Judicial Review of Personal Laws under the Indian Constitution By Vatsala Khandelwal

Judicial Review of Personal Laws under the Indian Constitution BY Vatsala Khandelwal B.A., LL.B. (Hons.) – 2014 20141387   Post-independence, an explicit provision in the Indian Constitution enabling judicial review, was considered quite significant for its presupposition of the prevalence of rule of law. Article 13(2) clearly states that any...

Judicial Activism: A Vigorous Campaign to Bring Justice

Judicial Activism: A Vigorous Campaign to Bring Justice BY Prashant Tripathi &  Slesha Sukriti Author: Prashant Tripathi* B.A., LL.B(Hons) IV Year Co- Author: Slesha Sukriti** B.A., LL.B(Hons) V Year Seedling School of Law & Governance Jaipur National University, Jaipur.   Introduction: According to Collins English Dictionary activism is “a policy of taking direct and...

UNIFORM CIVIL CODE & THE INDIAN JUDICIARY By Atish Chakraborty

UNIFORM CIVIL CODE & THE INDIAN JUDICIARY  Atish Chakraborty “Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere”- Martin Luther King Part IV of the Indian Constitution provides for Directive Principles of State Policy. Though these principles are guidelines and are not enforceable in a court of law...

“Born in Brothels” An Overview on Laws Governing Prostitution in India BY Slesha Sukriti, Law Students

“BORN IN BROTHELS” AN OVERVIEW ON LAWS GOVERNING PROSTITUTION IN INDIA Author: Slesha Sukriti (9TH Sem B.A.LL.B Hons)  Seedling School Of Law And Governance, Jaipur National University Main Headings: From time immemorial, prostitution has been practiced in our society and people have used brothels in every emotion known...

‘Right to Die – India and around the world’ BY Dipika Mahale, ILS Law College, Pune

Right to Die – India and around the world Author: Dipika Mahale, ILS Law College, Pune “I’m not afraid of being dead. I’m just afraid of what might have to go through to get there.” -Pamela Bone. We are living in the world where you choose country, choose your...

“Importance of Internship for Law Students at Law Firms” BY Malvikka Arya

Importance of Internship for Law Students at Law Firms BY Malvikka Arya               University School of Law and Legal studies, IP University, Delhi Importance of Internship for Law Students: Internships are essential part of student’s development and overall growth. It has...

“Future of Legal Education In India!” BY Shruti Verma

"Future of Legal Education In India!" Author: Shruti Verma, Delhi Metropolitan Education, GGS, IP University     The legal profession in India has undergone various changes over the last few decades. Nowadays the law aspirants not only figure themselves in courts but mark the presence in various corporate houses,...

“Importance of Internship for Law Students At Various Places” BY Crenzia Rubina Pereira, Law Student

Article  Importance of  Internship for Law Students  At Various Places Author: Crenzia Rubina Pereira, V.M. Salgaocar college of Law, Miramar GOA SUB THEME: INTERNSHIP AT LAW FIRM Ignorance is the curse of God; knowledge is the wing wherewith we fly to heaven.-William Shakespeare As rightly pointed out by the legend of literature that...

Dowry Laws: loopholes and possibilities of misuse BY Dipika Mahale, ILS Law College, Pune

Dowry Laws: loopholes and possibilities of misuse BY  Author: Dipika Mahale, ILS Law College, Pune Dowry is the basic cause of the crime against women. Dowry is an amount of property or money brought by a bride to husband for their marriage. The dowry is easy money...

“When Male are Victims of Domestic Violence” By Mugdha, Student of Law

Article When Male are Victims of Domestic Violence Author: MUGDHA, LLB (SIX SEMESTER), LLC Greater Noida When we discuss domestic violence, it is often assumed that "the victims are women". The less-told story is that a striking number of men are victims too, suffering physical, mental and sexual abuse...

Misuse of Section 354 By Debajyoti Saha and Arindam Baruah 5th Year BBALLB and 4th Year BA LLB School of Law Christ, Bangalore

Misuse of Section 354 By Debajyoti Saha and Arindam Baruah 5th Year BBALLB and 4th Year BA LLB School of Law Christ, Bangalore   The Indian Penal Code, 1860 is the substantive law that lays down the offences and the punishments therein.  Despite being an archaic...

How to file an RTI Under RTI Act, 2005 BY Gunjan Bhagchandani

HOW TO FILE AN RTI UNDER RTI ACT, 2005: DEALT UNDER SECTION 6 OF THE ACT, 2005. Author: Gunjan Bhagchandani, 7th  Semester,  Faculty of Law, Lucknow University “INDIA IS A DEMOCRATIC COUNTRY, WHICH HAS GOVERNMENT FOR THE PROPLE, BY THE PEOPLE AND OF THE PEOPLE” Right to Information...

COULD INDIA AND PAKISTAN UNITE AGAIN? By Ekta Rao

COULD INDIA AND PAKISTAN UNITE AGAIN? Author: Ekta Rao, Jamnalal Bajaj School Of Legal Studies, Banasthali University, Rajasthan Having been a republic for more than 6 decades and having assumed a national identity, it would be a rather painful prospect for any country to agree to “merge” with its...

In What Situations Women have a Right to Abortion? BY Priyanka, Law Student

          In What Situations Women have a            Right to Abortion? BY Priyanka The Indian Penal Code 1860 made abortion a Criminal Offence under. Sec 312 of IPC 1860 relates to unlawful termination of pregnancy. Here under IPC the framers of code...

Importance of National Crime Records Bureau(NCRB)

IMPORTANCE OF NATIONAL CRIME RECORDS BUREAU(NCRB) About Author: Abhishek Wadhwa, 2nd Year, LLB, LLC Greater Noida National Crime Records Bureau is an organisation governed by or is under the jurisdiction of Government of India. It was framed on 11th March, 1986. Main function of National Crime...

A Case Commentary on Sabarimala Judgment by Harsh Mishra

A Case Commentary on Sabarimala Judgment by Harsh Mishra Petitioner(s)- Indian Young Lawyers Association & Ors. Respondent(s)- The State of Kerala & Ors. WRIT PETITION (CIVIL) NO. 373 OF 2006 Bench (Assenting)- Dipak Mishra, CJI, A.M. Khanwilkar, J, R.F. Nariman, J, D.Y. Chandrachud (Dissenting)- Indu Malhotra, J. On October 24th...

OMBUDSMAN- A CRITICAL ANALYSIS BY SHIPRA & SOHAM BANDYOPADHYAY

OMBUDSMAN- A CRITICAL ANALYSIS BY SHIPRA & SOHAM BANDYOPADHYAY An ombudsman or public advocate is usually appointed by the government or by parliament, but with a significant degree of independence, who is charged with representing the interests of the public by investigating and addressing complaints of maladministration...

“IMPORTANCE OF INTERNSHIP FOR LAW STUDENT AT NGO” BY SHUBHANGI SHARMA, LLC, GREATER NOIDA

IMPORTANCE OF INTERNSHIP FOR LAW  STUDENT AT NGO BY SHUBHANGI SHARMA LLC, GREATER NOIDA Internship is an important part of academic curriculum because they help one gain practical knowledge and experience required to excel in their respective fields. Legal internships are not an exception to this rule....

‘India has reached to it’s horizon but yet it has to achieve the skies.’ BY Suyogya Awasthy, Prakhar Srivastava, NLU Vizag

‘India has reached to it’s horizon but yet it has to achieve the skies.’ BY Suyogya Awasthy, Prakhar Srivastava, NLU Vizag Author:  Suyogya Awasthy, NLU Vizag Co-Author:  Prakhar Srivastava, NLU Vizag                                        ...