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Right to be forgotten: A new constitutional challenge?

Right to be forgotten: A new constitutional challenge? Author: Nishtha Mittal (4th-year student) Amity law school Delhi is affiliated with GGSIPU ISSN: 2582-3655 ABSTRACT Being able to forget something is human psychology but the ability to remember everything indefinitely is a quality of the internet. Some status updates, pictures and other media related to one’s Read more about Right to be forgotten: A new constitutional challenge?[…]

PARENTAL ABDUCTION AS A CRIME IN INDIA: A PRESSING NEED

Parental Abduction As A Crime In India: A Pressing Need Author: Shreya Singh Amity University, Lucknow ISSN: 2582-3655 ABSTRACT Rising transnational individual moves and, as a result, families have resulted in a complicated conflict of laws issues in family-related conflicts, particularly when it comes to child custody. Such questions frequently emerge as a result of Read more about PARENTAL ABDUCTION AS A CRIME IN INDIA: A PRESSING NEED[…]

THE EMERGING MOBOCRACY: THE TEST OF MAGOTARIAN IDEOLOGY AND OUTCRY FOR LEGAL REFORMS

Author: AVINASH KUMAR SCHOOL OF LAW, UPES DEHRADUN ISSN: 2582-3655 Abstract Day by day the number of lynching cases in India is increasing. An increase in the number of lynching cases is a threat to society and its integrity. Hate is increasing day by day in society and hatred is an important reason for someone Read more about THE EMERGING MOBOCRACY: THE TEST OF MAGOTARIAN IDEOLOGY AND OUTCRY FOR LEGAL REFORMS[…]

Should Same-Sex Marriage be Legalized?

Should Same-Sex Marriage be Legalized? Author: Nishtha University of Allahabad ISSN: 2582-3655  This research paper analysis same-sex marriages in the Indian context which is successfully kept undercover. It also attempts to describe and explain various aspects of Homosexuality including the evolution history, the reasons, the societal attitude, and reactions towards such relations. And arguments against Read more about Should Same-Sex Marriage be Legalized?[…]

Navigating the Fake News conundrum in the changing scenario of cyber laws in India: Devesh Singh Tomar & Shivam Raghuwanshi

NAVIGATING THE FAKE NEWS CONUNDRUM IN THE CHANGING SCENARIO OF  CYBER LAWS IN INDIA Author: Devesh Singh Tomar B.Com LL.B (Hons.), LL.M (Criminal Law) Co-Author: Shivam Raghuwanshi B.A. LL.B (Hons.) ISSN: 2582-3655 Abstract The recent release of the new Information Technology Rules of 2021 by the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology has revived the Read more about Navigating the Fake News conundrum in the changing scenario of cyber laws in India: Devesh Singh Tomar & Shivam Raghuwanshi[…]

Kant Constitutionalism and Democracy: Shuvasmita Nanda & Atishree Gupta.

Author: Shuvasmita Nanda Co-Author: Atishree Gupta GITAM School of law GITAM (deemed to be)university Rushikonda Visakhapatnam A.P. ISSN: 2582-3655  ABSTRACT Immanuel Kant is a German philosopher from the Age of Enlightenment. His political and legal theories have the most remarkable contribution to modern constitutionalism. This paper attempts to explain the necessity of a constitution in Read more about Kant Constitutionalism and Democracy: Shuvasmita Nanda & Atishree Gupta.[…]

Mediation: An Ideal Legislative Framework in India: Deepti Ahlawat & Simran Baradia

MEDIATION: AN IDEAL LEGISLATIVE FRAMEWORK IN INDIA Author: Deepti Ahlawat Co-Author: Simran Baradia Llyod Law College ISSN: 2582-3655  ABSTRACT A good settlement is better than a good lawsuit.[1] The judiciary system in India has been criticised frequently for high rate of pending cases, slow proceedings, inefficient functioning and insufficient approaches to resolve disputes amicably. The Read more about Mediation: An Ideal Legislative Framework in India: Deepti Ahlawat & Simran Baradia[…]

Critical analysis of Criminal Law Amendment Act, 2013: Ankur Pandey & Surbhi.

“CRITICAL ANALYSIS OF CRIMINAL LAW ( AMENDMENT) ACT, 2013” Author:- Ankur Kumar Pandey, ICFAI University, Dehradun Co-Author:- Surbhi, ICFAI University, Dehradun ISSN: 2582-3655  ABSTRACT This paper will critically analyze the criminal law amendment Act 2013 which has been brought to the law after a  horrific incident that shaken the soul of the nation. The vicious Read more about Critical analysis of Criminal Law Amendment Act, 2013: Ankur Pandey & Surbhi.[…]

The doctrine of Proportionality under the Indian Legal System: Kaushik Deo

DOCTRINE OF PROPORTIONALITY UNDER THE INDIAN LEGAL SYSTEM: A CRITICAL ANALYSIS” Author: Kaushik Deo LLM, CHANAKYA NATIONAL LAW UNIVERSITY, PATNA ISSN: 2582-3655  ABSTRACT The proportionality doctrine has its origins in Europe. In European Administrative Law, the idea of proportionality has been described as the most significant general legal principle. The principle of proportionality states that Read more about The doctrine of Proportionality under the Indian Legal System: Kaushik Deo[…]

Marriage: A Human Right but Not a Homosexual Privilege: Sparsha S Pai & G. Vidya Kamath

Marriage: A Human Right but Not a Homosexual Privilege Author: Sparsha S Pai Co-Author: G. Vidya Kamath Shri Dharmastala Manjunatheshwara Law College, Mangalore Affiliated to Karnataka State Law University, Hubballi ISSN: 2582-3655  ABSTRACT The transgender community across the world has faced varied forms of discrimination. India, despite having a Constitution assuring equality, has been unfair Read more about Marriage: A Human Right but Not a Homosexual Privilege: Sparsha S Pai & G. Vidya Kamath[…]

Prohibition of Unlawful Conversion: A Constitutional Inquiry: Madhura Anand Vaidya

Prohibition of Unlawful Conversion: A Constitutional Inquiry Author: Madhura Anand Vaidya Chanakya National Law University, Patna. ISSN: 2582-3655  Abstract Prohibiting religious conversions in order to prevent exploitation of weaker sections of the society from religious propagators is not a new phenomenon in India. Many such laws have been passed and even proved to be effective Read more about Prohibition of Unlawful Conversion: A Constitutional Inquiry: Madhura Anand Vaidya[…]