LIJDLR

Volume II Issue I

INCLUSIVE JUSTICE: A CRITICAL ANALYSIS OF GENDER-NEUTRAL RAPE LAWS IN INDIA

INCLUSIVE JUSTICE: A CRITICAL ANALYSIS OF GENDER-NEUTRAL RAPE LAWS IN INDIA Srishti Murali, BBA LL.B (Hons.), School of Law, CHRIST (Deemed to be University), Bangalore Nrupalaa Kumar, B BA LL.B (Hons.), School of Law, CHRIST (Deemed to be University), Bangalore Download Manuscript ABSTRACT This paper critically analyses the need for implementing a gender-neutral rape provision

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JURISDICTIONAL IMMUNITY

JURISDICTIONAL IMMUNITY Vinita Kumari, student of LL.M., Chanakya National Law University, Patna Download Manuscript ABSTRACT Jurisdictional immunity, a crucial concept in private international law, determines how much a state or its representatives can be held accountable by foreign tribunals. This concept is crucial in contemporary legal systems due to increased international trade, national interdependence, and

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STATUS OF UNBORN CHILD : A JURISPRUDENTIAL ANALYSIS

STATUS OF UNBORN CHILD : A JURISPRUDENTIAL ANALYSIS Viraj Kumar, Third Year B.B.A LL.B.(H.) Student, Chanakya National Law University ABSTRACT Download Manuscript In delving into the subject of the “Status of Unborn Child” we shall attempt to unravel the complex legal dimensions surrounding the rights and standing of unborn children in the current world, in

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CORPORATE GOVERNANCE PRACTICES IN INDIA: A THEORETICAL ASPECT

CORPORATE GOVERNANCE PRACTICES IN INDIA: A THEORETICAL ASPECT Harshit Chowdhary,Student, XIM University, Bhubaneswar Download Manuscript ABSTRACT In this article, the author endeavours to delve into the evolution of corporate governance in India post the enactment of the Companies Act of 2013. This critical legislation introduced several key provisions aimed at strengthening transparency, accountability, and fairness

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SAFEGUARDING FEMALE WORKFORCE: CONCERNS LAWS PROTECTION & MEASURES

SAFEGUARDING FEMALE WORKFORCE: CONCERNS LAWS PROTECTION & MEASURES Kashish Agarwal, STUDENT, BBA LLB/ 3RD YEAR/ 6 SEM. Mohit Shah, STUDENT, BCOM/LLB/ 3YEAR/ 6 SEMESTER. Download Manuscript ABSTRACT Maintaining fundamental human rights and guaranteeing gender equality requires protecting women who work in the workforce. An overview of the issues, regulations, and safeguards relating to women working

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EXPLORING INDIA’S CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHT TO EQUALITY

EXPLORING INDIA’S CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHT TO EQUALITY Khushnoor Kaur, Student, Amity Law School, Amity University Rajasthan Download Manuscript ABSTRACT The Indian Constitution’s protection of the right to equality has played a crucial and revolutionary role in establishing the country’s legal and socioeconomic framework. The article examines the emergence and development of the right to equality throughout

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A STUDY ON CONSUMER AWARENESS WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO GOA

A STUDY ON CONSUMER AWARENESS WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO GOA Jonus Issac D’souza, BA LL. B, FIFTH YEAR, V.M. SALGAOCAR COLLEGE OF LAW MIRAMAR PANAJI GOA Download Manuscript ABSTRACT From the Barter system where needs were met through the exchange of goods without the involvement of money in the 18th century to the present era

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CYBERSECURITY AND DIGITAL FORENSICS: LEGAL ASPECTS OF INVESTIGATING CYBERCRIMES

CYBERSECURITY AND DIGITAL FORENSICS: LEGAL ASPECTS OF INVESTIGATING CYBERCRIMES Muskan Jaiswal, BBA LLB 3rd Year Student, New Law College, Bharati Vidyapeeth (Deemed to be University), Pune Download Manuscript ABSTRACT The rapid development of cyberspace has resulted in an increase in cybercrimes, posing substantial obstacles for global legal systems and law enforcement agencies. With a focus

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COMPULSORY LICENCING AND ACCESS TO MEDICINE

COMPULSORY LICENCING AND ACCESS TO MEDICINE Dr. Sonika Bhardwaj, Associate Professor, School Of Law, Christ (Deemed to be University) Bangalore. Aswathi Radhakrishnan, LLM IPL, School Of Law, Christ (Deemed to be University) Download Manuscript ABSTRACT At the time of the global pandemic, nations around the globe understood that a nation’s true development is based on

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