CFP: ILSIJLM Volume 2 Issue 3, ISSN: 2582-3655 (Free Publication)

About : ILIJLM (Indian Legal Solution International Journal of Law and Management) is an e-journal having ISSN: 2582-3655 (A Unit of Raghvendra Kumar and Associates LLP,  Reg no. AAO-0844) The team is currently working in the field of Free Legal Assistance and for students providing the platform for law students to represent themselves. To provide students with Read more about CFP: ILSIJLM Volume 2 Issue 3, ISSN: 2582-3655 (Free Publication)[…]

Artificial Intelligence and Scientific Evidence – Critical analysis as to Facts and Folly: Suneel Kumar & Shreya Agrawal

Artificial Intelligence and Scientific Evidence: Critical analysis as to Facts and Folly Author: Suneel Kumar (Senior Assistant Professor)[1] Co-Author: Shreya Agrawal (Student  BBALLB  3rd  Year) ICFAI Law School, The ICFAI University, Dehradun. ISSN: 2582-3655  Abstract In this 21st century era, where the world is trapped in the clutches of the covid-19 pandemic, artificial intelligence becomes Read more about Artificial Intelligence and Scientific Evidence – Critical analysis as to Facts and Folly: Suneel Kumar & Shreya Agrawal[…]

Right to Privacy And Its Journey In Post Independent India: Nikhil Mathur

Right to Privacy And Its Journey In Post Independent India Author: Nikhil Mathur University of Delhi ISSN: 2582-3655  ABSTRACT Privacy is recognized as a right by almost entire countries explicitly under their constitution. However in India privacy was not explicitly recognized so the court in order to give a life to such an important right Read more about Right to Privacy And Its Journey In Post Independent India: Nikhil Mathur[…]

Kidnapping and Abduction: A Composite wrongdoing in the society and its aftermath: Taniya Roy

TOPIC: KIDNAPPING AND ABDUCTION: A COMPOSITE WRONGDOING IN THE SOCIETY AND ITS AFTERMATH. Author: Taniya Roy Amity Law School, Kolkata ISSN: 2582-3655 ABSTRACT Kidnapping and Abduction are offences under the Indian Penal Code, IPC which are meticulous in nature. It has become one of the most dangerous and traumatic threats especially to women living in Read more about Kidnapping and Abduction: A Composite wrongdoing in the society and its aftermath: Taniya Roy[…]

Arbitration as the science of dispute resolution and its scope post-2020: Balabavithra M & Sri Vasavi Devi S

ARBITRATION AS THE SCIENCE OF DISPUTE RESOLUTION AND ITS SCOPE POST-2020 Auhor: Balabavithra M [1]    Co-Author: Sri Vasavi Devi S [2] [1] School of Law, SASTRA Deemed to be University.  [2]School of Law, SASTRA Deemed to be University. ISSN: 2582-3655 Abstract: Arbitration is not just a mechanism to solve commercial disputes and problems with Read more about Arbitration as the science of dispute resolution and its scope post-2020: Balabavithra M & Sri Vasavi Devi S[…]

Critical Analysis on Misleading Advertisement and its Impact on the Consumer in India: Kotta Naga Anjaneya Chaitanya

Critical Analysis on Misleading Advertisement and its Impact on the Consumer in India Author: Kotta Naga Anjaneya Chaitanya ISSN: 2582-3655 Abstract: In the current society the media plays an important role, in selection of products, by the consumers. To encash the same, many of the manufacturers are investing more amount of their capital on advertisements. Read more about Critical Analysis on Misleading Advertisement and its Impact on the Consumer in India: Kotta Naga Anjaneya Chaitanya[…]

Witch hunt under the veil of superstition: Suparna Sarkara

Witch hunt under the veil of superstition Author: SUPARNA SARKAR Department of Law, University of North Bengal ISSN: 2582-3655  Introduction:- The concept of witch-hunting has its traces in past, may it is in any period of time any era. In ancient times, witchcraft or “demonology” was a practice sanctioned by Hindu scriptures, according to the Read more about Witch hunt under the veil of superstition: Suparna Sarkara[…]

Right to life vis-a-vis environmental protection IN India with special reference to the sustainable approach of the judiciary to the ecological crisis of dehing patkai rain forests in Assam: Dr. Matiur Rahman,

Right to life vis-a-vis environmental protection in India with special reference to the sustainable approach of the judiciary to the ecological crisis of dehing patkai rain forests in Assam. Author: Dr. Matiur Rahman, M.A., LL.M., Dip. Labour Laws, Ph.D. (Law) Assistant Professor of Law, University Law College, Gauhati University, Abstract :             The judicial interpretation Read more about Right to life vis-a-vis environmental protection IN India with special reference to the sustainable approach of the judiciary to the ecological crisis of dehing patkai rain forests in Assam: Dr. Matiur Rahman,[…]

Good governance and sustainable development under the Indian Constitution: Jayanta Boruah

GOOD GOVERNANCE AND SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT UNDER INDIAN CONSTITUTION Author: Jayanta Boruah Research ScholarFormer, Asist Prof of Law & Advocate ISSN: 2582-3655 ABSTRACT             Governance is a determining factor of development for every Nation. It is essential to have good governance for building up a prosperous Nation where the welfare of the citizens is given utmost Read more about Good governance and sustainable development under the Indian Constitution: Jayanta Boruah[…]

Sports Law in India: Aditya Aryan

Sports Law In India Author: Aditya Aryan ICFAI Law School, Dehradun ISSN: 2582-3655 Abstract: Sports have been an essential part of human life since the very beginning and a prominent component of overall human evolution and good health. In primitive times sports emerged as a major source of entertainment as a way of socially meeting Read more about Sports Law in India: Aditya Aryan[…]

Decrypting remedies for breach of contract under sale of goods act, 1930: Shelal Lodhi Rajput & Prabhav Sharma

DECRYPTING REMEDIES FOR BREACH OF CONTRACT UNDER SALE OF GOODS ACT, 1930 Author: Shelal Lodhi Rajput Symbiosis Law School, Pune Co-Author: Prabhav Sharma  NLIU, Bhopal. INTRODUCTON The law on the sale of goods in India was regulated by Chapter VII of the Indian Contract Act, 1872 (sections 76 to 123) until July 1930. Finally, it was Read more about Decrypting remedies for breach of contract under sale of goods act, 1930: Shelal Lodhi Rajput & Prabhav Sharma[…]