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Volume 2 Issue 2

VOLUME 2 ISSUE 2

S.NO.PARTICULARSAUTHOR’S NAMERESEARCH PAPER
1.Preserving the traditional knowledge of India: is the current IP regime sufficient to curb the unauthorised exploitation of biodiversity and folklore?Neha Biswas *Research Paper
2.A battle of higher age of consent and sexual autonomyAnushka Gupta *Research Paper
3.Right to be forgotten: an analysis from the perspective of right to privacy and freedom of speech and expressionChandan Gowda
Patil *
Research Paper
4.Implication of technology on privacyAshutosh PareekResearch Paper
5.Intellectual property rights and commercialization of sports – scope, practice and advancementsAkash BatraResearch Paper
6.Analysis on the regulation of drones in IndiaShradha AgrawalResearch Paper
7.An evaluation of Human Rights standard in prisons of IndiaZainab FatmaResearch Paper
8.Media TrialIshaan SinglaResearch Paper
9.Cyber threats in maritime industrySaurabh Pramod PatilResearch Paper
10.Cybersquatting: comparative analysis of U.S. law and Indian lawShruti JajuResearch Paper
11.Human tissue ownership – legal and ethical dimensionsA.B. Abirami & V.C. AbishekResearch Paper
12.Secularism concerning religion- a threat by the judiciary?Adhikansh ParasharResearch Paper
13.A critical analysis on parliamentary privileges in India and CanadaTanvi Vidyadhar SheteResearch Paper
14.Evolution of right to privacy in IndiaHarshita SinghResearch Paper
15.The need for unification of personal laws in India- a uniform civil codeUtkarsh TyagiResearch Paper
16.Common but differentiated responsibility: the need for hour for climate changeDevarshi Malviya & Khushbu SoodResearch Paper
17.Nexus between privacy and Media Law: understanding its application to the freedom of pressSameera SinghalResearch Paper
18.Breaking News: Sub-Judice Trial V. Rights of the accusedSarthak Sharma & Aishwarya SethiResearch Paper
19.Privacy And Law: An Effort To Understand How Data Can Be Protected In Contemporary SocietyPurbita Das & Mridutpal BhattacharyyaResearch Paper
20.Custodial Torture In India: Analysis Of Current LegislationShivani Karmakar & Shivani PandaResearch Paper
21.US & Iran Conflict: One Missile And Multiple ConsequencesAditi Shubham & Rohit JainResearch Paper
22.Indian Constitution And Rights Of ChildRenji. T. Roy & Harikrishnan A. J.Research Paper
23.Age Of Criminal Responsibility In India: A Study On Error Of Measuring Juvenile OffencesKrati Sharma & Raunak LunawatResearch Paper
24.Mediation Regime In India.Ada ChandnaResearch Paper
25.Lacunae in legal framework for the ‘children of technology’ – a child rights perspectiveAshwin Bala SomeshwerarResearch Paper
26.Legal rights of transgender people in IndiaNiranjan Manna & Banashree GhosalResearch Paper
27.Cryptocurrency- Regulate or Ban?Swayam Siddha NandaResearch Paper
28.The dichotomy of the Linguistic Consociationalism in IndiaAshutosh Kumar SinghResearch Paper
* These research papers have been selected by the Legalpedia Journal® as meritorious research papers in the present issue.
PARTICULARSAUTHOR’S NAMERESEARCH PAPER
1. Preserving the traditional knowledge of India: is the current IP regime sufficient to curb the unauthorised exploitation of biodiversity and folklore?Neha Biswas *Research Paper
2. A battle of higher age of consent and sexual autonomyAnushka Gupta *Research Paper
3. Right to be forgotten: an analysis from the perspective of right to privacy and freedom of speech and expressionChandan Gowda
Patil *
Research Paper
4. Implication of technology on privacyAshutosh PareekResearch Paper
5. Intellectual property rights and commercialization of sports – scope, practice and advancementsAkash BatraResearch Paper
6. Analysis on the regulation of drones in IndiaShradha AgrawalResearch Paper
7. An evaluation of Human Rights standard in prisons of IndiaZainab FatmaResearch Paper
8. Media TrialIshaan SinglaResearch Paper
9. Cyber threats in maritime industrySaurabh Pramod PatilResearch Paper
10. Cybersquatting: comparative analysis of U.S. law and Indian lawShruti JajuResearch Paper
11. Human tissue ownership – legal and ethical dimensionsA.B. Abirami & V.C. AbishekResearch Paper
12. Secularism concerning religion- a threat by the judiciary?Adhikansh ParasharResearch Paper
13. A critical analysis on parliamentary privileges in India and CanadaTanvi Vidyadhar SheteResearch Paper
14. Evolution of right to privacy in IndiaHarshita SinghResearch Paper
15. The need for unification of personal laws in India- a uniform civil codeUtkarsh TyagiResearch Paper
16. Common but differentiated responsibility: the need for hour for climate changeDevarshi Malviya & Khushbu SoodResearch Paper
17. Nexus between privacy and Media Law: understanding its application to the freedom of pressSameera SinghalResearch Paper
18. Breaking News: Sub-Judice Trial V. Rights of the accusedSarthak Sharma & Aishwarya SethiResearch Paper
19. Privacy And Law: An Effort To Understand How Data Can Be Protected In Contemporary SocietyPurbita Das & Mridutpal BhattacharyyaResearch Paper
20. Custodial Torture In India: Analysis Of Current LegislationShivani Karmakar & Shivani PandaResearch Paper
21. US & Iran Conflict: One Missile And Multiple ConsequencesAditi Shubham & Rohit JainResearch Paper
22. Indian Constitution And Rights Of ChildRenji. T. Roy & Harikrishnan A. J.Research Paper
23. Age Of Criminal Responsibility In India: A Study On Error Of Measuring Juvenile OffencesKrati Sharma & Raunak LunawatResearch Paper
24. Mediation Regime In India.Ada ChandnaResearch Paper
25. Lacunae in legal framework for the ‘children of technology’ – a child rights perspectiveAshwin Bala SomeshwerarResearch Paper
26. Legal rights of transgender people in IndiaNiranjan Manna & Banashree GhosalResearch Paper
27. Cryptocurrency- Regulate or Ban?Swayam Siddha NandaResearch Paper
28. The dichotomy of the Linguistic Consociationalism in IndiaAshutosh Kumar SinghResearch Paper
* These research papers have been selected by the Legalpedia Journal® as meritorious research papers in the present issue.