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

MODERN FORM OF UNTOUCHABILITY: MANUAL SCAVENGING by Sehaj Sarin

Author: Sehaj Sarin, Student at University: The Law School, Jammu University ABSTRACT Manual scavenging, is a term which manually cleaning or disposing the waste, handling the human excreta in a sewer or an open drain or an insanitary latrine. This is the basic meaning of manual scavenging and manual scavengers are the people who do this. As caste plays a major role in our country, this activity of manual scavenging…

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

LABOUR RIGHTS AMIDST COVID 19 – RAMIFICATIONS OF SUSPENSION OF LABOUR LAWS by Neelam

Author: Neelam, Student at Army Institute of Law, Mohali ABSTRACT The COVID 19 pandemic brought the entire world to an economic standstill. With an aim to revive the economy, a number of Indian states came up with major reforms which led to the dilution of principle labour laws. The reforms introduced by the states are in complete violation of the Constitutional provisions. On top of that, sudden suspension of labour…

Posted on: June 3, 2021 Posted by: admin Comments: 0

LOVE JIHAD LAW AND NEW INDIA by Samruddhi Nandkumar Mhatre

Author : Samruddhi Nandkumar Mhatre , Student at Manipal University, Jaipur. ABSTRACT ‘Love Jihad’ is a theory developed by upholders or supporters of Hindutva which created preconceived opinions which are not based on reason or actual experience on Muslims Those who follow Islam. Love jihad It is a belief of a new community followers against Islam, a different religion follower. In thus belief the Hindutva, proponents believe that Muslim religion…

Posted on: June 3, 2021 Posted by: admin Comments: 0

RISE IN LIVE-IN RELATIONSHIPS IN THE 21ST CENTURY by Shivam Kumar

Author: Shivam Kumar, Student at Chanderprabhu Jain College of Higher Studies and School of Law (GGS IPU) ABSTRACT In the decade of the 21st century, the new concept of relationship emerged, which is termed as Live-in –Relationship. It is a type of relationship in which a man and a woman enter into a living agreement in which the couples are unmarried and live in the same house to contribute to…

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SAME SEX MARRIAGE- A BATTLE FOR EQUAL REGOGNITION by Aarvi Rahul Shah

Author: Aarvi Rahul Shah, Student at Veer Narmad South Gujarat University, Surat ABSTRACT Same sex marriage or marriage between two males or two females is not yet recognized in the Indian society. Even though section 377 of Indian penal code was decriminalized, the marriage between people of same sex is still not legal in India. The centre gave its views that the decriminalization of section 377 of IPC does not…

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EVE-TEASING AND ITS PSYCHOLOGICAL IMPACT ON ADOLESCENTS AND MILLENNIALS by Srija purimetla

Author: Srija purimetla, Student at IFIM Law School. ABSTRACT Almost every young girl has been the victim of eve-teasing by a friend or stranger. As a result, countless young girls are being deprived of their fundamental rights and their liberty. While all women have been victims of eve-teasing, women from minority groups are more likely to be exposed to it. Girl’s mobility was restricted, they were unable to attend school or…

Posted on: June 3, 2021 Posted by: admin Comments: 0

EXTRADITION LAW IN INDIA – AN ANALYSIS by Avani Jajot

Author: Avani Jajot, Student at Maharashtra National Law University, Aurangabad INTRODUCTION Each State normally exercises absolute sovereignty over all persons within its territory. But when a person runs away to another country after committing crime, there can often be instances. The country affected considers itself powerless in such a situation to exercise authority to prosecute the convicted person. Undoubtedly, this situation is very harmful to peace and order. Fugitives threaten…

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

FEMINISM IN JURISPRUDENCE by Helna George

Author: Helna George, Student at School of Indian Legal Thought, Mahatma Gandhi University, Kottayam, Kerala. ABSTRACT Over the years, feminist involvement with the law has taken many different forms. Feminists have engaged actively with the law and the legal profession through litigation, advocacy for legal reform, and legal education. Feminists have called into question the terms of legal debate by critically examining legal notions and procedures. Feminist jurisprudence is a…

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

ANIMAL RIGHTS IN INDIA by Anamika

Author: Anamika, Student at IFIM Law School, Bangalore ABSTRACT From harmony to supremacy, there has been a shift in attitude toward nature. Animals are extremely important in people’s life. Animal rights are being protected and granted in various ways around the world. Though India’s legal structure is extensive, it grants animals a variety of rights. Despite this, the man-animal conflict has been on the rise in India. This disagreement is…