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Divorce under the Muslim Law: A Blessing in Disguise

Author: Sagrika Joshi 3rd Year LL.B (3 Year) BVDU, New Law College, Pune 1. INTRODUCTION In India, people believe that marriages are a match made in heaven. Marriage is considered a union of two families. They are considered a lavish affair where loads of money are being spent just for society’s validation. The father of the bride is, in most cases, burdened by the thought of spending a huge amount… Read More »Divorce under the Muslim Law: A Blessing in Disguise

Rape Culture: Assault Faced by Men

Author 1: – Aditya Jain, Author 2: – Mansi Sharma 2nd Year B.B.A. LL.B (Hons.) Manipal University, Jaipur ABSTRACT: Rape is a crime, whether the person committing it is a stranger, relative or merely an acquaintance. Various myths which concern the survivors, perpetrators and plausibility of such abuse are often being challenged. Most survivors already know their rapists and tend to protect their perpetrators by not initiating a legal procedure… Read More »Rape Culture: Assault Faced by Men

Key Changes Brought by Labour Reform Codes

Author: Divyansh Drona Lawyer OVERVIEW The President on September 28th, 2020 gave his assent to the three labour reform codes- The Code on Social Security, 2020, The Occupational Safety, Health and Working Conditions Code, 2020 and The Industrial Relations Code, 2020. The Codes will come into force after an official notification is issued by the Central Government and the date for the same hasn’t been notified by the government yet.… Read More »Key Changes Brought by Labour Reform Codes

Answer Writing Skills for Judicial Services Examinations

Author: Mr. Vishal Vyas Civil Judge cum Judicial Magistrate 1. INTRODUCTION The importance of answer writing skills can’t be ignored. Broadly, we all study from a similar source or some kind of study material but the real difference comes when one has to write down that absorbed information on a piece of paper. So, in this column, I’ll try to explain as to how you can get a cutting edge.… Read More »Answer Writing Skills for Judicial Services Examinations

Legal Framework for Data Protection in Nigeria and Possible Implications for Security and The Economy

Author: Mr. Adedoyin Fadare Associate, Alliance Law Firm, Nigeria Honorary Board Member, Lexpert Assist 1. INTRODUCTION Data is an important asset an organisation can possess; with the rise of the data economy, establishments find enormous value in collecting, sharing and using data as harvesters. Transparency in how organisations request consent, abide by their privacy policy and managing the data collected is paramount. Similarly, privacy in this light, is the right… Read More »Legal Framework for Data Protection in Nigeria and Possible Implications for Security and The Economy

HONOUR KILLING – A life full of uncertainties or a life full of risks

Author: Sagrika Joshi 3rd Year LL.B (3 Year) New Law College, Pune Introduction India has always been praised for its rich heritage, unique cultures and traditions. In India, people participate in various traditions and events, wholeheartedly. It has always been complimented for saving its customs. But Honour killing is one such custom for which India has never been applauded. For some, Honour Killing is a joyous occasion. For some, it… Read More »HONOUR KILLING – A life full of uncertainties or a life full of risks

Women and The Domestic Violence Act

Author: Nishant Singh 2nd Year B.L.S LL.B Government Law College, Mumbai Abstract: Gender equality is essential in building a stable rule of law. The term domestic violence is quite expansive and comprehensive at the same time. One of the key reasons behind gender-specific savagery is proliferating chauvinist culture prevailing in our day-to-day lives as an extensively accepted convention. The corresponding increase in domestic violence cases with those of the increasing… Read More »Women and The Domestic Violence Act

Right to Decent Burial: A Right to Life

Author: Rahul Kumar Roy 1st Year B.A.LLB (HONS) Manipal University, Jaipur “Death must be so beautiful. To lie in the soft brown earth, with the grasses waving above one’s head, and listen to silence. To have no yesterday and no tomorrow. To forget time, to forget life, to be at peace”. The Bombay high court in their very recent judgment cited this quote by Oscar Wilde. In the entire Constitution… Read More »Right to Decent Burial: A Right to Life