International Journal of Law and Legal Jurisprudence Studies

Volume 3 Issue 2

S.NOTITLEAUTHORPAGE NO.URL ADDRESS
1.CRIME, MEDIA AND THE CULTURAL CONUNDRUMManveen Singh1-21http://ijlljs.in/crime-media-and-the-cultural-conundrum/
2.The Potential Benefits and Legal Basis of the Participation of amicus curiae in the African Commission on Human and Peoples’ Rights, African Court of Human and Peoples’ Rights, and the African Committee on the Rights and Welfare of the ChildAbreha Mesele Zinabu22-27http://ijlljs.in/the-potential-benefits-and-legal-basis-of-the-participation-of-amicus-curiae-in-the-african-commission-on-human-and-peoples-rights-african-court-of-human-and-peoples-rights-and-th/
3.RIGHT TO FOOD IN INDIA: A CONSTITUTIONAL PERSPECTIVESanjeeveGowda.G.S28-39http://ijlljs.in/right-to-food-in-india-a-constitutional-perspective/
4.Alternate Dispute Resolution-Need of the Hour Dr.Petikam.Sailaja40-49http://ijlljs.in/alternate-dispute-resolution-need-hour/
5.Social Media, Democracy and Changing Facets of Law: A Critical StudyDr. Yogendra Kumar Srivastava50-62http://ijlljs.in/social-media-democracy-changing-facets-law-critical-study/
6.Right to Food and Role of the State to Ensure Food Security in Bangladesh: Need of a Right based ApproachBadsha Mia63-73http://ijlljs.in/right-to-food-and-role-of-the-state-to-ensure-food-security-in-bangladesh-need-of-a-right-based-approach/
7.Critical Analysis of decisions of International criminal tribunal: The case Trial and conviction of Charles Taylor Haile Andargie Wondalem74-97http://ijlljs.in/critical-analysis-decisions-international-criminal-tribunal-case-trial-conviction-charles-taylor/
8.THE PRINCIPLE OF ‘COMMON BUT DIFFERENTIATED RESPONSIBILITIES’ AND THE CHALLENGES POSED BY IT IN THE CONTEXT OF INTERNATIONAL CLIMATE GOVERNANCE Rishika Khare98-113http://ijlljs.in/principle-common-differentiated-responsibilities-challenges-posed-context-international-climate-governance/
9.TAX AND RELIGION Monika Nahar114-129http://ijlljs.in/tax-and-religion/
10.DELHI HIGH COURT’S LANDMARK JUDGEMENT OPENED THE DOORS FOR WOMEN TO BE KARTA OF A HUFDr. Neeta Beri130-135http://ijlljs.in/delhi-high-courts-landmark-judgement-opened-the-doors-for-women-to-be-karta-of-a-huf/
11.GENETICALLY MODIFIED ORGANISMS, GM PRODUCTS & WTO JURISPRUDENCEShilpika Pandey 136-163http://ijlljs.in/genetically-modified-organisms-gm-products-wto-jurisprudence/
12.VERTICAL ALLOCATION OF AUTHORITY- THE SCOPE OF INTERNATIONAL LAW IN THE INDIAN CONSTITUTTION.S. Vinayaditya Reddy164-183http://ijlljs.in/scope-of-international-law-in-the-indian-constituttion/
13.CAPITAL PUNISHMENTS IN INDIA:
AN ANALYSIS IN THE LIGHT OF THE HANGING OF YAKUB MEMON
Syed Zeeshan184-199http://ijlljs.in/capital-punishments-in-india-an-analysis-in-the-light-of-the-hanging-of-yakub-memon/
14.Admiralty Law in India-A historical PerspectiveNishaan Shetty200-209http://ijlljs.in/admiralty-law-in-india-a-historical-perspective/
15.Apple Inc. vs FBI
A Jurisprudential Approach to the case of San Bernardino
Aishwarya Anand & Rahul Kumar210-216http://ijlljs.in/apple-inc-vs-fbi-a-jurisprudential-approach-to-the-case-of-san-bernardino/
16.DATA PROTECTION AND CORPORATE LIABILITY: BALANCING OF LAW AND SELF REGULATIONAnuradha Parihar and Aratrika Chakraborty217-226http://ijlljs.in/data-protection-and-corporate-liability-balancing-of-law-and-self-regulation/
17.BEGINNING OF A JOURNEY TOWARDS THE LEGAL RIGHTS OF TRANSGENDERSSanjana Mathur and Smriti227-235http://ijlljs.in/beginning-of-a-journey-towards-the-legal-rights-of-transgenders/
18.BRINGING INVESTMENTS UNDER THE EU UMBRELLAAmogh Srivastava236-250http://ijlljs.in/bringing-investments-under-the-eu-umbrella/
19.SEARCH AND SEIZURE UNDER INCOME TAX ACT, 1961: A CONSTITUTIONAL OUTLOOKPiyush Jain and Priyanka Pareek251-259http://ijlljs.in/search-and-seizure-under-income-tax-act-1961-a-constitutional-outlook/
20.CYBER DEFAMATION: CHANGING DIMENTIONS AND AN INSIGHT INTO INDIAN LAWSAditya Jain260-276http://ijlljs.in/cyber-defamation-changing-dimentions-insight-indian-laws/
21.CYBER TERRORISM: WORLD WIDE WEAPONISATION!Shubham Chaudhary277-291http://ijlljs.in/cyber-terrorism-world-wide-weaponisation/
22.RUDIMENTARY REGULATION OF THE MARKET FOR CONVENTIONAL ARMSRAVI PANDEY AND RIBHU GARG292-300http://ijlljs.in/rudimentary-regulation-of-the-market-for-conventional-arms/
23.Consequences of India Signing the Hague Convention, 1980Divya Ann Samuel and Kislay Raj301-312http://ijlljs.in/consequences-india-signing-hague-convention-1980/
24.FOREIGN ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY PURSUED BY INDIADR. CHANDRAKANTHI.L313-324http://ijlljs.in/foreign-environmental-policy-pursued-by-india/
25.Indian Law On Lis Pendens: Hassles And Solutions
Pratheek Maddhi Reddy325-329http://ijlljs.in/indian-law-lis-pendens-hassles-solutions/
26.HOW DOES THE PRISONER’S DILEMMA HELP IN REGULATING AND CONTROLLING THE COMPETITION?Jayshree330-345http://ijlljs.in/how-does-the-prisoners-dilemma-help-in-regulating-and-controlling-the-competition/
27.RIGHT TO FAIR COMPENSATION AND TRANSPARENCY IN LAND ACQUISITION, REHABILITATION AND RESETTLEMENT ACT 2013: A PROCESS PERSPECTIVEShoaib Alvi346-361http://ijlljs.in/right-fair-compensation-transparency-land-acquisition-rehabilitation-resettlement-act-2013-process-perspective/
28. RIGHT TO INFORMATION AND GOOD GOVERNANCE IN INDIASatyam Kumar Pandey and Abhinav Mishra362-369http://ijlljs.in/right-information-good-governance-india/
29CHILDREN’S RIGHT TO A HEALTHY ENVIRONEMNTAnkita Das370-378http://ijlljs.in/childrens-right-healthy-environemnt/
30.UNTOLD STORY OF GENDER IN THE CLOSET
Kauser Husain and Shanu Agarwal379-393http://ijlljs.in/untold-story-gender-closet/
31HUMAN RIGHT CRISIS IN JAMMU AND KASHMIRTanu Priya394-

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