International Journal of Law and Legal Jurisprudence Studies

Volume 3 Issue 3

S.NOTITLEAUTHOR PAGE NO. URL ADDRESS
1.PERSPECTIVES CONCERNING HUNGER AND FOOD INSECURITIES IN INDIA - A POSITION REVIEW WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO NATIONAL FOOD SECURITY ACT, 2013Dr.Jyothi Vishwanath1-25http://ijlljs.in/perspectives-concerning-hunger-and-food-insecurities-in-india-a-position-review-with-special-reference-to-national-food-security-act-2013/
2.The Offence of Disclosing Private Sexual Photographs and Films with the Intent to cause Distress under the Criminal Justice and the Courts Act, 2015 (UK)Rishika Khare26-30http://ijlljs.in/the-offence-of-disclosing-private-sexual-photographs-and-films-with-the-intent-to-cause-distress-under-the-criminal-justice-and-the-courts-act-2015-uk/
3.SEDITION LAW IN INDIA: A CONCISE ANALYSISMr. NageshSawant31-38http://ijlljs.in/sedition-law-in-india-a-concise-analysis/
4.FAST TRACK COURTS FOR ELECTED REPRESENTATIVES BILL 2014:
AN ANALYSIS
Dr Sunaina30-49http://ijlljs.in/fast-track-courts-elected-representatives-bill-2014-analysis/
5.LEGAL PROTECTION OF CHILDREN OF INCARCERATED PARENTS-A MODERN DAY NECESSITYDevina Srivastava and Pradeep Kumar Singh50-86http://ijlljs.in/legal-protection-of-children-of-incarcerated-parents-a-modern-day-necessity/
6.INSTITUTE TEST OF JUDICIAL DECISIONS - AS A GUARANTEE OF THE TIMELY CORRECTION OF ERRORS IN CRIMINAL PROCEEDINGSTukhtasheva Umida Abdilovna87-92http://ijlljs.in/institute-test-judicial-decisions-guarantee-timely-correction-errors-criminal-proceedings/
7.CHALLENGES TO THE DOCTRINE OF IDENTIFICATION IN COMPLEX CORPORATE STRUCTURES: THE WAY AHEAD?Amrit Mahal93-103http://ijlljs.in/challenges-to-the-doctrine-of-identification-in-complex-corporate-structures-the-way-ahead/
8.CONCEPT OF FREE LEGAL AID- A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS FREE LEGAL AID IN INDIA, UNITED KINGDOM AND AUSTRALIADolly Choudhury104-120http://ijlljs.in/legal-aid-a-comparative-analysis-free-legal-aid-in-india-united-kingdom-and-australia/
9.DECONSTRUCTING ARTICLE 371-A: THE NAGA EXCEPTIONALISMSubhojit Das 121-129http://ijlljs.in/deconstructing-article-371-a-the-naga-exceptionalism/
10.Acceptability of Judicial Activism in India PerspectiveDr.Puneet Pathak130-143http://ijlljs.in/acceptability-of-judicial-activism-in-india-perspective/
11.HOW TO ENSURE ADEQUATE LEGAL PROTECTION FOR ENVIRONMENTAL REFUGEESSubhranil Palit144-170http://ijlljs.in/how-to-ensure-adequate-legal-protection-for-environmental-refugees/
12.TAX PLANNING FOR LIABILITY OF HUFAishwarya Anand171-184Text of link
13.CLIMATE CHANGE AND HUMAN MIGRATION: LAW AND POLICY PROSPECTS IN SOUTH ASIAAmrendra Kumar185-196http://ijlljs.in/climate-change-human-migration-law-policy-prospects-south-asia/
14.VULNERABILITY OF INDIGENOUS WOMEN BEING EXPOSED TO VIOLENCE Khumtiya Debbarma197-206http://ijlljs.in/vulnerability-indigenous-women-exposed-violence/
15.LIVE-IN-RELATIONSHIP AND STATUS OF WOMEN IN INDIAWAZIDA RAHMAN207-212Text of link
16.VICARIOUS LIABILITY UNDER CRIMINAL LAW IN INDIAAshwini Priya213-224http://ijlljs.in/vicarious-liability-under-criminal-law-in-india/
17.Transforming Commercial Dispute Resolution - A Quest for Investment & Economic GrowthPrashant Kumar Verma225-232http://ijlljs.in/transforming-commercial-dispute-resolution-quest-investment-economic-growth/
18.STATUS AND IMPLICATIONS OF INHERITANCE RIGHTS FOR LIVE-IN RELATIONSHIPS AND THEIR CHILDREN IN INDIASunishth Goyal233-242http://ijlljs.in/status-and-implications-of-inheritance-rights-for-live-in-relationships-and-their-children-in-india/
19.INTERPRETATION OF ARTICLE 9 OF JAPANESE
CONSTITUTION
Shivam Gomber243-286http://ijlljs.in/interpretation-of-article-9-of-japanese-constitution/
20.RIGHT TO PRIVACY IN THE DAWN OF INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY- A CRITICAL REVIEW Utkarsh Amar287-296http://ijlljs.in/right-privacy-dawn-information-communication-technology-critical-review/
21.CONTRACT LABOURSYSTEM IN INDIA: ISSUES AND PERSPECTIVESMrs. Paramita Ray297-307http://ijlljs.in/contract-laboursystem-india-issues-perspectives/
22.THE INDIAN PHARMACEUTICAL PATENT REGIME: PROTECTION OF INNOVATION VIS-À-VIS ACCESS TO MEDICINESNishtha Shukla and Shivam Burghate 308-315http://ijlljs.in/indian-pharmaceutical-patent-regime-protection-innovation-vis-vis-access-medicines/
23.LEGAL REGIME FOR THE CONSUMER PROECTION AND ITS HUMAN RIGHTS PERSPECTIVE
K.Tejbati Devi316-331http://ijlljs.in/legal-regime-consumer-proection-human-rights-perspective/
24.SEXUAL HARASSMENT OF WOMEN AT WORKPLACE (PREVENTION, PROHIBITION AND REDRESSAL) ACT, 2013 – A WELCOME CHANGE IN A WORLD OF UNWELCOME ADVANCES.
Aditi Nidhi &Apoorva Roy332-347http://ijlljs.in/sexual-harassment-women-workplace-prevention-prohibition-redressal-act-2013-welcome-change-world-unwelcome-advances/
25.CORPORATIONS AND MONEY LAUNDERING IN THE WAKE OF PANAMA PAPERSDushyant Singh348-354http://ijlljs.in/corporations-and-money-laundering-in-the-wake-of-panama-papers/
26.CONVERGENCE OF CORPORATE GOVERNANCE SYSTEMS: GOOD OR BAD?Surabhi Mathur355-365http://ijlljs.in/convergence-corporate-governance-systems-good-bad/
27.A NATURAL RIGHT TO MARRY?
Rishika Rangarajan366-375http://ijlljs.in/a-natural-right-to-marry/
28.HUMAN RIGHTS AND DIGITAL MEDIA: A STUDY ON THE STATUS OF FREE SPEECH IN VIRTUAL WORLD WITH RESPECT TO US, UK & INDIAN OUTLOOK
Namrata Chakraborty376-397http://ijlljs.in/human-rights-and-digital-media-a-study-on-the-status-of-free-speech-in-virtual-world-with-respect-to-us-uk-indian-outlook/
29. GENDER EQUALITY VIS- A`-VIS PERSONAL LAWSKarishma Assudani398-415http://ijlljs.in/gender-equality-vis-a-vis-personal-laws/
30.CRITIQUE OF NOZICK’S “ANARCHY, STATE AND UTOPIAMarilyn Joanna Khakha416-423http://ijlljs.in/critique-nozicks-anarchy-state-utopia/
31.JURISDICTIONAL OVERLAPS/CONFLICTS BETWEEN INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS (IPR)AND COMPETITION LAWRahat Dhawan424-434http://ijlljs.in/jurisdictional-overlapsconflicts-between-intellectual-property-rights-iprand-competition-law/
32.POVERTY AND THE NEVER ENDING FIGHT FOR HEALTH AND HYGIENE OF HOMELESS BEGGARS NEAR THE SUKRESWAR TEMPLE, GUWAHATI: A STUDYMinakshi Goswami and Pravek Medhi 435-452http://ijlljs.in/poverty-and-the-never-ending-fight-for-health-and-hygiene-of-homeless-beggars-near-the-sukreswar-temple-guwahati-a-study/
33.EXTRADITION UNDER INTERNATIONAL LAW–AID FOR THE ANGST OF FUGITIVESIsha Agrawal453-466http://ijlljs.in/extradition-under-international-law-aid-for-the-angst-of-fugitives/
34.FROM CAVEAT EMPTOR TO CAVEAT VENDITOR: A PARADIGM SHIFTAmar Kumar Roy and Prashasti Priya467-481http://ijlljs.in/from-caveat-emptor-to-caveat-venditor-a-paradigm-shift/
35.RIGHT TO PRIVACY: REDEFINING SOCIAL SECURITY IN INDIASatya Vrat Yadav and Vasundhara Anil Kaul 482-496http://ijlljs.in/right-privacy-redefining-social-security-india/
36.EVOLUTION OF WOMEN AS A “PERSON”
IN
THE EYES OF LAW
Shwetav Singh and Manthan Dixit 497-509http://ijlljs.in/evolution-of-women-as-a-person-in-the-eyes-of-law/
37.“POWER TO PREVENT”: SURVEILLANCE, DEMOCRACY AND LOOK-OUT CIRCULAR (LOC) IN INDIAP. Arun510-519http://ijlljs.in/power-to-prevent-surveillance-democracy-and-look-out-circular-loc-in-india/

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