Journal of Legal Studies & Research

Journal of Legal Studies & Research is a Bi-Monthly e-Journal of Law and allied subjects bearing ISSN: 2455-2437. The Journal covers contemporary issues of Law and is not limited to any specific topic or subject.

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Sustainable Tourism in India: Policy Review

This research paper provides an in-depth policy review of sustainable tourism in India. Sustainable tourism is crucial for India’s economic growth while balancing environmental conservation and community well-being. The study aims to understand and promote sustainable tourism practices in India’s rich cultural heritage, diverse natural landscapes, and increasing tourism activities. A comprehensive policy review uses

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Understanding the need to Mainstream Gender in Criminal Justice Response to Terrorism and Counter Terrorism Measures in Nigeria

The world now is a global village hence fighting terrorism is not a nation affair. Terrorism is a global menace because of the ease with which movement of humans, goods and services are conveyed.[i] The advancement in telecommunication also exacerbated the activities of terror outfits. a such countries have to come together to assist one

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A Study on the Legal Protection Model of Algorithms

What mode is used to properly protect algorithms? The author believes that the algorithm itself is a strategy for solving problems. In order to respect the objective attributes of the algorithm, and in the current situation where the algorithm has not yet developed to the advanced intelligence stage, it is temporarily appropriate for the law

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Unwrapping Live-in Relationships: The Indian Context and Legislative Imperatives

The dynamics of relationships have evolved significantly in contemporary India, with an increasing number of couples choosing to enter into live-in relationships. This article delves into the multifaceted world of live-in relationships within the Indian context, shedding light on the legal uncertainties and ambiguities that currently prevail in the absence of specific legislation. The absence

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