Volume III – Issue V

2. Khatna: Mutilation of Women’s Rights

Page 12 – 24

Deesha Vyas
SVKM’s Pravin Gandhi College of Law affiliated to Mumbai University, India

3. Dispute Settlement Mechanism about Claims under Life Insurance: A Legal Study

Page 25 – 52

Madhusmita Ronghangpi and Nilutpal Deb Roy
National Law University and Judicial Academy, Assam, India.

4. Moral Damages in Investment Treaty Arbitrations: Where we are and where we can go?

Page 53 – 68

Yash Shiralkar
Government Law College, Mumbai, India.

5. An Analysis of Operational Aspects of Motor Vehicle Jurisprudence: A Comparative Perspective

Page 69 – 85

Akshat Chaudhary​
Advocate, High Court for Judicature for Rajasthan, Jaipur, India

6. Contempt of Court – Prashant Bhushan Controversy

Page 86 – 89

Swathi R
Government law college, Vellore, India.

9. Critical Analysis of the Role of Courts in Fighting Against Economic Crimes in Rwanda: Case of Scope of Activism of Judge in Criminal Matters 

Page  113 – 124

Dr. Didace Nshimiyimana
Vice President of Intermediate Court of Nyarugenge/Supreme Court of Rwanda, India.

10. Corporate Disclosure & Investor Protection Correlation in Reduction of Equity Home Bias

Page  125 – 134

Komal Singh and Divya Priyank
NMIMS, Kirit P. Mehta School of Law, Mumbai, India.

11. Human Rights for Migrants at Sea: A Lackadaisical Approach?

Page  135 – 144

Malvika Kala
Symbiosis Law School, Pune, India.

12. Truth Commission as an Alternative Justice Delivery System

Page  145 – 152

Tvisa Bhattacharjee
School of Law, KIIT (Deemed) University, India.

13. A Critical Analysis on the Role of Public Interest Litigation in Environmental Jurisprudence

Page  153 – 159

 Sidharth A J

VIT School of Law, VIT University Chennai Campus, India.
 Christeena Anna Reji
School of Law, Christ Deemed to be University, Bangalore, Karnataka, India.

14. Alternative Dispute Resolution Mechanism as per Indian Perspective

Page  160 – 172

Vidhi Mehta and Uma Pandey
Siddhartha Law College, Dehradun, India.

15. Decoding the Model Code of Conduct Time to Shift from Morality to Penalty

Page  173 – 191

Mohammad Saleem
LLM, Faculty of Law, Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh, India.

16. Case Analysis: “Ultra Tech Nathdwara Cement Ltd., (Formerly known as Binani Cement Ltd.) Vs. Union of India”

Page  192 – 203

Vaishnavi Gupta and Sangini Nagpal
NMIMS, Kirit P. Mehta School of Law, Mumbai, India.

17. Haiti: Violation of Human Rights in the midst of Several Crises”

Page  204 – 221

Sagnik Sengupta and Shashwat Tyagi
Amity Law School, Amity University, Noida, India.

18. The Rights of Women vis-à-vis Succession under Hindu Law

Page  222 – 225

Shambhavi Singh
School of Law, Galgotias University, India.

19. Real Time Reporting and it’s Impact on Fair Trial

Page  226 – 247

Gaurav Puri and Rabaica Jaiswal 
Symbiosis Law School, Pune, India.

20. The Threat Posed by Covid-19 to People Living in Poverty

Page  248 – 266

Harshit Vijayvergia and Suryansh Goyal
Amity Law School, Noida, India.

21. Permission of Magistrate – A Sine Qua Non under Section 173(8) of the Cr.P.C

Page  267 – 271

Balaji A.P and Ayushi Vedmutha
School of Excellence in Law, Chennai, India.

22. Attitudes and Attributions associated with Female and Male Partner Violence Analysis with Special Reference to Domestic Violence

Page  272 – 291

Deepika Vijaywargia
KIIT School of Law, Kalinga Institute of Industrial Technology, Bhubaneswar, Odisha, India.

23. Child Rights: Its Various Measures and Mechanism in Indian Context

Page  292 – 299

Subhajit Bhattacharjee and Shubhajeet Shome
Assistant Professor, Department of Law, University of North Bengal, India.

24. E-Invoice Important Aspects Decoded

Page  300 – 309

Nikunj Arora
Amity Law School, Noida, India.

25. Duty of Reasonable Care by the Bailee under Bailment

Page  310 – 317

Krish Parashar
NMIMS Kirit P. Mehta School of Law, India.

26. Article 370 (Kashmir): A Comparative Study with West Bank, Israel

Page  318 – 329

 Shivangi Chaturvedi
Legal Researcher at National Greens Tribunal, India.
Urooj Fatema
West Bengal National University of Juridical Sciences, India.

27. A Socio-Legal Study on Lives of the Children Born into Brothels

Page  330 – 340

Susmita Rath
Symbiosis Law School, Pune, India.

28. A Socio-Legal Study on Lives of the Children Born into Brothels

Page  341 – 358

Shama Mahajan
Symbiosis Law School, Pune, India.

29. Acquiescing Paternal Encroachment Judicial Inroad in the Arbitral Code

Page  359 – 366

 Gayatri Vishal Shirdhonkar
ILS Law College, Pune, India.

30. Article 370 and Indian Asymmetric Federalism – A view through the prism of Basic Structure Doctrine

Page  367 – 371

Sai Hasitha
Presidency University, Bangalore, India.

31. Masculinity: A Mask of Emotions, Violence Faced by Men in Domestic Environment

Page  372 – 381

Shivani Vyas
Manipal University Jaipur, India.

32. Minority Rights under International Law towards Participatory Equality

Page  382 – 394

Vallabha Gulati
Advocate, India.

33. Sentence Bargaining

Page  395 – 400

School of Excellence in Law (Tamil Nadu Dr. Ambedkar Law University), India.

34. Position of Right to Health in India

Page  401 – 409

Bhanu Pratap Singh
School of Law, University f Petroleum and Energy Studies, Dehradun, India.

35. ‘Discrimination of Transgenders’ – Violation of the Constitution of India

Page  410 – 423

Vaishnavi Sahoo, Tejaswini Panigrahi and Suvangi Ray
KIIT School of Law, Bhubaneswar, India.

36. Critical Analysis on Interpretation of Article 21 of the Indian Constitution

Page  424 – 433

Piyasha Das 
Amity University, Kolkata, India.

37. The Silent Male Rape Victims in India

Page  434 – 438

Aakansha Latala and Ishika Agarwal
Manipal University Jaipur, India.

38. Rights of Sexual and Reproductive Independence of Women with Disabilities 

Page  439 – 448

Anagha Nair and Niranjana J Anil
VIT School of Law, VIT Chennai, India.

40. Section 375

Page  466 – 471

Swathi R
Government law college, Vellore, India.

41. A Review of the Legislative Attitude towards Surrogacy

Page  472 – 481

Paul Abraham
Christ University, India.

42. Globalization and Corporate Governance in Indian Context

Page  482 – 492

Ananyaa Jha and Aayush Kanojia
Amity Law School, Noida, India.

43. Juvenile Justice System in Bangladesh – An Appraisal

Page  493 – 513

Absar Aftab Absar
Assistant Professor, Lloyd Law College, India.

44. Limited Liability Partnership as a better alternative to Incorporation

Page  514 – 528

Kushi Rajanahalli
Symbiosis Law School, Pune, India.

45. Legal Framework of Disaster Management in India along with the Functioning of NDRF

Page  529 – 539

Adrita Saha and Sagnik Chowdhury
Amity University, Kolkata, India.

47. The Pardoning Power under the Constitutional Scheme and its Judicial Review: An Overview

Page  544 – 551

Ms. Deepa
Ph.D. Research Scholar at Faculty of Law, University of Delhi, New Delhi, India.

48. Labour Law Reforms in India: From Then Till Now

Page  552 – 558

Supriyo Banerjee
KIIT School of Law, KIIT Bhubaneshwar, India.

49. Is a Developing Country like India’s Citizenship Legislation Really: A Befitting Epitome to Decipher Immigrant’s Fate Righteously

Page  559 – 577

Srishti Bansal
Ideal Institute of Management and Technology, Karkardooma, India.

50. The Evolution and Development of ADR in India and its Different Kinds

Page  578 – 589

Anamika Yadav
Dr. Harisingh Gour Central University, Sagar (M.P), India.

51. Travesty of Justice Consequences of Wrongful Prosecution and Incarceration

Page  590 – 599

Ridhima Chandani
Manipal University Jaipur, India.

52. New Farm Legislations in India: An Insight

Page  600 – 608

 Richa C

Assistant Professor
LL.M (Business Laws) at National Law School of India University, Bangalore, India

53. Implementation of Women-Centric Frameworks in Theory and Practice

Page  609 – 617

 Aarjoo Bahuguna and Kameswari Duvvuri

Alumni of Symbiosis Law School, Hyderabad, India.

54. Concept of Plea-Bargaining

Page  618 – 627

 Ms. Anupriya Yadav

Assistant Professor, Amity Law School, Amity University Lucknow Campus, Uttar Pradesh, India.

55. Challenges of Women in Indian Diaspora Unheard Stories

Page  628 – 647

Ananda Majumdar

University of Alberta (Bachelor of Education after Degree Elementary, Faculty of Education)

56. Role of the Judiciary in the Growth and Development of Environmental Jurisprudence of India

Page  648 – 658

Dr. Matiur Rahman
Assistant Professor of Law, University Law College, Gauhati University, India.

57. Traditional Knowledge and its Efficacy in Economic Growth

Page  659 – 671

 Ms. Sofia Khatun
Research Scholar, PhD (Law), Centre for Research, CHRIST (Deemed to be University), India.

 Mrs. Deepa Rani Salian
Assistant Professor, SDM Law College, India.

58. Denying the GST compensation to the States – Flouting the Cooperative Federalism

Page  672 – 679

Vidya V Devan
Assistant Professor, Bharata Mata School of Legal Studies, Chondy, Aluva, Kerala, India

59. Rural Development in Punjab: Issues and Policy Perspectives

Page  680 – 689

Dr. Rupinder Kaur
Assistant Professor, Amity University, Noida, India.

60. Delegated Legislation: A Study of Its History, Evolution, and Contemporary Position in India, United States of America and United Kingdom

Page  690 – 706

Mr. Abhijit B and Ms. M. Vamsi Mohana
Assistant Professor of Law, Presidency University Bengaluru, India.

61. A Light on the Socio-Economic Status of the Transgenders

Page  707 – 715

 Ms. Yashika
Research Scholar at University institute of Legal studies at Chandigarh University, Gharuan Punjab, India.
 Ms. Sarita
Assistant Professor at University institute of Legal studies at Chandigarh University, Gharuan Punjab, India.

62. A historical saga of Separate Legal Person under Company Law

Page  716 – 721

Harsh Patidar
National Law Institute University, Bhopal, India.

63. Challenges Faced by Poor Women

Page  722 – 729

Aditya Singh
Amity Law School, Amity University, Noida, India.

64. Compensatory Jurisprudence and Its Emergence in India

Page  730 – 742

Priyanka Gupta
Legal Associate, India.

65. Public Interest Litigation: An Abused Jurisprudence

Page  743 – 755

Vasundhara Sharan and Kushagra Jain
Symbiosis Law School, Noida, India.

66. Eradication of Inhuman Practice of Manual Scavenging and in Tamil Nadu: Is it Possible?

Page  756 – 771

R. Dhivya
Assistant Professor, SRM Faculty of Law, SRMIST, Tamil Nadu, India.

67. Aarogya Setu: Privacy in the Time of the Pandemic

Page  772 – 783

Maniya Goyal and Saloni Khandelwal
NMIMS, School Of Law, Mumbai, India.

68. Integration of Refugees in Netherlands and France: A Critical Analysis

Page  784 – 795

Promit Acharya
KIIT School of Law, KIIT University, Bhubaneswar, India.

69. Status Quo of RERA in Indian Real Estate

Page  796 – 805

 Anamya Sharma and Kshitij Pasricha

Amity Law School, Noida, India.

70. Surrogacy

Page 806 – 812

Sakshi Sinha
KIIT School of Law, KIIT Bhubaneshwar, India.

71. Lex Mercatoria

Page 813 – 821

Sreesankar. M And Riamol Ajoy
School of Legal Studies, CUSAT, India.

72. Materity Benefit (Amendment) Act, 2017: Its Advantages and Disadvantages

Page 822 – 826

M.S. Sai Aravind
School of Law, SASTRA Deemed to be University, Tanjore, Tamil Nadu, India.

73. Menstrual Leave – Regressive or Progressive? 

Page 827 – 835

Priya Bhalerao And Aayush Shah
Amity Law School, Amity University, Maharashtra, India.

74. Right to Education: Education as a Human Right

Page 836 – 844

Kunj Bhagat
Lloyd Law College, India.

75. Recent Reform in Indian Farming Sector: A Blessing or Curse

Page 845 – 856

Vidisha Sharma and Swati
New Law College, Pune, India.

76. Travesty of Rights of Muslim Women in Marriages: Are the Centuries Old Qur’anic Verses Prejudiced or Misinterpreted?

Page 857 – 867

Vidhi Krishali and Keerthi Chowdary
Symbiosis Law School, Hyderabad, India.

77. Frail International Obligation and Imperiled Global Peace: The Myth of Pacta Sunt Servanda

Page 868 – 876

Divyanshu Kumar and Rudransh
Maharashtra National Law University, Nagpur, India.

78. Raising Concerns for Crime against Woman in India

Page 877 – 887

Supriyo Banerjee and Promit Acharya
KIIT School of Law, KIIT University, Bhubaneswar, India.

79. Critical Analysis of the Violation of Human Rights in North Korea, to Cause Dire Consequences in the 2020 Pandemic

Page 888 – 900

Aakriti Roy and Namamee Bhargava
Amity Law School, Noida, Amity University, Uttar Pradesh, India.

80. Towards a Social Paradigm Shift

Page 901 – 905

Arti Chaudhary
New Law College, Bharati Vidyapeeth Deemed University, Pune, India.

81. Integrity of Judicial Officers: Judicial trend

Page 906 – 912

Brajakanta Singh, Nameirakpam
Ph.D scholar, Department of Law, Manipur University, Canchipur, Imphal, Manipur, India.

82. Analysis of Constructive Res Judicata with reference to Writ Jurisdiction 

Page 913 – 918

Miheer Jain
Kirit P Mehta School of Law, NMIMS, Mumbai, India.

83. Online Hate Speech in India: Issues and Regulatory Challenges

Page 919 – 937

Mehvish Ashraf
Ph.D Scholar at Faculty of Law, Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi, India.

84. Singapore Convention on Mediation: A Historic Evolution of the Mediation Landscape

Page 938 – 947

Ayushi Saumya
Symbiosis Law School, Pune, India.

85. Need For Awareness on RTI and its Enormous Potential

Page 948 – 959

Parinaz V. Fanibanda and Palak V. Mehta
UnitedWorld School of Law, Karnavati University, India.

86. Victimology in India: Need for Victim-Oriented Laws

Page 960 – 975

Vidya Shankar
Amity Law School, Delhi, India.

88. Right to Health pertaining to Scheduled Tribes: An Exposition

Page 984 – 996

Nadendla Roja Rani
B.A, LL.B (Hons.,), LL.M, (Ph.d)

89. Prevention of Money Laundering Act 2002: An Analysis from Lens of Principles of Law of Evidence

Page 997 – 1011

Sneha Hooda
LL.M. from National Law University, Delhi, India.

90. Cyber Crime against Women in India: Legal Challenges and Solutions

Page 1012 – 1022

Nilesh Beliraya K and Abhilasha
Chanakya National Law University, India.

91. The Kashmiri Pandit Exodus: An Obliterated Chronicle

Page 1023 – 1037

Heta Thakar and Vaishnavi Mishra
NMIMS University, Kirit P. Mehta School of Law, Mumbai, India.

92. Testing Validity of Polygraph Test and Narco Analysis Test under the Indian Legal Framework

Page 1038 – 1044

Maharshi Shah
Jindal Global Law School, India.

94. Barrister and Senior Advocate in Comparative Perspective

Page 1056 – 1073

Himanshu Sorout
Centre for Post Graduate Legal Studies, Jindal Global Law School, Jindal Global University, India.

95. Blockchain and Artificial Intelligence: A Way Ahead

Page 1074 – 1082

 Safal Tom

School of Legal Studies, CUSAT, Kochi, Kerala, India.
 Sidharth Sethunath
Ramaiah College of Law, Bangalore, Karnataka, India.

96. Investor State Dispute Settlement and Human Rights

Page 1083 – 1092

Yoshita Kumar
Gujarat National Law University, India.

97. Discrimination and It’s Forms in the Contemporary World

Page 1093 – 1094

Aparna Jayakumar
Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University, India.

98. Impact of Goods and Services Tax on Real Estate sector in India

Page 1095 – 1106

Manisha Patawari
Research Scholar, School of Law and Governance, Central University of South Bihar, India.

99. Right to Self-Defence of States under International Law: A Conceptual Understanding

Page 1107 – 1120

Pukar Dahal
Kathmandu School of Law, Purbanchal University – Bhaktapur, Nepal.

100. Education during Covid-19

Page 1121 – 1125

Aadya Tiwary

101. Advertisement and Its Misleading

Page 1126 – 1138

 Richa Jhanwar and Dishita Khanddia
Manipal University, Jaipur, India.

102. Acid Attacks: A Burning Injustice

Page 1139 – 1149

Ashika Jain
Amity University, Noida, India.

103. Evolution of Law Relating Appointment of Judges in India: A Critical Analysis

Page 1150 – 1168

Nishkarsh Garg and Rajat Garg
Amity University, Noida, India.

104. Tukaram and ors. V. State of Maharashtra (Mathura Rape Case)

Page 1169 – 1175

Shaurya Aggarwal and Rahul Rathee
Amity University, Noida, India.

105. Modelling Contracts and Disputes that can occur from a Badly Drafted Modelling Contract in Fashion Industry

Page 1176 – 1180

Dishani Sridharan
The Tamil Nadu Dr. Ambedkar Law University, India.

106. Effectiveness of Parliamentary Control over Delegated Legislation 

Page 1181 – 1192

Ankit Mohanty, Vedant Sharma and Ankit Chopra
KIIT School of Law, Bhubaneswar, India.

107. Striking a Balance between Press Freedom and Government Control over Media

Page 1193 – 1209

 Mrigank Vaidik, Hindol Banerjee and Shubham Kumar
KIIT School of Law, Bhubaneswar, India.

108. Abortion Laws in India

Page 1210 – 1222

 Ahona Mukherjee, Apurba Pattanayak and Priyansha Mohanty 
KIIT School of Law, Bhubaneshwar, India.

109. Custodial Death: The Legal Murder

Page 1223 – 1230

Afrin Kalwatar
Rizvi Law College, Mumbai University, India.

110. Role of Right to Education of Children in Promotion of Sustainable Development

Page 1231 – 1239

Prerana Raosaheb Shinde
Advocate at District and Sessions Court Pune, India.

111. Maritime Labour Convention: An Indian Perspective into the Labour Perils of the Sea

Page 1240 – 1255

Nilanjana Nair
KLE Society’s Law College, Karnataka State Law University, Bangalore, India.

112. Reforms in Special Economic Zones in India – Dawn or Doom

Page 1256 – 1268

Dhanya T Mallar
Advocate, High Court of Kerala, India.

113. Indian Legal Approach towards Cyber Defamation and Hate Speech

Page 1269 – 1279

Abhinav Tomer
Research Scholar at IFTM University, Moradabad, India.

114. Case Comment on Samar Ghosh V. Jaya Ghosh (2007) 4 SCC 51

Page 1280 – 1289

Ashwin Singh and Dharani Maddula
Symbiosis Law School, Pune, India.

115. Rights of Victims in Indian criminal Justice System

Page 1290 – 1306

Mrityunjay Bhardwaj
Vivekananda Law School and Legal Studies, India.

116. Issues Challenges of Patentability of Generic Drugs in India

Page 1307 – 1330

Sayani Chandra and Ritwika Mazumdar
LLM student, KIIT Law School (Deemed to be University), India.

117. Future of Dispute Resolution Mediation a Pathway for Resolving National and International Dispute

Page 1331 – 1336

Abhishek Tripathi and Bhavuk Narula
Lloyd Law College, Delhi, India.

118. Lok Adalat’s Contribution in Shaping the Indian Legal System

Page 1337 – 1340

Ipsa Raj
GITAM School of Law, Visakhapatnam, India.

120. Industrial Relations Code, 2020: The Dawn of the Reformation

Page 1358 – 1367

Shruti Tyagi and Tanya Babbar
UPES School of Law, Dehradun, India.

121. Intellectual Property Rights: The Creative, The Better

Page 1368 – 1374

Nishtha Sachan
Amity Law School, Noida, India.