Posted on: July 17, 2020 Posted by: admin Comments: 0

INSOLVENCY AND BANKRUPTCY CODE AMENDMENT, 2020: AN ULTIMATE PROTECTION TO CORPORATE DEBTORS by Amey Prakash Jadhav

Author : Amey Prakash Jadhav, Student at MNLU, Aurangabad ABSTRACT The economic development of the country depends upon the legal system in that country, and hence after the introduction of Goods and Service Tax (GST) the Insolvency and bankruptcy code, 2016 will be considered as the greatest legal reform which helps for the economic development of the country. The basic motive behind the introduction of Insolvency and bankruptcy code was…

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

AN OVERVIEW OF THE CONVENTION ON THE RIGHTS OF CHILD & JUVENILE JUSTICE SYSTEM IN INDIA by Priyansha Sinha

AUTHOR: Priyansha Sinha, Law Student of Amity Law School, Noida; B.A-LL.B (H) 2017-2022 ABSTRACT It aims to cover the significant articles, rights and case laws related to the topic The UNCRC notes that, regardless of race, color, gender, language, faith, beliefs, heritage, richness, birth status and ability making child rights a basic right and such rights are to be given to anyone under 18 and thus extend to people everywhere.  About…

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

UNCONVENTIONAL TRADEMARKS: ANALYSIS by Shreya Saxena & Gunjan Maji

Authors : Shreya Saxena, Student at Alliance University & Gunjan Maji, Student at Alliance University   ABSTRACT. In the modern era where trade takes place across borders leading to the formation of an international market, the trademark has come onto the light as an essential tool denote a company’s identity. A good trademark has its image, has a distinct personality which is attached to the goods and services. Thus, becoming the…

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

‘RAJ DHARMA’ IN CONFERRING RIGHT TO HEALTH AS A FUNDAMENTAL RIGHT by Akhil Bharat Kukreja

Author :  Akhil Bharat Kukreja, Student at Amity Law School, Delhi (GGSIPU)   ‘RAJ DHARMA’ IN CONFERRING RIGHT TO HEALTH AS A FUNDAMENTAL RIGHT[1] ABSTRACT: This article revolves around the ancient concepts of Vyavhara Dharma and Raj Dharma and its relation with the fundamental rights and duties mentioned in the Indian Constitution, 1950. The article shall also involve various shlokas contained in Kautilya’s (also known as Chanakya) Arthashastra, Manusmriti, Vedas,…

Posted on: July 12, 2020 Posted by: admin Comments: 0

IDENTITY THEFT: A CRIME OF VIRTUAL WORLD by Rheea Lall

Author : Rheea Lall, Student at Presidency University, Bengaluru INTRODUCTION Across the world, with the rapid development in the technology, the modus operandi of crimes have also been transformed. The cyberspace offers great ease and opportunities to everyone including the criminals. It provides a platform for the criminals to commit traditional crimes in a modern way. In the virtual world where it is very easy to gain information on the…

Posted on: July 10, 2020 Posted by: admin Comments: 0

CAN KILLINGS BE HONOURABLE? (THE DISHONOURABLE REALITY OF HONOUR KILLINGS) by Divyanshi Saxena

Author: Divyanshi Saxena, B.A.LLB(H), UFYLC, University of Rajasthan Abstract Honor killings or honor crimes are acts of violence against a family member due to the belief that the said member has brought dishonor upon the family by non-conforming with the established beliefs, customs and traditions. Though the term has garnered attention lately, it has been in existence since ancient Roman times. The origin of these killings lies in patriarchal and…

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

UNIFORM CIVIL CODE: A TRANSFER OF BIO-POWER FROM RELIGIOUS PATRIARCHY TO THE STATE by Mrinalini Kumar

Author : Mrinalini Kumar , M.A. Political Science , University of Delhi ABSTRACT: Personal Laws have controlled how families are structured and rights are ascertained at the grassroots’ level. They have come to structure our identities thereby differentiating ‘us’ from ‘them’ and ‘self’ from ‘other’. Uniform Civil Code (UCC), thus, has been proposed as a panacea to all the evils in India that are apparently propagated by personal laws that…

Posted on: July 8, 2020 Posted by: admin Comments: 0

THE 73RD AMENDMENT ACT: AN UNFINISHED JOURNEY FROM FORMAL TO SUBSTANTIVE EQUALITY by Sehal Jain

Author : Sehal Jain, Research Scholar, M.Phil. Department of Political Science , University of Rajasthan, Jaipur Abstract The 73rd amendment act passed in 1992 came into effect in 1993 and changed the rural landscape drastically. The passage of the act not only ushered in an era of local responsible governance but was also the epitome of gender and social equality with specific reservations for women and socially backward classes. While…

Posted on: July 8, 2020 Posted by: admin Comments: 0

CRITICAL ANALYSIS WITH RESPECT TO CONSTITUTIONAL VALIDITY OF CITIZENSHIP AMENDMENT ACT, 2019 by M. Hidayathulla and Susmita Tripathy

Authors: M. Hidayathulla B.A.LLB (H), DSNLU and  Susmita Tripathy, B.A.LLB (H), DSNLU INTRODUCTION The recent legislations regarding Citizenship, namely – National Population Register, National Register of Citizens and Citizenship Amendment Act, have caused quite an upheaval in our nation which is a democratic republic and have brought the major amendments in the present Act with the intention to create differentiation among all religions – between Muslims and Hindus. The National…

Posted on: July 6, 2020 Posted by: admin Comments: 0

FALSE CONFESSION- UNDER “INDIAN EVIDENCE ACT” AND THE STUDY OF FALSE CONFESSION IN FEW OTHER COUNTRIES by Muskan Verma

Author : Muskan Verma, BBA LL.B (2nd year) at New Law College, Pune Introduction False confession is one of the leading causes of wrongful convictions. False confession is the admission of a misdeed/ crime for which the accused is not responsible. ‘False confession’ is being discussed in section 17 of the Indian Evidence Act under ‘Admission’. Section 24-30 defines confession under Indian Evidence Act 1872. The case of false confession…