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DOES INDIA REQUIRE A SEPARATE DISCRIMINATION LAW OR EQUALITY BILL?

The article provides the reader why India needs a discrimination law; because it amplifies the functioning of the Constitution. It explains what a discrimination law is: a norm which qualifies four co....

Author: Rajat Chawda   |  Subject: Constitution |  (Articles by Students)

There Is A Thin Line Between 'Best In The World' And 'Best Money Can Buy' : Analysis Through Comparative Advertisement And Disparagement In Trademark Law In India With Reference To United States And European Union

Comparative advertisements also recognized as disparaging commercials are controlled in order to ensure that no one in the commercial world should falsely depict or display competitor products and fac....

Author: Piyush Thanvi and Nilansha Singhvi   |  Subject: Intellectual Property Rights |  (Articles by Students)

Cruelty As A Ground For Divorce In Hindu Society

Hindus constitute the majority of the Indian population. Hence, it is but natural that the institutional changes affecting the Hindu way of life is a matter of interest and concern to the Indian law-m....

Author: Avinash Kumar   |  Subject: Family Law |  (Articles by Students)

Consumer Protection Act, 2019 – Key Changes

The Parliament passed the Consumer Protection Act (CPA), 2019 which received the assent of the President on 9th August 2019. The Act has repealed the Consumer Protection Act, 1986 a 33 years old consu....

Author: Sanjay Sisodia   |  Subject: Consumer |  (Articles by Students)

Capital Punishment: Unethical Or Unlawful?

Capital Punishment has always been a debatable topic for the judiciary of any country. There have be....

Author: Akshita Mohilay   |  Subject: Criminal |  (Articles by Students)

Aadhaar Infringing Fundamental Rights

The "foundation" of the 12-digit number has given birth to some problems that have affected the nation as a whole. The implementation of the system, act and policy has seen some important flaws, due t....

Author: Ayush Pandia   |  Subject: Constitution |  (Articles by Students)

GOA – PORTUGAL: CRISES OF CONFLICTING LAWS

They say, “Amor, fogo, e tosse, A seudonodescobre” in Portuguese which when translated to English conveys, “Love, smoke and cough are hard to hide” and so are loopholes in laws. The escape clauses hav....

Author: Viyyash Kumar and Jumanah Kader   |  Subject: Miscellaneous |  (Articles by Students)

UNDERSTANDING GENOCIDE LAWS WITHRESPECT TO INDIA

This paper mainly focuses on the Convention on Genocide and its need. The paper includes the brief definition of the genocide and its elements, it further discusses the Genocide Convention and some of....

Author: Ankur Jain   |  Subject: Criminal |  (Articles by Students)

FORENSICS – A WAY TO JUSTICE

The never-ending rate of crime and its complexity emphasizes the role and importance of forensics in the current scenario. Forensics is a systematic study of evidence found at the scene of occurrence.....

Author: S.S.Sanjay Krishnan and H.M.Shambhavee   |  Subject: Criminal |  (Articles by Students)

Intervention Of International Laws And Organization In Restoring The Right To Self Determination Of The State Of Jammu And Kashmir

India has recently Article 370 which provides special status to the state of Jammu and Kashmir, Article 370 of the constitution of India provides autonomy to the state of Jammu and Kashmir to make i....

Author: Avani Malhotra   |  Subject: Miscellaneous |  (Articles by Students)
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