CFP: ILSJCCL Volume 2 Issue 4, ISSN: 2581-8465 (Free Publication)

CfP: Indian Legal Solution Journal of criminal and constitutional Law [ISSN: 2581-8465, Vol 2, Issue 4]. About: ILSJCCL (Indian Legal Solution Journal of Criminal and Constitutional Law) is an e-journal having ISSN: 2581-8465 (A Unit of Raghvendra Kumar and Associates LLP,  Reg no. AAO-0844) The team is currently working in the field of Free Legal Assistance and Read More …

DALIT CHRISTIANS AND MUSLIMS – POLICY AND LAW: HARDIK BAID

DALIT CHRISTIANS AND MUSLIMS – POLICY AND LAW Author: Hardik Baid NLU Delhi ISSN: 2581-8465 ABSTRACT I search for God, whom should I hear? I made stone temples, carved God out of stone But priests are like stone, They imprison God. Whom shall I hear? We were born Untouchables Because of our deeds. – Dalit Read More …

VICTIM COMPENSATION IN INDIA – AN ANALYSIS: VASUNDHARA SAXENA

VICTIM COMPENSATION IN INDIA – AN ANALYSIS Author: Vasundhara Saxena Amity Law School, Delhi ISSN: 2581-8465 ABSTRACT Victimology continues to evolve on a daily basis as the court adopts different practices and guidelines to ensure the dignity of the affected party. But, do we have sufficient support of the law when it comes to rehabilitating Read More …

SECTION 144, CODE OF CRIMINAL PROCEDURE,1973: BHAVYA NAYYAR

SECTION 144, CODE OF CRIMINAL PROCEDURE,1973 Author: Bhavya Nayyar IP university  ISSN: 2581-8465 ABSTRACT Section 144 of the code of criminal procedure 1973, gives power to the district magistrate, a sub-divisional or any other executive magistrate on the behalf of the state government to issue an order to an individual or to the general public Read More …

RAPE WITHOUT FOUR WALLS – NO MORE A LEGITIMATE EXCEPTION: AYUSH KUMAR JAIN

Rape within Four Walls: No More A Legitimate Exception Author: Ayush Kumar Jain Presidency University Bengaluru ISSN: 2581-8465 Abstract Criminalization of Marital rape is one of the most argued and debated issues after the Ayodhya case, Section 377 & Article 370. This is not defined anywhere but it means unwanted sex with his wife by Read More …

HARMONIZING SEPARATION OF POWER FROM KHANNA’S DISSENT TO KASHMIR BLACKOUT: TANNVI

HARMONIZING SEPARATION OF POWER FROM KHANNA’S DISSENT TO KASHMIR BLACKOUT Author: Tannvi CHRIST (Deemed to be University), Bengaluru ISSN: 2581-8465 ABSTRACT From the positivist epoch to the golden age of the disposition of the Judiciary towards the Government, the Indian Judiciary has gone through several phases of changes since its inception. One of the essential Read More …

CONSTITUTIONAL IDENTITY – JUDICIAL DEVELOPMENTS AND NEW ERA’s APPROACH TO A PROGRESSIVE SOCIETY: ESHANEE & SHASHWAT

CONSTITUTIONAL IDENTITY: JUDICIAL DEVELOPMENTS AND NEW ERA’s APPROACH TO A PROGRESSIVE SOCIETY Author: Eshanee Bhattacharya Co-Author: Shashwat Shukla ICFAI Law School, Hyderabad ISSN: 2581-8465 Abstract India is a state with diverse socio-geographical spheres, different customs and practices, and prophecies. The Indian soil has witnessed histories like battles, wars, colonialism, and freedom struggle to build an Read More …

CHARACTER IN EVIDENCE LAW: SAMHITHA & P. VASISHTAN

LAW OF EVIDENCE: CHARACTER IN EVIDENCE LAW Author: Samhitha Sharath Reddy Co-Author: P. Vasishtan * ISSN: 2581-8465 ABSTRACT ‘Character’ means, the disposition, reputation, or collective traits of a person as they might be gathered from close observation of that person’s pattern of behavior.1 The English Law has been including the term ‘character’ as a part Read More …

CONSTITUTIONAL VALIDITY OF DEATH PENALTY: SAMHITHA & P. VASISHTAN

CONSTITUTIONAL VALIDITY OF DEATH PENALTY Author: Samhitha Sharath Reddy Co-Author: P. Vasishtan* ISSN: 2581-8465 ABSTRACT All punishments are based on the same proposition i.e. there must be a penalty for wrongdoing. Most systems of religion or ethics teach that bad actions lead to bad consequences. There are two main reasons for inflicting punishment. One is Read More …

THE DOCTRINE OF REASONABLE CLASSIFICATION-AN EXCEPTION TO THE RIGHT TO EQUALITY: CARISHMA BHARGAVA

THE DOCTRINE OF REASONABLE CLASSIFICATION: AN EXCEPTION TO THE RIGHT TO EQUALITY Author: Carishma Bhargava O.P. Jindal Global University (Jindal global Law School) ISSN: 2581-8465 ABSTRACT The Doctrine of Reasonable Classification is a significant concept of the Indian Constitution. The equal protection of laws guaranteed by Article 14 does not imply that all laws must Read More …

CRITICAL ANALYSIS ON EUTHANASIA VIS-À-VIS RIGHT TO DIE WITH DIGNITY: MUSKAN SHARMA & PUSHKAR BHANDARKAR

CRITICAL ANALYSIS ON EUTHANASIA VIS-À-VIS RIGHT TO DIE WITH DIGNITY Author: Muskan Sharma Co-Author: Pushkar Bhandarkar Amity Law School, Amity University Chhattisgarh ISSN: 2581-8465 ABSTRACT Euthanasia means a deliberate action taken to end one’s life to relieve persistent pain and suffering. With scientific and technological development, ideas related to life and death have changed drastically. Read More …