judiciary

MARITAL RAPE: A COMPLEX ISSUE DEMANDING ATTENTION

Published On: 16th February, 2024 Authored By: Anusha Campus Law Centre, Delhi University Linkedin ABSTRACT Marital rape, the violation of bodily autonomy within marriage, remains a pervasive yet under-addressed global issue which is not yet recognized in India. This article argues for its urgent criminalization and outlines a comprehensive approach to address this complex problem. […]

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The Unfolding Tapestry: Constitutional Reflections on Privacy in the Digital Era under Indian Jurisprudence

Published On: 31st January, 2024 Authored By: Vedanti Wanjari Symbiosis Law School, Nagpur Linkedin ABSTRACT In reaction to the demands of the digital age, the concept of privacy is experiencing a substantial metamorphosis within the vast and complex fabric of Indian constitutional jurisprudence. The Indian Constitution, a visionary document enacted in 1950, now faces the

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FORTIFYING EQUALITY: THE IMPERATIVE OF CONSTITUTIONAL SAFEGUARDS FOR MARGINALIZED COMMUNITIES

Published On: 28th January, 2024 Authored By: Sakina Juzar Vohra Maharashtra National Law University, Aurangabad Linkedin INTRODUCTION Human rights inherent to every individual and enshrined in the constitutions of nations worldwide constitute the fundamental entitlements of every human being. They are the bedrock of fairness and equality, transcending distinctions of caste, gender, religion, and more.

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Article 32 of the Indian Constitution: A Guardian of Fundamental Rights

Published On: 28th January, 2024 Authored By: Ramanasubramanian G ABSTRACT: Article 32 of the Indian Constitution is a powerful provision that guarantees individuals the right to seek justice from the Supreme Court when their fundamental rights are violated. Often referred to as the “heart and soul” of the Constitution, Article 32 establishes the Supreme Court

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Decoding the Cyber Legal Framework of India

Published On: 28th January, 2024 Authored By: Soumya Lenka University Law College, Utkal University Linkedin Introduction A significant change has occurred in the environment of our quickly changing planet. We live in the Information Age, where the ability to learn and the spread of information are the main factors influencing the development of our society

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Olga Tellis v. Bombay Municipal Corporation

Olga Tellis v. Bombay Municipal Corporation (1985)

Published On: 26th January, 2024 Authored By: Tanishi Ranjan Jindal Global Law School Linkedin CASE NAME: Olga Tellis v. Bombay Municipal Corporation (1985) COURT: Supreme Court FACTS: In 1981, the Bombay Municipal Corporation and the state of Maharashtra issued an order for all residents living in the city of Bombay’s pavement and slums to vacate.

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Women’s Rights in Pregnancy Termination for Life Preservation

Published On: 24th January, 2024 Authored By: Gayathri Manoj Presidency University Linkedin Abstract This article addresses a woman’s right to tеrminatе hеr prеgnancy whеn facеd with lifе-thrеatеning circumstancеs.  It dеlvеs into thе еthical,  lеgal,  and mеdical dimеnsions surrounding this critical aspect of rеproductivе rights.  Emphasizing autonomy and accеss to safе hеalthcarе,  it navigatеs complеx lеgal

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Constitutional Supremacy vs Parliamentary Sovereignty in India

Published On: 23rd January, 2024 Authored By: Mani Balaji S Christ (Deemed to be University) INTRODUCTION In India, parliamentary sovereignty and constitutional supremacy are two essential concepts central to the country’s political and legal system. Parliamentary sovereignty refers to the idea that the Parliament, the legislative branch of government, has supreme authority to make laws

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Child Protection Policies and Laws: A Comprehensive Study of Legislative Approaches

Published On: 22nd January, 2024 Authored By: Deepak Kumar Lovely Professional University Linkedin Instagram Introduction According to a report released by the National Institute of Public Cooperation and Child Development (NIPCCD) in 2016, there are approximately 1.5 million children living in India, out of which 4,48,000 (Four Lakh Forty-Eight Thousand) are under the age of

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