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Witness, its Importance and Direction of Courts.

July 28, 2019

Witness, its Importance and Direction of Courts. Author: Mr. Raj Aryan While the bench consisting of Justice Harinder Singh Sidhu and Justice Rajiv Sharma was considering an appeal of a convict in a murder case. It was observed during the proceedings that some of the official witnesses are the case was turned hostile and were […]

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Why the scope of Right to Liberty has been so expanded?

July 27, 2019

Why the scope of Right to Liberty has been so expanded?  Author: Raj Aryan, Lloyd Law College. As the topics itself begin with a question, the questions which need to be addressed are “what does Liberty mean and what’s the importance of liberty in the life of an individual”; if these questions are answered, the […]

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Rights of Labours under the Indian Constitution.

July 26, 2019

Rights of Labours under the Indian Constitution. Author: Raj Aryan from Lloyd Law College and Livya P. Lalu from Delhi Metropolitan Education, Noida. Indian Constitution provides innumerable safeguards for the protection of labor rights. The Constitution of India provides the basis for laws regulating employment and labor in India. The fundamental rights mentioned in the […]

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Comparison of Hindu and Muslim Law with the Uniform Civil Code (UCC).

July 25, 2019

Comparison of Hindu and Muslim Law with UCC Author: Mr. Raj Aryan, Lloyd Law College.Both the personal laws i.e. Hindu and Muslim law has their significance based on the belief of that particular community on the particular religion. UCC stands for uniform civil code as is defined under article 44 of the Indian Constitution which […]

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Tajju Khan Vs. Mazhar Khan: Case Comment.

July 24, 2019

INTRODUCTION Author: Saloni Ratra, Amity Law School, Noida. The ‘gift’ is a transfer of property where interest is transferred from one living person to another, without any consideration. It is a gratuitous and inter vivos in nature. This is the general definition that is accepted by all the religions, including Muslim law. As per the […]

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Protection of fundamental rights judgment of 2017-19: SC

July 23, 2019

About  Fundamental  Rights Author: Saloni Ratra, Amity Law School, Dehradun.  Fundamental rights are a group of rights that have been recognized by the Supreme Court Of India as requiring a high degree of protection from government encroachment. These rights are specifically identified in the Constitution(i.e. in the Bill of Rights) or have been found under […]

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Kulbhushan Jadhav ICJ Verdict: What India Got and Where Failed

July 21, 2019

KULBHUSHAN JADHAV ICJ CASE VERDICT: WHAT INDIA GOT AND WHERE FAILED  Author: Mr. Shivam Sharma, IME Law College, Delhi. According to me the decision given by the ICJ in the Kulbhushan Jadhav case is a huge step towards ensuring a globally just society. International organizations like the UN and ICJ play a very important role in […]

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Violation of Fundamental Right of Citizens: An Analysis

July 21, 2019

VIOLATION OF FUNDAMENTAL RIGHT OF CITIZEN Authors: Ms. Saloni Ratra and Mr. Ritwij Shrivastava. Introduction- Article 21 of the Constitution of India, a very familiar fundamental right, applicable to all persons under Part III of the Constitution of India. The meaning of term “life” is defined in Munn v. Illinois,  “By the term “life” as […]

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Transgender education system: An Overview.

July 20, 2019

Author: Ms. Saloni Ratra, Amity Law School, Noida. INTRODUCTION Student rights are those rights, such as civil, constitutional, contractual and consumer rights, which regulate student rights and freedoms and allow students to make use of their educational investment. These include such things as the right to free speech and association, to due process, equality, autonomy, […]

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Tort Cases in India: A Rapid Growth.

July 20, 2019

Author: Ms. Saloni Ratra, Amity Law School, Noida.  Introduction Tort is defined as An area of law that deals with the wrongful actions of an individual or entity, which causes injury to another individual’s or entity’s person, property, or reputation, and which entitles the injured party to compensation. Tort law is the body of laws […]

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Right to die and Article 21: Comparison

July 19, 2019

Author: Ms. Saloni Ratra, Amity Law School Noida. 1.  INTRODUCTION The term derived from Greek roots “EU” means “well or good” and“Thanatos” means-  “death‟ means good death. “The term Euthanasia normally implies an intentional termination of life by another at the explicit request of the person who wishes to die. Euthanasia is generally defined as […]

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Growing white-collar crimes in India

July 19, 2019

GROWING WHITE COLLAR CRIMES IN INDIA Author: Shreya Saxena, Jamanlal Bajaj School of Legal Studies, Banasthali Vidyapith. What are the white-collar crimes? A general definition suggests that the crimes occurring in large and wealthy organizations are called white-collar crimes. People who have a sophisticated and specific understanding of the disciplines of finance, accountancy, management, engineering, […]

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How religion is affecting the Lawmaking by Judges – A Critical View

July 19, 2019

How religion is affecting the Lawmaking by Judges – A Critical View Author: Shreya Saxena, Jamanlal Bajaj School of Legal Studies, Banasthali Vidyapith. The 42nd Amendment of the Constitution of India enacted in 1976 gave our nation the status of a secular state. The Preamble to the Constitution asserted that India is a secular nation and thus the state had […]

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Violence against Women: Complete Details

July 19, 2019

Violence Against Women  Author: Ms. Upasana Borah IF ALL MEN ARE BORN FREE THAN HOW COULD WOMEN ARE BORN TO BE SLAVES?  India is a developing country but until and unless Women don’t get their status and respect India can’t be developed. Due to Gender Inequality Women are left behind. Violence Against Women In India […]

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