A Discussion on Section 498A IPC in Present Social Scenario
It was in the year 1983 when section 498A IPC was introduced and made a statute with the objective to protect married women from being subjected to...
SEXUAL ORIENTATION IN THE LENSES OF JUSTICE
Introduction The article aims to enlighten the readers regarding the position of the law regarding homosexuality as it prevailed before and after...
Letting the Rats Loose: Bentham’s Perspective
This article deals with the topic of captivity of non-endangered animals in the form of zoological parks. This topic will be discussed in reference...
A Brief Analytical Critique Of The Judgment – Ong Ming Johnson Vs Attorney General: Departure From Navtej Singh Johar Vs Union Of India
Introduction Since time immemorial, homosexuality has been caught in a mire of societal, legal and moral ethos. The regressive discrimination...
Women in LAW: Sorry state of Affairs
The VIDHI report titled A Survey of Advocates Practicing Before the High Courtsrevealed some of the striking facts prevalent in some of High court...
Do You Need Guts, As Men, To Stand Up For Women? If Yes, Get Some.
On July 23, 2020, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, the youngest woman ever in the United States Congress, delivered a powerful speech after Republican’s...
The Unpaid Legal Internship Saga

The Unpaid Legal Internship Saga

Many students from lower or even middle income background feel financially stressed taking on unpaid internship but take it anyways just to compete with their peers. On an average a law student does 1.5 to 2 internships in one academic year.

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A WHIP TO PARLIAMENTARY DEMOCRACY

A WHIP TO PARLIAMENTARY DEMOCRACY

INTRODUCTION The past few months have plagued our nation with viruses. The first was the coronavirus that brought us to our knees by exposing our unequipped and neglected healthcare system. Another virus continued to brew amidst the pandemic in State legislatures of...

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How The UAPA Is Perverting The Idea Of Justice

the UAPA ensuresthrough pernicious procedural rulesthat even if a person accused under the Act is ultimately acquitted, she suffers the punishment of the process

INTERNATIONAL LAW

Supreme Court Deals Major Blow To Felons' Right To Vote In Florida

 

US Supreme court upheld the paying to vote system. The judgment will affect many felons right to vote affecting the cherished principle of Universal suffrage