Posted on: September 1, 2020 Posted by: admin Comments: 0

FEMINIST CRIMINOLOGY – THE ACKNOWLEDGEMENT OF NEW IDEOLOGY by Kohelica Nag

Author :  Kohelica Nag, Student at KIIT Law School, Bhubaneswar ABSTRACT Feminist theory is not a homogeneous approach; it involves a mainstream feminist emphasis on fair rights for women, a Marxist feminist perspective on capitalist dynamics and patriarchy as the root of women’s oppression, a Marxist feminist combination of masculine dominance of institutional and economic systems of culture as the cause of injustice, and a progressive feminist emphasis on the…

Posted on: September 1, 2020 Posted by: admin Comments: 0

PRIVATE DEFENCE: LEGALITY AND IMPORTANCE OF IT’S EXTENT by Hari Haran.V

Author : Hari Haran.V INTRODUCTION: Commonly, laws are a set of rules and guidelines which are created, maintained, and enforced by the State to govern and regulate the behavior of people. Laws are made for the welfare of the people and to ensure their general-legal rights are protected from other public (including government) as well as private authority. As an Indian citizen, certain basics laws and rights must be known…

Posted on: September 1, 2020 Posted by: admin Comments: 0

HUMAN RIGHTS AND REFUGEES by Shivani Tiwari

Author : Shivani Tiwari, Student at Renaissance Law College. ABSTRACT Some people leave their homes by choice while others are forced to leave their countries due to oppression and those are the people who are given the status of refugees. Refugees are amongst the most periled sections of the society as they have limited protection and are more prone to violation of their human rights. Due to such oppression and…

Posted on: September 1, 2020 Posted by: admin Comments: 0

DICHOTOMY OF GOOD AND BAD WOMAN by Aayush Avant Srivastava & Tiyasha Chatterjee

Author : Aayush Avant Srivastava[1], Student at KIIT School of Law Co-Author : Tiyasha Chatterjee[2], Student at KIIT School of Law ABSTRACT: The argument against marital rape, rape against a sex worker or rape against woman is simple, it does not matter whether the perpetrator is a complete stranger, a client or one’s husband of many years, forcing an individual to engage in a sexual act amounts to rape. In…

Posted on: August 30, 2020 Posted by: admin Comments: 0

IS CAPITAL PUNISHMENT VIOLATION OF HUMAN RIGHTS ? by Shivika Agrawal

Author : Shivika Agrawal, Student at Gujarat National Law University INTRODUCTION: Death Penalty is a form of punishment, also known as capital punishment. Many philosophers, political thinkers and libertarians over the years have talked about their views on whether capital punishment serves as an effective deterrent. It has widely been criticised over the years because of the drastic approach of imparting justice. This paper analyses whether Capital punishment violates the…

Posted on: August 30, 2020 Posted by: admin Comments: 0

THE RELATION OF LAW WITH SOCIAL SCIENCES by Md Wali Iftikhar

Author :  Md Wali Iftikhar, Advocate, Allahabad High Court Lucknow Bench                    INTRODUCTION Law is considered as one of the most imperative and strong pillar of civil society. Law not only enlightens about the basic rights of human beings but also use to centralise its focus on the basic duties of individuals. The concept and model of Law is furthermore propounded and…

Posted on: August 29, 2020 Posted by: admin Comments: 0

MEDIA TRIAL: THE ONGOING CONUNDRUM, LAW AND EFFECT ON JUSTICE SYSTEM by Vasundhara John Toppo & Shivangi Priya

Author : Vasundhara John Toppo[1], Student at NUSRL, Ranchi Co-Author :  Shivangi Priya[2], Student at NUSRL, Ranchi ABSTRACT The importance of freedom of press, as such exercise of freedom of speech and expression by the press, cannot be stressed enough, especially in the functioning of democracy wherein its presence ensures that the rule of law is upheld, people are aware of the socio-politico-economic facts and information, equipping them to make…

Posted on: August 27, 2020 Posted by: admin Comments: 0

WEBIMPACT’S WEBINAR ON “THE FUTURE OF ARBITRATION IN INDIA” : REGISTER NOW!!!

ABOUT  WEBIMPACT is an initiave by JLSR, JUS COMMUNE AND LAW COLUMN. It was started to educate law students through webinars. WEBINAR DETAILS : TOPIC :  The Future of Arbitration in India SPEAKER : Adv. Pallavi Pratap, Managing Partner of Pratap & Co. DATE : 29TH August, 2020 TIMINGS : 5:00 PM REGISTRATION LINK : https://docs.google.com/forms/d/14rHQwtFbIPXlzQLarjQBEe6cmyXgH3BDZt7MU6Vi_I0/edit NOTE : CERTIFICATE OF PARTICIPATION FOR ALL THOSE WHO ATTEND THE SESSION AND FILL…

Posted on: August 26, 2020 Posted by: admin Comments: 0

ORIGIN AND DEVELOPMENT OF ISLAMIC LAW by Palak Gupta

Author : Palak Gupta, Student at Symbiosis Law School, Nagpur INTRODUCTION One of the significant characteristics of the alleged Islamic rebirth is the call to reinstate the Sharia’s, the holy Islam’s law. Over the last more than two decades, this call has expanded eternally, given rise to sacred gestures, a vast amount of literature and lastly, influenced politics of the world. Doubtlessly, nowadays law of Islam is a remarkable keystone…

Posted on: August 25, 2020 Posted by: admin Comments: 0

FUGITIVE ECONOMIC OFFENDERS BILL, 2019: THE MURDER OF HONG KONG AUTONOMY by Aayush Akar & Jaykumar Gajbhiye

Author : Aayush Akar, Student at National Law University Odisha Co-Author : Jaykumar Gajbhiye, Student at National Law University Odisha INTRODUCTION Hong Kong has been a “special administrative region” of the “People’s Republic of China” (PRC) since the handover from “British colonial rule” in 1997. Hong Kong retains some legal rights characteristic of capitalist democracy, including civil rights enforcement, territorial control areas designated for autonomous government, and the legal framework with the modern postcolonial…