Volume 1 | ISSUE 2

1. Revamping Juvenile Laws : India Needs It

By - Jeeva Thomas Mannalal

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This research paper focuses on the juvenile laws that exist currently in India and emphasizes on the need to bring an upgrade to the present laws. Even though the statutes and legislations are austere, the number of children getting involved in crimes is surging. The Juvenile Justice System is a system coming quite close to criminal law administration of justice. This is a system embraced for youngsters, who are not mature enough to be considered liable for criminal demonstrations. This system is applicable to those under 18 years of age. Juvenile Justice is managed and regulated through Juvenile Court which is child friendly in nature. The paper also discusses about the big reforms in India's justice system that were caused by the Delhi gang rape case. After the protests of several people in the case of Nirbhaya where the juvenile prisoner was released, Rajya Sabha passed the Juvenile Justice Bill 2014. 

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2. Election Transparency and Electoral Bond

By - Akshayan K S

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Indian politics when viewed along with the politicians seem to be a place where a huge amount of money circulates every day and especially at the time of elections. Any political party for its good performance has to spend a huge amount for the welfare of the people, and for its survival but when the source of this spent amount is questioned the answer differs from time to time, because this may include the black money of huge businessmen. A government not only runs completely on itself rather it also depends on some donation amounts given by few people for the welfare of the others and by few people for their profits. For the sake of creating a clean and transparent economy in the donation system, the government of India introduces a new scheme that strives to bring all donations into account known as the electoral bond scheme. 

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3. Human Trafficking in India:An Analytical View

By - Aieshwaryaa.N  and Harini.S

• Abstract

This paper provides a detailed and peculiar view on TRAFFICKING AND LAW primarily focused on India and also a comparative statistical study with other countries are made as well. It also provides a timeline view of human trafficking from its origin, causes and modes. The authors have unravelled about purpose and consequences of human trafficking. The authors have further investigated about what methods and strategies are being adopted to exploit people and have thrown light on legal approach towards human trafficking by highlighting PITA and SITA acts. Types of human trafficking are given in a zoomed in view along with some preventive programmes.

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