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The Indian Journal of Law and Development (IJLD) is an open-access student-edited blind peer reviewed interdisciplinary journal. The Journal is expected to be a platform for the academicians and students from the legal fraternity to present their ideas.

IJLD seeks to provide an interactive platform for publication of Short Articles, Long Articles, Book Review, Case Comment, Legislative Comment and Research Papers in the field of Law and Development.

The aim of this journal is to spread legal awareness and to bring out and propagate the opinion of the legal fraternity so that the developments in the legal field help in imparting justice at every level and to every section of the society.


REMEDIES AVAILABLE TO HOMEBUYERS IN DELAY OF POSSESSION: A SIGH OF RELIEF

Anshika Vashishtha & Varun Mishra, FInal Year Law Student, Institute of Law, Nirma University, Ahmedabad. Introduction In the new developing era, where everything is moving at a fast pace, the real estate sector also moving towards its peak. Many people aspiring for good prospects for growth in the real estate sector invest in this sector.Continue reading “REMEDIES AVAILABLE TO HOMEBUYERS IN DELAY OF POSSESSION: A SIGH OF RELIEF”

CAPITAL PUNISHMENT:JUSTICE FOR MURDER OR MURDER FOR JUSTICE

Darshan Hampannavar,2nd year Law Student,Karnataka State Law University’s Law School, Hubli I) Introduction: capital punishment, is also called as death sentence, is a type of punishment given to the criminals for committing the severe crimes and execution is nothing but the act of carrying out such process of death sentence. Capital crimes are often punishableContinue reading “CAPITAL PUNISHMENT:JUSTICE FOR MURDER OR MURDER FOR JUSTICE”

ANTI- CONVERSION LAWS- HOW FAR ARE THESE LAWS REASONABLE?

Pritha Lahiri, 2nd Year Law Student, Institute of Law, Nirma University Introduction Anti- conversion laws or Love Jihad is a term loosely used to refer to laws passed on religious conversion. More recently, it has come to the limelight after the recent ordinance that was passed by Uttar Pradesh state cabinet and the proposed draftContinue reading “ANTI- CONVERSION LAWS- HOW FAR ARE THESE LAWS REASONABLE?”

POLITICS OF MAJORITY & MASSACRE: A BLOT ON INDIAN DEMOCRACY

Simran khurana, Law Student, 5thyear student, Amity Law School, Noida. Abstract Violence in all forms is horrendous & ghastly, disregarding whether done by those who have the majority or by a religion or ideology which we validate. Despite encountering the widespread butchering of Hindus, Muslims & Sikhs as a part of India’s partition process, theContinue reading “POLITICS OF MAJORITY & MASSACRE: A BLOT ON INDIAN DEMOCRACY”

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