Volume 1 Issue 1

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Authored by:

Neha Datta

LL.M Student

Amity Law School

Noida, U.P. 201301 

Email ID: Nehadatta055@gmail.com

 

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Co-Authored by:

Karthik Raj Ganeshan

LL.M Student

Amity Law School

Noida, U.P. 201301 

Email ID: Karthi1196@gmail.com

 

THE BEST PRACTICE(S)

DURING

THE TIME OF COVID-19

In all human beings, mental health plays a very important role that the government has not taken on because, in our opinion, mental health is not so important in India. After the sudden announcement of lockdown by the government, everyone has been quarantined for a long period of time which has increased the level of loneliness, depression, sleep deprivation, etc. Mental health is as important as physical health as it boosts the will to recover and stay healthy.

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Authored by:

Akshara Ajit Kurup

B.A. LL.B Student

School of Law, Presidency University, Bangalore

Email ID: Mailakshara98@gmail.com

 

THE SCOPE OF MODERN MEANS

AND

METHODS OF WARFARE

UNDER INTERNATIONAL HUMANITARIAN LAW

With advancements in technology in the 21st century that have changed the manner in which armed conflicts have been carried out, it is necessary to review the essence of the principles of International Humanitarian Law that regulate the permissible means and methods of warfare and how the modern  scope of such means and methods of warfare have added new complexities in the determination of key aspects like armed conflict, the intensity of force used, whether there exists...
 

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Authored by:

YASHWANTH A S

CHFI; CEH

Contact: +91-9591546911

Email ID: as.yashwanth@gmail.com

 

CYBER CRIME(S)

AND

CYBER SECURITY: 

A DETAILED ANALYSIS 

In India each and every minute one person becomes an internet user. Its convergence with digitally supported platforms and gadgets, safeguarding the oldsters moreover as students from the cybercrimes is becoming a challenging task. Additionally, the pinching reality is that the web users aren't getting updated on the vulnerable cyber threats and security issues, at the pace they're getting updated with the usage of internet enabled tools and apps....
 

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Authored by:

Diksha Khobragade

Student B.A.LL.B(H), 4th year

NLU, Maharashtra, Nagpur

Dikshamk86@gmail.com 

SOCIAL IMPACT OF WELFARE POLICY

IN

RURAL SOCIETY 

The turns of events and changes in the public activity have prompted change in the social needs. Along these lines, issues and their answers additionally change. The mechanical insurgency which acknowledged in the eighteenth century had some significant effects on the financial life as well as on social structure. It was intended to tackle social issues and guarantee success through social approaches, which is a multidisciplinary field, and therefore, the idea of government assistance state rose...
 

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Authored by:

Drishty Grover

Co-founding Partner at D.H. Associates

Drishty.legal@gmail.com 

WHAT MAKES JUSTICE

MOVE AT

SNAIL'S PACE IN INDIA?

One of the most unfortunate aspect of the Indian judicial system is that the petitioner is always at the receiving end. Justice eludes him and in a number of cases it dies with him. Many a time he gets it so late that it becomes almost irrelevant for him. The inordinate delay in justice amounts to almost denial of justice and inadvertently makes the petitioner lose faith in the judicial process and the functions of judiciary. Also it is a severe blow to the credibility of Indian judicial system...
 

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Authored by:

Devvrat Raghav

Legal Associate at Unilegal Solutions

Advocatedevvratraghav@gmail.com 

VICTIMOLOGY

IN THE PENAL JUSTICE SYSTEM

The term victim in general parlance refers to all those who experience injury, loss or hardship due to any cause and one of such causes maybe crime. Therefore, victimology may be defined as a study of people who experience injury or hardship due to any cause. It involves study of victim characteristics and maybe called victim profiling ‘. Victimology recognises two types of victims: first type consists of direct victims i.e. those who are alive and suffering..... 

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Authored by:

Meenakshi Popli

Practicing Advocate at DRT; and DRAT

Meenaxi11popli@gmail.com 

A CRITICAL STUDY

ON

LEGALITY OF POLYGRAPHY TEST

In History, human beings have been interested in techniques and devices that can find lies out of truths. Most of the times, these methods involved interviews and interrogations to try and see through manipulation and disclose what a liar would not readily admit. Lie Detection tests is the modern scientific technologies are helpful in the interrogation, prominently Polygraph Test, which rely on the physiological and psychological variations and related responses.... 

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Authored by:

Akash Tomar

Associate Advocate at DKC & CO.

Advocateakashtomar@gmail.com 

AN ANALYTIC STUDY ON INJUNCTIONS

Injunctions is an integral part of civil litigation. Injunction(s) is defined as a prohibitive order issued by the court. It is also defined as a legal or equitable remedy in the form of a court’s special order compelling a party to do certain act(s) or refraining from an act(s). There are two kinds of injunctions defined categorically under the Specific Relief Act, 1963: Temporary Injunction; and Permanent Injunction....

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Authored by:

Alisha Sharma

LL.M Student VIPS (GGSIP University)

Alishasharm1011@gmail.com 

WTO CASE: SOLAR PANEL CASE 

BETWEEN INDIA and THE USA

The Solar Panels dispute between the US and India before the WTO made huge waves at a time when India had gone from having virtually no solar capacity to boasting of being one of the world’s fastest growing solar industries. On the heels of the recent global summit in Paris to tackle climate disruption, the WTO has ruled against an important piece of the climate solution puzzle: India’s ambitious program to create home-grown solar energy......

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Authored by:

Swati Sharma

Research Scholar

Swatisharmatripathi01@gmail.com 

NATIONAL EDUCATION POLICY 2020: EVOLUTION AND RE-STRUCTURING OF PUBLIC POLICY ON EDUCATION

Several trends at the global level are shaping the policies of respective countries to bring developmental changes in their national set-up whereas in India public policy is in a state of flux. One of the major reasons behind this is the backwardness of education system as education policy is the mother of all other public policies. Our education system is facing tricky challenges both its aims and the structures of them must be rethought from the roots......