Posted on: July 3, 2022 Posted by: admin Comments: 0

1-WEEK CERTIFICATE COURSE ON “CRIMINAL TRIAL” [01-07 AUGUST, 2022] BY JOURNAL FOR LAW STUDENTS & RESEARCHERS [LIMITED SEATS!!]: REGISTER NOW!!

ABOUT THE ORGANIZER: JOURNAL FOR LAW STUDENTS & RESEARCHERS Journal for Law Students & Researchers is an online journal bearing ISSN(O): 2582-306X. It was established in the year 2019. FEATURES OF THE COURSE: Live Sessions Sample Drafts Certificate of participation for all Discounts in online courses for all Discounts in publications for all COURSE COVERAGE:  Pre-Trial Process Chargesheet Framing of Charges Prosecution and Defense Evidence Bail Final arguments Judgment REGISTRATION…

Posted on: July 1, 2022 Posted by: admin Comments: 0

UNIFORM CIVIL CODE: AN EXIGENCY TODAY by Divya Aggarwal

Author: Divya Aggarwal, Student at Faculty of Law, University of Delhi INTRODUCTION In the words of Roy T. Bennet, “You never change your life until you step out of your comfort zone; change begins at the end of your comfort zone.” It lucidly explains that changes are possible only when the congenial comfort zone gets terminated. An emerging country like India, is in a dire need to emerge out of…

Posted on: July 1, 2022 Posted by: admin Comments: 0

CASE ANALYSIS OF A.S. NARAYANA DEEKSHITHULU VS. STATE OF ANDHRA PRADESH AND OTHERS by Ashvath Neelakandan V

Author: Ashvath Neelakandan V, Student at Chettinad School of Law Name of the Case: A.S. Narayana Deekshithulu vs. State of Andhra Pradesh and others Bench: The Honorable Mr. Justice K. Ramaswamy and the Honorable Mr. Justice B.L. Hansaria. Petitioner: Shri. A.S. Narayana Deekshitulu Counsel for the Petitioner: Shri. K. Parasaran Respondent: The State of Andhra Pradesh & others Counsel for the Respondents: Shri. P.P. Rao Citation: 1996 AIR 1765

Posted on: June 28, 2022 Posted by: admin Comments: 0

GRANTING OF PATENTS IN MEDICAL PROCEDURES by Ishika Kamboj

Author: Ishika Kamboj, Student at O.P Jindal Global University ABSTRACT The relationship between patents and medical procedures has long been a subject of contention. Several countries have banned patents for medical operations, particularly, diagnostic, surgical and therapeutic treatments, due to the rising dispute about specific claims on medical treatments. The research topic this study aims to answer is whether the granting of patents in the context of medical operations is appropriate…

Posted on: June 28, 2022 Posted by: admin Comments: 0

NEED FOR LEMON LAW IN INDIA – A COMPARATIVE STUDY by Niranjana. N

Author: Niranjana. N, Student at Sastra University, Thanjavur ABSTRACT Lemon law is the rules and regulations which are passed in consumer law, with regard to the automobile industry. With growing lemons in the automobile industry, India does not have specific rules and regulations to tackle the rising situation. When a vehicle is found defective, even after a reasonable number of repairs it is termed as a lemon. The buyer through…

Posted on: June 27, 2022 Posted by: admin Comments: 0

ADMISSIBILITY OF ELECTRONIC EVIDENCE UNDER THE INDIAN EVIDENCE ACT,1872 by Isha Gupta

Author: Isha Gupta, Student at Chandigarh University INTRODUCTION The necessity for new IT-related laws and regulations governing the admissibility of electronic evidence in both civil and criminal trials is driven by society’s growing reliance on electronic and digital modalities. From that point on, the Information Technology Act of 2000 was put into effect, and the United Nation Commission on International Trade Law (UNCITRAL) established its revisions on electronic evidence. This…

Posted on: June 26, 2022 Posted by: admin Comments: 0

“ROLE OF NATURAL JUSTICE IN JUDICIAL PROCESS” by Shoumik Chowdary

Author: Shoumik Chowdary, Student at Bennett University, Greater Noida ABSTRACT The natural law which stretches back to the Greek age, is considered the foundation of natural justice. Nature is the one who gives a definite order from which people might develop by reason a standard for their behaviour. The standard laid down in these principles is that each person should be free of biar in decisions and should have the…

Posted on: June 26, 2022 Posted by: admin Comments: 0

DATA PRIVACY IN ONLINE SERVICES: A COMPENDIUM OF LITERATURE REVIEW AND THE DEVELOPMENT OF LOCATION MASKING CONCEPT by Karthikasshree. N

Author: Karthikasshree. N, Student at School of Law, SASTRA Deemed University, Thanjavur. ABSTRACT With the growth of industrialization and automation, the notion of privacy has developed. In the era of automation and technology, privacy for humans means more than just seclusion; it also means controlling the dissemination of personal information. The internet is a novel environment, and its peculiarities influence how user privacy is breached and thus governed. It is…

Posted on: June 26, 2022 Posted by: admin Comments: 0

A JUDCIAL INSIGHT ON THE IMPORTANCE OF MATERNITY BENEFITS IN INDIA by Aathmaja Menon

Author: Aathmaja Menon, Student at School of Law, Sastra University, Thanjavur, Tamil Nadu ABSTRACT Every woman has the right to receive maternity benefits from her employer at a rate equal to her average daily income for the full time that she was away from work when taking leave in compliance with the Act’s rules. Maternity protection has its own economic advantages.  It contributes to protecting women’s and their children’s health,…

Posted on: June 26, 2022 Posted by: admin Comments: 0

RULE OF LAW UNDER ADMINISTRATIVE LAW: A CRITICAL APPRAISAL by Devansh Singh

Author: Devansh Singh, Student at Bennett University, Greater Noida INTRODUCTION ‘Rule of Law’ is recognized as one of the most important classical principles of administrative law, which serves as the very basis for the administration and is categorized as the heart of administrative law. It primarily denotes ‘Supremacy of Law’, which simply means that law is supreme and no one is above the law, and thus, ensures the absence of…