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Volume II Issue III                                                                                         

    (May-June 2024)

Sakkcham Singh Parmaar, O.P. Jindal Global University

Page: 44-47

DOI:  

10.5281/zenodo.11130545

Meghnad Desai explores the mind of one of the world's most mysterious nations in "The Rediscovery of India."

Abheek Melwani, University of Mumbai

Page: 48-72

DOI:  

10.5281/zenodo.11130642

The present article explores the complex area of the Enforcement Directorate (ED) in India.

Akshit Chauhan, Hidayatullah National Law University

Niharika Mehta, Hidayatullah National Law University

Page: 73-78

DOI:  

10.5281/zenodo.11130574

Legal aid can be delineated as an institutional framework established to facilitate equitable access to justice.

Prisha Goel, O.P Jindal Global University

Page: 80-85

DOI:  

10.5281/zenodo.11202804

Nancy Fraser’s theories on redistribution and recognition are highly influential in current discourse of social justice

Krisha Rajesh Joshi, University of Petroleum and Energy Studies (UPES)

Page: 86-96

DOI:  

10.5281/zenodo.11229860

In today’s world corporate governance has become of significant importance but what isn’t been given equal importance 

Sandhya L, School of Law, Sathyabama Institute of Science and Technology

Page: 97-105

DOI:  

10.5281/zenodo.11229946

The article examines the tenuous intricacies of admissibility and jurisdiction in international arbitration

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