VICTIM NATION’S SOVEREIGN RIGHTS IN CYBERSPACE: ANEEZA BISHNOI

ISSN: 2581-8465 Author: Ms. Aneeza Bishnoi, phd scholar, University of Delhi. VICTIM NATION’S SOVERIGN RIGHTS IN CYBER SPACE Abstract: This Article deals with the contemporary subject of when a state can conjure persuasive measures in the internet against non-state on-screen characters. To address this issue, this Article talks about the present dangers to states that Read More …

BASIC STRUCTURE OF THE CONSTITUTION: NAVNEET

ISSN : 2581-8465 Mr. Navnnet Sangwan, Assistant Professor, SRM University BASIC STRUCTURE OF THE CONSTITUTION Introduction Doctrine of basic structure is no place communicated or referenced in the constitution of India J. Khanna gave that the power in Article 368 of ‘correct’ isn’t of nature of discretionary yet constrained. Verbatim of Article 368 is that Read More …

ARTICLE: PART OF THE CONSTITUTION OF INDIA: DEEPSHIKHA.

ISSN: 2581-8465 Author: Ms. Deepsikha, Research Scholar Article 35A: Part of the Constitution of India An extensive number of political and barrier examiners quality instability in Jammu and Kashmir (J&K) to India’s failure to completely coordinate the state into the Union. The difficulties towards such incorporation have authentic roots, dating to the conditions under which the state, Read More …

THE CURSE RELATED TO DOWRY LAWS – A CRITICAL ANALYSIS OF VIOLATION OF CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHTS OF MARRIED MAN vis-a-vis SOLUTIONS – Rahul Tiwari and Abhishek Pandey

ISSN : 2581-8465 Author: Rahul Tiwari Co-Author : Abhishek Pandey Bharati Vidyapeeth, Pune TABLE OF CONTENT Research Methodology Abbreviations Abstract Introduction Laws for Dowry Social Atrocities for Man Mental Cruelty, Loss of Reputation, Fair Trial and Job Role of Society and Judiciary Role of Society  Role of Judiciary in Respect to Prevent the Misuse of Read More …

Marital Rape: unaccounted, unheard and unspoken-Akshay Shrivastava.

ISSN : 2581-8465 Author : Akshay Shrivastava 2nd  Year, B.Com LL.B(Hons.) Gujarat National Law University, Gandhinagar.  Abstract: India being a developing country has been working tenaciously on the path to eradicate various social evils, but it has failed to address a pandemic issue of marital rape. Marital rape can be defined as forceful intercourse or Read More …

POLITICAL FUNDING: ISSUES AND CHALLENGES: NAMITA JAIN

ISSN: 2581-8465 Author: Ms. Namita Jain, Head of Department – Law, JECRC University POLITICAL FUNDING: ISSUES AND CHALLENGES Abstract: The issue of political funding in India has been a major source of corruption. After the Supreme Court’s judgment of 2002, there was a drastic change in the outlook and practice of receiving funds by political parties, Read More …

MAJORITY SHAREHOLDERS BUYING OUT BY MINORITY SHAREHOLDING: AN ANALYTICAL STUDY IN REFERENCE TO COMPANIES ACT, 2013 : MD. IMRAN AHMAD

ISSN: 2581-8465 Author: Md Imran Ahmad, Jamia Millia Islamia MAJORITY SHAREHOLDERS BUYING OUT BY MINORITY SHAREHOLDING: AN ANALYTICAL STUDY  IN REFERENCE TO COMPANIES ACT, 2013 Introduction The idea and the act of squeezing out minority shareholders have always existed in the corporate framework, however, there was no provision into the state of Companies Act, 1956. Read More …