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Provisions Relating To Bail Under The Code Of Criminal Procedure In Bangladesh

The term “bail” was originally taken from the French word “bailer,” which means to provide or deliver. So, bail denotes to release of an accused person from police custody or imprisonment for a while in the hand of a surety and the responsibility of presenting the accused person before the Court whenever necessary has been …

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Polluter Pays Principle As A Principle Of Sustainable Development: A Study In Indian Scenario

The growing consciousness about the environment has led to a lot of debates and studies across the globe on the aspect of environmental deterioration and solutions to protect the environment for future generations. One principle commonly used to affix liability on the polluters of the environment is the principle of polluter pays. It has been …

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Constitutional Chaos in Bangladesh: A Journey from Secularism to Islamism

Every modern state stands on the separation of state and religion. Bangladesh was born as a secular state with a full guarantee of the right to freedom of religion. Though it started its journey proclaiming itself as a secular state, some political actors in the later course of history pushed the country into an almost Islamic …

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Pardoning Power of the President under the Constitution of India – A Critical Analysis

Pardon is an act of kindness given to a person sentenced to death by the State, setting aside the consequences of his criminal acts and giving that person another chance to live his life like any other citizen of the State. This power can be exercised by the head of state, but a person seeking …

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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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Where do Syrian Christian Women Stand in the Interplay of Custom, Kinship and the Law?

Law and society have a symbiotic relationship. Law seems to be omnipresent, and an integral pillar of civilisation, whether it is religion or a nation-state; law is the axis and foundation. To answer the question, which is more influential- the present societal norms or law; is a Herculean task as definitions no longer remain within …

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An Overview of the Importance and Effects of Big Data on the Climate Change: A Need for Adequate Regulations

The world has been digitalized, and as a result, every facet of human beings activities depends so much on technologies, which generate big data. The big successes of big data analytics in diverse areas over the past decade have also prompted the expectation of its efficacy on the problem climate change is experiencing due to …

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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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Barriers To A Resilient Constitution In Bangladesh And Resolutions: An Exploratory Analysis

Bangladesh has experienced a period of “Illiberal democracy” in recent times where politicians have acted autocratically, rewarding political supporters, punishing the opposition. The judiciary, bureaucracy, police and even the legislature have all been hollowed out by financial, partisan and personal attention. Disorder became the order, irregular the regular and Machiavellianism the political practice. Following a …

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