Abstract The basic purpose of this blog is to bring into light the difficulty as faced by the victim due to stereotypical ideologies of the judges trying their cases. In this blog, we have discussed, by means of a study and certain cases, various comments by the judges which are quintessentially sexist and misogynistic. This … Continue reading Judgements Moored To Gender Stereotypes That Proselytize Sexism
Abstract: In India, the Medical Termination of Pregnancy Act, 1971 came in a time when discussions about women’s reproductive health were still in a nascent stage across the world, but the law has gotten quite obsolete in the present times. With 15.6 million abortions taking place in India per year of which 78 per cent … Continue reading Is India’s New Liberal Abortion Law Truly “Liberal”?
ABSTRACT The spread of coronavirus has shaken not just India but almost every country in the world. Even though every individual is affected by the economic fall, the psychological effect is much larger. While for some it is just rising numbers in losses others are finding it difficult to fight this mental battle for survival. … Continue reading COVID-19: A Trigger To Mental Health
Abstract The article is based on the recent amendment that took place in the Consumer Protection Act, 2019. The amendment has played a pivotal role in changing the marketing strategies of the business enterprises by prohibiting business enterprises to make false claims about their product. The Act also cover the E-Commerce platforms as well. Two … Continue reading Marketing & E- Commerce Under The Purview Of Consumer Protection Act, 2019
ABSTRACT Article 123 and Article 213 of the Indian Constitution vest law-making powers in the hands of the President and the governors respectively to issue an ordinance which shall have a similar effect like any other Acts passed by the Indian Parliament. The aspect of urgency for the executive to step into the matter of … Continue reading How The Ordinance Making Power Of The Executive Affects The Independence Of The Legislature?
Abstract The utility of crypto-currency had always been a juncture of dispute due to its mysterious and unsettled legal position. But, the recent judgment of Supreme Court has opened up new avenues for crypto-currencies in India and thus, in recent times, crypto-currencies have been reaping a lot of attention and are gradually becoming the talk … Continue reading Analysis Of The Current Legal Standing Of Crypto-Currency In India
Abstract This article deals with some basic concepts of the law of evidence. Here, we are elaborating on the doctrine of Res gestae and dying declaration under section 6 and section 32 of The Indian Evidence Act, 1872 respectively. The law of evidence is a procedural law, in which if there is any absurdity, it … Continue reading Critical & Comparative Analysis Of Doctrine Of Res Gestae & Dying Declaration
Abstract Today, numerous commercial disputes are submitted to arbitration. Many times certain circumstances arise wherein a party needs a specific urgent relief so as to prevent a greater loss in the future. Emergency arbitration is a process in which a party can obtain an urgent relief before the constitution of the arbitral tribunal. In the … Continue reading The Need For Emergency Arbitration In India In The COVID-19 Predicament
Abstract The Churches of South India (CSI) Trust Association (in short, ‘The Company’) is a public charitable trust registered under Section 25 of the Companies Act, 2013 for the promotion of religion and other charitable purposes. As the primary object of any religious charitable institution, the company aims at giving monetary assistance to societies, hostels, … Continue reading Should Religious Boards Be Incorporated?
Abstract: Copyright is an exclusive legal right vested in the owner of a work which maybe an artistic, literary, dramatic, musical, cinematograph piece or any other. It’s a unique Intellectual Property Right as it protects one’s work without registration, and is born from the point of creation. Hence, registration though advisable, is not compulsory. Though … Continue reading Copyright Infringement: A Cognizable Offence Or A Non-Cognizable Offence?
Discrimination Based On Sexual Orientation In The Light Of Article 15 And Supreme Court Judgement Of Navtej Singh Johar Case
ABSTRACT “The world is full of magical things patiently waiting for our wits to grow sharper.” Bertrand Russell Evolution of human beings has taken over millions of years. LGBTQ Community may be one such evolution. LGBTQ Community is not a community which has arisen suddenly, but it can be said that the community has started … Continue reading Discrimination Based On Sexual Orientation In The Light Of Article 15 And Supreme Court Judgement Of Navtej Singh Johar Case
ABSTRACT In the contemporary times, world is moving towards working on individual rights and everyone wants freedom in his/her life that no one should enter and interfere while taking individual decisions. The issues regarding the freedom of bisexuals or homosexuals are ignored by many countries including India. People face discrimination based on their orientation on … Continue reading Discrimination Based On Sexual Orientation
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