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‘hire And Fire’ In 2nd National Commission On Labor

Since the release of the report of 2nd National Commission on Labour in 2002, there has been a major apprehension regarding its philosophy among scho  ...Read More

By: Kumarjit Banerjee and Bulbul Khaitan | | Labour and Industrial

‘ma Patrie, C’est La Langue Française’ – Linguistic Imperialism And Minority Language Rights In International Law

Orwell’s dystopian masterpiece, 1984, describes a society where the government manipulates the thought process of its subjects by forcing them to com  ...Read More

By: Kartik Tripathi | | International Law

‘quit Or Be Disqualified’: Does Continuing As Speaker Inviting Expulsion From One’s Party Warrant Disqualification Under The Tenth Schedule?

The recent expulsion of Lok Sabha Speaker, Mr. Somnath Chatterjee from his party has raised not just a flutter in the political circles, but also man  ...Read More

By: Deepak Raju and Karthy Nair | | Constitution

‘right To Privacy’ In Naz Foundation: A Counter-heteronormative Critique

The link between sex and privacy is not self-evident. The protection of the ‘right to privacy’ is accorded to only those sex acts that have the norma  ...Read More

By: Saptarshi Mandal | | Constitution

A Case Against Delay As A Ground For Commutation Of Death Sentences

With the pronouncement of the judgments in Triveniben v. State of Gujarat, Mahendra Nath Das v. Union of India and Shatrughan Chauhan v. Union of Ind  ...Read More

By: Zubin Dash And Shashank Singh | | Criminal

A Case For Enacting Adequate Sports Legislation Through An Analysis Of The Legal Debacle Of The 2010 Common Wealth Games

In this paper I argue that the lack the sports legislation in the country was one of the reasons behind the Commonwealth Games organizational fiasco.  ...Read More

By: Shan Kohli | | Miscellaneous

A Legal Exclusion Through ‘criminalization’, ‘stigmatization’ And ‘invisibilization’ In The Pre And Post-independence India

Law as an institution strives to perform both inclusionary and exclusionary functions in any societal structure. In the present paper, the author hig  ...Read More

By: Mr. B. B. Pande | | International Law

A Right To Have Rights – The German Constitutional Concept Of Human Dignity

The German constitution declares in its first Amendment that human dignity is inviolable and declares its protection a duty of the state. The followi  ...Read More

By: Christoph Enders | | Human Rights

Administrative Litigation In China: Parties And Their Rights And Obligations

The rights and obligations of the parties involved in an administrative litigation in China are important for realizing the targets, to protect the i  ...Read More

By: LIU Jianlong | | Administrative Law

An Analysis Of The Modern Offence Of Sedition

Of all the laws that were inherited from the colonial regime in India, few have been as controversial as those related to seditious offences. Since i  ...Read More

By: Nivedita Saksena And Siddhartha Srivastava | | Criminal
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