CfP: Indian Legal Solution Journal of criminal and constitutional Law [ISSN: 2581-8465, Vol 2, Issue 3]: Submit by July, 5th.

Heading:  CfP: Indian Legal Solution Journal of criminal and constitutional Law [ISSN: 2581-8465, Vol 2, Issue 3]: Submit by June, 30th. 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 Read More …

CAPITAL PUNISHMENT IN INDIA – A CRITICAL ANALYSIS: PRATEEK JAIN

Capital Punishment in India- A Critical Analysis Author: Prateek Jain LL.M. (2nd Semester) Seedling School of Law & Governance, Jaipur National University, Jaipur, Rajasthan ISSN: 2581-8465 ABSTRACT In the 21st century, each and every developed and developing country dealing with the issue related to increasing crime rate. As a developing country, India has a wide Read More …

ISSUE OF THE SEXUAL HARASSMENT AT WORKPLACE: VAISHALI MALHOTRA

ISSUE OF THE SEXUAL HARRASMENT AT WORKPLACE Author: Vaishali Malhotra ISSN: 2581-8465 Abstract The laws of India have strived to provide for the protection of women against sexual harassment. If any person violates the laws there are civil and criminals remedies. In the case of the Vishaka guidelines have also been discussed in relation to Read More …

UNDERSTANDING THE RELEVANCE OF THE EPIDEMIC DISEASES ACT, 1897-IN CONTEMPORARY TIMES: AMIT KUMAR

Understanding the Relevance of the Epidemic Diseases Act, 1897 in Contemporary Times Author: Amit Kumar        LLM (2nd Year), Department of Law, Kurukshetra University. ISSN: 2581-8465 Abstract Recently, many states in India have invoked various provisions of the Epidemic Diseases Act of 1897 in order to control and prevent the spread of communicable diseases. In Read More …

MANUAL SCAVENGING: PRACTISE OUTLAWED ON PAPER, YET PERSISTENT: MALVIKA AGGARWAL & JATIN LALIT SINGH

Manual Scavenging: Practise outlawed on paper, yet persistent Author: Malvika Aggarwal Co-Author: Jatin Lalit Singh School of Law, Galgotias University. ISSN: 2581-8465 ABSTRACT In India, the manual scavengers have been treated as the most despicable weight of the society since ancient times because they belong to the poorest and most disadvantageous communities in all the Read More …

CRIMINALIZATION OF MARITAL RAPE LAW IN INDIA-NEED OF THE HOUR: AAYUSH AKAR & SHUBHANK SUMAN

CRIMINALIZATION OF MARITAL RAPE LAW IN INDIA: NEED OF THE HOUR Author: Aayush Akar Co-Author: Shubhank Suman ISSN: 2581-8465 ABSTRACT Marriage is seen as a standout of our nation’s most sacrosanct institution. In any case, this establishment shatters completely when its sanctity is worsened. Marital rape is abusing a woman’s right to pride and the Read More …

RELIGIOUS INTOLERANCE- THE CONSTITUTIONAL PERSPECTIVE: PAWANPREET SINGH

Religious Intolerance : The Constitutional Perspective Author: Pawanpreet Singh B.A., LL.B. Hons. (Gold Medalist), Advocate, Pursuing LL.M. (Criminal Law), UGC-NET Qualified ISSN: 2581-8465 Abstract : When we look back upon the religious ideologies and philosophies spread by some of the great Social reformers and preachers of the Ancient and Medieval India like Buddha, Jain or Read More …

GENDER JUSTICE AND GENDER EQUALITY: NISHTHA KHERIA & VARUN VIKASH

Gender Justice and Gender Equality Author: Nishtha Kheria  Co-Author: Varun Vikas Srivastav Amity law School Noida ISSN: 2581-8465 Abstract: Gender equality between women and men refers to equal rights, responsibilities, and opportunities for ladies and men and girls and boys. Equality does not imply that girls and men will become identical but that women’s and men’s rights, responsibilities and opportunities Read More …

A CRITICAL APPRAISAL OF THE SURROGACY (REGULATION) BILL, 2020: JALAJ AGARWAL & GRACY BINDRA

A CRITICAL APPRAISAL OF THE SURROGACY (REGULATION) BILL, 2020 Author: Jalaj Agarwal Co-Author: Gracy Bindra Symbiosis Law School, Pune ISSN: 2581-8465 ABSTRACT: Surrogacy is a method or practice whereby a woman agrees to carry out pregnancy for another person or persons, who will become the newborn child’s parent(s) after birth. It is thus regarded as Read More …

ARTICLE 370- SCRAPPED AFTER YEARS LONG: PRATHESHTA ANANDAN

ARTICLE 370- Scrapped after years long Author: Pratheshta Anandan SASTRA deemed to be University ISSN: 2581-8465 ABSTRACT: Kashmir has always been a disputed state between India and Pakistan. Though both countries claim its territorial ownership, Kashmir has always been considered to be a part of the Republic of India. Indian constitution gave special status to Read More …

CYBERCRIMES-ARE WOMEN BEING SOFT TARGETS: EKTA SOOD

CYBERCRIMES: ARE WOMEN BEING SOFT TARGETS? Author: Ekta Sood Asst. Prof. Law, HIMCAPES College of Law, Una, HP ISSN: 2581-8465 ABSTRACT Today we cannot imagine our life without technology. Technology has become an integral part of our life. With the advent of technology, crimes have also increased and one such crime is cybercrime. Cybercrime is Read More …