Posted on: November 14, 2020 Posted by: admin Comments: 0

UNIFORM CIVIL CODE by Shubham Aggarwal & Sakshi Mathur

Author : Shubham Aggarwal, Student at Manipal University, Jaipur. Co-Author : Sakshi Mathur, Student at Manipal University, Jaipur. INTRODUCTION India has diversity in family laws for example,  the Indian Succession Act, 1925 [1] and the Special Marriage Act 1954. On the other hand Jews have standard marriage law which is not in written form, the Succession Act of 1925 represents them and Parsi have their own acts related to marriage and divorce,…

Posted on: November 13, 2020 Posted by: admin Comments: 0

ONLINE QUIZ COMPETITION ON “CONSTITUTIONAL LAW & LAW OF CONTRACTS” BY BEING LAWGICAL & JLSR JOURNAL [FEE : 35/- ONLY] : REGISTER NOW!!!

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: November 11, 2020 Posted by: admin Comments: 0

AN ANALYSIS OF SEDITION LAW IN INDIA by Dhananjai Singh Rajawat & Anushka Singh Gahlout

Author : Dhananjai Singh Rajawat, Student at Manipal University, Jaipur. Co-Author : Anushka Singh Gahlout, Student at Manipal University, Jaipur. ABSTRACT This research paper aims to critically and theoretically scrutinize the law of sedition under section 124A of the Indian Penal Code, 1860. The recent case in which sedition laws were cited multiple times raised concerns again about the undemocratic existence and legitimacy of those laws in today’s constitutional democracy.…

Posted on: November 9, 2020 Posted by: admin Comments: 0

AN ANALYSIS OF CORPORATE INSOLVENCY RESOLUTION PROCESS UNDER INSOLVENCY BANKRUPTCY CODE, 2016 by Harsh Vashistha & Animesh Sharma

Author : Harsh Vashistha, Student at Manipal University Jaipur. Co-Author : Animesh Sharma, Student at Manipal University Jaipur. ABSTRACT Corporate insolvency resolution process (CIRP) is a recovery mechanism through which the creditors[1] can recover their debts in case a corporate entity becomes insolvent. The foremost concern of an insolvency and bankruptcy regime is to stay viable businesses operating. An ideal regime should restrain premature liquidation of sustainable businesses and will…

Posted on: November 9, 2020 Posted by: admin Comments: 0

RIGHT TO GET CLEAN WATER, RECENT DEVELOPMENTS AND CONSTITUTIONAL FRAMEWORK by Akash Komirineni & Vaibhav Dave

Author : Akash Komirineni, Student at Manipal University, Jaipur. Co-Author : Vaibhav Dave, Student at Manipal University, Jaipur. INTRODUCTION Part III of the Constitution of India [1]provides Fundamental Rights[2] which are guaranteed rights to every citizen of India irrespective of their caste, religion, sex, race and the place of birth. Right to get clean water is a fundamental right[3] provided under Article 21 of the Constitution of India which provides…

Posted on: November 9, 2020 Posted by: admin Comments: 0

WORKSHOP ON “ONLINE DISPUTE RESOLUTION (ODR)” BY BURNISHED LAW JOURNAL & JLSR : REGISTER NOW!!!

ABOUT THE ORGANIZERS Burnished Law Journal Burnished Law Journal(ISSN-2582-5534) aims to provide a number of legal journal articles,& practical update of law. We actively invite people to share his/her research on contemporary issues of law, so as to enable the growth and understanding of the aspects of the law to the individual in the society. The main aim of Burnished Law Journal, includes, topic on socio-legal, socio-economic, or any other…

Posted on: November 7, 2020 Posted by: admin Comments: 0

SHOULD THE EIA DRAFT 2020 BE PASSED? A CRITICAL ANALYSIS by Tanisha Sarangi & Sagarika Rath

Author : Tanisha Sarangi[1],  Student at School of Law, KIIT University, Bhubaneswar. Co- Author :  Sagarika Rath[2], Student at School of Law, KIIT University, Bhubaneswar. ABSTRACT The EIA Draft 2020, is a controversial draft, whose public feedback was closed on 11th August, 2020. This article talks about the various reasons why this bill shouldn’t be passed. The reasons were derived from EROL as a global report. The ambiguity, uncertainty of…

Posted on: November 7, 2020 Posted by: Radhamani Saxena Comments: 0

GENDER NEUTRALITY IN CRIMINAL LAW OF INDIA By Ayushi Jaryal

AUTHOR: Ayushi Jaryal, Army Institute of Law, MohalI INTRODUCTION With the most exhaustive and elaborate Constitution in place, India also has a fiendish number of crimes happening all around. Although there The Indian Penal Code[1] lays down a number of offence and their punishments, some of which are gender neutral as well as gender specific. But with a recent wave of social activism there has been a demand for gender…

Posted on: November 7, 2020 Posted by: Radhamani Saxena Comments: 0

ARTICLE 19: USED OR MISUSED by Ayushi Jaryal

Author: Ayushi Jaryal, Army Institute of Law, Mohali INTRODUCTION Freedom of speech and expression is arguably the most debatable fundamental right in today’s India. It has largely become the most sought after defense in the court of law. While this Article has been a savior against violation of Fundamental Rights[1], when twisted, it can also be misused and to the benefit of only some.  A Bench headed by Chief Justice…

Posted on: November 5, 2020 Posted by: admin Comments: 0

DIPLOMATIC IMMUNITY AND VIENNA CONVENTION- A NEW PERSPECTIVE by Nisha Patnaik

Author : Nisha Patnaik, Student at KIIT School of Law, Bhubaneswar, Odisha. ABSTRACT Diplomatic immunity is enjoyed by foreign states or international organizations and their official representatives from the jurisdiction of the country in which they are present. The Vienna Convention on Diplomatic Relations codifies rules of international law on diplomatic privileges and immunities.The main diplomatic mission consists of representing the state and sending the state for protecting the interests…