DOWRY DEATHS – SURYA PRAKASH

DOWRY DEATHS Author: Mr. Surya Prakash,  New Law College, Bharti Vidyapeeth University. ISSN: 2581-8465 ABSTRACT The classification of cause of death is real in its consequences: for the reputation of the deceased, for her family, for those who may be concerned, and for medical specialty and social research and policies and practices that may follow […]

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SANTHARA: AN EXCEPTION OR CRIME UNDER PROVISIONS OF INDIAN PENAL CODE, 1860 – NIKHIL PARAKH & SEJAL MAKKAD

SANTHARA: AN EXCEPTION OR CRIME UNDER PROVISIONS OF INDIAN PENAL CODE, 1860 Author: Nikhil Parakh Co-Author: Sejal Makkad Amity Law school, Amity University Chhattisgarh ISSN: 2581-8465 ABSTRACT India being a secular country, gives freedom for professing religions freely. The freedom as provided under Article 25 of The Constitution of India gives rights to citizens of India to […]

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SABRIMALA TEMPLE JUDGEMENT: A CRITICAL ANALYSIS – YOGI CHAUDHARY

SABRIMALA TEMPLE JUDGEMENT: A CRITICAL ANALYSIS Author: Yogi Chaudhary Law College Dehradun, Uttaranchal University ISSN: 2581-8465 Abstract:On 28thSept. 2018, the Supreme Court of India in a 4:1 ratio judgement removed the ban on menstruating women to enter the Sabrimala Temple in kerala. The judgement got applauds from those who support equality in every sphere of […]

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CONSTITUTIONAL ANALYSIS OF SIMULTANEOUS ELECTIONS – GAVIN PONNANNA

CONSTITUTIONAL ANALYSIS OF SIMULTANEOUS ELECTIONS WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO COOPERATIVE FEDERALISM Author: Gavin Ponnanna School Of Law Christ University ISSN: 2581-8465 Abstract The paper is a critical analysis of the Indian federal structure, which has some peculiar features are noted. Moreover, the concept of cooperative federalism and the importance of it in realizing the true […]

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MUT’AH MARRIAGE IN ISLAM: A CAMOUFLAGED PROSTITUTION – MONALISA MUKHERJEE

Mut’ah Marriage in Islam: A Camouflaged Prostitution Author: Monalisa Mukherjee New Law College, Bharatiya Vidyapeeth University ISSN: 2581-8465 ABSTRACT Nikah Mut’ah or Mut’ah Marriage, is basically a form of temporary marriage, widely popular among the Twelver Shia School of Islam. Mut’ah means ‘Joy’, a marriage which is constituted for pleasure and is temporarily held and […]

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A BREACH OF CONDITION AND ITS IMPACT ON THE EXONERATION OF THE INSURER – HARSH MAHASETH

A Breach of Condition and its Impact on the Exoneration of the Insurer Author: Harsh Mahaseth NALSAR University of Law, Hyderabad, India ISSN: 2581-846 THE INSURANCE POLICY SHOULD BE STRICTLY CONSTRUED There is no difference between a contract of insurance and any other contract, and that it should be construed strictly without adding or deleting […]

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SECTION 41A THE CODE OF CRIMINAL PROCEDURE- CRITICAL ANALYSIS – DIVYANSHU BANSAL & PRATIK KUMAR.

SECTION 41A THE CODE OF CRIMINAL PROCEDURE- CRITICAL ANALYSIS Author: Divyanshu Bansal Co-Author: Pratik Kumar Jindal Global Law School ISSN: 2581-8465 ABSTRACT Right to life as under article 21 of the Indian Constitution has been bestowed a paramount and supreme status by the judiciary. Article 21 and 22 provide protection against arbitrary detention and arrest […]

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ARSON AND INTENTION OF ARSONIST – SUBHI MATHUR

ARSON AND INTENTION OF ARSONIST Author: Subhi Mathur School of Legal Studies, Babu Bnaarasi Das University, Lucknow. ISSN: 2581-8465 ABSTRACT In this Paper you will come to know about the arson and the psychology of the arsonist to perform such crime. Arson means to deliberately burn someone else’s property with criminal or fraudulent intent. Most […]

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PARDONING POWER OF PRESIDENT – KAVYA JHAWAR

PARDONING POWER OF PRESIDENT Author: Kavya Jhawar GLS Law College, Ahmedabad ISSN: 2581-8465 ABSTRACT: This article talks about the powers given to the President of India which includes many forms of such powers like the Executive, Legislative, Diplomatic, Emergency, Pardoning Powers etc.It explains the gest of pardoning Power that whenever any person is given Capital […]

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MATHURA RAPE CASE – YUKTI KOHLI & SIDDHARTH KHAIRA

Mathura Rape Case Author: Yukti Kohli Co-Author: Siddharth Khaira Jagran Lakecity University ISSN: 2581-8465 Abstract The present case has all the ingredients of section 375 of the Indian Penal Code, and the onus to prove the same is always on the prosecution. This is an appeal placed under special leave provision which is against the […]

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CONVICTIONS GONE WRONG: A QUANTITATIVE STUDY ON WRONGFUL CONVICTIONS – SAI NIHARIKA

CONVICTIONS GONE WRONG: A QUANTITATIVE STUDY ON WRONGFUL CONVICTIONS. Author: Sai Niharika Alliance School of Law ISSN: 2581-8465 ABSTRACT: Wrongful convictions are synonymous with the miscarriage of justice. It occurs when a person who is actually innocent is declared guilty by a competent court of law and is convicted for an offence he never committed. […]

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