International Journal of Law and Legal Jurisprudence Studies

Volume 3 Issue 4

S.NOTITLEAUTHORPAGE NO.URL ADDRESS
1.DISTINGUISHING LEGALITY AND LEGITIMACY OF COUP D’ÉTAT: LOOKING BEYOND KELSENDr. Mohammad Moin Uddin1-26http://ijlljs.in/distinguishing-legality-legitimacy-coup-detat-looking-beyond-kelsen/
2. WOMEN PARTICIPATION IN ALL SOCIAL EVENTS A STEP TOWARDS STRENGTHENING THEMDr. Naresh Kumar Vats 27-42http://ijlljs.in/women-participation-in-all-social-events-a-step-towards-strengthening-them/
3.ANALYSIS OF THE LEGAL ISSUES INVOLVED IN ELECTRONIC CONTRACTS UNDER INDIAN LAW WITH REFERENCE TO BUSINESS-TO-CONSUMER MODEL OF E-COMMERCEMegha Nagpal43-60http://ijlljs.in/analysis-legal-issues-involved-electronic-contracts-indian-law-reference-business-consumer-model-e-commerce/
4.J.S MILL’S VIEW ON FREEDOM OF EXPRESSION AND THE APPROACH OF THE EUROPEAN COURT OF HUMAN RIGHTSShahid A. Ronga61-74http://ijlljs.in/j-s-mills-view-freedom-expression-approach-european-court-human-rights/
5.LACK OF CLARITY IN FDIPOLICYIN ECOMMERCE: IMPACT ON FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS OF INDIA’S ‘BRICK AND MORTAR’ RETAILERSPriti Ramani Nayyar75-95http://ijlljs.in/lack-of-clarity-in-fdipolicyin-ecommerce-impact-on-fundamental-rights-of-indias-brick-and-mortar-retailers/
6.LEGAL REGIME FOR TRADE SECRET PROTECTION IN INDIABagada Ram96-109http://ijlljs.in/legal-regime-trade-secret-protection-india/
7.THE LAW OF BLASPHEMY: INDIA AND THE WORLDApurv Shaurya110-123http://ijlljs.in/law-blasphemy-india-world/
8.FAMILY ARRANGEMENTS IN INDIA: PRESERVING THE QUINTESSENTIAL SOCIAL UNIT OF THE INDIAN SOCIETYDhruv Pande124-131http://ijlljs.in/family-arrangements-in-india-preserving-the-quintessential-social-unit-of-the-indian-society/
9.MAINTEINANCE RIGHTS OF DESERTED HINDU WIFEAkshita Nigam & Konark Gupta132-153http://ijlljs.in/mainteinance-rights-deserted-hindu-wife/
10.TRENDS IN ORGANIZED CRIMESManik Sethi and Smeeksha Pandey154-162http://ijlljs.in/trends-in-organized-crimes/
11. LEGALIZING ACTIVE EUTHANASIA: A RELOOKZeb Hasan163-171http://ijlljs.in/legalizing-active-euthanasia-relook/
12.CASE CONCERNING DELIMITATION OF THE MARITIME BOUNDARY IN THE GULF OF MAINE AREA (CANADA/UNITED STATES OF AMERICA)Manveen Kaur172-177http://ijlljs.in/case-concerning-delimitation-of-the-maritime-boundary-in-the-gulf-of-maine-area-canadaunited-states-of-america/
13.LEGAL ENTANGLEMENT:EXCLUSIVE RIGHT OVER DISSEMINATION OF INSTANTANEOUS UPDATES (LIVE SPORT EVENTS)Chintan Nirala178-220http://ijlljs.in/legal-entanglementexclusive-right-over-dissemination-of-instantaneous-updates-live-sport-events/
14.NON-PERFORMING ASSETS: IMPACT & REGULATIONSApeksha Gupta & Abhipsa Mallick 221-233http://ijlljs.in/non-performing-assets-impact-regulations/
15.VIABILITY OF PRISON PRIVATIZATION: EXPLORING PUBLIC-PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP AND CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY IN THE PRISON SECTOR IN INDIAKonina Mandal and Anwesha Panigrahi234-248http://ijlljs.in/viability-of-prison-privatization-exploring-public-private-partnership-and-corporate-social-responsibility-in-the-prison-sector-in-india/
16.STIFLING PRIVACY AND INHIBITING DEMOCRACY: A CASE FOR AADHAAR SCHEME IN INDIAHimanshi249-257http://ijlljs.in/stifling-privacy-and-inhibiting-democracy-a-case-for-aadhaar-scheme-in-india/
17.INSANITY IN CRIMINAL LAWSidhaarth L N258-271http://ijlljs.in/insanity-criminal-law/
18.DOCTRINE OF BASIC STRUCTUREKritika Nagpal272-288http://ijlljs.in/doctrine-basic-structure/
19.PROTECTING WOMEN’S RIGHT UNDER VARIOUS LAWS IN INDIAAmin kumar singh289-293http://ijlljs.in/protecting-womens-right-under-various-laws-in-india/
20RIGHT OF PRIVATE DEFENCE OF BODY UNDER SECTION 100 OF THE INDIAN PENAL CODE 1860Ayushi Agrawal294-304http://ijlljs.in/right-of-private-defence-of-body-under-section-100-of-the-indian-penal-code-1860/
21A Comparative Analysis of U.K. and Indian Provision relating to Intention under Law of ContractDr. M.P.Chandrika310-319http://ijlljs.in/a-comparative-analysis-of-u-k-and-indian-provision-relating-to-intention-under-law-of-contract/

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