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    Law Mantra Journal: Vol. II Issue 2

    1. Sentencing Rights of Juveniles: Should They Be Read ‘Up’ or ‘Down’? A Note on Conflicting Arguments and Narratives With Reference to Two Recent Supreme Court Pronouncements by Asst. Prof. Praveen Patil 2. A PROBE INTO THE POCSO [A legislative Comment: On the Protection of Children from Sexual Offences Act, 2012] by Asst. Prof. R.

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    Law Mantra Journal: Vol. II Issue I

      Possible effect of TRIPS on Patent in India by- Kiran Kachhawaha, (Student) CNLU, Patna Madrid Protocol: A boon for Indian Entrepreneurs by- Mohammad Nizam Ashraf Khan (Asst. Prof. School of Law, Galgotias University, Greater Noida) and Mohammad Umar (Research Scholar, Faculty of Law, Jamia Milia Islamia, New Delhi)  Doctrine of fair use under the Copyright Law by- Zubair

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  • Law Mantra Journal: Volume 1, Issue 11

    August 2014 Issue   The armed forces personnel versus article 33 by Jyoti Chatterjee, Research Scholar, WBNUJS.  Nature of International Law With Applicability in the Contemporary World – Discussing Two Scenarios from Post Cold War by Jayani De Silva LL.B. (Hons) (Colombo). Critical and Comparative Study of  “Consumer’s Right ProtectionLaw” in Iran, withUnited Nations Guidelines for Consumer Protection by Mehrdad HassanZadeh Dugoori, Distinguished

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    Law Mantra Journal: Volume 1, Issue 10

    July, 2014 1. A Critical analysis of working of Consumer Protection Law in redressing consumer disputes with special reference to Jammu and Kashmir by Rajneesh Khajuria 2. Analysis of DNA Fingerprinting in criminal proceedings by Zubair Ahmed 3. Changing Definitions and Dimensions of ‘Consumer’ Emerging Judicial Trends by Dr. Sushila (Asst. Prof. NLU Delhi) 4. Consumer Activisim by Miss. Sanskriti

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  • Law Mantra Journal : Volume 1,Issue 9

        May 2014 Issue Legal Regime Governing Tax Residence in Sri Lanka by Jayani De Silva LL.B. (Hons) (Colombo) Paradox of Sustainable Development: The Story of Gujarat & Jharkhand by Aishwarye Dubey,National Law University Odisha “Polluter Pays Principle: Pros and Cons of Indian Laws Relative to International Practices” by Nilesh Ranjan And Chhavi Bahal, 3rd year,

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