Author: Deeksha Sabharwal 4th Year B.A. LL.B Manipal University, Jaipur Abstract: India will be becoming a digital economy of 1 trillion, implies that its value will be equivalent to 18-23 per cent of nation’s nominal GDP. Since digital reliability is increasing rapidly, it becomes crucial to have laws and regulation regarding digital space. Working for the same, a personal data protection bill was introduced in Parliament on December 11th, 2019.… Read More »Brief Analysis of Constitutionality of Section 12 (f) of Data Protection Bill
Author: Sanighdha 3rd Year B.A LL.B(Hons.) University Institute of Legal Studies, Panjab University, Chandigarh Introduction: Shunned in a second from the homes which they had nurtured with their own hands since a very long time; the lives of the omnipresent yet obliterated domestic workers of the country were jeopardised ludicrously on the very same day the lockdown was imposed. Undeniably, the move was quintessential in realising the specific objectives of… Read More »Ostracizing The Domestic Help: A Pernicious Tribulation
Author: Priyanka Singh LL.M. Graduate National Law University, Orissa Abstract: The concept of democracy as visualized by the Indian Constitution presupposes the representation of the people in Parliament and state legislatures by the method of election. The roots of the democracy have been established firmly and it is considered as the most stable democracy on the globe. An election provides people with the way to assert the concept of their… Read More »Electoral Reforms: A Prerequisite Of Democratic Future
Author: Esha Rathi 2nd Year B.B.A. LL.B Jindal Global Law School, Sonipat “Values are the life-blood of law.” When laws are formulated, and verdicts are pronounced, the legislators and judges are not functioning in a vacuum; they are guided by the values and morals recognized in society. It would be absurd to disjoin the concepts of law and morality, as the very nature of the judicial process which involves choice… Read More »Law and Morality
Author: Rinsha Narayanan School of Law, Christ (Deemed to be University), Delhi NCR ABSTRACT: The private sector upholds great responsibility to support the right to health by counting the allocation of “maximum available resources”- to gradually achieve this goal, it is reviewed through various international human rights instruments, for example, the Universal Periodic Review, or the Committee on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights. Accepting health as a human right puts… Read More »Human Rights in Context of Private Medical Sector
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
Author: Ridhima Chandani 3rd Year B.A.LLB (HONS) Manipal University, Jaipur 1. INTRODUCTION: FUNDS ARE TRANSFERRED TO FARMERS UNDER THIS SCHEME DURING LOCKDOWN The ongoing health crisis around this global pandemic is affecting all walks of life of the people. India declared a three-week nationwide lockdown initially which has subsequently been extended till 31st May, 2020 for containment of the disease spread. Immediately after the declaration of the lockdown, the… Read More »PM-Kisan: Lockdown Angle
What the Indian Government had done and What could have been done differently to deal with the Pandemic!
Author: Utkarsh Goswami 3rd Year B.Com LLB (HONS) Institute of Law, Nirma University, Ahmedabad India is facing the adverse effect of the virus which results in the mass exodus of people travelling back to their native state due to lack of livelihood, facing hardship en-route to the heavy burden on healthcare units which is facing a paucity of beds. WHO declared COVID 19 as a health emergency on 30 January,… Read More »What the Indian Government had done and What could have been done differently to deal with the Pandemic!
Author: Shivani Vyas 3rd Year B.A.LLB (HONS) Manipal University, Jaipur Abstract: The autonomy of legal executive doesn’t mean only formation of a self-sufficient foundation liberated from control and impact of the lawmaking body and the official. Ultimately the Independence of Judiciary depends on the totality of a favorable environment created and backed by all State organs including the Judiciary and the public opinion. Independence of the Judiciary is multi-faceted. It… Read More »Impartial Application of the Law: Independence Of Judiciary In India
Author: Sarthak Saxena BA LLB (Hons.) 4th Year Seedling School of Law & Governance, Jaipur Abstract: This research aims to show the positive and negative effects of coronavirus on the environment particularly on climate and socioeconomic conditions. On one hand it shows the reduction in pollution levels but on the other hand, there are also negative secondary aspects which shows the tremendous impact of coronavirus on society. Introduction Coronavirus disease… Read More »Effect of Coronavirus on Environment