• Hate Speech Laws in India
    Speech that carries no meaning other than the expression of hatred for some group, such as a particular race, especially in circumstances in which the communication is likely to provoke violence, as defined under Black’s Law dictionary. Every democratic country gives its citizen the right to freedom of speech and expression. The question here is […]
  • Laws on Perjury in India
    “There is no excuse for perjury. There is truth, and truth demands respect. “ -Kenneth Star In layman’s term, perjury is as offense of lying when you are under oath to speak the truth. Chapter IX “of false evidence and offenses against public justice” of Indian Penal Code, 1860 defines perjury under Section 191. Section […]
    The Indian Government, with an objective to tackle any threat or distress posted by Covid 19 Pandemic has found public trust under the name of Prime Minister’s citizen assistance and relief in emergency situation funds better referred to as PM cares funds. Additionally, to the PRIME MINISTER NATIONAL RELIEF FUND (PMNRF) and therefore national defense […]
    The property rights of Indian women are unequal and unfair while they need come an extended way ahead within the last century. Indian women still get less rights in property in term of quality and quantity. Daughter must tend equal rights as sons. Daughter remains a loving daughter throughout the life. The main scheme of […]
    Terrorism in India consistent with Global Terrorism Index 2017, the amount of deaths thanks to terrorism in India between 2000 and 2016 is 8238.Terrorism in India has grown to an excellent extent within the last 20 years. The bomb blast and attacks in many cities like Jaipur, Mumbai, Allahabad, Bangalore, etc. These attacks are outraged […]
  • CONTEMPT OF COURT (Case Study)
    A criminal contempt: – Prashant Bhushan guilty tweet based on distorted facts. Advocate and activist Prashant Bhushan, held guilty of contempt of court on August 14 for two tweets against present Chief Justice SA Bode and past four CJIs which the Supreme Court found was based on distorted facts and amounted to a scurrilous and […]
  • The contribution of the Keshvananda Bharti case.
    In this case Keshavnanda Bharati[1] had challenged Kerala reform law nearly four decades court set the principle that the supreme court is a guardian of the essential structure of the constitution of India and therefore the verdict involved 13 judges, the most important bench ever to take a sit within the apex court. The apex […]
  • Shree Padmanabhaswamy Temple Case: Safe-Guarding Rights and Protecting Faith
    On 13th July 2020, every devotee’s, as well as Travancore royals’ eyes, were on the two-judge bench of the Supreme Court which was to deliver its judgement in the Padmanabhaswamy Temple case. For the former, it was a question of their faith and for the latter a battle for their rights. The case had been pending before the […]
  • Drug abuse and the development of drug laws in India
    Narcotics drugs and psychotropic substance have been regarded as one of the worst enemies of the human through centuries and continued to be regarded so as in this technological and scientific age. Drug abuse and drug trafficking is a global phenomenon, has acquired the dimension of an epidemic, affects the economic policies of the state, […]
  • Stateless Children: How Do We End the Conundrum of ‘Right to Have Rights’?
    Protecting Stateless Children: Are we doing enough? The growing menace of statelessness is not an alien concept to legal fraternity which recognizes it as one of the the major sources of rights violations across the globe. Stateless people are those who are “not recognized as nationals by any State under the operation of its law.” As per reports, […]
  • Article 370 – Legal Dimensions
              India has always been diverse in its culture and religion ever since its existence. During the time of the independence and partition between India and Pakistan, apart from the concerns regarding the reintegration and accession of princely states, accession of Jammu & Kashmir was a major issue. Because of its political instability and since […]
    India since the ancient times has been a country where animals are not only treated with respect, but they are worshipped. Whether it’s Cow, tiger, lion, snake or elephant Our Hindu Mythology has taught us to worship them all. Mahatma Gandhi said: “The greatness of a nation and its moral progress can be judged by […]
  • Should there be a limit to Media freedom or freedom of press…?
    There are legal limits, for instance, to what proportion protection a reporter can provide a confidential source. Absolute freedom of speech can harm people’s sentiments and emotions very easily. Absolute freedom of speech could encourage acts of social harassing, cyber bullying etc. These days the web has become a serious source for people to easily […]
  • Does Kamala Harris nomination show India’s representation in U.S. politics?
    Harris, who has roots in India on her mother’s side and in Jamaica on her father’s side, is the first woman of Indian and African descent to run for the post of vice president. Like most other key leaders of both the Democratic and Republican parties, she has batted for stronger India-US relations. During her […]
  • Media Trials..!!
    It has become very normal these days that we see media intervention in under trial cases. Due to media criticism, judges also feel compelled to take the decisions accordingly. Declaration on an issue by the media becomes the final verdict in the trial courts and this happens mostly in high profile cases. It is essential […]
  • Religious Intolerance- a truth or myth?
    India, the world’s second most populist country with more than 1.3 billion people, is religiously pluralistic and multi-ethnic democracy who’s Constitution ensures its citizens the freedom of conscience and right to freely profess, practice and propagate religion. Despite India being the cradle of four world religions namely- Hinduism, Buddhism, Sikhism and Jainism ranks as the […]
  • On LGBTQ Adoption And Legal Reform: The Fight For The Community Is Still Not Over….
    In India, people belonging to the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer (LGBTQ) community face many legal and social difficulties that are not experienced by others. Though the country has repealed its colonial-era laws that directly discriminated against gay sex and transgender identification, even then many legal protections have not been provided for which includes adoption rights as well. The […]
  • Glances of the past where humanity suffered from in-humanness…!
    A historical glance of humanitarian principal: – When one opens the treasures of the past one sees immense cruelty and destruction all around the world. Many innocent ones got the end of their life as soon as the dusk of the day. Many wanted to maintain peace, many wanted to overthrow others, some had hidden […]
             Chapter 7 of the Indian Evidence Act, 1872 talks about burden of proof and presumption. According to Section 101- whenever a person desires the court to give judgment depending on the facts that he asserts, then he must prove that those facts exist. When a person is bound to prove the existence of these […]
  • E-Commerce In India: The Urgent Need For A Better Legal And Regulatory Framework.
    What Is E-commerce? Any form of business transaction that is done online or virtually through the internet comes under e-commerce. The most common example of e-commerce can be online shopping (shopping from Amazon, Myntra, and Shein, etc). It can also entail other types of activities such as online auctions, payment gateways, online ticketing, and internet […]