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TORMENT, TERRORISM, AND POLICE: A REQUIREMENT FOR BALANCING OF HUMAN RIGHTS: SHAGUN JOSHI

Torment, Terrorism, and Police: A requirement for Balancing of Human Rights Author: Shagun Joshi Manipal University, Jaipur ISSN: 2582-3655 Abstract There can be no advantage saying that freedom of an individual must surrender to the security of the State. The Courts have maintained the privilege of preventive detention of people in light of a legitimate concern Read more about TORMENT, TERRORISM, AND POLICE: A REQUIREMENT FOR BALANCING OF HUMAN RIGHTS: SHAGUN JOSHI[…]

CYBERING – PROHIBITION OR ACCEPTANCE: MUSKAN DOSAR & SHIVANGI VERMA

CYBERING – PROHIBITION OR ACCEPTANCE Author: Muskan Dosar[1] The ICFAI University, Dehradun Co-Author: Shivangi Verma[2] UPES Dehradun ISSN: 2582-3655 ABSTRACT In this era of advancing technology, everything is becoming virtual accompanied by its pros and cons. almost each and every need today can be satisfied via technology and the internet. Cybering can be defined as: Read more about CYBERING – PROHIBITION OR ACCEPTANCE: MUSKAN DOSAR & SHIVANGI VERMA[…]

COMPARATIVE STUDY Of PROVISION ON CRIME AGAINST HUMANITY: DAMYANTI KANWAR RATHORE

COMPARATIVE STUDY Of PROVISION ON CRIME AGAINST HUMANITY Author:  Ms. Damyanti Kanwar Rathore Assistant Professor S.S. Jain Subodh Law College, Jaipur. ISSN: 2582-3655 Abstract Several countries in their domestic laws specifically codified ‘crime against humanity’ as a crime and provide punishments accordingly, but India still is unable to provide such laws in the national laws.  Still, Read more about COMPARATIVE STUDY Of PROVISION ON CRIME AGAINST HUMANITY: DAMYANTI KANWAR RATHORE[…]

DE LIBERTATE CIVIS-UNDER THE DOMAIN OF RIGHT TO PROTEST: AMIT KUMAR

De Libertate Civis: Under the Domain of Right to Protest Author: Amit Kumar Department of Law, Kurukshetra University ISSN: 2582-3655 Abstract Various civic freedoms were introduced to maintain a society that flourished intellectually, lived in harmony and focused on personal development. The Constitution of India guarantees the right to freedom, as enshrined under Article 19 Read more about DE LIBERTATE CIVIS-UNDER THE DOMAIN OF RIGHT TO PROTEST: AMIT KUMAR[…]

RIGHT OF MINORITIES TO ESTABLISH EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS UNDER THE INDIAN CONSTITUTION- A CRITICAL ANALYSIS: AKSHITA JAIN

RIGHT OF MINORITIES TO ESTABLISH EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS UNDER THE INDIAN CONSTITUTION: A CRITICAL ANALYSIS Author: Akshita Jain UPES, Dehradun ISSN: 2582-3655 CONTENTS Introduction Categorization of minorities for the purpose of Article 30 Degree of State intervention The interrelationship between Article 29(2) and Article 30(1) of the Constitution Interpretation of the word ‘and’ under Article 30(1) Read more about RIGHT OF MINORITIES TO ESTABLISH EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS UNDER THE INDIAN CONSTITUTION- A CRITICAL ANALYSIS: AKSHITA JAIN[…]

AN ANALYTICAL STUDY ON CYBERSPACE AND IT’S JURISDICTION IN INDIA: CHANDINI RAJKISHORE & RAGAVEE. U

AN ANALYTICAL STUDY ON  CYBERSPACE AND IT’S JURISDICTION IN INDIA Author: Chandini Rajkishore[1] Co-Author: Ragavee. U[2] ISSN: 2582-3655 ABSTRACT Cybercrime has jurisdiction over extraterritorial aspects. If the jurisdiction is in relation to state then it is terrestrial area within the power of the administrator can be followed. The main power of the court is to Read more about AN ANALYTICAL STUDY ON CYBERSPACE AND IT’S JURISDICTION IN INDIA: CHANDINI RAJKISHORE & RAGAVEE. U[…]

A CRITICAL STUDY ON DIGITAL SIGNATURE AND ITS SECURITY IN INDIA: ROHITH.R & RAGAVEE.U

A CRITICAL STUDY ON DIGITAL SIGNATURE AND ITS SECURITY  IN INDIA Author: Rohith.R[1] Co-Author: Ragavee.U [2] Saveetha School of Law, Saveetha Institute of Medical and Technical Sciences, Saveetha University ISSN: 2582-3655 ABSTRACT Digital signature is considered to be a technique for validating the legitimacy of the digital message or digital document. The digital signature is Read more about A CRITICAL STUDY ON DIGITAL SIGNATURE AND ITS SECURITY IN INDIA: ROHITH.R & RAGAVEE.U[…]

PUBLIC INTEREST LITIGATION: A TOOL FOR PROTECTION OF HUMAN RIGHTS IN INDIA: ABHIJAY CHAKRABORTY

Public Interest Litigation: A tool for the protection of Human Rights in India Author: Abhijay Chakraborty Assistant Professor S.S. Jain Subodh Law College, Jaipur. ISSN: 2582-3655 Abstract It is evident by reading Article 32 of the Indian Constitution that the traditional rule –locus standi is that the right to move the Supreme Court is available Read more about PUBLIC INTEREST LITIGATION: A TOOL FOR PROTECTION OF HUMAN RIGHTS IN INDIA: ABHIJAY CHAKRABORTY[…]

ACID ATTACKS IN THE JUDICIAL PERSPECTIVE: SANKALP KUMAR

Acid attacks in the judicial perspective Sankalp Kumar Symbiosis Law School, Hyderabad ISSN: 2582-3655 Introduction An Acid Attack, a Vitriol Assault or Vitriolage, is a type of violent assault characterized as an act of tossing acid or a similarly corrosive substance onto the body of another “with the intent of deforming, mutilating, tormenting, or killing”. Read more about ACID ATTACKS IN THE JUDICIAL PERSPECTIVE: SANKALP KUMAR[…]

PROTECTIVE DISCRIMINATION: NOT A BOON FOR THE INDIAN CONSTITUTIONAL FRAMEWORK: PALOMITA SHARMA

Protective Discrimination: Not a boon for Indian Constitutional Framework Palomita Sharma Symbiosis Law School, Hyderabad ISSN: 2582-3655 Abstract “Our society has always been full of inequalities. It was a caste-ridden, stratified hierarchical society, and a particular segment of the society had been denied the bare human rights. Their education, wages, living conditions, social status was Read more about PROTECTIVE DISCRIMINATION: NOT A BOON FOR THE INDIAN CONSTITUTIONAL FRAMEWORK: PALOMITA SHARMA[…]

DIFFERENCE BETWEEN SEC. 138 AND SECTION 142 OF NEGOTIABLE INSTRUMENTS ACT, 1881: HEMANGINI SHEKHAWAT

                              Difference between Sec.138 and Sec. 142 of Negotiable Instruments Act,1881 along with recent amendments   Author: Hemangini Shekhawat Manipal University.       ISSN: 2582-3655   ABSTRACT Firstly the Negotiable Instrument Act has been explained. The introductory part of Negotiable Instrument includes History and Subject Matter of Act. Next explained is Section 138 and Section 142. Consequently, the Read more about DIFFERENCE BETWEEN SEC. 138 AND SECTION 142 OF NEGOTIABLE INSTRUMENTS ACT, 1881: HEMANGINI SHEKHAWAT[…]

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