October 2020

Pre-Litigation Mediation

Author: – Shawaiz Nisar 3rd Year B.A. LL.B (Hons.) Rajiv Gandhi National Law University, Punjab 1. INTRODUCTION Mediation is an alternative method for dispute resolution. Keeping in view the tedious process of courts, people more often opt mediation as the dispute solving mechanism, since the courts are already burdened with cases and also take a long time for giving the final verdict. However, mediation can only be done on civil… Read More »Pre-Litigation Mediation

Freedom of Speech and Expression in View of the ‘Bindas Bol’ Show Controversy

Author: – Sakshi Arya 3rd Year B.A. LL.B Rtmnu’s Dr Babasaheb Ambedkar College of Law, Nagpur (Main Branch) ABSTRACT: Innumerable versions of Spiderman have implied that even the individuals who have not perused the comic/viewed the film realize that “with great power comes great responsibility”. This piece talks about the prevalence of incredible powers, and yet, the total abandonment of responsibilities and obligations that have been on the show so… Read More »Freedom of Speech and Expression in View of the ‘Bindas Bol’ Show Controversy

The Effects of Covid-19 Pandemic on The Indian Economy

Author: – Chandan Kumar 2nd Year B.Com LL.B (Hons.) Tamil Nadu National Law University, Tiruchirappalli Abstract: The entire world is dealing with COVID-19. The staggering effects of the virus are so tremendous that it compelled the WHO to declare it as a pandemic. The outbreak of the virus has imposed unanticipated restrictions and implications on the global economy as well as society. This article is intended to study the impacts… Read More »The Effects of Covid-19 Pandemic on The Indian Economy

Constitutionality of Section 498-A IPC – A Critical Analysis

Author: – Shawaiz Nisar 3rd Year B.A. LL.B (Hons.) Rajiv Gandhi National Law University, Punjab 1. INTRODUCTION Section 498A of the Indian Penal Code 1860 is the only provision in the code which recognizes cruelty against women. In India, demanding dowry was a usual practice; in which the groom’s family demanded some money or materialistic things of high value from the family of the bride. People used to consider more… Read More »Constitutionality of Section 498-A IPC – A Critical Analysis

Nagammal v The Senior Divisional Personnel Officer Southern Railway, Trichy & Ors.

Author: Amisha Gupta 3rd Year BBA LL.B (Hons.) University of Petroleum and Energy Studies, Dehradun CITATION: [(2020) 2 MLJ 53; LNINDORD 2019 BMM 6244] BEFORE THE MADURAI BENCH OF MADRAS HIGH COURT DATED: 21.08.2019 CORAM: MR. JUSTICE S.S. SUNDAR C.R.P (PD) (MD) NO. 1083 OF 2011 1. FACTS OF THE CASE In this case, under Section 115 of the Civil Procedure Code, Civil Revision Petition has been filed by the… Read More »Nagammal v The Senior Divisional Personnel Officer Southern Railway, Trichy & Ors.

Bank Guarantee: A Judicial Approach

Author: – Arju Jambhulkar 2nd Year B.A. LL.B (Hons.) National Law University, Nagpur ABSTRACT: This article deals with the concept of bank guarantee and explains the difference between a bank guarantee and a Letter of Credit but these terms have been used interchangeably for this article. It explains the invocation of bank guarantee and the exceptions when it cannot be invoked. The two main exceptions laid down in various judicial… Read More »Bank Guarantee: A Judicial Approach

Chairman T.N.E.B v Inspector of Labour

Author: Madhavi Achari LLM (Financial Regulations) K.P. Mehta School of Law, Mumbai CITATION: (2020-I-LLJ 718(MAD) LNINDORD 2019 MAD 16387) IN THE HIGH COURT OF JUDICATURE AT MADRAS. DATED: 19/11/2019 CORAM: HON’BLE JUSTICE S.M. SUBRAMANIAM 1. FACTS OF THE CASE  In this case, the Writ Petitioners are the Tamil Nadu Electricity Board.  It was contented by the Writ Petitioners that the application filed by the Respondent before the Inspector of Labour… Read More »Chairman T.N.E.B v Inspector of Labour

Ashok Kumar Kalra v Wing Cdr. Surendra Agnihotri

Author: Amisha Gupta 3rd Year BBA LL.B (Hons.) University of Petroleum and Energy Studies, Dehradun CITATION: [(2020) 2 MLJ 189 (SC): LNIND 2019 SC 924] 1. INTRODUCTION The Hon’ble Supreme Court, in Ashok Kumar Kalra v. Wing Cdr. Surendra Agnihotri expressed that Order VIII Rule 6A of CPC has removed their rule to put an embargo on submitting a counterclaim after filing a written assertion, but this doesn’t provide an absolute… Read More »Ashok Kumar Kalra v Wing Cdr. Surendra Agnihotri

Ethical Hacking

Author: S. Ashita 3rd Year BBA LL.B BVDU, New Law College, Pune 1. INTRODUCTION At the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in the 1960s, the term ‘Hacker’ was coined to describe experts who used their skills to re-develop mainframe systems, increase their efficiency and enable them to multi-task. The word now commonly identifies professional programmers who, driven either by spite or provocation, obtain unauthorised access to computer systems by manipulating vulnerabilities… Read More »Ethical Hacking

Eviction of Slum Dwellers: Violation of Their Basic Human Rights

Author: Shivalika Verma 3rd Year BBA LL.B BVDU, New Law College, Pune Human Rights are denominated as the “basic parameters” which guarantee the integrity of individuals maintaining their overall development and protecting their rights against powerful entities. Traditionally, human rights were divided into two broad kinds: First-generation rights (civil or political) which include the right to life, right against arbitrary detention and the right to freedom. Second-generation rights (social, economic and cultural)… Read More »Eviction of Slum Dwellers: Violation of Their Basic Human Rights