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VOLUME 31

  1. A COMPARATIVE REFLECTION ON THE PRODUCT LIABILITY LAWS IN INDIA WITH THE RISE OF AUTONOMOUS VEHICLES
    By Kavya Krishnaswamy
    From Jindal Global Law School
    DOI: https://doi-ds.org/doilink/09.2022-96357882/supremoamicus/v31/2022/01
  2. LEGAL REGIME AND CONCERN IN INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS: A CRITICAL ANALYSIS
    By Disha Singh
    Designation: Advocate
    LLM from CT University.

    DOI: https://doi-ds.org/doilink/09.2022-72959258/supremoamicus/v31/2022/02
  3. DELAY IN LODGING FIR AND ITS IMPACT ON TRIAL: A CRITICAL STUDY
    By Sai Sindhura Kongara
    From Presidency University, Bengaluru
    DOI: https://doi-ds.org/doilink/09.2022-66477126/supremoamicus/v31/2022/03
  4. CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY: AN ANALYSIS ON PUBLIC AND PRIVATE ENTERPRISES IN INDIA
    By Erneil R. Chyne
    DOI: https://doi-ds.org/doilink/09.2022-13548119/supremoamicus/v31/2022/04
  5. DISCLOSURE OF INGREDIENTS USED IN DRUGS, COSMETICS AND MEDICAL PRODUCTS WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO SANITARY NAPKINS
    By Meenatchi Priyatharshini R & Pavithran S
    From School of Excellence in Law, Tamil Nadu Dr. Ambedkar Law University, Chennai
    DOI: https://doi-ds.org/doilink/09.2022-87451945/supremoamicus/v31/2022/05
  6. SPECIFIC PERFORMANCE OF CONTRACT
    By Vidushi Rastogi
    From NMIMS KIRIT P MEHTA SCHOOL OF LAW MUMBAI
    DOI: https://doi-ds.org/doilink/09.2022-13184538/supremoamicus/v31/2022/06
  7. HISTORICAL AND CONTEMPERORARY ANALYSIS OF SEDITION IN INDIA
    By Shankar Suwan Kaushal
    From National Law University Odisha
    DOI: https://doi-ds.org/doilink/09.2022-14493143/supremoamicus/v31/2022/07
  8. DOCTRINE OF ULTRA VIRES: APPLICATION IN ADMINISTRATIVE LAW
    By Oishiki Bansal & Medha Singh
    From Symbiosis Law School, Noida
    DOI: https://doi-ds.org/doilink/09.2022-99137174/supremoamicus/v31/2022/08
  9. REVISITING THE QUESTION OF DILUTION AS TRADEMARK INFRINGEMENT THROUGH A COMPARATIVE LAW LENS (INDIA, USA, UK AND EU)
    By Arusmita Acharya
    Designation: Advocate, Intellectual Property Associate, Agnihotri & Jha Associates, Mumbai
    DOI: https://doi-ds.org/doilink/09.2022-58927841/supremoamicus/v31/2022/09
  10. CASE COMMENT ON NAZ FOUNDATION VERSUS GOVERNMENT OF NCT OF DELHI, 2009
    By Nandini Arora and Aindri Saha
    From Christ(Deemed to be University) Lavasa, Pune
    DOI: https://doi-ds.org/doilink/09.2022-19866657/supremoamicus/v31/2022/10
  11. A STUDY ON INCREASING TRENDS OF PSYCHEDELIC TOURISM AND ITS LEGAL ISSUES IN DARK WEB OF INDIA WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO CHENNAI.
    By ABIRAMI. S And MANGAIYARKARASI.S
    From Saveetha School Of Law, Saveetha Institute Of Medical And Technical Sciences Chennai
    DOI: https://doi-ds.org/doilink/10.2022-29583523/supremoamicus/v31/2022/11
  12. DIRECTIVE PRINCIPLES AND JUDICIAL LAW MAKING IN THE INDIAN CONSTITUTION
    By Rajarshi Deb
    From Kalinga Institute of Industrial Technology (KIIT) Deemed to be University, Bhubaneswar.
    DOI: https://doi-ds.org/doilink/10.2022-19144629/supremoamicus/v31/2022/12
  13. STATE AND RELIGION IN INDIA: DRAWING THE LINE
    By Prachi Oza
    LL.M. from Nirma University
    DOI: https://doi-ds.org/doilink/10.2022-66269731/supremoamicus/v31/2022/13
  14. LEGALISING CANNABIS IN INDIA: AN ECONOMIC AND LEGAL PERSPECTIVE
    By Jagmeet Kaur Sohal
    From NMIMS Sarla Anil Modi School of economics
    DOI: https://doi-ds.org/doilink/10.2022-87373635/supremoamicus/v31/2022/14
  15. SCOPE OF JUDICIAL INTERVENTION IN COMPETITION LAW VIOLATIONS IN INDIA
    By Dr Raj Kumar
    BA-LL.B(FYIC), MBA (Finance), LL.M (Business Laws), Company Secretary (Professional), Ph.D (Competition Law), Assistant Professor, Department of Law, University of Jammu, Jammu & Kashmir, India
    By Amit Kumar Kashyap
    Head, Centre for Corporate law Studies, Asst Prof of Law, Institute of Law, Nirma University, Ahmedabad.
    DOI: https://doi-ds.org/doilink/10.2022-32755475/supremoamicus/v31/2022/15
  16. SEDITION UNDER IPC AND ITS CONSTITUTIONAL VALIDITY
    By Panya Sethi
    From Symbiosis Law School, NOIDA
    DOI: https://doi-ds.org/doilink/10.2022-74133858/supremoamicus/v30/2022/16
  17. COMMUNICATION IN CONTRACT LAW
    By Pari Arora
    From School Of Law, NMIMS
    DOI: https://doi-ds.org/doilink/10.2022-93942484/supremoamicus/v31/2022/17
  18. PLEA BARGAINING IN INDIA- A BARGAIN BESIDES THE BENCH
    By Archie Garg
    From Symbiosis Law School, Pune
    DOI: https://doi-ds.org/doilink/10.2022-68533613/supremoamicus/v31/2022/18
  19. INSIDER TRADING : THE ROLE OF AI AS A PREVENTION TOOL
    By Vishnurath Varma
    From JIS University, Agarpara
    By Somdatta Mukherjee
    Asst. Professor of JIS University, Agarpara
    DOI: https://doi-ds.org/doilink/11.2022-55289967/supremoamicus/v31/2022/19
  20. A CRITICAL ANALYSIS OF DRUG TRAFFICKING IN ORGANIZED CRIME RELATED TO LAW AND ILLICIT TRAFFICKING
    By Manali Kumari
    From Sardar Patel University of Police, Security and Criminal Justice, Jodhpur
    DOI: https://doi-ds.org/doilink/11.2022-22848486/supremoamicus/v31/2022/20
  21. IN ACCORDANCE WITH INTERNATIONAL MARITIME LAWS, SHOULD MARITIME POLICING ACTIVITIES BE PRIVATIZED?
    By Deeksha Kathayat
    PHD Scholar at Rashtriya Raksha University
    DOI: https://doi-ds.org/doilink/11.2022-47934342/supremoamicus/v31/2022/21
  22. CAN INDIA CLAIM MADAGASCAR ISLAND?
    By Deeksha Kathayat
    PHD Scholar at Rashtriya Raksha University
    DOI: https://doi-ds.org/doilink/11.2022-84951336/supremoamicus/v31/2022/22
  23. X VERSUS THE PRINCIPAL SECRETARY, HEALTH AND FAMILY WELFARE DEPARTMENT, GOVT. OF NCT OF DELHI & ANR
    By Rashmi Singh & Shreya Singh
    From Shambhunath Institute of Law, Prayagraj
    DOI: https://doi-ds.org/doilink/11.2022-95117479/supremoamicus/v31/2022/23
  24. ENFORCEMENT ROLE OF INDIA AS A COASTAL STATE UNDER LAW OF SEA CONVENTION
    By Deeksha Kathayat
    PHD Scholar at Rashtriya Raksha University
    DOI: https://doi-ds.org/doilink/11.2022-93523314/supremoamicus/v31/2022/24
  25. INTERNATIONAL MARITIME ORGANIZATION AND CYBER RISK MANAGEMENT FRAMEWORK
    By Deeksha Kathayat
    PHD Scholar at Rashtriya Raksha University
    DOI: https://doi-ds.org/doilink/12.2022-61557594/supremoamicus/v31/2022/25
  26. “HUMAN TRAFFICKING IN 21ST CENTURY”
    By Khushi Khandelwal
    From Christ (Deemed to be University) Pune, Lavasa Campus
    DOI:
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