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“I congratulate the MNLU Mumbai Law Review team for coming up with this blog. As the past one year has shown, the reach of technology in ensuring access to knowledge remains unparalleled. A platform such as this one would undoubtedly contribute to that end by offering space to some of the finest scholarly work in the field of legal studies. My best wishes for this endeavour.”

-Prof. (Dr.) Dilip Ukey, the Vice Chancellor, MNLU Mumbai


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NCDRC Ruling on Retailers Charging for a Carry Bag; Weakening the established Position

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