FOREST POLICY IN INDIA: RIGHTS FOR THE RIGHTFUL OWNERS

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Daravath Ramdas
High Court of Andhra Pradesh & Telangana


India owns approximately 10.4 million tribal land, which accounts for 8.6% of the total population and extends over 15% of its geographical area. Tribe has a very close relationship with the forest and their life and livelihood availability is in accordance with forest resources. The continuing effort for economic development and market pressure in the government has forced policy-makers to shift policy roles to large corporations. Since the colonial era forest policy has destroyed tribal rights on the forest and neglected their voices when making laws. In colonial times, legal and policy instruments transferred proper forest areas to the hands of the government from the hands of communities. Post-colonial law has given honor to the tribals but has not addressed human rights and livelihood issues of tribal people without any progress or development in law and administration in other areas such as land acquisition, development-induced displacement and political autonomy. . The government and our policy makers should not ignore the importance of the tribals and have the right to the latter by proper implementation of the law.


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HARDSHIP AS A GROUND FOR REFUSING TO GRANT SPECIFIC PERFORMANCE OF CONTRACT: IN LIGHT OF ADMINISTRATOR OF WAQFS AND ANOTHER VS. MST. SAHERA BEGUM CHOWDHURANI AND OTHERS

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Naila Sohrat Tasbiha
Department of Law, ASA University, Bangladesh


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Human Trafficking in India

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Raghav Bimal | Amity Law School, New Delhi
Rohan Aggarwal | Amity University Noida


This paper deals with various tenets of Human Trafficking, including its root causes, its gravity in India, the legal framework against human trafficking in India and various preventive measures with important Case Law.


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Mergers and Competition Law

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Siddharth Dhawan | Amity Law School, Delhi


With the evolution human kind, market had played a very important role. Due to the transformation and change in the society, structure of market had also changed. Nowadays with the increase in the market size, the competition in the market had also shown immense growth. Competition is healthy and beneficial for any market if practiced with bona fide intentions. Many competitors try to defeat the purpose of competition by indulging into mal practices like hoarding, black marketing, mergers etc. Mergers are generally made to remove the competition in the market and to promote the monopoly of sellers/traders. Through mergers, seller can control the price and supply of goods and services. To overcome such practices, Competition Act of 2002 came into force with various rules and regulation governing the Mergers and Combinations. This paper emphasizes on determining the true nature of combinations and mergers. The main object is to draw a relation between the Market and effect of mergers in it. It also highlights the credibility and efficiency of laws enacted under the Competition Act to curb the detrimental mergers.


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Composite Online Access | Volume 03, Number 03

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It is with great pride that we present to you the Penultimate Issue of the Third Volume of the World Journal on Juristic Polity. As was the case with the Inaugural Issue, this issue was exclusively screened to some of the Greatest Legal and Political Luminaries in India and the issue is being published after analyzing and incorporating their views and comments on the same. Following is a comprehensive list of Manuscripts and the links from where these could be accessed. We look forward to hearing from the Readers and Contributors alike on the successful publication of this issue.


Media Coverage & Crimes Against Women
Akshat Mehta & Lovejeet | Vivekananda Institute of Professional Studies, VIPS, New Delhi | Download Here


Corporate Lobbying- An Analytical Conclusion
Anuveeta Datta Chowdhury & Akanksha Saxena School of Law, University of Petroleum & Energy Studies, Dehradun | Download Here


Third Gender- A Constitutional Perspective
Gopika A. Aryad | Sree Narayana Guru College of Legal Studies, Kerala University | Download Here


Digital India in the Lap of Right to Speech- A Social media Revolution
Harendra Singh & Priyanka Kumari | School of Law, Galgotias University, Greater Noida | Download Here


An Analysis of the Investigation Ordered u/s. 156 (3) of Code of Criminal Procedure
Hussain Ali | National Law Institute University, Bhopal | Download Here


Tekraj Vasundi vs. Union of India
Jayant Jain | Symbiosis Law School, Hyderabad | Download Here


The use of Sedition Law as an oppressive tool
Diksha Arora & M. Ayush | School of Law, Christ College, Bengaluru | Download Here


Freedom of Speech and Expression, vis-a-vis Use of Mobile Phones and Internet in Public Domain
Paridhi Saxena | School of Law, University of Petroleum & Enenrgy Studies, Dehradun | Download Here


The Rise of the Drone: Opening a New Chapter in International Warfare
Sanjana Banerjee | National University of Advanced Legal Studies, Kochi | Download Here


Laws in Space – Legality of Space Debris and Space Wars
Saumyam Krishna & Anu Mittal | Symbiosis Law School, Noida | Download Here


Need for Favor of the Supreme Court for Rape Victims & Assaulted Women
Shubhangi Kulshrestha | ICFAI Law School, Dehradun | Download Here


Natural Justice, A Creed for Fairness
Shubhra Wadhawan | Jindal Global Law School, Sonepat | Download Here


Sovereignty of State in Modern International Law
Sonali Sachdeva | Ideal Institute of Management and Technology & School of Law, New Delhi | Download Here


All That is Uniform is Not Gold: UCC in Goa and India’s Predicament
Souradeep Mukhopadhyay | Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law, Punjab | Download Here


Judiciary and Statutory Interpretation- The Game of Power Dynamics
Srishti Agarwal | Jindal Global Law School, Sonepat | Download Here


An Analysis of Data Protection Laws in India
Syamantak Sen & Antra Sisodiya | National Law Institute University, Bhopal | Download Here


Environmental Degradation and Technology Development: Balancing the Socio-Legal Conundrum
Vratika Singh | ICFAI School of Law, Dehradun & Rajat Pratap Singh Bisht | JNV University, Jodhpur | Download Here


Constitutional Validity of the Provision of Adultery In The IPC: A Thorough Analysis of the Origin & History of Section 497 of the IPC
Muskan Srivastava & Saman Asif | School of Law, KIIT University, Bhubaneswar | Download Here


Constitutional Governance: Minority Rights and Communal Violence
Jaskiran Kaur | Amity Law School, Delhi | Download Here


Jurisprudence of Caste System and Reservation in India
Nivedhitha K | Alliance Law School, Alliance University, Bengaluru | Download Here


Right to Privacy and Digital Age in India
Vishal Karnani | ICFAI Law School, ICFAI University, Jaipur | Download Here


Farmer Suicides- The Intellectual Property Regime and the Menace of BT. Cotton
Patruni Srilakshmi | NALSAR University of Law, Hyderabad | Download Here


The Indian Goods & Services Tax
T.D. Sowmya | Sastra University, Tamil Nadu | Download Here


Evidence Tampering- Comparison amongst various Jurisdictions
Pundirkaksh Mitruka & Prince Kanav | Gujarat National Law University, Gandhinagar | Download Here


Jurisprudence Behind Penalizing Psychopathy While Exempting Insanity Under Criminal Law
Pratibha Laxmi | National University for Study and Research in Law, Ranchi | Download Here


The Doctrine of Presumption of Constitutionality in Interpretation of Statutes in India -Addressing the Repercussions by Tracing the Judicial Pronouncements
Shuwakitha Chandrasekaran | Tamil Nadu National Law School, Trichy | Download Here


Piercing the Corporate Veil in Matters of Taxation: The Search for Uniformity
Sumedha Kamra & Harshita Iyer | Jindal Global Law School, Haryana | Download Here


AFSPA: A Mockery of Human Rights
Waqar Ahmed & Md. Saqib Madani | Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh | Download Here


Role of Security Council in Climate Change: A South Asian Dilemma
Mafruza Sultana | South Asian University, Delhi | Download here


Negotiation as method of dispute resolution in international law with reference to pertinent refugee crisis
Kajori Bhatnagar | University Institute of Legal Studies, Punjab University | Download here


Attention to West and Action to East: An Examination of India’s change in foreign policy
Chetna Panwar | Gujarat National Law University, Gandhinagar | Download Here


Critical Analysis of AFSPA and its Consequences in the State of Nagaland
Aditya Verma | Symbiosis Law School, HyderabAD | Download Here


The Indian Constitution and Its Liberal Legal Ideology
Stuti Bisht & Saumya Katara | Symbiosis Law School, HyderabAD | Download Here


National Eligibility cum Entrance Test(NEET) – A Critical Study
K. Shyam Srinivasan & Nikkitha Krishnan | School of Excellence in Law, Tamil Nadu Dr. Ambedkar Law University | Download Here


Corporate Social Responsibility & Corporate Governance- The Integrated Investment Approach
Emil Sunil George | Symbiosis Law School, Pune | Download HerE


Karan Dileep Nevatia Vs. The Union of India (UOI)
Nikhil Reddy Kothakota | Symbiosis Law School, hyderabad | Download Here