International Journal of Law and Legal Jurisprudence Studies

Volume 2 Issue 7

S.NO TITLEAUTHORPAGE NO.URL ADDRESS
1Protection of Human Rights in Nigeria: Legal, Constitutional and Democratic IssuesDr. Emmanuel Okon and Dr. Etefia E. Ekanem1 to 16http://ijlljs.in/protection-of-human-rights-in-nigeria-legal-constitutional-and-democratic-issues/
2BILATERAL INVESTMENT TREATIES – HAS INDIA TAKEN IT A ‘BIT’ TOO FAR?Armaan Patkar17 To 42http://ijlljs.in/bilateral-investment-treaties-has-india-taken-it-a-bit-too-far/
3Truth or Law, the hallmark of Justice!?!Prof. Dr. Mohan Rao B.43 To 52http://ijlljs.in/truth-or-law-the-hallmark-of-justice-2/
4Current Scenario of Social Responsibility In Corporate Governance Prof. R.K.Patni53 To 62http://ijlljs.in/current-scenario-of-social-responsibility-in-corporate-governance/
5THE IMPLEMENTATION OF HOUSE ARREST IN THE CRIMINAL PROCEEDINGS IN UZBEKISTANRamazonovaFarizaAbdirashidovna63 to 67http://ijlljs.in/the-implementation-of-house-arrest-in-the-criminal-proceedings-in-uzbekistan/
6A CRITIQUE ON 262ND REPORT OF THE LAW COMMISSION OF INDIA
Dr Sunaina68 To 74http://ijlljs.in/a-critique-on-262nd-report-of-the-law-commission-of-india/
7An Emerging Need of Good Governance in Post-Independence India: An AnalysisDr. Rajeev Kumar Singh75 To 98 http://ijlljs.in/an-emerging-need-of-good-governance-in-post-independence-india-an-analysis/
8LEGAL ASPECTS OF THE PUBLIC ECOLOGICAL CONTROL AS THE MAJOR FORM OF THE PARTICIPATION OF INSTITUTES OF THE CIVIL SOCIETY IN THE ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION Abdusattarov Akmal Mirzaakborovich99 To104http://ijlljs.in/legal-aspects-of-the-public-ecological-control-as-the-major-form-of-the-participation-of-institutes-of-the-civil-society-in-the-environmental-protection/
9Ensuring Human Rights through Environmental Governance :Judicial Reflection Dr. Onkar Nath Tiwari105 To 138http://ijlljs.in/ensuring-human-rights-through-environmental-governance-judicial-reflection/
10Debts Recovery Appellate Tribunal Empowered to Condone Delay under Section 18(1) of the SARFAESI Act, 2002- An Analysis of Supreme Court of India’s decision in Baleshwar Dayal Jaiswal vs Bank of IndiaPranav Khatavkar139 to 147 http://ijlljs.in/debts-recovery-appellate-tribunal-empowered-to-condone-delay-under-section-181-of-the-sarfaesi-act-2002-an-analysis-of-supreme-court-of-indias-decision-in-baleshwar-dayal-jaiswal-vs-bank/
11UNWED MOTHERS : CAN BE SOLE GUARDIANSDr. Neeta Beri148 To 155http://ijlljs.in/unwed-mothers-can-be-sole-guardians/
12EXACAVATING THE LEGISLATIVE INTENT IN LAWAyushi Kushwaha156 to 164http://ijlljs.in/exacavating-the-legislative-intent-in-law/
13DEATH PENALTY: CONSTITUTIONAL POSITIONRavi Boolchandani165 to 187http://ijlljs.in/death-penalty-constitutional-position/
14DEVIDAS RAMACHANDRA TULJAPURKAR V. STATE OF MAHARASHTRA: WHO IS BEING PROTECTED BY THE SUPREME COURT?Nirmit Agrawal188 to 195http://ijlljs.in/devidas-ramachandra-tuljapurkar-v-state-maharashtra-protected-supreme-court/
15EXPLORING THE DIFFERENT REALMS OF NET NEUTRALITYDebanik Bid and Sanjana Chatterjee196 to 221http://ijlljs.in/exploring-different-realms-net-neutrality/
16International Liability as an Instrument to Prevent and Compensate for Climate ChangeShoaib Alvi222 to 137http://ijlljs.in/international-liability-instrument-prevent-compensate-climate-change/
17Jurisprudential Analysis of Mithu Singh vs. State of Punjab [AIR 1983 SC 473] and Validity of Section 303 IPCShashwat Jha238 to 244http://ijlljs.in/jurisprudential-analysis-mithu-singh-vs-state-punjab-air-1983-sc-473-validity-section-303-ipc/
18EMPIRICAL RESEARCH ON THE NEED FOR
UNIFORM CIVIL CODE IN INDIA
R Maya and Rytim Vohra245 to 256http://ijlljs.in/empirical-research-on-the-need-for-uniform-civil-code-in-india/
19The Legal Status Of New class Of People-‘Environmental Refugees’-A Problematic Issue In 21st CenturySubhranil Palit257 to 272http://ijlljs.in/legal-status-new-class-people-environmental-refugees-problematic-issue-21st-century/
20Recent trends in InterpretationRaghuveer Singh Meena273 to 284http://ijlljs.in/recent-trends-in-interpretation/
21RELIGIONS IN INDIA: SECULARISM AND THE CHANGING HORIZONSAstha Satapathy and Subrata Satapathy285 to 301 http://ijlljs.in/religions-india-secularism-changing-horizons/
22RIGHT TO EQUALITY IN INDIA VIS-À-VIS RESERVATION IN FAVOUR OF BACKWARD CLASSESShubham Aparajita and Rishee Rhudra302 to 313 http://ijlljs.in/wording-of-section-304-a-analysing-medical-negligence/
23Wording of Section 304-A: Analysing Medical Negligence Ribhu Mukherjee314 to 323http://ijlljs.in/wording-of-section-304-a-analysing-medical-negligence-2/
24EVIDENCE:ITS ROLE AND KINDSRishee Rhudra and Shubham Aparajita324 to 335http://ijlljs.in/evidenceits-role-kinds/
25TORTIOUS: AN OVERVIEW OF TORTS Shubham Bharti336 to 347http://ijlljs.in/tortious-overview-torts/
26CHANGING IDEALS AND JURISPRUDENCE OF INDIAN LEGAL ACADEMIAAnimesh Kumar and Harsh Bajpai348 to 374http://ijlljs.in/changing-ideals-and-jurisprudence-of-indian-legal-academia/
27AMBIGUITIES IN RAPE STATUTES: A PERSPECTIVEAli Waris Rao375 to 378http://ijlljs.in/ambiguities-in-rape-statutes-a-perspective/
28RIGHT TO DIGNITY: ELDERLY ABUSE IN ERA OF SOCIAL PROGRESS AND URBANISATIONAbhilasha Tiwari379 to 389http://ijlljs.in/right-to-dignity-elderly-abuse-in-era-of-social-progress-and-urbanisation/
29JURISPRUDENCE: PHILOSOPHY ABOUT STUDY OF LAW
Shivang390 to 397http://ijlljs.in/jurisprudence-philosophy-about-study-of-law/
30PRESIDENTIAL POWER TO PARDON IN INDIA: AN OVERVIEWDr. Suresh V.Nadagoudar,Sanjeeve Gowda.G.S
398 to 405http://ijlljs.in/jurisprudence-philosophy-about-study-of-law/

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