Human rights of the persons with disabilities : Nancy Garg

Human rights of the persons with disabilities India is a nation with diverse languages, regions, religions, caste and class where people have certain freedoms and rights clearly mentioned under the constitution of India. While some define the word “right” as a privilege, when used in the context of “human rights,” whereas the reality is that Read more about Human rights of the persons with disabilities : Nancy Garg[…]

ADMINISTRATION OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM IN INDIA: Pranav Kaushal

INTRODUCTION “Just as medicine treats all patients and all diseases, just as criminology concern itself with all the criminals and all forms of crime, so victimology must concern itself with all the victims and all aspect of victim city in which society takes an interest.” – Nelson Mandela The criminal justice system throughout the world Read more about ADMINISTRATION OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM IN INDIA: Pranav Kaushal[…]

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How a first year law student fights peer pressure?: Nancy Garg

Peer pressure is something that every college student has to face probably in his first year which seems to lead them totally in all the wrong directions. It is the reason why students do “un-cool” things.  I m emphasizing on first year only because you become a little mature after facing certain situations which had Read more about How a first year law student fights peer pressure?: Nancy Garg[…]

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 SECTION 482 OF CRPC: Aishwarya Katkar

Section 482 of Cr.P.C i.e. saving inherent powers of high court deals with the protection of inherent powers of high court to make the necessary order under the code of criminal procedure or to prevent the abuse of the process of any court. It include powers to quash FIR, investigation or any criminal proceedings pending Read more about  SECTION 482 OF CRPC: Aishwarya Katkar[…]

Secularism

Concept Of Secularism And Religious Freedom: Pranav Kaushal

INTRODUCTION India is a pluralistic society and a country of religions. It is inhabited by the people of many religions. The framers of the Constitution of India thus desired to introduce the concept of secularism, meaning state neutrality in all matters of religion. Religious tolerance and equal treatment of all religious groups are essential parts Read more about Concept Of Secularism And Religious Freedom: Pranav Kaushal[…]

child asylum seeker

No Date On The Door- Provision For Child Asylum Seekers: Pranav Kaushal

INTRODUCTION Child asylum seekers are also human beings which are undergoing traumatic experiences. They are the workers and producers in transmit from economic environment to another. They are the political person and find their definition in the political events that they have set them in flight and they pose important questions about the sovereignty, human Read more about No Date On The Door- Provision For Child Asylum Seekers: Pranav Kaushal[…]

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From Disgust To Humanity- Assessing The Futuristic Consequences On Decriminalization Of Homosexuality: Pranav Kaushal

INTRODUCTION- DEFINING THE IDENTITY  “I am what I am, so take me as I am”- Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe The emphasis on the unique being of an individual is the salt of his/her life. Denial of fundamental rights on the basis of individual physical existence is like the same as inviting death. Replacing of individual’s Read more about From Disgust To Humanity- Assessing The Futuristic Consequences On Decriminalization Of Homosexuality: Pranav Kaushal[…]

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Striking Down Section 377: Rewriting History And The Fight For LGBT Rights: Amol Verma

Introduction: The Supreme Court in a landmark judgment for the LGBT community in the nation lifted a British-era ban on gay sex in September 2018.  A five-judge constitution bench which was headed by Chief Justice Dipak Misra had mandated its verdict on 17th of July after hearing different stakeholders for a continuous  period of four Read more about Striking Down Section 377: Rewriting History And The Fight For LGBT Rights: Amol Verma[…]

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Should Death Penalty Be Abolished?: Amol Verma

Historical Background and the debate surrounding regarding the abolition of Death Penalty In the year 1931, an attempt was made to introduce in the Central Legislative Assembly a Bill that will abolish the death penalty for offences under the Indian Penal Code by Babu Gaya Prasad Singh, an elected member from the state of Bihar. Read more about Should Death Penalty Be Abolished?: Amol Verma[…]

Article 21

Article 21: Does Right To Life Includes Right To Die: Pranav Kumar Kaushal

INTRODUCTION “One short sleep past, we take eternally, and death shall be no more; death, thou shalt die”. – John Donne. Life and death are the two entirely different concepts which have attracted the attention of many different scholars, thinkers, philosophers and writers to define and describe them. Many attempts have been made or undertaken Read more about Article 21: Does Right To Life Includes Right To Die: Pranav Kumar Kaushal[…]