Volume 1 Issue 2


Authored by:

Mili Kanoujiya

Student B.A. LL.B. (Hons.) Vth Year

Law College Dehradun

Email ID: Milikanoujiya@gmail.com


The Need of Cyber-Security for Women and Girls

The expeditious progress in mobile apps and web innovation has given rise to severe risk to the privacy and security of individuals. No one is safe in the cyber-world but most often the females become the victim of the viciousness of the cyber world. The development in the internet facilities has extended the scope of interference.... 


Authored by:

Aryan Pujari

Student B.A. LL.B.

Amity Law School, Raipur

Email ID: Aryanpujari122@gmail.com


Grounds of Divorce in India Vis-a-vis USA - A Comparative Study

(With Special reference to the Hindu Marriage Act, 1955)

Matrimonial issues are prevalent in today’s world. The USA is one of the most criticized countries with its rising divorce rates, on the other hand India has earned the fame of being one of the least divorces rated countries. This paper aims to put forth a comparative study of grounds of divorce in India and the USA.


Authored by:

Vaakshi Pillai

Student B.C.A. LL.B., LL.M

Christ (Deemed to be University) Bangalore

Email ID: Vaakshi16@gmail.com


An Analysis of Bid Rigging in India with Reference to U.K, USA and EU

The Competition Act, 2002, helps in improvising, fostering modern competition laws. It protects anti-competitive agreements in India, which are practiced by different enterprises. The Competition Act's main objective is to prohibit anti-competitive agreements, abuse of dominant position by enterprises, and regulation in mergers, amalgamations, acquisitions, etc.


Authored by:

Amit Kumar

Student B.A. LL.B.

Contact No.: +91-7838827**

Email ID: Cachme.amit@gmail.com


Ramanand & Ors. Vs Dr.Girish Soni & Anr. (CM Appeal No.: 10848 of 2020) A CASE STUDY

The COVID-19 Pandemic has been an event: inevitable and unforeseeable, that has led to several legal difficulties such as non-payment of rent, incomplete transfer of property, etc. Ramanand and Ors v Dr Girish Soni and Anor, is one of the landmark cases which discusses the issue of whether or not the tenants can seek relaxation in rent payment or suspension of rent or waiver from the payment of rent....


Authored by:

Kirthana Carmel

LLM Student (Intellectual Property Rights and International Trade Law) from Christ University

Contact No.: +91-8105803***

Email ID: Kirthana.carmel@christuniversity.in


A Critical Analysis of India's Position on the Territoriality Rule of Trademark in a World Without Borders

The 21st century has witnessed significant advancements in the field of trade and commerce, which has accelerated the process of market integration and economic globalization. In such scenarios it becomes imperative to ensure adequate Intellectual Property protection to the transacting nations. Owing to the dynamic nature of laws there arises the need to rethink and reanalyse already existing laws, both....

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Authored by:

Yashika Kuntela


Contact No.: +91-9911356***

Email ID: Yashikakuntela2198@gmail.com


JIO - A Study of its 'Alleged' Dominance and the impact on Telecommunication Market

The telecom industry of India is the world's second largest market in terms of voice and internet subscribers. This market being oligopoly is dominated by few players namely Airtel, Idea and Vodafone. However, the entire marketing ecosystem faced disruption with the introduction of new competitors. The one company that has transformed the entire telecom market within a few years of its incorporation 


Authored by:

Nandhini Priya S P

2nd Year LLM Student TNDALU

Contact No.: +91-637449***

Email ID: Babl2014nandhini@gmail.com


Review of Reservation System in India - A Step Towards Converging With The Concept of Equality 

The concept of equality enshrined in the Indian Constitution literally means that each and every person is subjected to the ordinary law of the land and no person is above the law i.e., equals should be treated equally and the like should be treated alike. It does not mean that all laws must be general in character. It does not mean that the same laws should apply to all persons and that every law must have universal application for, all persons are not, by nature, attainment or circumstances in the same position....


Authored by:

Sarim Hussain

Lawyer at Prayagraj

Contact No.: +91-9650645389

Email ID: Srmhusain@gmail.com


Data Protection Legislation for Outsourcing Enterprises: A Study

Data protection relates to safety issues dealing with the collection, storage, and use of data provided by internet users. Data privacy talks about the personal and limited sharing of personal information. Outsourcing refers to the act of two companies, wherein they come into an agreement for one company to outsource its activities or business processes to the second company; financial benefits being the main reason behind this concept. 


Authored by:

Anshdha Sharma

Student: Amity Law School, Noida

Contact No.: +91-956018***

Email ID: Anshdhasharma12@gmail.com



Co-Authored by:

Mehak Ahuja

Student: Amity Law School, Noida

Contact No.: +91-999930***

Email ID: Mehakahuja1997@gmail.com


Critical Analysis


Criminalisation of Seafarers

In the past many years it has been seen that crew, master, or any maritime professional faces criminal charges due to an unfortunate accident. This accident may involve a vessel, which caused damage to the port or territorial waters of a country, environment or damage to person or property. This is called the criminalization of the seafarers. Most of the time when a charge is brought against the captain of the ship which caused ....

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Authored by:

Esha Rathi

Student BBA LL.B. (2019-24)

Jindal Global Law School

Contact No.: +91-77180999**

Email ID: 19jgls-esha.r@jgu.edu.in


Haridwar Singh


Bagun Sambrui: Beyond the Verdict

Haridwar Singh v. Bagun Sumbrui 1 was heard in the Supreme Court of India by Hon’ble Judges, Justice K.K. Matthew, and Justice K.S. Hedge. The central paradigm of the affair in concern is underpinned by the fundamental issue that questions whether the Government in any way was contractually bound to the appellant, which stationed them to have breached a promise that they were obliged to maintain...