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”

A CRITIQUE OF CRITICS OF MODERN INTERNATIONAL LAW

By Shaijal Shekhar, Law Student, Aligarh Muslim University Introduction There has been an ongoing and probably a never-ending debate among scholars of international law on whether the international law could be regarded as a real a law or not. Thus, there exists a group of scholars who are of the view that international law isContinue reading “A CRITIQUE OF CRITICS OF MODERN INTERNATIONAL LAW”

INDIAN JUDICIARY:A STANDSTILL HOPE…

By Harsh Mishra, Law Student “ In a country with a population of more than 1.3 billion, only 1.5 million people are able to seek justice,” – Indian Justice Report 2019. India is the country which used to be the land of the Manu, who provided the first book on law, where there is theContinue reading “INDIAN JUDICIARY:A STANDSTILL HOPE…”

RESTRUCTURING PROCESSES OUTSIDE IBC

By Vedant Sumant, Law Student, Gujarat National Law University, Gandhinagar Abstract The IBC was a visionary legislation which envisioned increasing the ease of doing business in Bharat but it had its own cons. These cons were magnified due to the restrictions in place put in effect in order to curb the spread of Covid-19. IfContinue reading “RESTRUCTURING PROCESSES OUTSIDE IBC”

APPLICABILITY OF FORCE MAJEURE CLAUSE AND DOCTRINE OF FRUSTRATION DURING COVID-19

By Divyansh Ganjoo and Kartikey Gaur, Law Student, USLLS, GGSIPU Introduction The unprecedented impact of Covid-19 has the whole global market economy in shambles. Even in India its tremors can be felt, affecting not just local businesses but big multinationals and manufacturing enterprises with production centers on halt and recession right around the corner.  NotContinue reading “APPLICABILITY OF FORCE MAJEURE CLAUSE AND DOCTRINE OF FRUSTRATION DURING COVID-19”

RIGHTS CODIFIED FOR CYBER CRIMES ADMINISTERING MEDIA: A NEED FOR PROSPECTIVE ACTION

By Anshit Minocha, Law Student, School of Law, UPES Introduction Online Harassment’s purview has been widely discussed under the Information Technology Act, 2000. [1] Online Harassment can be described as a hostile statement that intends to corrupt and demean one’s reputation. Online Harassment could be a form of malicious act, or even a negligent act.Continue reading “RIGHTS CODIFIED FOR CYBER CRIMES ADMINISTERING MEDIA: A NEED FOR PROSPECTIVE ACTION”