VOLUME 1 ISSUE 2

[September to November]

1. K. B. S. Venkat Sai, A GUIDE TO WOMEN OF THEIR LAWS AND HOW TO FILE AN FIR

2. Sandeep Harish, EQUAL PAY FOR ALL WITHOUT ANY DISCRIMINATION BASED ON SEX UNDER THE EQUAL REMUNERATION ACT, 1976

3. Debanjali Chakraborty, WITHHOLDING CONSENT TO RESTITUTION OF CONJUGAL RIGHTS- A DETRIMENTAL AND ARCHAIC TRANSPLANT FROM RUKMABAI’S CASE TO OJASWI PATHAK’S CASE

4. Mahee Vohra, Tejas Chhabra and Kush Khandelwal, A STUDY OF TORTURE IN PRISON AND IT’S PREVENTIVE MEASURES

5. Gunish Aggarwal, HUMAN RIGHTS AND CLIMATE CHANGE- PART 1

6. Gunish Aggarwal, HUMAN RIGHTS AND CLIMATE CHANGE- PART 2

7. Mayukh Nandi, WHITE-COLLAR CRIMES AND ITS EXTENSIVE COPIOUS CLASSIFICATIONS IN INDIA

8. Nabeel Masood, ANTI CONVERSION LAW:  JUST LAW OR A DISCRIMINATORY DRACONIAN DEROGATORY LEGISLATION

9. Harshika Kapoor, GLOBAL CRISIS: CHILD LABOUR ISSUES, WHAT IS THE TAKE OF INDIAN GOVERNMENT AND INTERNATIONAL ORGANISATIONS

10. Samanyu Pokhriyal, ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE AND CRIMINAL LIABILITY

11. Bhawartha Nikhade, OXYGEN CRISIS AND LAW

12. Anish Bachchan, PATENT 101 LEVEL 1: UNDERSTANDING PATENT IN THE AGGRESSIVE MONETIZATION OF VIDEO GAMES

13. Prateek Goyal, LAWS RELATED TO JOB SECURITY IN INDIA

14. Athira Haridas, CASE COMMENT: LALITA KUMARI V STATE OF UTTAR PRADESH AND ORS

15. Ginit Pal Kaur Bal, BANKING SWINDLING AND HINDRANCE IN INDIA

16. Jyotsana Singh, COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF UCC AND PORTUGUESE CIVIL CODE IN GOA WITH PERSONAL LAWS PREVAILING THROUGH INDIA

17. Qamrush Zehra, FALSE CONFESSIONS AND THE WAY OF DEALING THEM IN DIFFERENT COUNTRIES

18. Bhupinder Singh Yadav, ANALYTICAL STUDY OF UNDERTRIAL IN INDIA THEIR HUMAN RIGHTS, CONSTITUTIONAL REMEDIES AND REFORMS REQUIRED

19. Anahita Roy Sarker, PROTESTS- AN ANALYSIS

20. Anindo Chatterjee, NITI AAYOG AND ITS RECOMMENDATIONS WITH SPECIAL ACCENTUATION ON THE NATIONAL MONETISATION PLAN

21. Anhadinder Singh, INDENTURESHIP OF CHILDREN’S AS VIOLATION OF CONSTITUTION OF INDIA

22. Sneha P. Mandal, JURISPRUDENCE OF ADALATS IN INDIAN SUBCONTINENT AND INDEPENDENCE OF JUDGES IN LIGHT OF OOMAN DUTT v. KUNHIA SINGH & GOVERNMENT v. PURTAB CASES