Transgenders In India: An Insight Of Their Treatment And Protection As Per Global Standards

Author: Priyadarshini Goenka Student, National Law University, Odisha   Every individual who belongs to the Hijra community could identify themselves as a member of the above community and finds nobody to call them their own. One of the most common reactions exerted is ‘Oh my god, the hijras are here’. Which is a mixture of negative […]

Dowry Death Case Summary

Author: Ashwini Vernekar Student, Mumbai University Case Summary of Deen Dayal vs State of UP – “Dowry Death” Introduction It is a one of the severe cases of “dowry death”, which has been increasing even with changing and developing societies. As per the NCRB reports, the state of Uttar Pradesh has reported highest number of […]

Call Out For Justice and Humaneness: An Analysis Of Stan Swamy’s Death That Arose Shocking Reaction In Worldwide Standards Of Human Rights And Treatment Of Prisoners

Author: Priyadarshini Goenka Student, National Law University, Odisha “I would just add that what is happening to me is not unique. Many activists, lawyers, writers, journalists, student leaders, poets, intellectuals and others who stand for the rights of Adivasis, Dalits and the marginalized and express their dissent to the ruling powers of the country are […]

Importance Of Electronic Contracts In Today’s Era

Author: Ashwini Vernekar Student, Mumbai University Introduction to Electronic Contracts A Contract in common parlance is an agreement that is legally binding by the parties to such agreement which define their duties and rights. It is a promise enforceable by law. An agreement to be considered as a contract there are certain requirements to be fulfilled […]

Doctrine Of Basic Structure Of Indian Constitution

Author: Dishi Shivpuriya Student, JLU School of Law, Bhopal  The Doctrine of Basic Structure of Indian Constitution is basically the legal doctrine of Constitution which states that, neither the Parliament nor the Judiciary is supreme but Constitution of India is supreme. It states that there are some basic structure of the constitution which cannot be […]

The Prevalence Of Dowry In The Indian Scenario: An Insight Under The Indian Legal Framework

Author: Priyadarshini Goenka Student, National Law University, Odisha Introduction The term marriage symoolizes a vital part of any existing society, a major source of happiness and merriments and inclusive piousness. One of the longest-standing evils interconnected with the above practice in Indian society is the Dowry System. It is considered obligatory for every girl’s parent […]

Shreya Singhal V/s. Union Of India

Shreya Singhal V/s. Union Of India Author: Dishi Shivpuriya  Student, JLU School of Law, Bhopal   Citation: – AIR 2015 SC 1523 Date of Judgement: – 24 March, 2015 Facts of the Case: – In 2012, two women named Shaheen Dhada and Rinu Srinivasan were arrested by Mumbai Police for posting allegedly offensive and objectionable […]