Posted on: January 18, 2021 Posted by: KUSHAGRA PANDYA Comments: 0

WHY INDECENT REPRESENTATION OF WOMEN ACT STANDS DYSFUNCTIONAL by Soumya Sakshi Mishra

Author: Soumya Sakshi Mishra, Law Student at Christ University, Bengaluru. ABSTRACT We can see so many songs, videos and films that represent women in an immoral and indecent manner, leaving a wrong impact on the viewer about a woman, as well as, it tends to impede the process of gender equality pushing the whole womankind lower. It is observed that the media, censorship board and other bodies have violated the…

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

BACHAN SINGH V. STATE OF PUNJAB (AIR 1980 SC 898) by Lakshmi S

Author: Lakshmi S, Student at Symbiosis Law School, Hyderabad. FACTS The appellant was charged and tried for the offence of murder under Section 302 of IPC[1] by the court of Sessions and he was convicted with a sentence of the death penalty as per section 353(3)[2] of CrPC. He appealed before High Court of Punjab, where the appeal was dismissed and confirmed the Trial Court’s sentence. The appellant filed an appeal…

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

RAPE AND HOW TO TACKLE IT by Abhay Saxena & Rucha Joshi

Author: Abhay Saxena, Student at Rizvi Law College, Mumbai. Co-Author: Rucha Joshi, Student at Rizvi Law College, Mumbai. ABSTRACT Women, be it occupational and of course biologically right from ancient times have been regarded as a weaker gender[1] that needed protection, the need of protection of course came from the male superiority that existed and through this show of masculinity, violence against women seems to be existed from the start…

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

SUPREME COURT AND JUDICIAL INTERVENTION TO ENSURE EFFECTIVENESS IN CASES OF CUSTODIAL VIOLENCE AND ABUSES by Smriti Jha

Author: Smriti Jha, Student at National University Of Study And Research In Law, Ranchi. Custody in simpler terms means that a suspect may be kept safe by the police authorities, in prison while waiting for his/ her trial in the stipulated court to continue. Yet, we witness time and on the flagrant violation of the personal rights of the suspects while in custody. They are more often being tortured believing them…

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

RIGHT TO FREEDOM OF CHOICE : UNDERSTANDING THE LEGAL CONTOURS OF UNLAWFUL RELIGIOUS CONVERSION (PROHIBITION) ORDINANCE 2020 OF UTTAR PRADESH by Smriti Jha

Author: Smriti Jha, Student at National University Of Study And Research In Law, Ranchi. INTRODUCTION The term Love Jihad under which it is allegedly believed that Muslim men mostly target the women of the majority community in India for conversion and allure them for love and marriage in order to satisfy their religious demographic edge. This very term rose to national prominence in 2009 while referring to alleged conversions in Kerala…

Posted on: January 14, 2021 Posted by: admin Comments: 0

NARCOTICS CONTROL BUREAU- POWERS AND FUNCTIONS by Ritik Dhankhar

Author: Ritik Dhankhar, Student at Army Institute of Law, Mohali. ABOUT NARCOTICS CONTROL BUREAU The Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) was constituted in 1986 on 17th March to enforce the new Narcotics Law known as the Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances Act, 1985 which was passed by the Parliament in 1985. The power to form the Narcotics Control Bureau by the Central Government is vested under Section 4(3) of the Act…

Posted on: January 13, 2021 Posted by: admin Comments: 0

CORPORATION UNDER CHARTER OF 1726 by Abhishek Singh

Author: Abhishek Singh, Student at Lloyd Law College, Greater Noida, UP. INTRODUCTION  The Charter of Company was introduced by King George I on 24th September of 1726. The Charter of the company is considered to be a key landmark in the history of the legal system in India as it introduced the English laws into the country due to its many vital provisions having far consequences.  To this Charter act…

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

IMPACT OF LOCKDOWN ON MIGRANT WORKERS: A HUMANITARIAN OR HUMAN RIGHTS CRISIS by Nishtha Kheria & Varun Vikas Srivastav

Author: Nishtha Kheria, Student at Amity Law School, Amity University Noida, Uttar Pradesh. Co-Author: Varun Vikas Srivastav, Student at Amity Law School, Amity University Noida, Uttar Pradesh. ABSTRACT This paper examines the precise ways migrants have been influenced by the pandemic and offers a variety of measures utilized in migrants’ owner and home countries to anticipate, mitigate and address its adverse consequences. By doing so, it intends to present penetrations…

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

APOSTASY UNDER PERSONAL LAWS IN INDIA by Hardik Bansal & Srajan Tyagi

Author: Hardik Bansal, Student at National Law University, Lucknow. Co-Author: Srajan Tyagi, Student at National Law Institute University, Bhopal. INTRODUCTION Apostasy is the formal disaffiliation from, abandonment of, or renunciation of a religion by a person. It can also be defined within the broader context of embracing an opinion that is contrary to one’s previous religious beliefs. One who undertakes apostasy is known as an apostate. In Islam the laws with regards to apostasy are very…

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

EXAMINATION OF WITNESS THROUGH VIDEO CONFERENCING by Gokul Abimanyu. O.R

Author: Gokul Abimanyu. O.R., Student at Tamil Nadu National Law University. INTRODUCTION During this pandemic situation where people are in anxiety to come out of their homes even for their basic needs, many of the administrative and judicial processes are functioning with certain alternatives. Though there are certain obstacles, some alternative methods have been used by courts to dispose of the cases. One such method is virtual courts which means…