Posted on: January 9, 2021 Posted by: admin Comments: 0

IMPORTANCE OF DELEGATED LEGISLATION IN THE LIGHT OF COVID-19 by Arshiya Firdous & Sonali Supriya

Author: Arshiya Firdous, Student at KIIT School of Law, Kalinga Institute of Industrial Technology, Bhubaneswar, Odisha. Co-Author: Sonali Supriya, Student at KIIT School of Law, Kalinga Institute of Industrial Technology, Bhubaneswar, Odisha. ABSTRACT The term delegated legislation is an ongoing topic in today’s time and it holds importance in the Indian Constitution. This issue has been the most debated issue all over the world. The legislature have limited time with…

Posted on: January 4, 2021 Posted by: admin Comments: 0

THE DOCTRINE OF FRUSTRATION AND FORCE MAJEURE: THE COVID-19 ERA by Parul Agarwal

Author: Parul Agarwal INTRODUCTION With the advent of the COVID-19 pandemic and the numerous restrictions it brought with it, many entities and other parties have found themselves struggling to fulfil the contractual obligations that they have entered into. These restrictions were in the form of complete lockdowns in countries all across the world, limits on the number of people gathering, and other such curbs that hindered normal business activities. Considering…

Posted on: January 4, 2021 Posted by: admin Comments: 0

ARTICLE 19(1)(A) VS ARTICLE 105(3) AND ARTICLE 194(3) by Akhouri Sankalp

Author: Akhouri Sankalp, Student at Lloyd Law College, Greater Noida. ABSTRACT The conflict between parliamentary privilege and freedom to speech is very old. Both articles of the constitution are equally important. This issue has many times lead to the clash between Courts and the parliament also. This article proposes a general interpretation of the conflict between the two constitutional principles of parliamentary privilege and freedom of speech. The article deals…

Posted on: January 4, 2021 Posted by: admin Comments: 0

LAW AND ITS INTER-RELATION WITH RELIGION by Joysree Das

Author: Joysree Das, Student at Presidency University, Bengaluru, Karnataka. ABSTRACT According to John Austin, “Law is the aggregate set of rules set by a man as politically superior or sovereign to men, as political subjects.”  According to Hans Kelsen, “Law is a normative science.” Thus, there are different definitions of the term ‘law’ given by various philosophers and jurists. In simple terms, law can be defined as a set of…

Posted on: January 4, 2021 Posted by: admin Comments: 0

INDIA AND ITS ANTI-CONVERSION LEGISLATIONS by Shriya Santosh Awale

Author: Shriya Santosh Awale, Student at ILS Law College, Pune. INTRODUCTION Most of the countries in the world guarantee the ‘Right to Religion’ to its citizen. This right presumes special importance in a multi-religious country like India. India owes religious diversity where religion is a volatile issue and religious conversions make it more volatile. The Government has enacted various anti-conversions laws with the sole purpose of preventing forceful, coercive, and…

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

NEMO DAT QUOD NON HABET by Hardik Bansal

Author: Hardik Bansal, Student at National Law University, Lucknow. INTRODUCTION Latin maxims are an important and a very integral part of the legal system throughout and in all parts of the world. They have been developed after years of observation and different developments both ideologically as well as theoretically. They are utilised in the ambit of every kind of law be it local, state level, national level or even at…

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

SURROGACY ISSUES IN INDIA by Rashmi Bansal

Author: Rashmi Bansal, Student at Banasthali Vidyapith. INTRODUCTION: Surrogacy in simplest term, a husband and wife want a child and in today’s society women don’t want to go through pregnancy just because it affects their body, their lifestyle, the comfort zone, etc. and now it is too common in developed countries as well as in India too. they do not go for pregnancy on their own rather they for a…

Posted on: December 31, 2020 Posted by: admin Comments: 0

ANALYSIS OF INTESTATE SUCCESSION TO A FEMALE U/S 15 OF HINDU SUCCESSION ACT FROM A GENDER PERSPECTIVE by Savio P Xavier & Lenna Joshy

Author: Savio P Xavier, Student at NMIMS School of Law, Navi Mumbai, Maharashtra. Co-Author: Lenna Joshy, Student at Government Law College Thrissur, Kerala. INTRODUCTION The problem of intestate succession to a hindu female got some importance before 1956 because in the majority of the cases only a limited interest in property was enjoyed by women back then. Even though few exceptions existed, mostly known as stridhana as described in Shatri…

Posted on: December 31, 2020 Posted by: admin Comments: 0

HOW COVID-19 HAS A DIRECT IMPACT ON DOMESTIC VIOLENCE ESPECIALLY ON WOMEN? by Lenna Joshy & Savio P Xavier

Author: Lenna Joshy, Student at Government Law College Thrissur, Kerala. Co-Author: Savio P Xavier, Student at NMIMS, Navi Mumbai. Shockingly such calls have been a new trend at various non-profit organizations amid this lockdown period in India. At this crucial time when the world was toiling this unprecedented situation named COVID-19, India witnessed a surgical rise in the cases of domestic violence. Violence against women is so deeply embedded in…

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

IMPACT OF BAN ON CHINESE APPS IN INDIA by Megha M

Author: Megha M, Student at Kerala Law Academy, Thiruvananthapuram. Government of India banned 59 Chinese applications on 29th June 2020 citing data security and national sovereignty concerns. The Centre has blocked these apps through its Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology invoking its powers under section 69A of Information Technology Act ,2000. Border tensions have been rising between the two countries since early May 2020 leading to the first violent…