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Supreme Court stays MP High Court order for directing virtual campaigning in elections.

The Madhya Pradesh High Court order calling for political parties to conduct the virtual campaigning for the upcoming...

Law Student’s Plea challenging BCI Guidelines on Intermediary Exams: Bombay HC seeks response from Bar Council Of Maharashtra & Goa

The Bombay High Court on Thursday (22nd October) directed to implead the Bar Council of Maharashtra and...

Joint committee of Parliament summons social media giants Facebook, Twitter: sources

New Delhi (ILNS): A joint committee of Parliament on the issue of protection of records and its privacy has issued summons to...

Delhi High Court: No further extension of interim orders in civil cases; undertrials in heinous crimes to surrender

The Delhi High Court has directed that there shall be no further extension of interim orders passed...

Allahabad High Court dismisses plea seeking Phone Facility for a Prisoner in Jail

The Allahabad High Court on Tuesday (20th October), delivered an order which made it clear that a...

Column

Appropriate art and fair use

by Shreya Mishra Appropriate art and fair use The US Court of Appeals for...

Cyber law

by Shreya Mishra What is Cyber Law? Digital law resembles...

Sarogacy : issues and perspective

MEANING AND REASONS OF SURROGACY :Surrogacy is a strategy for helped proliferation whereby a lady consents to get pregnant for bringing forth...

DROIT ADMINISTRATIF

This is a French term, and can be defined as a body of public law which determines the...

India’s citizenship law 2019

India's citizenship law: what is it and why has it mixed such outrage? Nation is held by...

IPR

Patent law-India patent Act: 2020

In India patent Act India patent Act Patent Prosecution Highway (PPH): A program had...

INDIA AND SOUTH AFRICA MOVES TO WTO FOR WAIVER (IPR)

India and South Africa have asked the World Trade Organisation to seek a waiver in some provisions in the International agreements...

STUDY OF RECENT GI (GEOGRAPHICAL INDICATION) NOTIFICATION OF 26TH AUG, 2020.

Strengthening of GI laws motivates the commercialization of GI products. Make in India campaignis been very strongly dependent on GI growth...

What is Digitalization of Patent Prosecution, using Block chain & AI?

The patent prosecution has developed over the years with the advancement in technology. The changes in the representation of the invention before...

KANDHAMAL HALDI (GI) GETTING AFFECTED BY PANDEMIC

KANDHAMAL HLADI (GI) GETTING AFFECTED BY PANDEMIC - Turmeric of Odisha Introduction : Turmeric of Odisha

Insurance

Automobile coverage

Automobile coverage Types of automobile coverage are:- 1.Automobile Liability insurance: This insurance protects the insured...

What is the need for automobile Insurance

Vehicles are subject to the following hazard which accelerate the need for automobile Insurance: Footpaths: footpaths are surrounded...

Deviation of voyage

The ship must follow the voyage which is mentioned in the policy. If the course is not specified, it must follow the...

Procedure to take out a marine insurance policy

The procedure of taking out a marine insurance policy is straight forward and simple. The procedure involves the following steps:

Important clauses in marine insurance

A marine insurance policy has a different type of clauses which is issued to meet the requirements of insured which are incorporated...

Know Your Rights

Rights of the person with mental illness

Though there has been much awareness about mental health in recent years among youth, there has been still a dogma in the...

RIGHT TO PROTEST FOR OUR RIGHTS

                                                    INTRODUCTION India is a democratic country and we have the most comprehensive and written Constitution...

Legal Rights of an Accused or Arrested Person: Innocent Until Proven Guilty

“Let hundreds do unpunished but never punish an innocent one.” This is one of the cardinal principles of the criminal law which...

Rights of Minority Communities in India: Constitutional Safeguards

The status of minorities in India has been given to both religious and linguistic minorities. Some of the religious communities include Christians,...

Governance & Company Column

FARMER BILLS 2020

Introduction:Agriculture in India also contributes significantly to gross domestic product (GDP).In the situation of food security, rural employment and environmental techniques...

Will Farm Bills Prove Advantageous To Farmers?

Will Farm Bills Prove Advantageous To Farmers? On September 25, farmers’ organisations across the country gave a call...

Risk Management

Organisations need to be able to manage risk in real-time to be able to deal in times the crisis and rethink their business going forward.

THIRD PARTY LITIGATION FUNDING IN INDIA

Third Party Litigation Funding enables financial assistance to the claimant, for the purposes of litigation, by a third party who is unassociated...

Corporate Governance in India

Corporate governance in India is the application of best management practices This article is presented by Himani Sharma,...

Column

ARTICLE 356

Introduction:If the president is satisfied that a situation has arisen in which the government of the State cannot be carried on in...

Media trial

Case of Media Trial In the exceptionally acclaimed instance of Aarushi Talwar's Murder, 2013, the media had pronounced...

Right to breath clean air is fundamental right: petitioner filed a case in the supreme court on stubble burning 2020.

Right to breath clean air is fundamental right: petitioner filed a case in the supreme court on stubble burning.

Citizenship in India

This article is presented by Himani Sharma, CS Finalist from Institute of Company Secretaries of India Citizenship is the...

Writs under the Indian Constitution

This article is presented by Himani Sharma, CS Finalist from Institute of Company Secretaries of India Anyone whose rights...

Criminal

SEXUAL HARASSMENT AGAINST MALE: POSCO ACT AND LAWS FRAMED

ABSTRACT: SEXUAL HARASSMENT AGAINST MALE Child Sexual Abuse (CSA) is most heinous crime against children and in...

RAPES IN INDIA 2020

Criminological theory, there are three approaches to the etiology of rape with three different focii of attention:(1) the social structural approach,(2) the...

SEDITION LAW IN INDIA

Introduction:Sedition, in simple words, is a crime in attempting by way of speech, action or publication targeting the Sovereign, ministers, officers or...

MEDIA TRIALS AND LAW

Media is considered the fourth pillar of democracy. In a democracy, people’s participation is of utmost importance and their welfare is the...

MARlTAL RAPE

MARlTAL RAPE Section 375 of the Indian Penal Code (IPC) defines rape as a criminal offense and states...

DOMESTIC VIOLENCE IN COVID-19 PANDEMIC

As the COVID-19 pandemic has forced several countries into a lockdown, cases of domestic violence rose at an...

Law of the Land

MARRIAGE WITH SISTER OF AN EXISTING WIFE 2020

INTRODUCTION: MARRIAGE WITH SISTER OF AN EXISTING WIFE Who is a Mohammedan: the essence of Mohammadanism (Islam: Peace)...

MAINTENANCE OF STEP-MOTHER

INTRODUCTION Maintenance of step-mother is provided in Hindu Law. Hindu law refers to the system...

Maintenance of Son’s Wife

INTRODUCTION Maintenance of son's wife is provided in Hindu Adoption and Maintenance Act of...

Doctrine of Separation of Powers

INTRODUCTION Doctrine of Separation of Powers has a premise behind it which is that...

RELEVANCY AND ADMISSIBILITY

This article provides relationship between relevancy and admissibility of an evidence.

Criminal Law

The Indian Penal Code-1860,PUNISHMENT

SECTION-53 Punishments.--The punishments to which offenders are liableunder the provisions of this Code are--First.--Death;2 3 * * *...

Law Relating to the Right of Private Defence

The Indian Penal Code states the law relating to the right of Self Defence/Private Defence under the section 96-106, here a man can partially take the law in his own hands. These provisions provide a man to use certain force legitimately against the wrong-doer in order to protect his body or his own property or also another person's body or another person's property.

The Indian Penal Code 1860-General Explanations

Edited by: Vaani Garg SECTION-6 Throughout this Code every definition of an offence, penal provision and...

LAW OF CRIMINAL CONTEMPT: AGAINST CONSTITUTIONAL PRINCIPLES

criminal contempt in this contemporary era is seen against the constitutional principles and thus restricting the freedom of speech and expression. it is being used by the judges frequently for prohibiting any type of comment against it. this article deals with the need of the law in this era, how other jurisdictions have tackled the law and what can be the amendments that can be made.

The Indian Penal Code 1860-The Preamble

Edited by: Vaani Garg The introductory chapter of the penal code consists of a chapter with five sections. The...

Contract Law

Special Features of Insurance Contract

Edited by: Vaani Garg Contract is an agreement between two parties. In a contract, one person gives a proposal...

Principles of Insurance contracts

Edited by: Vaani Garg The principles of insurance contracts are as follows: 1 Indemnity- This...

Law of Contract – OFFER

Edited by- Vaani Garg Introduction A contract means an agreement which is enforceable by law. An...

Tort Law

NERVOUS SHOCK

Nervous shock is a psychiatric damage imposed upon somebody due to negligent or deliberate actions or lapses...

Negligence in law of Torts

Introduction:  Indian law of torts is based on the English common law. Therefore, the law of negligence is ratified...

ESSENTIALS OF LAW OF TORTS

This article talks about essential elements of law of Tort.

GENERAL PRINCIPLES OF LIABILITY IN TORT

Edited by: Vaani Garg Introduction Torts are primarily civil wrongs which lead to civil damages. These...

Intentional Tort

Intentional Tort is a part of Tort that deals with purpose and intention to commit act. As a reasonable person in the eyes of law, we assume that law protects us all even smallest act that’s done wrong to others with an intention to cause damage or harm.

Case Analysis

CASE ANALYSIS ON : THE OPERATION BLUE STAR CASE 1984

INTRODUCTION: THE OPERATION BLUE STAR CASE Operation blue star was carried out between 1-8 June 1984 to remove...

Keshvanand Bharati Case: A landmark in the Indian Constitutional History

INTRODUCTIONOn the 6th of September, a Hindu monk named Keshvanand Bharati died. He was 79 years old and is a known name...

The State of Uttar Pradesh vs Aman Mittal 2019

This article is written by Janvi Johar, 2nd year student pursuing B.A.LLB (H) from Amity University, Noida.

B.K. Pavitra & Ors v. Union of India & Ors

Case in the Supreme Court of India Petitioner: B.K. Pavitra & Ors. Respondent: Union of India...

Code of Criminal Procedure, The case of RAJESH SHARMA V. STATE OF UP 2017 SC

INTRODUCTION In ancient times, the marriage rites in the Vedic period are associated with Kanyadan. It is laid...