This article revolves around the topic of the need for government control over religious and charitable endowments in India. It also deals with the different aspects of this broad topic while discussing the constitutional validity of the act which governs this aspect in India.
Posted on Jan. 25, 2022, 6:11 a.m.Read More →
M.C. Mehta's public interest environmental litigation cases have framed the establishment for the advancement of environmental jurisprudence in India. He is a lawyer by profession and committed environmentalist by choice, he has made the fight to protect India’s environment his unending mission. He has pioneered legal activism for environmental protection.
Posted on Oct. 16, 2021, 4:14 a.m.Read More →
This judgment deals with the rights of young girl victims who are married between the age of 15-18 years and forced to have sex which results in injuries that damage their body both physically and emotionally.
Posted on March 17, 2021, 5:43 p.m.Read More →
Education is an important tool for overall development of human being. Education not only helps in gaining employment but also helps in gaining respect for themselves in the society full of competition. The article focuses on Right to Education Act, 2009 and discusses about it in details along with its limitations.
Posted on Jan. 12, 2021, 12:27 a.m.Read More →
Constitutionalism, a set of ideas and doctrine that states that the government can and should be legally limited in its powers and that only when such limitations are observed by the government, can the government’s legitimacy and authority stand in a truer sense. Although this theory is sometimes used as a synonym for limited government, however that just remains only one interpretation of this idea of constitutionalism and more often than not it is an effort to prevent arbitrary government. While Constitutionalism stands for governing the legitimacy of the government, the doctrine of rule of law is all pervasive in a democratic set-up. Rule of Law speaks about the supremacy of law, the concept of equality before law and the predominance of legal spirit. The third principle of rule of law that is ‘the predominance of legal spirit’ talks about the judge-made constitution and establishes the supremacy of precedents over a written constitution, as Dicey, who developed this doctrine of Sir Edward Coke, believed that a document cannot be the chief source of law as it can get ignored or trampled upon. However, if one is to look at the doctrine rule of law as it operates in India, one can then safely deduce that a written constitution can be a huge success. This Article is analyzed in this light of ‘constitutionalism’ and ‘rule of law’ as it operates in the democratic set-up of India.
Posted on Dec. 25, 2020, 4:52 p.m.Read More →
After the judgment of Sabarimala case, Article 17 is brought into the mainstream since the scope of Untouchability has been expanded. It presents a new vision of jurisprudence of non-discrimination that is more in conformity to modernizing force of the constitution.
Posted on Oct. 11, 2020, 3:21 p.m.Read More →
The word "cyber" is slang for anything relating to computers, information technology, internet and virtual reality. Cyber crime is a growing threat to the all round development of the society. The increasing use of laptop and mobile phones among today’s youth has had a worrisome consequence — it has given sexual predators, pedophiles and other criminals a way to zoom in on the vulnerable targets.
Posted on July 28, 2020, 7:44 p.m.Read More →
Capital markets form an integral part of a country’s economy and are dominated by the investors and shareholders. Since they form the backbone of the capital market it is important to protect and promote their interests in order to ensure smooth working of the capital market along with maintaining their confidence in the transactions, thus in order to meet these objectives the concept of Class action Law suit came into existence.
Posted on May 29, 2020, 8:47 a.m.Read More →
Women, who have always held a paradoxical position in our developing country are now representing 48.2% of the total population and are getting an approach to education as well as employment. There is no field as such which is left unturned by the Indian women. The questions here arise that how this change came which produced such educate and independent women.
Posted on March 26, 2020, 4:45 p.m.Read More →