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Volume 01 Issue 02
|S.No.||Title of the Manuscript||Author(s)||Link|
|01||Law and Human Rights – A Cardinal Parallel Relation||Shivaansh Singh and Bhumani Tyagi||Read|
|02||Declining State of Indian Prisons for Female Convicts – Critical analysis with the increasing number of female prisoners||Rupal Shrimal||Read|
|03||Corporal Punishment in India||Tushar Singh Samota||Read|
|04||Has ADR become a form of privatized justice?||Pratyaksha Devanshi||Read|
|05||Application of Strict Rule to Tax Statute||Aanchal Srivastava||Read|
|06||Dissolution of Marriage under Muslim Law||Adila Jaleel||Read|
|07||Piracy in International Law||Sudhanshu Tuti||Read|
|08||Principles of Strict & Absolute Liabilities of Corporates – Case Studies||Purti Srivastava and K. Aishwarya||Read|
|09||Maintenance of Senior Citizens and Parents||Asst. Prof. Pooja Rani||Read|
|10||The Gender Biased Laws in India and the Uniform Civil Code||Jitasha Bahl||Read|
|11||Case Comment – State of U.P. v. Roshan Singh & Ors.||Yajush Tripathi||Read|
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