Right to Life with Dignity also includes Right to Die with Dignity: Article 21 of Indian Constitution

Author: Vinod Kumawat LL.M 1st Year Manipal University, Jaipur ABSTRACT: Article 21 of the Constitution of India guarantees only the right to life. As per Article 21, “Every person shall be deprived of his or her personal liberty in conformity with the provisions prescribed by law.” Under Article 21, the right to live does not require the right to death. Right to Life is a tight, normal one. Bombay High… Read More »Right to Life with Dignity also includes Right to Die with Dignity: Article 21 of Indian Constitution

Comprehending the Role of Intellectual Property Rights in the Fashion Industry

Author: Nandini Mangla 2nd Year BBA LL.B BVDU, New Law College, Pune ABSTRACT: Ever envisioned a public activity without apparel, footwear and embellishments or without brands which fabricate these items. Will you have the option to recognize two products and set out a superficial point of interest? The style has consistently been essential for our life since its beginning and has shown an incredible function in portraying an emblematic societal… Read More »Comprehending the Role of Intellectual Property Rights in the Fashion Industry

Divorce under the Muslim Law: A Blessing in Disguise

Author: Sagrika Joshi 3rd Year LL.B (3 Year) BVDU, New Law College, Pune 1. INTRODUCTION In India, people believe that marriages are a match made in heaven. Marriage is considered a union of two families. They are considered a lavish affair where loads of money are being spent just for society’s validation. The father of the bride is, in most cases, burdened by the thought of spending a huge amount… Read More »Divorce under the Muslim Law: A Blessing in Disguise

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

A Detailed Study on Abduction and Kidnapping Under the Indian Penal Code

Author: Simran Pradhan 3rd Year B.A. LL.B Symbiosis Law School, Hyderabad 1. INTRODUCTION Abduction and kidnapping are particular types of offences which come under the law of crimes. The word “kid‟ means child and “napping” means to steal. The word, thus, literally means “child stealing”. Kidnapping under the IPC is not only confined to child stealing. It has been given a wider meaning has been given to it like carrying… Read More »A Detailed Study on Abduction and Kidnapping Under the Indian Penal Code

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

Prashant Bhushan’s Contempt of Court Case: Is A Precedent Set Wrong?

Author: Simran Pradhan 3rd Year B.A. LL.B Symbiosis Law School, Hyderabad “Justice is not a cloistered virtue: she must be allowed to suffer the scrutiny & respectful… comments of the ordinary man”     – Lord Atkin 1. INTRODUCTION Prashant Bhushan’s case has turned out to be one of the most debated topics of discussion in India right now, the judgement of this case has created twofold opinions among the general public,… Read More »Prashant Bhushan’s Contempt of Court Case: Is A Precedent Set Wrong?

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

Fashion Law

Author: Shweta Bilonikar LLM (Financial Regulations) K.P. Mehta School of Law, Mumbai 1. WHAT IS FASHION LAW? Fashion is a part of life. Though it is often neglected or not given much importance, still everyone wants to be fashionable in their sense. Everybody wants to look good and is often conscious of it. The term fashion can have different meanings and importance for each individual. For some, it can only… Read More »Fashion Law

Tattoo Artist Or You Who Owns The Right?

Author 1: Harshita Parihar Author 2: Amisha Tripathi 3rd Year B.A. LL.B (Hons.) 5th Year B.B.A. LL.B (Hons.) Maharashtra National Law University, Aurangabad Indraprasth University, Delhi 1. INTRODUCTION More often than not, before getting a tattoo, people fail to consider if getting a tattoo on your body is going to invite some sort of legal action against them. According to Merriam Webster[1] Tattoos is defined as an indelible word, figure,… Read More »Tattoo Artist Or You Who Owns The Right?