Long Articles

The History and Nature of Criminal Remedies Under The Copyright Law

Author: – Sakshi Arya 4th Year B.A. LL.B Rtmnu’s Dr Babasaheb Ambedkar College of Law, Nagpur (Main Branch) ABSTRACT: In contemporary copyright law, there is a continuous discussion around the nature and extent of the clients’ rights, ought to need to copyright works, exacerbated by progressing innovative turns of events. Inside that banter, this article questions the benefit of taking a gander at the cures clients may have against copyright… Read More »The History and Nature of Criminal Remedies Under The Copyright Law

Space Law: Development And Challenges

Author: – Ankur Srivastav 5th Year B.A. LL.B Chandigarh University, Chandigarh ABSTRACT: The laws of space have been laid down in the black and white years, these laws need to be developed again as they were developed at a time when space activities were limited to the discovery of unknown celestial objects and the development of space probes. The outdoor space is an area with equal access mandatory. Just as… Read More »Space Law: Development And Challenges

An Analysis of Plea Bargaining in India

Author: – Siddhant Saroj 1st Year BBA LL.B (Hons.) National Law University, Odisha ABSTRACT: Plea bargaining, being the new face of The Indian Criminal Justice System, was introduced through the Criminal Law (Amendment) Act, 2005 by the Parliament. The Law Commission of India suggested the presentation of Plea Bargaining in its 142nd, 154th and 177th reports. In the 142nd report, the commission called attention to the absurd delays in the… Read More »An Analysis of Plea Bargaining in India

Data Privacy and Security in India

Author: – Sakshi Arya 4th Year B.A. LL.B Dr Babasaheb Ambedkar College of Law, Nagpur (Main Branch) Abstract: The 21st century has seen such a hazardous ascent in the number of manners by which we use data, that it is broadly alluded to as the data age‟ This advanced unrest has penetrated India also. Perceiving its noteworthiness, and that it vows to acquire enormous disturbances practically all divisions of society,… Read More »Data Privacy and Security in India

International Criminal Court (ICC) and India

Author: Meghna Buchasia 5th Year B. A. LL. B(H) Amity Law School, Amity University, Kolkata “International justice can contribute to long‐term peace, stability, and equitable development in post‐conflict societies. These elements are foundational for building a future free of violence.” Abstract: To realise the importance of justice and reduce the abuse of power, it was imperative to establish a universal body that is recognised and acts upon the cruelties in… Read More »International Criminal Court (ICC) and India

Cow Vigilantism

Author: Dilpriya Juneja 3rd Year LL.B (3 Year) Amity Law School, Noida INTRODUCTION In India, cows are respected by the majority of the population. According to the Vedas, cows are worshipped as they are the sources of various important things that are an integral part of our daily life. A huge number of Hindus respect and worship cows. Hinduism is a religion that considers the status of the Mother to… Read More »Cow Vigilantism

The Feminist Perspective in The Writings of Vijay Tendulkar

Author: Arju R. Jambhulkar 1st Year B.A. LL.B (Hons.) Maharashtra National Law University, Nagpur   Abstract: The present article aims to study the status of women from the post-independence period to the era of the 21st century, a realistic approach from the plays and other writings of Vijay Tendulkar. His main concern is in the area of middle-class urban people. The system of patriarchy prevails at a very high rate… Read More »The Feminist Perspective in The Writings of Vijay Tendulkar

Critical analysis of Khyar-ul-Bulgh

Author: Rachna R Kurup 2nd Year BBA LL.B Symbiosis Law School, Hyderabad Abstract: Option of puberty is a concept that evolved from the Muslim personal law which later got inculcated in the Hindu personal law as well. As per Muhammad law, the option of puberty is a right available to the parties of the marriage to repudiate the marriage if it was entered by them before they attained the age… Read More »Critical analysis of Khyar-ul-Bulgh

Cases Brought to Justice Due to Social Pressure Bringing to the Fore Shoddy Investigations, Cover-ups, and use of Circumstantial Evidence

Author: Adv. Vaibhav Kumar Garg Delhi High Court   Abstract: Social pressure is a potent tool to bring cases to justice. The judiciary on multiple occasions has hastened the justice delivery process owing to public pressure. So, significant is the power of social pressure that public campaigning for justice has gradually become a trend in the Indian judicial process. The trend is best demonstrated by the outrage that followed the… Read More »Cases Brought to Justice Due to Social Pressure Bringing to the Fore Shoddy Investigations, Cover-ups, and use of Circumstantial Evidence

Stimulus Measures by the Government to Combat Coronavirus’ Impact on the Economy

Author: Aashna Gupta 3rd Year B.A. LL.B Jindal Global Law School, Sonipat, Haryana ABSTRACT COVID – 19 was labelled as a ‘pandemic’ by the WHO and the crisis continues to be going strong, impacting almost every nation and family. The economy is another casualty of this unprecedented catastrophe. The economic slowdown is a common result of any kind of depression; what becomes important is how the government responds to it… Read More »Stimulus Measures by the Government to Combat Coronavirus’ Impact on the Economy