Posted on: April 17, 2021 Posted by: admin Comments: 0

ONLINE QUIZ COMPETITION ON “CONSTITUTIONAL LAW” BY LAW COLUMN & JLSR [FEE :50/- ONLY] : REGISTER NOW!!

ABOUT THE ORGANIZERS Law Column Law Column is a legal web portal for  law students, lawyers, academicians, professionals and any person interested to gain legal knowledge.. JLSR Journal Journal for Law Students and Researchers (JLSR), envisions to empower the individuals of tomorrow to advance and learn from the theoretical and practical aspects of the contemporary law today. Law as a field, is a predominantly present in the lives of people…

Posted on: April 16, 2021 Posted by: admin Comments: 0

JUDICIAL REVIEW AND CONTROL OF ADMINISTRATIVE LAW by Anushka Thakur

Author: Anushka Thakur, Student at  Presidency University, Bangalore. ABSTRACT Laws actions and government operations may be declared unconstitutional by a court with judicial review authority. One of the checks and balances in the division of powers is the judiciary’s ability to supervise the legislative and executive branches when they exceed their authority. Since the doctrine can differentiate from every jurisdiction, the process and nature of judicial review can vary between…

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

COVID-19 RAMPANT AND LABOUR EXUDES IN 2020 IN INDIA by Sonakshi Singh

Author: Sonakshi Singh, Student at Siddhartha Law College. ABSTRACT The title of the paper itself makes it clear about the article. The virus has totally disturbed the lives of thousands and millions of people worldwide. We still have to suffer the loss and the consequences. That period of time, when no one was allowed to move out of their homes, has left a scar on our lives forever. On this completion…

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

FOOD SECURITY IN INDIA : ANALYSIS OF THE NATIONAL FOOD SECURITY ACT, 2013 AND FOOD SECURITY IN CHHATTISGARH by Aditi Avashia

Author: Aditi Avashia, Student, at G.L.S. Law College, Ahmedabad. ABSTRACT Due to drastic changes in climate and increase in population, the need for achieving Food Security globally has emerged as a prime concern. Eradication of hunger and poverty, and achieving Zero Hunger globally, have been one of the objectives of Millennium Development Goals and Sustainable Development Goals, respectively. India stands far behind its counterparts when it comes to being a…

Posted on: April 9, 2021 Posted by: admin Comments: 0

ARE PRISONERS ENTITLED TO LIVE WITH DIGNITY UNDER ARTICLE 21 OF THE INDIAN CONSTITUTION? by Debalina Roy

Author:  Debalina Roy, Student at Xavier Law School, Xavier University Bhubaneswar. ABSTRACT Article 21 of the Constitution of India guarantees the right to life and personal liberty to all Indian citizens as well as foreign nationals residing in India. However, one may wonder whether the rights enshrined in Article 21 of the Constitution is available in a similar manner to prisoners or jail inmates, who have either committed misdemeanours or…

Posted on: April 5, 2021 Posted by: admin Comments: 0

ANALYSING THE IMPACT OF AN ARBITRATION CLAUSE ARISING OUT OF AN UNSTAMPED DOCUMENT by Adhiraj Singh & Rishi Raj Pandey

Author: Adhiraj Singh, Student at Institute of Law, Nirma University. Co-Author: Rishi Raj Pandey, Student at Institute of Law, Nirma University. INTRODUCTION Arbitration agreement is a contract wherein the parties through mutual consent agrees to settle their dispute via arbitration which could arise between them in the course of their dealing with each other. However, the problem arose when document having the arbitration clause is not duly stamped. In such circumstance issue…

Posted on: March 27, 2021 Posted by: admin Comments: 0

ARBITRATION VS. CONCILIATION : WHICH DO YOU CHOOSE? by Karan Choudhary

Author: Karan Choudhary, Student at Institute of Law, Nirma University. INTRODUCTION There are a number of Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) approaches available, and some are better suited to particular circumstances than others. In this article, the author will compare conciliation and arbitration after listing the features of conciliation that distinguish it from arbitration. Following that, the author would suggest that conciliation is a better and more sensible option than arbitration. In…

Posted on: March 25, 2021 Posted by: admin Comments: 0

APPLICATION OF PRIVITY RULE TO A CONTRACT OF SALE OF GOODS by Ayat Khursheed & Shambhavi Srivastava

Author: Ayat Khursheed, Student at Bennett University. Co-Author: Shambhavi Srivastava, Student at Bennett University. INTRODUCTION Contracts and agreements that come under the periphery of the sale of goods are governed under the Sale of Goods Act 1930. This act basically came into effect on the 1st of July, 1930 in India. The various provisions of sale of goods act the act talks about a contract of sale. The basic thing in such…

Posted on: March 25, 2021 Posted by: admin Comments: 0

RISING ISSUE OF SPACE DEBRIS AND IT’S LEGAL RESPONSE- A SYSTEMATIC ANALYSIS by Swathi Shreeramkumar, Somepalli Alekhya & Akash Agarwal

Authors: Swathi Shreeram Kumar, Somepalli Alekhya & Akash Agarwal, Students at Alliance School of Law, Alliance University, Bangalore. ABSTRACT The growth of orbital space debris is both a consequence of and a potential hindrance to space activities. The risks posed by space debris highlight the need to adequately address the challenges posed to the sustainability in outer space. The preservation of the access to and usability of outer space in the…

Posted on: March 24, 2021 Posted by: admin Comments: 0

JUDICIAL ACTIVISM by Saumya Singh

Author: Saumya Singh, Student at Allahabad University. INTRODUCTION For any state to function properly and smoothly in the direction of the welfare of its citizens, it is important for the three pillars of democracy to follow the rule of separation of power . That is the creators of the Indian Constitution kept the judiciary absolutely untouched from the influence of legislative and executive. Judiciary in India is considered as the interpreter…