks, Non-Performing Assets, and Citizens

Page 1748 – 1760

Sheetal Sharma and Mr. Abhishek Sharma
Bennett University, India

166. The Turning Point for Arbitration over Litigation: A Dissection of COVID – 19

Page 1761 – 1772

Shantanu Sharma
Damodaram Sanjivyaa National Law University India

167. Development of Human Rights Jurisprudence in India: An International Perspective

Page 1773 – 1781

Zakia Khan and Ruksana
Aligarh Muslim University, India

168. The Reality of Child Sexual Abuse in India

Page 1782 – 1803

Priyal Singh
Lloyd Law College, Greater Noida, India

169. Examining the Feasibility of a Uniform Civil Code in India

Page 1804 – 1820

Yagya Bharadwaj
Amity Law School, Noida, India

170. Free Legal Aid: A Human Right, not “Charity”

Page 1821 – 1827

Chetan Kaushik
K.R. Mangalam University, India

171. Stern Infractions & Infringement of Fundamental Rights: In the Name of Terrorism & War on Terrorism

Page 1828 – 1842

Mitul Soni and Rida Farid Bazmi
Symbiosis Law School, Hyderabad, India

172. Uniform Civil Code: Can UCC improvise with an alteration in India

Page 1843 – 1855

Anannya Gupta and Erum Nihal Azizy
University of Petroleum and Energy Studies, Dehradun, India.

173. The Personal Data Protection Bill, 2019: Boon or Bane

Page 1856 – 1863

Sayanika Dey and Sneha Chatterjee
Amity University, Kolkata, India

174. Emerging Trends in the IPR Regime

Page 1864 – 1873

Yukta Singh
LLOYD Law College, India

175. Enactment of Law for the Protection of Women against Cyber Crime

Page 1874 – 1883

Suruchi Yadav and Srijana Chandel
Amity Law School, Amity University, Chhattisgarh, India

176. Social Media: The Principal Source of Information in Modern World

Page 1884 – 1891

Dhanya.N and Kulath Haaziq Nawab Kutty.R
Crescent Institute Of Science And Technology, India.

177. Critical Analysis on Human Rights of Children Born through Assisted Reproductive Technology Surrogacy

Page 1892 – 1900

Muthukrishnan.A and Sabari.Ch
The Tamilnadu Dr. Ambedkar Law University, Chennai, India

178. Decoding Exception 2: In Light of Legislative and Judicial Opinions and Suggestive Measures for a Better Tomorrow

Page 1901 – 1910

Chhavi Sompura and Shubhangi Gehlot
Faculty of Law, Maharaja Sayajirao University Of Baroda, India

179. Citizenship Amendment Act: A Threat to the Secularism of the Nation

Page 1911 – 1917

Asmita Jataria
Assistant Professor at Dharmashastra National Law University

180. Legacy and Comparative Analysis of the Best Evidence Principle

Page 1918 – 1927

Christy Nameirakpam
Symbiosis Law School, Pune, India

181. The Earth’s Need for a Space Ombudsman

Page 1928 – 1937

Qamar Ali Jafri
Dr. Ram Manohar Lohiya National Law University, Lucknow, India

182. Mortgages under Banking Law

Page 1938 – 1944

Shabna rahim
The Kerala Law Academy Law College, India

183. Regulation and Operation of Drones: A Threat to Privacy

Page 1945 – 1958

Agrim Jain and Anshika Saxena
Amity Law School, Delhi, India

184. End of an Era of Debate: An Analysis of Anti Defection Laws in India

Page 1959 – 1968

Ashish Kaushik
Assistant Professor at Institute of Legal Studies, Ch. Charan Singh University, India

185. Vaccine & Right to Health Covid-19 Perspective

Page 1969 – 1975

 Abhishek Mahajan
Advocate, Supreme Court of India (Associate in the chamber of Learned ASG Mr Vikramjit Banerjee)
 Shashank Maheshwari
Student (Masters in Law), National Law University, Delhi

186. Jurisprudential Aspect of Legal Realism and Critical Analysis of the Realist Movement in America

Page 1976 – 1988

 Vijay Awana

(Research Scholar),Indian Institute of Foreign Trade Management, University, Moradabad, India

188. India Seeks to Join the Crypto-Bandwagon: Are CBDCs the Way Forward

Page 1996 – 2015

Ritunjay Gupta
Columbia Law School, New York.

189. Women in a Man’s World: Unrecognised and Undervalued? 

Page 2016 – 2020

Mridushi Damani and Vedant Tapadia
Hidayatullah National Law University, Raipur, Chhattisgarh, India

190. High Time to revisit to open Rowdy Sheet and to affix the Photos of Innocent Individual at Public Places

Page 2021 – 2029

P. Syed Mustaq and M. S. Sai Aravind
School of Law, SASTRA Deemed to be University, India

191. Development in Laws and Policies during Covid-19 Epidemic 2020

Page 2030 – 2043

Aditya Gupta and Gazal Gupta
Manipal University Jaipur, India

192. Revival of Doctrine of Manifest Arbitrariness

Page  2044 – 2059

Shrishti Khare
Ph.D. Scholar at NLIU, Bhopal, India

193. Reservation under Vienna Convention of Law of Treaties Aide or Impediment to Global Relations

Page  2060 – 2069

Ridhi Suri and Pranjal Tomar
Amity Law School, Delhi (affiliated to GGSIPU), India

194. International and Domestic Regulations under Income Tax Act

Page  2070 – 2083

Kartikeya Gulati
Advocate [Bcom, LLB. (Hons.).]

196. Accessing the Issues associated with the Immoral Traffic (Prevention) Act, 1956

Page  2093 – 2099

Sukanya Subhadarshana and Seemon Snigdha Jena
KIIT School of Law, India

197. Crowdfunding in India and Its Regulation: A Critical Analysis of SEBI’s Consultation Paper on Crowdfunding

Page  2100 – 2117

 Jasmine Khan
The WB National University of Juridical Sciences, Kolkata, India
 Ummey Kulsum Khan
Faculty of Law, Jamia Millia Islamia University, New Delhi, India

198. Live-In Relationship: The Legality of Unconventional Relationship in India

Page  2118 – 2135

Devanshi Lohia and Rishika Goyal
Amity University, Kolkata, India

199. From Privacy to Data Protection in India: Evaluating the Personal Data Protection Bill, 2019

Page  2136 – 2152

Sameer Kumar Dwivedi
Research Scholar, School of Law & Governance, Central University of South Bihar, Gaya, India

200. Cybercrimes in the Social Media Issues and Challenges

Page  2153 – 2170

Debasree Debnath
Maharashtra National Law University, Nagpur, India

201. Online Disputes Resoultion (ODR): The Future of Justice in India

Page  2171 – 2178

Kartikey Raja
Sharda University, India

202. Individual Insolvency- The Next Big Thing

Page  2179 – 2191

Rashi Shukla
KIIT School of Law​, India

203. Accountability for a Global Pandemic Scope of litigation against China

Page  2192 – 2204

Athul V. Vadakkedom and Saumya Srivastava
Law Centre-1, Faculty of Law, Delhi University, India

204. Environmental Law and Innovative Approaches to Environmental Degradation

Page  2205 – 2212

Akanksha Bajpayee
Amity University, Uttar Pradesh, Lucknow Campus, India

205. Sexual Harassment of Women at Workplace: A Socio-Psychological Trauma

Page  2213 – 2220

Bhagyashree Chauhan 
Symbiosis Law University, Hyderabad, India

206. Comparative Study on the Rise of BIMSTEC With Reference to SAARC Functioning

Page  2221 – 2231

Prabhat Kumar
The WB National University of Juridical Sciences, Kolkata, India

207. The Capacity of a Destination to Accommodate Halal Tourism Industry Responses from Mauritius

Page  2232 – 2246

Ambareen Beebeejaun
Lecturer (Corporate and Tax Law), Department of Law, Faculty of Law and Management. University of Mauritius, Reduit, Mauritius

208. India in 21st Century: A need for a proper Refugee Law

Page  2247 – 2252

 Arbaz Muzaffer
Advocate, Jammu and Kashmir High Court, India
 Dr. Rajesh Singh
Associate Professor, Parul Institute of Law, Parul University, India

209. Scope of Medical Tourism in India & The Legal Scenario

Page  2253 – 2260

 Sheikh Sultan Aadil Huque
LLM-PhD , National Academy of Legal Studies & Research (NALSAR), Hyderabad, India
 Mahwesh Buland
KIIT School of Law, KIIT University, Bhubaneswar, India

211. Paradigm Shift in the Policy of the Newspapers in India

Page  2272 – 2286

Sk Waseem Akram
Andhra University, India

212. Custodial Deaths with Reference to Prevention against Torture Bill, 2017

Page 2287 – 2294

Kashish Gupta
Lovely Professional University, Punjab

213. Corona Virus Fostering Competition in the Digital Grocery Sector

Page 2295 – 2315

 Siddhant Thakar

Founder & Editor at Legal Maxim, India

214. Doctrine of Legitimate Expectation: An Overview

Page 2316 – 2321

Tanya Sharma
School of Law, University of Petroleum and Energy Studies, Dehradun, India

215. Internet Freedom and Human Rights

Page 2322 – 2330

S.P. Shivani
School of Excellence in Law, The Tamil Nadu Dr. Ambedkar Law University, Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India

216. Enforceability of Foreign Awards in India: Issues and Challenges

Page 2331 – 2346

Komal and Neha Pallav
Chanakya National Law University, Patna, India

217. India’s Capital Punishment: An Inefficacious Exercise or a Vindictive Move?

Page 2347 – 2369

Sanjana Srivastava and Nikita Sarma
Amity Law School, Noida, India

218. Conflict and War Unchanged Protections for a Persistently Changing World

Page 2370 – 2376

Anoushka Samyuktha and Rangarajan R
School of Law, Sastra Deemed University, India

219. Ethical Philosophy in ‘E-Learning’

Page 2377 – 2382

Dr. Shubhashri Bose
Asstt. Prof. Vivekananda College, University of Delhi, India

220. Impact of Covid-19 on Education: An Analysis from Human Rights Perspective with Special Reference to Indian Constitution and RTE Act, 2009

Page 2383 – 2393

Suravi Ghosh
Advocate at Burdwan Dist. And Session Judges’ Court Dist. Purba Bardhaman, West Bengal, India

221. A Commitment to Community Comparative Analysis of Healthcare System in India and China 

Page 2394 – 2404

Srirupa Choudhury
ILS Law College, Pune, India

222. Infobahn Related to Matron

Page 2405 -2424

Avinash ray and Yusra Khatoon
Amity University Lucknow Campus, Uttar Pradesh, India

223. Abuse of Dominance under Indian Competition Law as Compared to the EU Competition Law

Page 2425 – 2430

Shivansh Jain
School of Law, NMIMS, Mumbai, India

224. Marriages under Different Laws

Page 2431 – 2444

Garvit Choudhary and Bishal Basak
University of Petroleum & Energy Studies, India