TOP 3 READS OF THE MONTH
The world is reeling from the Covid-19 crisis. The governments all over the world are taking steps to control the spread of the disease. This included the cancelling of large gatherings of people.
The need for stricter and efficient environmental laws has become imperative in the present age of climate change. Administrations, on a domestic and a global level need to formulate policies that reduce their carbon footprint and the per capita emissions of greenhouse gases.
The study of this article aims to acknowledge the struggle of the third gender in the Indian society. LGBTQ+ (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Queer and other identities) has come up as a new generation globally and most of the countries have been persuaded by their presence.
- INTIMATE PARTNER VIOLENCE AND DOMESTIC VIOLENCE IN THE LGBTQ COMMUNITYAbstract: The members of the LGBTQ community, just like any other member of the society, are prone to being physically abused by their partner. While movement against domestic violence in heterosexual communities has gained momentum in the past few years, the deplorable condition of the LGBTQ community is always undermined and never brought to the … Continue reading INTIMATE PARTNER VIOLENCE AND DOMESTIC VIOLENCE IN THE LGBTQ COMMUNITY
- COLLABORATIVE FEDERALISM: THE YELLOW BRICK ROAD OUT OF THE PANDEMICAbstract The COVID-19 pandemic has rocked national governments with an unfathomable impetus. With India struggling to control the spread of infection, this article aims to explore one domain of this struggle; Ineffective Federalism. The split-up of powers between the Centre and the States has caused an endeavour for autonomy which has, in turn, acted as … Continue reading COLLABORATIVE FEDERALISM: THE YELLOW BRICK ROAD OUT OF THE PANDEMIC
- CRITICAL ANALYSIS OF THE AMENDMENTS MADE IN IBC- 16, ATTRIBUTABLE TO THE CRITICAL PANDEMIC, COVID-19ABSTRACT This article focuses on the changes that have been made in the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code, 2016 due to covid-19 pandemic. Five major policy changes have been listed out in this article which has caused a lot of stir in the banking sector. These Policy changes have been critically analysed from both the creditors’ … Continue reading CRITICAL ANALYSIS OF THE AMENDMENTS MADE IN IBC- 16, ATTRIBUTABLE TO THE CRITICAL PANDEMIC, COVID-19
- INCLUSIVITY IN INDIAN ARMED FORCESABSTRACT LGBTQ community has been subjected to a lot of discrimination from the past few years; the Armed Forces are no way behind. Firstly, I have discussed the strict rules for homosexuals in the Indian Military forces, discussing the various statutes which mention it indirectly. Further, I have reviewed the timeline of the decriminalization of … Continue reading INCLUSIVITY IN INDIAN ARMED FORCES
- MEDIA TRIALS: VERDICT BASED ON SPECULATIONSAbstract “The Country deserves to know, why Mr X isn’t punished yet?” an anchor screaming such words at the top of his voice on the television, tends to make viewers believe that Mr X is a criminal. As the media plays a massive role in shaping people’s opinion. But who decides this? Who gave this … Continue reading MEDIA TRIALS: VERDICT BASED ON SPECULATIONS
- Police Brutality and Violence in India: Miserable Failure of the Law and OrderAbstract The recent incidents of police brutalities that took place in the past few months have raised an essential question as far as the extent of police authority is concerned. Be it the recent torture and murder case of Jayaraj and Bennix in Tamil Nadu, the use of force and violence by police officers against … Continue reading Police Brutality and Violence in India: Miserable Failure of the Law and Order
- Tata Mistry Tussle: The Classic Corporate Governance EpisodeAbstract Cather wood defines ‘corporate governance’ as, management by the company of its business in such a manner that it is accountable and responsible to its shareholders. The need to intensify this accountability has attracted expansive attention. In the recent past, the corporate instability between Tata and Mistry has induced new dimensions to the concept … Continue reading Tata Mistry Tussle: The Classic Corporate Governance Episode
- ONLINE DISPUTE RESOLUTION: THE NEW ALTERNATIVE TO ALTERNATIVE DISPUTE RESOLUTIONABSTRACT The article sheds light on the importance of the Online Dispute Resolution mechanism in India in the distressing times of Covid-19 and the way forward. It presents an overview of ODR and stages of an ODR proceeding. It discusses the legality of ODR in India and the laws supporting it. The article is informative … Continue reading ONLINE DISPUTE RESOLUTION: THE NEW ALTERNATIVE TO ALTERNATIVE DISPUTE RESOLUTION
- DISPROPORTIONATE CONDUCT OF MEDIA AMIDST COVID 19: THE TABLIGHI EPISODEABSTRACT The freedom of speech guaranteed to the media under Article 19(1) (a) of the Constitution has always been in question. Since the base of media is public consciousness and it deals in moral principles thus, it plays a significant role in the construction and circulation of social understanding and social symbolism in contemporary society. The … Continue reading DISPROPORTIONATE CONDUCT OF MEDIA AMIDST COVID 19: THE TABLIGHI EPISODE
- RIGHTS OF PRISONERSABSTRACT: Most importantly, the point that ought to be put upon the table is that conviction for a wrong-doing doesn’t lessen a person into a non-person. There is a trend in the country where some officials take undue advantage of their posts or power by exploiting the convict before he even gets rebuffed by law. … Continue reading RIGHTS OF PRISONERS
- HORIZONTAL APPLICATION OF PRIVACY RIGHTS IN INDIA: VILASINI V. STATE OF KERALAABSTRACT “Every democratic country sanctifies domestic life; it is expected to give them rest, physical happiness, peace of mind and security” said Justice Subba Rao in his dissenting opinion in Kharak Singh v. State of UP in 1964. Fifty-three years later, in the Puttaswamy judgment, the Supreme Court held the fundamental right to privacy emanating … Continue reading HORIZONTAL APPLICATION OF PRIVACY RIGHTS IN INDIA: VILASINI V. STATE OF KERALA
- Bihar’s Stranded Migrant Workers Crisis and it’s Root CauseABSTRACT The outbreak of Covid-19 in India was marked by its first case being reported on 30 January, 2020 and government fearing the rate at which this virus can multiply and engulf the entire nation into its grip and also considering the health care infrastructure in the country, was forced to put the country into … Continue reading Bihar’s Stranded Migrant Workers Crisis and it’s Root Cause
TOP 3 AUTHORS OF THE MONTH
|S.No.||POSITION||NAME OF THE INDIVIDUAL||NAME OF INSTITUTE|
|2.||2.||Mahak Paliwal||Symbiosis Law School Pune|
|3.||3.||Dhvani Shah||Gujrat National Law University|
|4.||3.||Megha Mehata||Gujrat National Law University|
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