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Sedition Law used to suppress dissent

Sedition Law used to suppress dissent

In a democracy, freedom of speech and expression is important. The cornerstone of a democratic society is an undisturbed word creation in an open forum. This right is imperative to prevent the suppre...
Legal Rights of Transgender

Legal Rights of Transgender

The growing need for witness protection in India

The growing need for witness protection in India

Dying Declaration- Hathras Case.

Dying Declaration- Hathras Case.

Abusive Childhood: Tainted Adulthood

Abusive Childhood: Tainted Adulthood

COVID-19 and Law

The Shadow Pandemic: An upsurge in Domestic Violence

The Shadow Pandemic: An upsurge in Domestic Violence

INTRODUCTION As the coronavirus spread from its point of origin in Wuhan, China, late in 2019, the United Nations in April warned about the shadow pandemic, an increase in the rates of domestic violence against women. The terminology ‘lockdown’ itself is quite confusing and m...

Women and Law

Woman’s Right to Shared Household under the Domestic Violence Act

Woman’s Right to Shared Household under the Domestic Violence Act

INTRODUCTION: India is a developing nation. Developing not only economically but also socially. With the country’s evolving history, these developments are almost necessary. These changes impact a lot of other things like the standard of living to an extent it even creates an...
Daughter’s Equal Right on Ancestral Property

Daughter’s Equal Right on Ancestral Property

Custodial Rape

Custodial Rape

A New Era of Surrogacy in India

A New Era of Surrogacy in India

Leave to Bleed: The Menstrual Leave Policy Debate

Leave to Bleed: The Menstrual Leave Policy Debate

Sex Workers In India: A Socio-Legal Perspective

Sex Workers In India: A Socio-Legal Perspective

Baby Manji Case Analysis and Surrogacy in India

Baby Manji Case Analysis and Surrogacy in India

International Law

Standard Of Proof In International Adjudication

Standard Of Proof In International Adjudication

Introduction Standard of Proof is defined to be the level of certainty and the degree of evidence necessary to establish proof in proceeding. The term ‘evidence’ in both domestic as well as international law is construed as a means of establishing factual claims, however, the...
3rd Port Shipment in UAE

3rd Port Shipment in UAE

VAT Penalty Reconsideration in UAE

VAT Penalty Reconsideration in UAE

Technology and Law

Legality of Docusign in India

Legality of Docusign in India

Safe and Ethical Artificial Intelligence Policy – Industrial Revolution 4.0, Tamil Nadu in High Gear?

Safe and Ethical Artificial Intelligence Policy – Industrial Revolution 4.0, Tamil Nadu in High Gear?

Drone Hijacking: The Modern-Day Mayhem

Drone Hijacking: The Modern-Day Mayhem

Media Trial in India

Media Trial in India

Criminal Law

Reconceptualising the term ‘Rape’

Reconceptualising the term ‘Rape’

State Police versus Central Bureau of Investigation

State Police versus Central Bureau of Investigation

Section 144 of Cr.P.C.: Becoming A Tool of Muffling Dissent?

Section 144 of Cr.P.C.: Becoming A Tool of Muffling Dissent?

The Concept of Dying Declaration

The Concept of Dying Declaration

Human Rights

Legal Rights of Transgender

Legal Rights of Transgender

The Cloning Dilemma

The Cloning Dilemma

Analysis of A.K. Roy Case: Preventive Detention vs. President’s Satisfaction

Analysis of A.K. Roy Case: Preventive Detention vs. President’s Satisfaction

Over the Rainbow

Over the Rainbow