International Journal of Legal Developments & Allied Issues

International Journal of Legal Developments & Allied Issues is a Bi-Monthly e-Journal of Law bearing ISSN: 2454-1273. The Journal covers contemporary issues of Law and is not limited to any specific topic or subject.


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The Demise of Feminism in Afghanistan: Nation, Culture, and Media

The recent takeover of the Taliban over Afghanistan has resulted in a global crisis. There are claims that the takeover will take the country over 200 years back in time. From what I have learned, there is an enormous threat to women and even young girls. Enforcing sexual slavery upon them by forcefully marrying them,

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Women In Politics In India

Everyone, regardless of race, colour, sex, language, religion, birth, or another status, is born free and equal in dignity and rights, and everyone has the right to all rights and freedoms. Women, on the other hand, have historically been treated as second-class citizens in practically all countries across the world. Despite the fact that the

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Independent Director – A Significant Pillar Of Corporate Governance

Corporate Governance refers to the governance or regulation of companies or corporate entities. It facilitates a smooth and an efficient functioning of a company by maintaining transparency in the overall regulatory framework of the company. It also looks after the rights and interests of its members. Corporate governance takes the centre-stage, especially in today’s age,

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A Comparative Analysis Of The Use Of Emergency Powers In The United States Of America (“U.S.”) And India

In theory, emergency powers refer to those intrinsic powers that a State can exercise in unusual circumstances such as war, armed rebellion, attacks of terrorism, natural disasters, serious health emergencies, pandemics, or other serious threats that threaten the State. It is widely acknowledged that these powers should be utilised only in extreme situations and to

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The Environment Impact Assessment 2020: A Visceral Proposal?

In the last decade, India has been quaking with protests against the various laws and drafts that the legislature has or is in the process to get implemented. One such draft notification that the Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Change proposed was that of amendments to the Environment Impact Assessment 2006. The Central Government

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