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Children in Cyber World and the digital space – By Harsh Dogra, Institute of Law Nirma University

In a world of the legal profession, where we count humans as a subject of moral consideration, we are still lacking behind in the subject when it comes to the forte of Child Rights. When…

WHETHER IP RIGHTS SHOULD BE TEMPORARILY WAIVED ON COVID-19 VACCINES AND MEDICINES? – By- Aalokaa Verma

INTRODUCTION India is suffering a second wave of Covid-19 much worse than anything witnessed since the onset of the pandemic in March 2020. The country is facing a shortage of hospital beds, oxygen and the…

DEFAMATION AND ITS DEFENSES BY- TEJASWINI SINGH

DEFAMATION Defamation is the act of communicating false statements about a person that harms the reputation of that person. “History of defamation can be traced in Roman law and German law. Abusive chants were capitally…

THE NINTH SCHEDULE AND JUDICIAL REVIEW – BY YAGYA BHARADWAJ

INTRODUCTION The Constitution of India came into effect on 26th January 1950. It is the supreme law of India and lays down the basic framework of the functioning of the State with relation to the…

DOCTRINE OF SEPERATION OF POWER: AN INDIAN EXPERIENCE – BY- JYOTIKA SHARMA

ABSTRACT The doctrine of the separation of power was first introduced in the Montesquieu writing, in the spirit of the law, in order to ensure that none of the divisions interferes into the domain of…

YES BANK CRISIS – 2020 – BY KUMAR YUVRAJ

Introduction A bank acts as a significant part in keeping up the conservative state of the country. The Yes Bank emergency made a frenzy among individuals in March 2020 as it was the greatest private…

Curbing freedom through Preventive Detention with special focus on NSA – By FAHAD GHANI

(ISSN: 2582-7952) Twitter Instagram Linkedin Youtube Facebook Introduction The repeal of MISA in 1977 had created a void in India’s history of Preventive Detention laws. This void was filled again in 1980 with the passage…

Violence against women: An Exploration of the Physical and Mental Health Trends -BY JYOTIKA SHARMA

ABSTRACT Violence against women and children, with costs at different levels of society, is a major public health issue. While violence is a danger to every one, since they often have fewer rights or lack…

FEDERALISM IN INDIA AND THE CASE OF SR BOMMAI – By SMRUTI KANUGO

INTRODUCTION The pressure over the constitution-makers when it was into the process of making can never be felt by us. They inculcated certain special features in the constitution of India clearly outlining their intention behind…

GUIDELINES OF DOMESTIC VIOLENCE IN INDIA – By TEJASWINI SINGH

“I am living in hell from one day to the next. But there is nothing I can do to escape. I don’t know where I would go if I did. I feel utterly powerless, and…

Anti-defection Law: Achieving Stability at the Cost of Accountability – By FAHAD GHANI

Abstract Rajiv Gandhi’s government on 24th Jan. 1985 introduced a Bill, namely, The Constitution (Fifty-Second Amendment) Bill in the Lok Sabha. Through this, the Tenth Schedule was added to the Constitution of India. This created…

UNILATERAL APPOINTMENT OF ARBITRATOR: A JUDICIAL OVERSIGHT -BY PRUTHVI PATEL

Introduction Arbitration is acknowledged as an exclusive method of determining legal conflicts because of the rudimentary essence of liberty provided to parties at dispute in order to regulate the method of such dispute settlement. Party…

EDUCATION IS A RIGHT NOT A PRIVILEGE By – ARADHAYA SINGH

Introduction As we can see that since the creation of our country India, our country has mainly been unable to solve its problem like the epidemic crisis, the main reason for it to remain backward…

DEVELOPMENT FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS, 2021 By- ADITYA KOHLI

Abstract The Central government has taken a gentle step to develop the infrastructure of India. Through a bill of “the National bank for financing infrastructure and development bill 2021, in Lok Sabha.” We have to…

A DISCUSSION ON ABSOLUTE LIABILITY CONCERNING THE RULE OF STRICT LIABILITY By YAGYA BHARADWAJ

INTRODUCTION It is only fair to hold a person liable for the damage caused by them. But this concept of liability also extends to corporations. Damage done to the environment or individuals because of industrial…

CIVIL DEFAMATION – By Animesh Jha

ABSTRACT Indian laws have evolved during the last few decades and centuries, several criminal laws were adopted and a few were amended as well. The reason that the evolution has been forced due to the…

TRADE BATTLE CLASH BETWEEN BIG BASKET AND DAILY BASKET by- KUMAR YUVRAJ

INTRODUCTION Trademarks are extremely significant lately thanks to the extensive use of advertising and branding employed by the varied companies and therefore the consequent advantage gained through it. In India, trademarks are regulated and guarded…

Liberalism – A Notion By Keerti Tawar

“Heaven helps those who help themselves”                                                -Algernon Sidney. A liberal believes in blood, sweat, and tears. Those with the ability and willingness to work will prosper, while the incompetent or indolent person will not.…
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FREE WEBINAR ON “JOURNEY OF A PRACTICING ADVOCATE | IN CONVERSATION WITH ADV. JAYANT BHATT” – By VIDHI PARIVARTAN

ABOUT VIDHI PARIVARTAN Vidhi Parivartan is a legal platform that seeks to hone the skill-sets of all the budding lawyers, aid the law students in all possible manner by optimum utilization of resources available at…
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CLASSIFICATION OF LAWS – BY MANASVI PANDEY

CLASSIFICATION OF LAWS A particular classification of law encompasses all types of law but it distributes them according to particular unique characteristics. Before understanding the classification of law we need to understand the definition of…
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ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACTS OF URBAN GROWTH – BY JITENDRA KUMAR AND JUTIRANI TALUKDAR

ABSTRACT This study presents a quantitative assessment of the environmental consequences of urbanization in general and city bigness in particular in the context of the process of economic development. Urbanization refers to a general increase…
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Capital Punishment: when and why it can be justified- BY Riddhi Rahi and Shreya Mittal

Introduction India is a developing country they say, but how developed are we with 12th in the ranking of the highest crime rated countries internationally? The crime rate is so high in India calls for…
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Habeas Corpus Case – ADM Jabalpur v ShivkantShukla- By Nivethi Natarajan

Title of case: ADM Jabalpur v ShivkantShukla Citation: 1976 (2) SCC 521; AIR 1976 SC 1207 Court: Supreme Court of India Bench: A.N. Ray, Hans Raj Khanna, MirzaHameedullah Beg, Y.V. Chandrachud, P.N. Bhagwati Parties: Petitioner: Additional District Magistrate, Jabalpur Respondent: S.S.…
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Cherokee Nation v. Georgia: The Case and Its Impact by- Nivethi Natarajan

Cherokee Nation v. Georgia (1831) requested that the Supreme Court decide if a state may force its laws on Indigenous people groups and their domain. In the last part of the 1820s, the Georgia council…
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A Comprehensive Analysis of India’s Personal Data Protection Bill with a specific focus on Government Surveillance, Legal Safeguards and Recommendations to improve the Bill protect rights of the Data Principal – By Donovan Nazareth

Twitter Instagram Linkedin Youtube Facebook Introduction Today a broad umbrella of technologies fall under AI or Artificial Intelligence and India’s current data protection laws are terribly outdated and do not offer adequate protection from the…
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Arbitration – The better problem solver- BY Aman Arun Singh

Twitter Instagram Linkedin Youtube Facebook “I will see you in court!” We always hear people saying this to end debate and resolve the dispute by moving to Courts. But, here, what we really should shift…
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HOW 123 YEARS OLD LEGISLATION COMBAT THE BATTLE AGAINST COVID-19?- BY BALJEET SANDHU

Twitter Instagram Linkedin Introduction The outbreak of the contagious virus ‘COVID-19’ from the streets of Wuhan, China required the expeditious measures of the governments across the world to control its spread. India, being one of…
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Dowry system in India – By Farhan Al MominShaik

Twitter Instagram Linkedin Introduction Marriage in India is filled with traditions and cultural beliefs. Practices are passed down by word of mouth and in some cases, re-interpreted with changing times. There is, one custom that…

AAYA RAM, GAYA RAM!- BY REHAN BHASIN

INTRODUCTION:   “AAYA RAM, GAYA RAM” is an expression that is in the Indian politics for someone who frequently changes his/her political party or switches his/her political party as per the benefit derived. In legal…

1ST ANNIVERSARY OF ABROGATION OF ARTICLE 370 AND 35A- BY REHAN BHASIN

INTRODUCTION: Article 370 of the Indian constitution bestowed special status to Jammu and Kashmir. 5th August 2020 marked the 1st anniversary of the abrogation of article 370 or the revocation of special status given to…