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GENDER INEQUALITY AND CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHTS OF WOMEN

GENDER INEQUALITY AND CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHTS OF WOMEN

INTRODUCTION Gender inequality is concerned the two different sex in this world who are unequally treated which affects the individuals life style and the differences caused are not from biology but also from psychology and cultural norms that ultimately empowers one group from the other. The point is that the gender inequality exist only in

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ALTERNATIVE DISPUTE RESOLUTION: AUXILIARY FOR LITIGATION IN INDIA

ALTERNATIVE DISPUTE RESOLUTION: AUXILIARY FOR LITIGATION IN INDIA

This Article is written by Rahul Negi pursuing B.B.A-L.L.B(Hons) from Law College Dehradun (Uttaranchal University) Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) is the practice of solving disputes without litigation and outside the court, thus External Dispute Resolution (EDR) is synonym to the concept of Alternative Dispute Resolution. The practice of ADR is not only confined to one

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STEPS TO ENSURE ACCUSEDS PRESENCE AT TRIAL

INTRODUCTION The presence of the Accused at the trial is one of the essential features of a fair trial. This ensures that the Accused is given a fair chance to defend himself, available in person. Further, in case he is found guilty he must be available in person to receive the sentence passed on him.

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DOCTRINES OF INDIAN CONSTITUTIONAL LAW

DOCTRINES OF INDIAN CONSTITUTIONAL LAW

This Article is written by Bushra Malik, student of B.A. LL.B. (Hons.) from Galgotias University. DOCTRINE OF PRECEDENT Meaning & Definition –  A precedent is a rule which is binding to all subordinate Courts and used when deciding the subsequent cases with the same facts and circumstances. When a Court has taken previous decision as

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An Artificial Person behind the Bars

An Artificial Person behind the Bars

This Article is written by Pushti Dublish, pursuing B.A. LL.B. (Hons.) from Galgotias University. INTRODUCTION Have you heard this well-known quote “Don’t judge a book by its cover”? In this corporate legal world, whenever a company is incorporated it is considered as a separate legal entity that it is different from the persons who manage

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SEDITION: A CONTROVERSIAL LAW

SEDITION: A CONTROVERSIAL LAW

This Article is written by Rahul Negi pursuing BB.A. LL.B. (Hons.) from Law College, Dehradun (Uttaranchal University). INTRODUCTION The Law Commission in its Consultation Paper on Sedition has quoted that “India-largest democracy of the world, considering that right to free speech and expression is an essential ingredient of democracy.” As for a vibrant democracy to

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THE PLEA: DELIVERS THE JUSTICE

THE PLEA: DELIVERS THE JUSTICE

This Article is written by Archana Upadhyay pursuing B.A. LL.B. from Galgotias University. Introduction Justice should be delivered at the doorstep, not only to the Prosecution but also to the Accused, which has been the most essential concern of the Indian legal system. With this view, the Law Commission has made numerous efforts to bring

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MINERVA MILLS V. UNION OF INDIA

MINERVA MILLS V. UNION OF INDIA

This Article is written by Janhavi Sakalkar pursuing BA. LL.B.(Hons.) from Symbiosis Law School, Pune. Introduction Minerva Mills was a textile industry based in the State of Karnataka, it was engaged in the mass production of silk clothes. The Central Government appointed a committee under Section 15 of the Industries (Development and Regulation) Act, 1951

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CRIMINAL CONSPIRACY:CLANDESTINE OFFENCE

CRIMINAL CONSPIRACY:CLANDESTINE OFFENCE

This Article is written by Rahul Negi, pursuing B.B.A. LL.B. (Hons.) from Law College Dehradun (Uttaranchal University) INTRODUCTION The Criminal conspiracy means an agreement between two or more persons to perform any illegal act or legal act with illegal means or intentions. The term criminal conspiracy is defined under Section 120 A of the Indian

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VICARIOUS AND STRICT LIABILITY UNDER LAW OF TORTS

VICARIOUS AND STRICT LIABILITY UNDER LAW OF TORTS

This Article is written by Mridushi Damani student of Hidayatullah National Law University. INTRODUCTION The concept of Vicarious Liability and Strict Liability can be found in the Law of Torts which discusses the laws relating to various public wrongs. While it can be stated that the concept of Vicarious Liability relates to the liability of

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PROMINENCE OF LIQUIDATION OVER ARBITRAL AWARD

PROMINENCE OF LIQUIDATION OVER ARBITRAL AWARD

This Article is written by Pushti Dublish,  pursuing B.A. LL.B. from Galgotias University. INTRODUCTION In a recent case of Surana Power Ltd  v. BHEL, [1] the National Company Law Appellate Tribunal (hereinafter referred to as NCLAT) while setting aside the order of the National Company Law Tribunal (NCLT) ruled out that the liquidation process of

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BAIL AND ITS VARIOUS TYPES – (IN-DEPTH ANALYSIS)

BAIL AND ITS VARIOUS TYPES – (IN-DEPTH ANALYSIS)

This Article is written by Aparna Chaki student of Heritage Law College (Calcutta University). INTRODUCTION Bail, in law, is a term that signifies temporary or transitional emancipation of a person who is accused in any criminal matter wherein the court is yet to pronounce the judgment. In other words, “bail” is the release of an

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