The Relevance of Fundamental Duties in the Contemporary Era

Author: Anjali Kushwaha 3rd Year B.A. LL.B (Hons.) JECRC University, Jaipur  “Everyone has duties to the community in which alone the free and full development of his personality is possible”. Law is not merely a right alone; the real right of the man in the society is to do his duty. As it is a known fact that a nation’s worth not only lies in the value of its currency… Read More »The Relevance of Fundamental Duties in the Contemporary Era

With Many Countries Opting Out of The Death Penalty, Is It Time for India To Do Away with It Too?

Author: Rahul Kumar Roy 2nd Year B.A. LL.B (Hons) Manipal University, Jaipur   The Hon’ble Supreme Court of India in the very recent judgment of the Nirbhaya rape case convicted the three rapists with the death penalty, i.e., to be hanged till death. This execution once again enticed widespread attention on the inhumane practice of punishing an individual with death. The very cardinal objective behind punishing any offender lies over… Read More »With Many Countries Opting Out of The Death Penalty, Is It Time for India To Do Away with It Too?

Data Privacy Laws in India

Author: Advocate Astha Sharma   “Without privacy, there was no point in being an individual.”                                                                                         -Jonathan Franzen, American novelist[1] INTRODUCTION Data practically encircle us in most of the work we attain. Some data we may willingly exchange, and the other type of data which is elicited every moment we perform something like during some orders, travel, or transportation. Privacy commonly pertains to the data or information of a person… Read More »Data Privacy Laws in India

The Constitutionality of Media Trials in India

Author: Sakshi Arya 3rd Year B.A. LL.B Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar College of Law, Nagpur   INTRODUCTION Media: The fourth pillar of the democracy i.e. Media is a very fabric and integral part of our democracy. It is very texture and reflection of the general public. From the ink of its pen to the sound of its mic, media can construct and destroy the image of an individual at the same… Read More »The Constitutionality of Media Trials in India

Morality under the Indian Constitution

Author: Ankur Srivastav 5th Year B.A. LL.B Chandigarh University, Chandigarh   INTRODUCTION: In general, the term ‘constitutional morality’ means constitutional ethics and values. Morality is a theory about the difference between right and wrong or good and bad behaviour. The term ‘Constitutional Morality’ was propounded by Dr B.R. Ambedkar, according to whom “Constitutional morality is not a natural sentiment. It has to be cultivated. We should realize that our people… Read More »Morality under the Indian Constitution

Covid-19 and Domestic Violence

Author: Nandini Srivastava 2nd Year B.A. LL.B (Hons.) Manipal University, Jaipur “It is not just physical abuse. It can be verbal; it can be the act of restraining someone from becoming self- reliant. If you cannot grow yourself educationally, financially, and emotionally then you are abused.”- Kundalia Section 3 of the Protection of Women from Domestic Violence Act, 2005 defines domestic violence as, “an act is done or intended to… Read More »Covid-19 and Domestic Violence

Human Trafficking in India

Author: Shivalika Verma 3rd Year B.B.A. LL.B BVDU, New Law College, Pune Introduction: “For to be free is not to cast off one’s chains but to live in a way that respects and enhances the freedom of others” – Nelson Mandela It is rightly said by Sir Nelson Mandela that everyone has the right to live with dignity and respect with a duty to recognize and respect the rights of… Read More »Human Trafficking in India

Sexuality Education in India

Author: Divyanshi Saxena 2nd Year B.B.A. LL.B University of Petroleum and Energy Studies, Dehradun   Introduction Sexuality education can be defined as a program that aims to develop the sexual health of an individual by giving counsel on subject matters like attitude, values, and beliefs about one’s own identity, intimacy, and relationships. WHO has defined sexual health to be considered as a state of physical, emotional, mental, and social well-being… Read More »Sexuality Education in India

Social Impact on Countries with Legalised Prostitution

Author: S. Ashita 3rd Year B.B.A. LL.B BVDU New Law College, Pune Purely from the angle of economic return, the hard question is not why so many women become prostitutes, but why so few of them do. – K. Davis (1937)   Prostitution means the act of performing sexual intercourse to earn money. It is one of those ancient professions which is still being practised around the world since the… Read More »Social Impact on Countries with Legalised Prostitution

Law and Morality

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