LIJDLR

Volume I Issue II

INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY THEFT- A NATIONAL SECURITY ISSUE

INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY THEFT- A NATIONAL SECURITY ISSUE Panya Sethi, Student, Symbiosis Law School, Noida Download Manuscript ABSTRACT Theft of intellectual property refers to the unlawful taking of any creative work, concept, trade secret, or sensitive information that is protected by intellectual property laws. Theft of intellectual property (IP) covers a broad spectrum of wrongdoing, from […]

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FREEDOM OF SPEECH AND SOCIAL NETWORKING SITES: RIGHTS, RESTRICTIONS AND FUTURE PROSPECTS

FREEDOM OF SPEECH AND SOCIAL NETWORKING SITES: RIGHTS, RESTRICTIONS AND FUTURE PROSPECTS Mohd Fahed, Student, B.A. LL. B, Faculty of Law, Jamia Millia Islamia. Download Manuscript ABSTRACT The use of social media sites like Facebook, WhatsApp, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube, and others to read and share news and information has increased due to advancements in technology.

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HARMONIZING DIVERSITY: THE QUEST FOR A UNIFORM CIVIL CODE

HARMONIZING DIVERSITY: THE QUEST FOR A UNIFORM CIVIL CODE Indisha Sachan, Law student at Amity Law School, Lucknow. Download Manuscript ABSTRACT In a world characterized by diverse cultures, religions, and traditions, the challenge of harmonizing diversity becomes paramount for fostering social cohesion and ensuring equal rights and justice for all. India is a country of

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LEGALITY OF EUTHANASIA IN INDIA: RIGHT TO DIE WITH DIGNITY

LEGALITY OF EUTHANASIA IN INDIA: RIGHT TO DIE WITH DIGNITY Jhalak Singhal, 9th Semester Law student at UPES (Dehrapdun) Download Manuscript ABSTRACT Anyone who has ever been born will eventually pass away because death is an inevitability. One of the moral issues that has received the most attention, recently is the concept of Euthanasia or

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ANALYSIS ON MECHANISM OF CORPORATE GOVERNANCES IN INDIA

ANALYSIS ON MECHANISM OF CORPORATE GOVERNANCES IN INDIA Rangai Motale, Narsee Monje Institute of Management Studies, School of Law. B.A.LLB (Hons.) 4th Year Download Manuscript ABSTRACT The purpose of this article is to look at the situation of corporate governance (CG) it measures corporate performances and the role of management. It plays a crucial part

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VICTIMS PLIGHT: NEED FOR GROWTH OF VICTIMOLOGY IN INDIA

VICTIMS PLIGHT: NEED FOR GROWTH OF VICTIMOLOGY IN INDIA Anirudh Singh, Student at jamia millia islamia university Download Manuscript ABSTRACT The paper deals with the concept of victimology and discusses it in detail with the help of decided case laws both in abroad and in India. Victimology means “the scientific study of crime victims including

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A STROLL THROUGH THE STATE OF DIGITAL PRIVACY IN INDIA

A STROLL THROUGH THE STATE OF DIGITAL PRIVACY IN INDIA Kritik. Kumar Jain, 4th YEAR STUDENT OF BBA.LLB(Hons.) At LAW COLLEGE DEHRADUN, UTTARANCHAL UNIVERSITY. Tushar Ahuja, 4th YEAR STUDENT OF BBA.LLB(Hons.) At LAW COLLEGE DEHRADUN, UTTARANCHAL UNIVERSITY. Download Manuscript ABSTRACT Since the onset of the internet age, an infamous Data Entrepreneur, Clive Humby, proclaimed that

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DOMESTIC VIOLENCE: THE GAP BETWEEN STATISTICS AND REALITY

DOMESTIC VIOLENCE: THE GAP BETWEEN STATISTICS AND REALITY Jaeeta Biswas, Student at Techno India University, West Bengal. Download Manuscript ABSTRACT Domestic violence, also known as intimate partner violence, continues to be a major problem in the world, having a negative impact on victims physical and emotional health. Even though many people view their homes as

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UNRAVELLING THE EMERGENCE OF RIGHT TO BE FORGOTTEN IN INDIA

UNRAVELLING THE EMERGENCE OF RIGHT TO BE FORGOTTEN IN INDIA Gargee Yadav, Law student at Amity University, Lucknow. Download Manuscript ABSTRACT The right to be forgotten is a concept that has emerged as a consequence of the befitting challenges posed by the perpetual availability of personal information on digital platforms. With the evolution of technology

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EVALUATING THE BEST EVIDENCE RULE: A COMPREHENSIVE ANALYSIS OF ITS APPLICATION IN THE JUDICIAL SYSTEM

EVALUATING THE BEST EVIDENCE RULE: A COMPREHENSIVE ANALYSIS OF ITS APPLICATION IN THE JUDICIAL SYSTEM Pranshutosh Kumar, 3rd Year, BA LL.B , University of Petroleum and energy Studies. Download Manuscript ABSTRACT The obstacles faced by manual document copying throughout the 16th century gave rise to the best evidence rule, a fundamental rule in legal procedures.

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