ISSUE 2 - DECEMBER 26/2023 - 2024

Whether Pre-Nuptial agreement is good or bad
AUTHOR’S NAME – Snehil Singh, B.A. L.L.B (Hons.), Fourth Year.
INSTITUTION NAME- Babu Banarasi Das University.

A woman who really loves her man will not mind a prenuptial agreement.
                                                                                                                 Dr. HOSEA M. MOGANO
ABSTRACT:
Before we go into details with this topic we first have to understand what actually is nuptial agreement, this is basically a type of agreement in which the party or two people basically a male-female or male-male or female-female enter into the contract to get the basic rights which they will get after once they are married to the other person like- right to property of another party, financial and monetary benefits, partnership in business (if any is there),.1 This is not very common still in India as we are a developing nation, in India marriage is considered as a holy ritual conducted between a male and female it is not a contract. In many countries, prenuptial agreement is also known as ‘prenup’ and it is very rarely known all over the country. In the western country, the marriage between the two people is considered as a contract and all
is followed like one. As it is not very well known in our country having good knowledge about everything is good so that it can be used in a good way by that person.

( Volume 2 Issue 2 – 2024 )( Publication Date 04/FEB/ 2024 )

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Exploring the Nexus of Human trafficking and illegal immigration: A multifaceted analysis. 

AUTHOR’S NAME – Dr. Samiksha Godara. 

AFFILIATION – Assistant Professor, Central University of Haryana 

CO-AUTHOR NAME – Ms. Sakshi, Ph.D Scholar 

INSTITUTION NAME – Central University of Haryana 

ABSTRACT:

 This abstract provides a concise overview of the intricate relationship between human trafficking and illegal immigration, shedding light on the multifaceted dimensions that intertwine these two pressing global issues. As the world grapples with the challenges posed by mass migrations and the illicit movement of individuals across borders, understanding the nexus between human trafficking and illegal immigration becomes imperative. The study delves into the underlying factors driving individuals to embark on perilous journeys in search of a better life, often falling victim to human traffickers who exploit their vulnerabilities. Economic disparities, political instability, and socio-cultural factors contribute to the complex web that facilitates the entrapment of migrants in exploitative situations.

( Volume 2 Issue 2 – 2024 )( Publication Date 06/FEB/ 2024 )

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A Comparative Study of Occupational Safety Laws in Indian Coal Mines 

AUTHOR’S NAME – Manshi Priyadarshini Biswal, BBA LLB, Third Year 

INSTITUTION NAME – School of Law, XIM University, Odisha.

 ABSTRACT:

 The coal industry in India is well-known for posing significant risks and negative impacts. Not only is coal used for electricity generation, but it also serves as a crucial raw material in various industries. Unlike the nuclear and oil sectors, coal mines in India have larger workforces, but the dangers associated with mining have profound effects on the well-being of “the workforce”. The “mining sector is highly integrated”, with the mine’s own workforce handling “all underground engineering work, including installation and maintenance. Hazards such as firedamp and coal-dust explosions, flooding, fire, and unexpected CO2 or CH4 outbursts” have been persistent in the mining industry, posing serious threats to the lives and health of coal miners. Consequently, there is a concerted effort “to study the occupational health and safety factors of Indian coal miners”.1 The article delves into how mineworkers navigate workplace hazards and express their ideas of safety. Mineworkers have developed a mining sense, enabling them to survive challenging working conditions and strive to improve accidentcontrol mechanisms.

( Volume 2 Issue 2 – 2024 )( Publication Date 06/FEB/ 2024 )

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The Function of TRIPS in Promoting Economic Growth and Innovation.

AUTHOR’S NAME – Sakshi, LLM. 

INSTITUTION NAME – Chandigarh University, Gharaun, Mohali. 

CO-AUTHOR NAME – Dr. Ranjana Sharma.

AFFILIATION: Associate professor, Chandigarh University, Gharaun, Mohali. 

ABSTRACT:

 This research paper digs into how the Trade-Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights (TRIPS) help the world’s economies grow and new ideas spread. It talks about how intellectual property rights (IPRs) have changed over time and how TRIPS has helped make a standard global framework for protecting them. The paper looks at case studies, theoretical models, and real-world evidence to figure out how TRIPS affects new ideas, economic growth, and the sharing of technology. It also talks about problems, complaints, and ways to enforce the law, which can help you see where improvements could be made. Keywords: – TRIPS, Intellectual Property Rights, Economic Growth, Innovation TRIPS

( Volume 2 Issue 2 – 2024 )( Publication Date 24/FEB/ 2024 )

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Travails of Employees Recruited by LIC on Contractual Basis-Securing the fruits of justice. 

AUTHOR’S NAME – V.Satya Venkatarao. 

AFFILIATION – Advocate, Courts of Vizianagaram and Visakhapatnam (Andhra Pradesh).

 A CASE STUDY OF THE APPOINTMENTS MADE BY LIC TO CLASS III AND CLASS IV POSTS – UNEXPECTED LEGAL CONSEQUENCES, CHALLENGES AND RESULTANT LITIGATION: 

ABSTRACT:

 This paper is an attempt to study the issue of appointment of employees on a contractual basis, later their termination, claims for absorption and the consequent litigation that has emanated therefrom The Litigation as is familiar in the Indian context has moved through several phases, Legal fora at times with expected consequences and at times with unanticipated consequences The genesis of the present situation faced by the Behemoth Life Insurance Corporation of India and the aspirants who secured a Supreme Court judgment in their favor can be traced to the period of the Early 1980s and late 1990s when LIC made appointments on a contractual basis for a limited number of days to Class III and Class IV Posts and thereafter terminated them in accordance with the contractual provisions governing their appointment. The issues basically revolve around the employment rights of Class III and Class IV employees appointed for a shorter duration. The present status of the Litigation along with a few lessons that can be learned for the future are made.

( Volume 2 Issue 2 – 2024 )( Publication Date 24/FEB/ 2024 )

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