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[…]

THE HISTORICAL DEVELOPMENT OF THE CONCEPT OF POST DIVORCE LAW: DR. SHILPA MISHRA

The Historical Development of the Concept of Post Divorce Law Author: Dr.Shilpa Mishra Assistant Professor S.S.Jain Subodh Law College, Jaipur ISSN: 2582-3655 Abstract Divorce is a popular concept is understood as dejure putting an end to the matrimonial tie with certain resultant consequences. Divorce legally dissolves the marriage tie. But it cannot erase the past. Read more about THE HISTORICAL DEVELOPMENT OF THE CONCEPT OF POST DIVORCE LAW: DR. SHILPA MISHRA[…]

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