Right to Information: Tailoring the merits to enhance the meaning

Shrey Sahai, 2nd Year Law Student, Christ Lavasa University “The only thing necessary for a triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing’’–Edmund Burke Democracy is the order of the day when all citizens should be participants with only the elected government representing the citizens. As the President of the United States, AbrahamContinue reading “Right to Information: Tailoring the merits to enhance the meaning”

EVOLUTION OF THE CONCEPT OF TRANSFER OF PROPERTY IN INDIA

Aparna Venkatraman, 4th Year Law Student, TNNLU ABSTRACT Property is an integral part of human existence. Property has defined the wealth of a person since time immemorial and property rights have played a key role in evolution of civilisations. Property is of two types – movable or immovable. Colloquially speaking, property refers to immovable propertyContinue reading “EVOLUTION OF THE CONCEPT OF TRANSFER OF PROPERTY IN INDIA”

AGARWALSINCE DECEASED v. VISHAN DAYAL RAJPOOT

Ronak Goyal, 3rd Year Law Student, National Law Institute University, Bhopal FACTUAL BACKGROUND- The appellant, the landlord filed a small cause suit in 2008 in Small Causes Court Firozabad praying for decree of eviction, rent and damages. The suit was transferred to the Court of Additional District Judge as the valuation exceeded Rs 25,000 i.e.Continue reading “AGARWALSINCE DECEASED v. VISHAN DAYAL RAJPOOT”

Bio-Medical Waste Disposal During and Post Pandemic: Challenges Faced and Ways to Overcome Them

Sukrit Dhingra, 3rd Year Law Student, University School of Law and Legal Studies, GGSIPU INTRODUCTION TO BIO-MEDICAL WASTE Bio-Medical waste or BMW means any waste, which is generated during the diagnosis, treatment or immunization of human beings or animals or research activities pertaining thereto or in the production or testing of biological or in healthContinue reading “Bio-Medical Waste Disposal During and Post Pandemic: Challenges Faced and Ways to Overcome Them”

SAVING WHAT IS LEFT OF CRIMINAL DEFAMATION

Kushal Tekriwal & ISHAN PURI, 5-year B.B.A. LL.B. (Hons.), Jindal Global Law School, O.P. Jindal Global University “A human personality is endowed with potential infinity and it blossoms when dignity is sustained; When a dent is created in the reputation, humanism is paralysed.”[1] “An honour which is a lost or life which is snuffed outContinue reading “SAVING WHAT IS LEFT OF CRIMINAL DEFAMATION”

REMEDIES AVAILABLE TO HOMEBUYERS IN DELAY OF POSSESSION: A SIGH OF RELIEF

Anshika Vashishtha & Varun Mishra, FInal Year Law Student, Institute of Law, Nirma University, Ahmedabad. Introduction In the new developing era, where everything is moving at a fast pace, the real estate sector also moving towards its peak. Many people aspiring for good prospects for growth in the real estate sector invest in this sector.Continue reading “REMEDIES AVAILABLE TO HOMEBUYERS IN DELAY OF POSSESSION: A SIGH OF RELIEF”

CAPITAL PUNISHMENT:JUSTICE FOR MURDER OR MURDER FOR JUSTICE

Darshan Hampannavar,2nd year Law Student,Karnataka State Law University’s Law School, Hubli I) Introduction: capital punishment, is also called as death sentence, is a type of punishment given to the criminals for committing the severe crimes and execution is nothing but the act of carrying out such process of death sentence. Capital crimes are often punishableContinue reading “CAPITAL PUNISHMENT:JUSTICE FOR MURDER OR MURDER FOR JUSTICE”

ANTI- CONVERSION LAWS- HOW FAR ARE THESE LAWS REASONABLE?

Pritha Lahiri, 2nd Year Law Student, Institute of Law, Nirma University Introduction Anti- conversion laws or Love Jihad is a term loosely used to refer to laws passed on religious conversion. More recently, it has come to the limelight after the recent ordinance that was passed by Uttar Pradesh state cabinet and the proposed draftContinue reading “ANTI- CONVERSION LAWS- HOW FAR ARE THESE LAWS REASONABLE?”

POLITICS OF MAJORITY & MASSACRE: A BLOT ON INDIAN DEMOCRACY

Simran khurana, Law Student, 5thyear student, Amity Law School, Noida. Abstract Violence in all forms is horrendous & ghastly, disregarding whether done by those who have the majority or by a religion or ideology which we validate. Despite encountering the widespread butchering of Hindus, Muslims & Sikhs as a part of India’s partition process, theContinue reading “POLITICS OF MAJORITY & MASSACRE: A BLOT ON INDIAN DEMOCRACY”

ANALYSING THE NEED FOR A DEATH PENALTY REFORM IN INDIA

By Kshitij Sethi, 3rd Law Student, Pam Manohar Lohiya National Law University, Lucknow Introduction In recent years, capital punishment has become a very burning issue not only in India but also all over the world. Whether this punishment should be retained in statutes or be abolished is being debated all around the world. Many countriesContinue reading “ANALYSING THE NEED FOR A DEATH PENALTY REFORM IN INDIA”