Maternity Benefit in India

Authors: Divyanshi Saxena, Gurusha Muniyal B.A. LL.B (Hons.) 4th Year University of Petroleum and Energy Studies, Dehradun Introduction on Code on Social Security: In order to improve compliance mechanism and also to ensure scope of uniformity in labour laws of India, the NCL recommended a strict consolidation of labour laws into following category that included: Industrial relations wages social security safety welfare and working conditions The Ministry of Labour and… Read More »Maternity Benefit in India

Crime Against Women

Author: Dhruv Yadav LL.B 3rd Year BVDU, New Law College, Pune Abstract: Mikhail Bakhtin, a Russian philosopher, described humans as being “the witness and the judge”—which means that we both see and assess. The meaning of something can be changed depending on who is looking, in what context, and from where. There is nothing wrong in saying that we are in midst of a great revolution in the history of… Read More »Crime Against Women

Comprehending Cross-Cultural Mediation

Author: Tanmaya Sharma LL.M. in Criminal and Security Laws Enrolled at Bar Council of Rajasthan, Jaipur During the past recent years, the evolution of new ways has been seen to solve intermediate disputes between the parties. People’s interest clashes due to difference in opinion or due to any other differences in their operations, and when they fail to reconcile the common ground to work together, they seek the third party… Read More »Comprehending Cross-Cultural Mediation

Comprehending The Concept Of Third-Party Funding (TPF)

Author: Bhagyashree Dansana Law Graduate Alliance University, Bangalore 1. WHAT ARE TPF ARRANGEMENTS? Seen basically as being of Anglo-Saxon or Common Law inference, TPF arrangements are being utilized increasingly more all through the world. They are not new. Truth be told, they have been in presence since the mid-1990s. While they were utilized initially more in case procedures, they are progressively basic in both business and speculation mediation. TPF arrangements… Read More »Comprehending The Concept Of Third-Party Funding (TPF)

The Gist of Civil Litigation

Author: Bhagyashree Dansana 5th Year BBA LL.B Alliance University Civil litigation, particularly recuperation suits commonly named to be a since quite a while ago drawn fight and viewed as something best maintained a strategic distance from, isn’t so. The overall conviction that by recording a recuperation Suit against a Debtor will continue for quite a long time everywhere, isn’t along these lines, on the off-chance that one knows the genuine… Read More »The Gist of Civil Litigation

Exploring The Legality Of Live-In Relationships in India

Author: Prerna Deep British Council GREAT Scholar LLM, University of Edinburgh 1. INTRODUCTION The success of every society depends upon the interaction and relationships among its beings. Humans need to obtain inspiration as well as experience from each other. With the advent of every decade and century, situations alter, and people must adapt to this modern age. This blog calls attention to new relationships built up, considering the need to… Read More »Exploring The Legality Of Live-In Relationships in India

India’s New Environment Policy: A Libertarian’s Dream but A Nightmare for The Environment

Author: Shawaiz Nisar 3rd Year B.A. LL.B (Hons.) Rajiv Gandhi National Law University, Punjab 1. INTRODUCTION The Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) is a process of predicting the impact of the industrial or infrastructural activity on the nearby environment. This process ensures that only those projects/activities are undertaken which either do not impact the environment at all or have a relatively less impact on it. In case, the adverse impact is… Read More »India’s New Environment Policy: A Libertarian’s Dream but A Nightmare for The Environment

Right to Anticipatory Bail As A Fundamental Right in India

Author: Tanya Mehta 4th Year B.A. LL.B Ramaiah Institute of Legal Studies, Bengaluru 1. INTRODUCTION Black’s Law Dictionary (4th edition) describes ‘bail’ as procuring “the release of a person from legal custody, by undertaking that he shall appear at the time and place designated and submit himself to the jurisdiction and judgement of the court.”(1) Anticipatory bail means an application seeking permission from the court to be released if arrested… Read More »Right to Anticipatory Bail As A Fundamental Right in India

Evolution of Section 138 of Negotiable Instrument Act, 1881

Author 1: Aman Bohra, Author 2: Akshay Yadav 5th Year B.A. LL.B (Hons.) Manipal University, Jaipur Introduction Negotiable Instrument being termed as one of the most convenient and reliable modes of making payment, soon after the development of the banking sector which leads to establishment of many banks, cheques being the easiest way of making a payment. According to Section 6 of the Negotiable Instruments Act, (Amendment & Miscellaneous Provisions)… Read More »Evolution of Section 138 of Negotiable Instrument Act, 1881

Explained: National Digital Health Mission

Author: Shawaiz Nisar 3rd Year B.A. LL.B (Hons.) Rajiv Gandhi National Law University, Punjab 1. INTRODUCTION AND FEATURES OF THE MISSION The Prime Minister of India during his Independence Day speech on the 15th of August, 2020 announced the National Digital Health Mission (NDHM) aimed at transforming the healthcare sector in India.[1] The main emphasis of the initiative is to make the healthcare sector in India more technologically advanced, and… Read More »Explained: National Digital Health Mission