Legal Status Of Women In India

Author: Radhika Soni NMIMS School of Law, Mumbai ABSTRACT Women, whether a girl, a housewife, a mom, or a grandmother, are essential members of any family. It is said that, without a woman, the world is incomplete. Law is a system of laws that are implemented to regulate individual’s behaviour. Women have been considered as […]

Compulsion Of Covid-19 Vaccination And Vaccine Nationalism

Author: Drishti Banerjee Student, Amity Law School, Kolkata Making Vaccination Mandatory Since the government announced the vaccination program towards the beginning of 2021, there has been a mixed reaction among the people regarding being vaccinated. Although the vaccines are totally safe, there remains a rare chance of adverse effects in some cases. This, along with […]

Child In Conflict With Law

Author: Drishti Banerjee Student, Amity Law School, Kolkata Introduction Theories of Criminology have evolved through the ages. The Classical School under Bentham and Bacceria favored a humanitarian form of punishment, aiming for greater societal good. The biggest flaw of that School was, however, attributing the same punishment (according to the crime) to all criminals, irrespective […]

Evolution Of Benami In India

Author: Ashwini Vernekar Student, Mumbai University   Introduction Benami in Hindi means without name or no name. In common parlance, Benami Transactions refers to a transaction in which a property is transferred in the name of a person, whereas the consideration for the same is paid by some other person. In Sudaram Nadar vs Sukumaran, […]

Questioning The Constitutional Validity Of A Centuries Old Provision: Sedition, A Relook

Author: S.Sujitha Student, School of Excellence in Law, Chennai   “Everyone has the right to freedom of opinion and expression; this right includes freedom to hold opinions without interference and to seek, receive and impart information and ideas through any media and regardless of frontiers.” ― United Nations, Universal Declaration of Human Rights The above […]