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|S.No.||Title of the Manuscript||Author(s)||Link|
|01||Women’s Rights in Labour Law||Shravani Gupta||Read|
|02||Right to be Forgotten – A Critical Analysis||Shejal Sharma and Sahil Khan||Read|
|03||The Right to Freedom of Speech and Expression – A Critical Analysis of Article 19(1)(a)||Sneha Gupta||Read|
|04||Transformative Constitutionalism – Examining the robust role of the Judiciary in recent times||Aditya Mehrotra||Read|
|05||Role of Free Press in a Democracy||Radharaman Rajoriya||Read|
|06||The Myth of Consent in Marriage||Md. Tauseef Alam and Abhinav Rajawat||Read|
|07||Understanding Digital Privacy through Intellectual Property and the Future Outlook||Kanak Purohit||Read|
|08||Monopoly or No Monopoly – The Conflict between Competition Law and IP Law||Harshitha Sharda||Read|
|09||Uniform Civil Code in India – Is there a need for it?||Alina Naaz||Read|
|10||The Study on India Patent Pooling and Competition Laws Interface||Mrinal Kumar||Read|
|11||Do non-commercial disputes fall under the jurisdiction of commercial courts?||Chaitanya Thakur||Read|
|12||The situation of Marriage and Live-In Relationship in India in the 21st Century – Analysing the Legitimacy of a Child Born out of a Live-In Relationship||Rohit Kumar Soni||Read|
|13||The Conduct of Public Official – A Critical Examination under the Regime for Governance established by the Constitution of India||Ashok Kumar Singh||Read|
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