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Trending: Call for Papers Volume 3 | Issue 2: International Journal of Advanced Legal Research [ISSN: 2582-7340]

Month: March 2022

Russian-Ukraine War: The Role of International Law

The long ‘fraternal squabble’ between two European neighbours cascaded into a global glare sooner than expected in the early hours of February 24, 2022, when Vladimir Putin’s Russia in the context of a ‘special military operation’ infiltrated the border of its sovereign neighbouring country, Ukraine. This brazen action has been described by many an analyst …

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Board of Directors: An Entwined Part of A Company

A company is a fiction of law, having a corporate personality that is independent and distinct from its members. “Company” refers to a company incorporated under Companies Act, 2013 or under the provisions of any other preceding company law.[i] Its elementary feature is “separate legal entity” as decided in the famous case of Saloman v. …

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LAW RELATING TO DOWRY PROHIBITION IN INDIA: AN ANALYSIS

“Any young man, who makes dowry a condition to marriage, discredits his education and his country and dishonors womanhood.” – Mahatma Gandhi INTRODUCTION “Dowry” a popular term in Indian households that has eroded the essence of weddings and turned it into a societal evil. It has been rehearsed for various periods of time and has …

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METAVERSE: NEED OF REGULATION FOR THE NEXT “BIG THING” IN THE TECH WORLD

1.0 INTRODUCTION On October 2021, the largest social media company Facebook rechristened itself as “meta”. This renaming is done to showcase that Facebook and its owners were highly hopeful and moving ahead in the next cutting age technology which is called metaverse. Facebook is surely not the only one, other tech giants like Microsoft, Epic …

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The Securities and Exchange Board of India: Regulator Of The Capital Market

In the modern world, there is a voice from every other person to invest in the securities market or to become a part of share trading. Demat, mutual funds hold a great value in financing. However, most of the people are not aware of its functioning and thereby stumble or wave the idea of being …

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Succession of States Doctrine: State Responsibility and Need for its Codification

  Introduction Though the international think tanks have been putting laborious efforts into formulating a workable structure for state responsibility, a firm legal backing is still not available in this spectrum. We live in a dynamic and ever-changing world. The task of specifying the territorial onus of various previously committed actions-both positive and negative-is the …

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Pernicious Progress

“Miya-biwi raazi toh kya karega kaazi”[1]has quite literally been witnessed as an escalating sentiment amongst individuals, particularly women, against the contentious Prohibition Of Child Marriage (Amendment) Bill, 2021cleared by the union cabinet. The billamends the Child Marriage Act,2006 and proposes to increase women’s legal minimum age of marriage from 18 to 21, parallel to the …

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ANALYSIS OF RUSSIAN INVASION OF UKRAINE THROUGH THE LENS OF INTERNATIONAL LAW

It’s been more than ten days of Announcement by Russian president Vladmir Putin of so called “military operation” in eastern Ukraine. Heavy civilian and military causality is reported from the both the sides, cities were turned into ruin, economies of both the countries are severely impacted and Europe is on the verge of biggest and …

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