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GENDER NEUTRALITY WITHIN THE DIMENSIONS OF RAPE IN THE INDIAN LEGAL SYSTEM

GENDER NEUTRALITY WITHIN THE DIMENSIONS OF RAPE IN THE INDIAN LEGAL SYSTEM Tanya, Student at Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law, Punjab. Download Manuscript ABSTRACT Rape is the fourth most common crime committed by people in India. It is often considered that rape is committed by male towards the female and therefore it is unlikely […]

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MISMANAGEMENT OF DIGITAL DEAD BODY: EXPLORATION OF LEGAL ISSUES TO ADDRESS ECONOMIC EXPLOITATION AND HUMAN RIGHTS VIOLATION

MISMANAGEMENT OF DIGITAL DEAD BODY: EXPLORATION OF LEGAL ISSUES TO ADDRESS ECONOMIC EXPLOITATION AND HUMAN RIGHTS VIOLATION Mohammad Minhazur Rahman, Lecturer, Department of Law, State University of Bangladesh (SUB). Download Manuscript ABSTRACT Recent controversies concerning the digital remnants of the deceased and the ongoing debate for symbolic immortality that modern technology pose has already stimulated

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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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