16 Shares | Jan 15, 2018
Whose Choice Is It Anyway?
Giving birth is one of the most beautiful experiences of a woman’s life. Although initially painful, the joy of bringing a new life into the world supersedes all the physical hurt and the long hours of...Read more
4 Shares | Jan 4, 2018
Madhya pradesh's dand vidhi vidheyak 2017
Capital Punishment. This term in itself is hefty and entails an embodiment of the spirit of the law of a country. It is legally authorized killing of a person as a punishment for a crime that has been...Read more
7 Shares | Oct 11, 2017
A week of strong commandments
Excuse the pun of the title, but the week that went by, might just go down in history as the single most powerful week for the Indian Judiciary in the history of this country. A charged up CJI and his pack of...Read more
45 Shares | Sep 18, 2017
RIGHT TO PRIVACY: A LONG BATTLE WON.
Two years ago, on August 11, 2015, the then Attorney-General of India, Mukul Rohatgi, had declared that the constitution of India doesn’t guarantee any fundamental right to privacy and right to privacy...Read more
1 Shares | Jul 14, 2017
Triple talaq, that is, the instant divorce under Muslim personal law comprises three forms of talaq: Ahsan, Hasan and Talaq-e-Biddat. The first two, that is, the Ahsan and Hasan are revocable. However,...Read more
0 Shares | May 22, 2017
Is there rationality in continuing AFSPA?
The Armed Forces Special Powers Act (AFSPA) was passed by the Indian government in 1958 to effectively tackle the rising problem of insurgency in the Naga districts of Assam. AFSPA, in the...Read more
72 Shares | Mar 18, 2017
Intellectual Property Rights: An Overview
Intellectual Property in India
In India, the first post-independence copyright legislation was made with the Copyright Act, 1957 and as amended by the Copyright Amendment Act, 2012. Literary, music,...Read more
20 Shares | Feb 28, 2017
Article 356 : Discretion Misused.
"If at all they are brought into operation, I hope the President, who is endowed with these powers, will take proper precautions before actually suspending the administration of the provinces." The principal...Read more