Posted on: March 4, 2021 Posted by: admin Comments: 0

A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF COMPETITION LAW REGIMES OF INDIA AND USA by Diksha Singh

Author: Diksha Singh, Student at National Institute of Securities Market, Maharashtra. ABSTRACT The  competition  law  regime  in  India  is  at  a nascent  stage.  Recently  in  2019  India  has completed a decade of enforcement of the Competition Law Act (2002), which was enforced in 2009. The US competition law regime is as old as the Sherman Act of 1890. The US being a developed economy has a much older and mature…

Posted on: March 1, 2021 Posted by: admin Comments: 0

CASE COMMENTARY ON HARISH CHANDRA SINGH RAWAT v. UNION OF INDIA by Archana Goswami

Author: Archana Goswami, Student at Jindal Global Law School. BACKGROUND The case deals with the situation where Harish Rawat, the then Chief Minister of Uttarakhand lost majority as 9 members of the party defected to other party. This is a recent case of 2016 dealing with the situation where the center and state have different ruling political parties. The ruling party of the state wanted to pass the Appropriation bill, but…

Posted on: March 1, 2021 Posted by: admin Comments: 0

CUSTODIAL DEATHS: THE MINACIOUS FACE OF INDIAN POLICE by Aishani Tawar

Author: Aishani  Tawar[1],Student at Renaissance Law College, Indore (M.P.). ABSTRACT The heinous crime of Custodial Deaths has been a mark of shame on the democratic face of India since ages now. When the upholders of righteousness lose track & choose to demonstrate unkindness, essence of fairness disappears. This Paper covers various aspects related to Custodial deaths. Some light is thrown upon reckless acts of the Police Force, by discussing different…

Posted on: March 1, 2021 Posted by: admin Comments: 0

TOWARDS CO-OPERATIVE FEDERALSIM: ROLE OF THE INTERSTATE COUNCIL IN STRENGTHENING THE CENTER-STATE RELATIONS by Susmita Vadhavkar

Author: Susmita Vadhavkar[1], Researcher, Alumnac of Pune University. ABSTRACT In a federal system powers are divided between two levels of governments so problems and disputes are inevitable. The issue of India’s federal nature is a disputed one and has been both a subject of conflict between the ruling party and the opposition. There have been instances when the state parties accused the Centre of violating the federal spirit and there have been…

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

LEGALIZATION OF CANNABIS IN INDIA by Shivangini Shrivastava

Author: Shivangini Shrivastava, Student at Renaissance Law College, Indore (M.P.). ABSTRACT The main objective of the research paper is about to study and analyze the legalization of cannabis in India. Cannabis also had a pre historic value mentioned in Ayurveda as a ingredient for  pain relieve  and erotic, but in small quantities and it holds great religious connect with people this era. This research deals with benefits that government will derive after…

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

RIGHTS OF SECOND WIFE UNDER HINDU LAW by Apoorva Begani

Author: Apoorva Begani, Student at Renaissance Law College, Indore (M.P.). ABSTRACT This research paper basically speaks for the Second Wife under Hindu Law which suffers a lot of problems to lead their healthy life and specially to maintain the children which are born out of such void marriage. Such woman is not entitled to get maintenance, if any woman is not independent then how she will live her life and how…

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

MENSTRUAL LEAVE – NEED FOR A LEGAL POLICY by Sanjana Parisaboina

Author: Sanjana Parisaboina[1],Student at Symbiosis Law School, Hyderabad. ABSTRACT The debate of menstrual leave has been there for a long time. Workplaces are progressing due to greater women’s participation. The proportion of women working at an earlier stage was marginal, which was a plausible reason as to why there weren’t policies that cater to their needs. This is not the case in the current scenario which is why, rather than needing…

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

WELFARE MEASURES TO IMPROVE THE CONDITION OF CONTRACT LABOURERS : SUGGESTIONS by Wasim Ahmad

Author: Wasim Ahmad INTRODUCTION The problems and mistreat resulting from the engagement of contractual labor had attracted the notices of the government from the time to time and on the other hand, reasons like occasional nature of work, problems in securing closer supervision by the authority, cost-effectiveness, flexibility in workers deployment, dedication in core competencies, etc, explain the system of Contractual Labour. The horrible nature of the system of Contractual…

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

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ABOUT THE ORGANIZERS Being Lawgical Being Lawgical is a student run platform that started in the year 2020, with the main aim to spread legal awareness relating to all socio-legal contemporary issues. We aim to provide a platform that can make learning about law simple and fun. Being Lawgical focuses on encouraging students, professionals, members of academia to share, enhance, learn and explore their knowledge of law in every way…

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

HATE CRIMES ON THE RISE AND IS ENOUGH BEING DONE TO CONTROL IT? by Smriti Shah

Author: Smriti Shah, Student at Bennett University. INTRODUCTION We proudly state that we are citizens of a democratic and secular country, that people of all cultures and faiths reside here and we live together in a harmonious manner. We have evolved much over the years, but a few things remain the same, untouched by the changing times: ethos of marriage. In India, a marriage is supposed to be a holy…