Miss Priya discusses whether minimum support price commitments need to be reviewed in light of the efforts made by the developing countries to provide food security for its people.
Gautami Govindrajan and Madhav Kapoor write about the evolution and importance of geographical indications to a culturally rich nation such as India.
Aaditya Ranbir Sahgal writes on the leniency regime under Indian competition law, the problems associated with it and possible solutions for improvement.
Sudipto Koner writes about the laws in the United States regarding car security infringements and establishes how private ordering is the most productive way of setting up cybersecurity benchmarks for the automotive industry.
Dushyant Thakur discusses how provisions of the Constitution are applied to provide equitable remedies and evolve equitable procedure.
Akshata Kumta and Shaalini Agarwal write about how Islamic banking could be a potential solution to deal with the problem of exclusion of minorities from accessing to the banking and finance sector.
Adya Jha and Jasel Mundhra write about Cross-Border Smuggling and the Prevention of Cruelty.
Suryasnata Mohapatra‘s legislative comment on campaign financing, including the salient features of the electoral bond scheme and the gaps therein.
Tushar Kumar critically analyses the apex court’s judgment in the case against the BCCI as it is against the National Sports & Recreation Act, 1998.
Aman Bahl reviews how present-day contract law is influenced by economics, in light of Sugata Bag’s book