Posted on: November 29, 2021 Posted by: admin Comments: 0

DUALITY OF INDIAN LAWS : MARITAL RAPE by Reshma Katragadda & Rachana Shukla

Author: Reshma Katragadda, Student at Manipal University, Jaipur Co-Author: Rachana Shukla, Student at Manipal University, Jaipur INTRODUCTION The definition of Rape which has been mentioned in Section 375 of Indian Penal Code, which has involved all types of non-consensual activity with women and criminalized these activities, but has excluded that Marital Rape with the Exception 2. The non-criminalization of Marital Rape has been taken from the British Era. As everyone…

Posted on: November 28, 2021 Posted by: admin Comments: 0

DOCTRINE OF SEPARATION OF POWERS by Shrutimanjari Singh

Author: Shrutimanjari Singh, Student at KIIT School of Law, Bhubaneswar, Odisha. ABSTRACT Doctrine of Separation of Power is the point at which the state is parted into three distinct administrative bodies and everyone three bodies have discrete and autonomous abilities and spaces of liability. The Separation of Power relies upon the possibility of trias politica. This standard imagines a three sided system where the powers are assigned and flowed among…

Posted on: November 26, 2021 Posted by: admin Comments: 0

THE STUDY ON RESTRICTIONS ON POWERS OF BOARD OF DIRECTORS by Romit Jain & Shivam Dubey

Author: Romit Jain, Student at Dharmashastra National Law University, Jabalpur Co-Author: Shivam Dubey, Student at Dharmashastra National Law University, Jabalpur INTRODUCTION   “A company is a legal entity and does not have any physical existence.” It needs to act only through natural persons, acting on its behalf, called Directors to run its affairs. They are officers of the company, hired by the company to direct its affairs. He is duly appointed…

Posted on: November 26, 2021 Posted by: admin Comments: 0

TRADITIONAL KNOWLEDGE REGIME IN INDIA by Nashra Fatima

Author: Nashra Fatima, Student at Bennett University, BA-LLB, 2018-23 ABSTRACT The below article provides an insight on how the Traditional knowledge had been dealt in India. It starts with the meaning of Traditional knowledge and why there is always a debate around this issue. After the brief discussion in this topic, the second chapter helps us realise that traditional knowledge has a capacity to be commercialised and monetised on a…

Posted on: November 22, 2021 Posted by: admin Comments: 0

CRUELTY AGAINST ANIMALS – AN UNACCEPTABLE BEHAVIOUR by Pooja

Author: Pooja, Student at Delhi Metropolitan Education ABSTRACT In India cruelty against animals is not much conversed and less explored. Article 21 of the Constitution grants Right to Life to all the Humans. With regard to animals, no statute clearly grants right to animals. The issue is not related with the justice being served rather the cause of concern must be the prevention of cruelty towards mute, innocent animals irrespective…

Posted on: November 19, 2021 Posted by: admin Comments: 0

DEATH PENALTY LAW IN INDIA by Nirbhaay Pratap singh Tanwar

Author: Nirbhaay Pratap singh Tanwar, Student at Manipal University, Jaipur ABSTRACT This paper explains death penalty law in India. Death penalty is also known as Capital punishment. Death penalty or capital punishment is the severe punishment that can be given to an individual under any law in the world. Currently there are 403 prisoners on death row in India. There are about 755 have been hanged in Independent India. It…

Posted on: November 15, 2021 Posted by: admin Comments: 0

LEGAL ANALYSIS OF ARTICLE 21 “RIGHT TO LIFE AND PERSONAL LIBERTY” by Medhansh Mishra

Author: Medhansh Mishra, Student at Manipal University, Jaipur ABSTRACT Fundamental rights are of utmost importance. If an individual is deprived of his fundamental rights its almost similar to a person who is living with his brain and heart dead. Amongst the fundamental rights Right to life and personal liberty mentioned is one such right which holds a significant importance of its own. It has interpreted the term “life” in a…

Posted on: November 12, 2021 Posted by: admin Comments: 0

CHILD LABOUR IN INDIA by Ishwar Singh Rathore & Nagendra Singh

Author: Ishwar Singh Rathore, Student at Manipal University, Jaipur Co-Author: Nagendra Singh, Student at Manipal University, Jaipur ABSTRACT This research paper discusses child labour in India. it has always been a less discussed topic. In the world are children is taken as the greatest gift of humanity. Human development important stage is childhood and it take the potential to the future of any society. the parent links the future to…

Posted on: November 8, 2021 Posted by: admin Comments: 0

PROTECTION OF CHILDREN IN INTERNATIONAL HUMANITARIAN SETTINGS by Nandini Mathur, Nimisha Agarwal & Vishwas Gupta

Authors:     Nandini Mathur, Student at Manipal University, Jaipur;                     Nimisha Agarwal, Student at Manipal University, Jaipur;                     Vishwas Gupta, Student at University of Petroleum and Energy Studies, Dehradun: INTRODUCTION Humanitarian Crisis is referred to as an occurrence or incident or rather a chain of multiple occurrences or incidents which is hazardous…

Posted on: November 6, 2021 Posted by: admin Comments: 0

6TH ONLINE DEBATE COMPETITION BY JOURNAL FOR LAW STUDENTS AND RESEARCHERS : REGISTER NOW!!

ABOUT  Journal for Law Students and Researchers [JLSR]  is an Online Journal with ISSN[O]: 2582-306X and 9 indexings, which is quarterly, Peer-Reviewed, published online and JLSR seeks to provide an interactive platform for the publication of Short Articles, Long Articles, Book Reviews, Case Comments, Research Papers, Essays in the field of Law. JLSR welcomes contributions from all legal branches, as long as the work is original, unpublished, unplagiarized and is in…