ROLE OF CONSTITUTION AND JUDICIARY IN PROTECTING THE RIGHTS OF PERSONS WITH DISABILITY: YOGESH MISHRA

A STUDY ON- ROLE OF CONSTITUTION AND JUDICIARY IN PROTECTING THE RIGHTS OF PERSONS WITH DISABILITY Author: Yogesh Mishra Assistant Professor, KIIT Law School, KIIT University ISSN: 2581-8465 ABSTRACT The problem of doing justice to people with physical and mental impairments is one of the major unresolved problems of social justice. The problems that are Read More …

PRESERVING, PERFECTING AND PERPETUATING THE LAWS-CONSTITUTIONAL MORALITY: AKSHAY CHUG

PRESERVING, PERFECTING AND PERPETUATING THE LAWS: CONSTITUTIONAL MORALITY Author: Akshay Chugh Symbiosis Law School, Pune ISSN: 2581-8465 ABSTRACT This article focuses on the concept of Constitutional morality and its effect on the Laws of Land. Judgment analysis has been made through an online database on Preserving, Perfecting and Perpetuating the laws in light of the Read More …

HOW CRIMINOLOGY CAN BE USEFUL IN CRIMINAL TRIALS: SATWIK SENGUPTA

‘How Criminology can be useful in Criminal Trials’ Author: Satwik Sengupta Studying at Amity Law School, Delhi ISSN: 2581-8465 ABSTRACT The topic I have prepared my research paper on is ‘how criminology can be useful in criminal trials’. In this research paper, I have highlighted why our criminal procedure mechanism is lacking in many aspects Read More …

MARITAL RAPE- COMPARISON OF INDIA WITH FOREIGN COUNTRIES: RAJ ARYAN

Marital Rape: Comparison of India with Foreign Countries Author: Raj Aryan Lloyd Law College ISSN: 2581-8465 Abstract: Rape being punishable under section 375 of IPC includes essentials in which a person can be convicted of committing rape. Being very broad in its scope, yet it doesn’t include any provisions of raping a woman by his Read More …

CRITICAL ANALYSIS OF THE RECENT TRANSGENDER PERSONS (PROTECTION OF RIGHTS) BILL, 2019: AKANSHA ANAND

CRITICAL ANALYSIS OF THE RECENT TRANSGENDER PERSONS (PROTECTION OF RIGHTS) BILL, 2019 Author: Akansha Anand  Fairfield Institute of Management & technology. ISSN: 2581-8465 ABSTRACT- The sole purpose of welfare legislation of any country should be to protect its citizens without having any discrimination among its citizens on the basis of gender, race, religion, etc. Hence, Read More …

FROM MAFIA TO ORGANISED CRIMES-INDIA’S BIGGEST CRIME NETWORK: NANCY PARE & NISHA PASARI

FROM MAFIA TO ORGANISED CRIMES: INDIA’S BIGGEST CRIME NETWORK Author: Nancy Pare Co-Author: Nisha Pasari Faculty of Law, Jamnalal Bajaj School of Legal Studies, Banasthali Vidyapith, Rajasthan (Jaipur) ISSN: 2581-8465 Abstract– From the ancient Gangsters known as Thugs and Pindarees to the extortionist of today, the evolution of organized crime in the world’s second most Read More …

ISSUE OF VIOLENCE AGAINST CHILDREN AND THEIR PROTECTION- IN A GLOBAL PERSPECTIVE: K. GAYATRI DEVI

Issue of violence against children and their protection- In a global perspective Author: K. Gayatari Devi Dr. B. R. Ambedkar College of Law, Andhra University, Visakhapatnam ISSN: 2581-8465 ABSTRACT– This article emphasizes on the contemporary issue of violence against children and their protection in view of the global perspective. Explore various legal aspects available in Read More …

HOMOSEXUALITY AND THE EXPANDING SCOPE OF ARTICLE 21: YASHVI JAIN

Homosexuality and the Expanding Scope of Article 21 Author: Yashvi Jain Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law, Patiala ISSN: 2581-8465 ABSTRACT The following paper is an attempt to understand the emergence of the concept of homosexuality under Article 21 of the Constitution of India, 1950. It lays emphasis on the expanding scope of Article 21 Read More …

PARDONING POWER OF THE PRESIDENT- A MONARCHIAL CURSE ON THE DEMOCRATIC CONSTITUTIONS: SHRIRANG ASHTAPUTRE

Pardoning Power of the President – A Monarchial Curse on the Democratic Constitutions Author: Shrirang Ashtaputre ILS Law College, Pune (IV B.A.LL.B) ISSN: 2581-8465 Abstract: Management is guided by a set of rules and regulations, which, if abided by consistently, ensures better productivity and a comfortable Life – this was realized by our ancestors and Read More …

THE OLDEST PROFESSION IN THE WORLD- A STUDY ON THE LEGALITY OF PROSTITUTION: SAGNIK SARKAR

THE OLDEST PROFESSION IN THE WORLD: A STUDY ON THE LEGALITY OF PROSTITUTION Author: Sagnik Sarkar National Law University, Odisha ISSN: 2581-8465 Prostitution has been not only the oldest profession in India but has been a flourishing industry in the past, where the workers were given the same respect, as given to any other profession. Read More …