Author- Ms. Nellie Bimla Emmanuel, Faculty of Thakur Ramnarayan College of Law INTRODUCTION: “Caste is not a physical object like a wall of bricks or a line of barbed wire which prevents the Hindus from co-mingling and which has, therefore, to be pulled down. Caste is a notion; it is a state of the mind”
About the organizer YCM is India’s 1st Youth Conflict Management & Mediation Initiative. YCM enables you with skills to prevent a spark from turning into a raging fire in every domain of your life: professional or personal! You learn skills to prevent minor disagreements, arguments, and deadlocks from turning into full-blown disputes! Conflicts are inevitable
Authored By: Shreyansh Rathi, Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law, Patiala Introduction Every Suit in the Court of Law involves two parties, one who has filed a suit against another and the other who is defending himself against such suit. In Law of Torts, such parties are called Plaintiff and Defendants. After the suit is
Author: Shreyansh Rathi, Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law, Patiala Introduction With the rapid technological development, particularly in the field of Information Technology, in recent years, Internet has become a very important part of day-to-day economical activities. A large number of businesses and services have shifted online which is equally matched by the expanding consumer
Author: Ms. Nellie Bimla Emmanuel, Faculty of Thakur Ramnarayan College of Law INTRODUCTION: The marriage between two individuals is considered a holy sacrament and binds the couple in a bond for a lifetime filled with trust, respect, love without any coercion or force. The consent of the parties is an important aspect for constituting a
Author: Vaishnavi Vats, Banasthali Vidyapeeth, Jamanlal Bajaj School of Legal Studies INTRODUCTION Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973 lays down the whole procedure relating to the arrest of a person who has committed an offense, which is one of the integral objects of the Indian Criminal Law System, i.e., to provide social protection against the criminals.
Author’s Name: Antara Kolay, Sharda University Introduction Irrespective of the other recently recognized gender identities in India, the third gender or the transgender have been in existence in Indian society for ages. Most commonly known as ‘hijras’ among the Indian population, are born intersex or are born male but have a feminine personality. They have
Author: Shreya Singh; Amity University, Lucknow. I. INTRODUCTION It is the study and theory of law which is referred to as jurisprudence. It investigates the root and meaning of the law. The concept of law is quite complicated. Different interpretations of law are drawn by different people. A lawyer, for example, sees the law as
Author: Shreya Singh; Amity University, Lucknow I. INTRODUCTION In-vitro fertilization (IVF) is a sophisticated set of technologically advanced techniques used to cure infertility or genetic disorders and aid in child conception. IVF involves retrieving mature eggs from a woman’s ovaries and fertilizing them in the laboratory with spermatozoa. Patrick Steptoe and Robert Edwards’ pioneering work
Author: Utkarsh Singh; Amity University, Lucknow I. INTRODUCTION Marriage is regarded as a sacrament in Hindu society. It means that the Hindu marriage, by its very nature, cannot be canceled. According to Hindu rituals, Hindu marriages are created by the gods and cannot be broken by humans. Before the establishment of the Hindu Marriage Act,
Author: Utkarsh Singh; Amity University, Lucknow I. INTRODUCTION India follows a separation of functions rather than a separation of powers. The doctrine of separation of powers is an important aspect of the Indian Constitution since it oversees and supervises the powers granted to various parts of government, including the legislature, executive, and judiciary. Montesquieu, a
Author: Nishtha Mittal, Amity Law school Delhi affiliated to GGSIPU. INTRODUCTION In this article, we shall aim to define the Key Managerial Personnel and discuss their appointment procedure as put forth in the Companies Act, 2013 read with the company rules of 2014. While the companies act, 1956 only laid the basis for officers like-
Author: Javeria Fatima, Faculty of Law, Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi Introduction: Many of us might be able to recall instances when they used to bet chocolates, toys, or a small amount of money on IPL matches in their childhood or teenage. One would promise to other to give toys or some other thing if
Author: Nandinee Singh, Amity Law School, Noida INTRODUCTION The common law doctrine of merger is based on the decorum and appropriateness of the judicial system. The doctrine is neither statutorily recognized nor it is mentioned in the constitution. The main objective behind this law is maintaining the respectability and decorum of the hierarchy of courts.
Author: Rishi V Tibrewal, Damodaram Sanjivayya National Law University Introduction: A false statement, either spoken or written, which injures the reputation of a person by lowering the respect of the person on the society or creates negative feelings or hostility towards a person, is said to constitute defamation. Defamation can be criminal or civil, Section