TRADITIONAL FORM OF DISCRIMINATION: PRANAV KAUSHAL

TRADITIONAL FORM OF DISCRIMINATION “We all live in that universe that is characterized by the word ‘Diversity’. There is not just one planet or one star, but there are galaxies of all different sorts, a plethora of animal species, and different kinds of plants, and different races and ethnic groups. God shows us even with Read more about TRADITIONAL FORM OF DISCRIMINATION: PRANAV KAUSHAL[…]

SHOULD A RAPE CONVICTED GET DEATH PENALTY?:AISHWARYA KATKAR

It’s sad how our society contradicts their own statements, on the one hand, they say women represent “Maa Durga” and on the other hand they demean and disrespect women by presenting such heinous acts of rape and molestation, on one hand, they support the victim to show socialism and on the other hand they advocate Read more about SHOULD A RAPE CONVICTED GET DEATH PENALTY?:AISHWARYA KATKAR[…]

Importance of Internship for Law Student: Aishwarya Katkar

In order to gain proper knowledge of the law, one must have practical knowledge of the procedures. It’s true that theoretical knowledge is important but just theory is not enough important is to know where the actual section must be applied. And for such knowledge, one must have the practical lookout towards the case, since Read more about Importance of Internship for Law Student: Aishwarya Katkar[…]

AFSPA – Law or Flaw? : Nancy Garg

INTRODUCTION AFSPA refers to Armed Forces special powers Act which confers some special powers to the Indian Armed Forces. It provides legal immunity to army officers for their actions being done at the disturbed areas. It was the Britishers who had started the armed forces special powers ordinance in 1942 mainly to suppress the Quit Read more about AFSPA – Law or Flaw? : Nancy Garg[…]

PRISONER RIGHTS: INDIAN CONSTITUTIONAL PERSPECTIVE: PRANAV KAUSHAL

PRISONER RIGHTS: INDIAN CONSTITUTIONAL PERSPECTIVE “Conviction for crime does not reduce the person into a non person, whose rights are subject to the whim of the prison administration and therefore, the imposition of any major punishment within the prison system is conditional upon the absence of procedural safeguards”. The fundamental rights guaranteed under the Indian Read more about PRISONER RIGHTS: INDIAN CONSTITUTIONAL PERSPECTIVE: PRANAV KAUSHAL[…]

Provisions relating FIR : Nancy Garg

INTRODUCTION FIR refers to First Important Report which means the information, by whomsoever given, to the officer in charge of a police station in relation to the commission of a cognizable offence and which is first in point of time and on the strength of which the investigation into that offence is commenced. Section 154 Read more about Provisions relating FIR : Nancy Garg[…]

JOURNALISTIC ETHICS (MEDIA TRIALS): PRANAV KAUSHAL

INTRODUCTION In the modern era of nationalism of 21st century the role of media has been considered important from the viewpoint that media is regarded as one of the pillars of the democracy. Media plays the most crucial and vital role in moulding the opinion of the society and has the ability to mould the Read more about JOURNALISTIC ETHICS (MEDIA TRIALS): PRANAV KAUSHAL[…]

RIGHT TO EDUCATION A FUNDAMENTAL RIGHT (ARTICLE 21 A): PRANAV KAUSHAL

RIGHT TO EDUCATION A FUNDAMENTAL RIGHT (ARTICLE 21 A) The Constitution (86th Amendment) Act,2002 has added a new Article 21 A after Article 21 and has made education for all children of the age of 6 to 14 years a Fundamental Right. It provides that “The State shall provide free and compulsory education to all Read more about RIGHT TO EDUCATION A FUNDAMENTAL RIGHT (ARTICLE 21 A): PRANAV KAUSHAL[…]

Does section 53A of Cr.P.C violates Right of privacy?: Aishwarya Katkar

Recently Kerala High court passed a judgement related to section 53A of Code of Criminal Procedure, which provides the potency test of the rape accused. The section further provides, when a person is arrested on a charge of committing an offence of rape or an attempt to commit rape and there are reasonable grounds for Read more about Does section 53A of Cr.P.C violates Right of privacy?: Aishwarya Katkar[…]

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THE SEXUAL HARASSMENT OF WOMEN AT WORKPLACE (PREVENTION, PROHIBITION AND REDRESSAL) ACT, 2013: SUBHASRI CHATTERJEE

Women‘s right and well-being are under threat all the time, either within the family or outside its confines. One such harassment is Sexual Harassment, which is the oldest and the most common form of harassment used by men to show their dominance over a woman or girl simply because of her gender and her vulnerability. Read more about THE SEXUAL HARASSMENT OF WOMEN AT WORKPLACE (PREVENTION, PROHIBITION AND REDRESSAL) ACT, 2013: SUBHASRI CHATTERJEE[…]