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Default/ Statutory/ Compulsory Bail: A Primer

The present Article focuses on the aspect of “bail in default”, in terms of the provision of section 167 of Code of Criminal Code, 1973 and is an attempt to encapsulate various aspects related and anc....

Author: Dhruv Gupta   |  Subject: Criminal |  (Articles by Professionals)

Live-in Relationships in India: Is the Concept Accepted?

As we all know that marriages and live in relationship are both type of association which forms a bond between two people, as for marriage its considered to be a sacramental union between two people f....

Author: Jitendra Mahapatra   |  Subject: Family Law |  (Articles by Professionals)

Sex Robots—A Harbinger for Emerging AI Risk

Sex robots are increasing an astounding sum of attention in current conversations about innovation and the future of human connections. To help comprehend what sorts of relationships individuals will ....

Author: Shereen Abdin & Aliza Abdin   |  Subject: Information Technology/Cyber Law |  (Articles by Students)

Evolution of the Concept of Hindu Women’s Right to Property

The idea of a fair share of property for women in Indian society is still marred by the existing ropes of statutory laws. Evolution of this concept of ‘Women’s Right to Property has taken a very long....

Author: Sriya Shubhalaxmi Mishra   |  Subject: Property |  (Articles by Students)

Historical Evolution of Untouchability in Ancient and Medieval India

Untouchability1 in the dictionary of Merriam-Webster has been defined “as the state or the quality of being untouchable”. Untouchability is a form of social boycott which is instilled deep into the p....

Author: Sriya Shubhalaxmi Mishra   |  Subject: Constitution |  (Articles by Students)

Genetically Modified Food Crops & Corporate Control: Balancing Intellectual Property Right and Right to Food

Genetically Modified (GM) foods are foods derived from organisms with modified gene (DNA), in a way that does not occur naturally, for instance, through the introduction of a foreign gene in a specifi....

Author: Lipi Parashar   |  Subject: Intellectual Property Rights |  (Articles by Students)

A Paradigm Shift Towards Sustainability: An Environmental Irony

Since last few decades, the environmental challenges have been garnering severe attention from all the masses around the globe and have affected the political, social, legal as well as economical aspe....

Author: Somya Babel and Sreedevi Poduval   Year: 2020 /Month: 11 /Vol: 2 /Issue:1 |  Subject: Environment |  (Academic Journals)

The Need for Comprehensive Legislation on the Maintenance and Rearing of Farmed Pigs in India

In India, there are no standards on how these animals are to be treated for most of their lives, as there is a lack of legislation on how pigs have to be reared and kept on pig farms. The India Preven....

Author: Tejas Sateesha Hinder   |  Subject: Miscellaneous |  (Articles by Students)

Legitimising Prostitution in India

The demand side of the prostitution industry is rapidly emerging on the national and international p....

Author: Syed Aatif   Year: 2020 /Month: 11 /Vol: 2 /Issue:1 |  Subject: Miscellaneous |  (Academic Journals)

Role of RTI in Good Governance with Reference to the RTI (AMENDMENT) ACT, 2019

It was right said by Lord Acton that power corrupts and absolute power corrupts absolutely.1 The need of the hour was to keep a check on this power and for the same reason the Right to Information was....

Author: Satvik Mishra   |  Subject: Right to Information |  (Articles by Students)
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