South Asian Law Review Journal

South Asian Law Review Journal is an open access Annual Law e-Journal with special focus on South Asian Countries  bearing ISSN: 2456-7531. The Journal covers general legal research & development from South Asian nations and is not limited to any specific legal topic or subject.

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The Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Act, 2005 – The Way Forward: An Empirical Study On Its Implementation And Effect In Bukkarayasamudram Mandal Of Ananthapuramu District In Andhra Pradesh

Since the inception of the Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Act (MGNREGA), 2005, many scholars have carried out their research on the functioning, progress, and impact assessment of the Scheme and challenges and problems faced by the authorities in implementing the Scheme and beneficiaries. Moreover, the studies on socio-economic analysis have given greater importance

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The Use of Child Soldiers in Armed Conflicts in India

The use of children in armed conflicts as soldiers is a persisting issue globally, and India is not an exception. India is a signatory to the 2002 Optional Protocol and thus should not employ soldiers under the age of eighteen; however, non-governmental factions are using children within India as soldiers. This paper intends to discuss

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The Regulation of E-Commerce under Indian Competition Law

This paper shall analyze the treatment of the burgeoning e-commerce market under the competition laws of India. The role of the Competition Commission of India (“CCI”) vide its various pronouncements in disputes involving e-commerce companies has been crucial in shaping the jurisprudence surrounding the digital market. It also raises several questions with respect to the

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