Garima Saxena

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The Law of Defamation: Kinds, Essentials and Defences

The Law of Defamation: Kinds, Essentials and Defences | Overview Definition Kinds of Defamation Essentials of Defamation Defamation as a tort and a criminal offence Defences Cyber Defamation Conclusion The law of defamation in India is a relic of the British Raj. Defamation is the publication of a statement which tends to lower a person in the estimation……...

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Right to Strike and Constitutional Validity

Right to Strike and Constitutional Validity | Overview Introduction Legislative Provisions related to Strike – A defensible rationale Consequences of Illegal Strike Article 19(1)(c) and the Right to Strike Conclusion The right to strike has been recognized under various national and international statutes. Strike is the collective stoppage of work by concerted refusal to work by a body……...

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Bona fide Feminism: A relic of history or a need?

Bona fide Feminism | Overview Introduction The First Wave The Second Wave The Third Wave The Fourth Wave Anti-feminism Why do we still need feminism? Conclusion Feminism is a political and intellectual movement that started in the late 1900s and aimed at seeking equal rights and opportunities for women in economic, legal, and political arenas. The concept of equality… Read More »

No Fault Liability under Motor Vehicles Act, 1988

No Fault Liability under Motor Vehicles Act, 1988 | Overview Introduction Background of the laws relating to Motor Vehicles Judicial History of No Fault Liability No Fault Liability under the Motor Vehicle Act, 1988 Introduction No fault liability under the Motor Vehicles Act, 1988 is laid down under Chapter X (Sections 140-144), Sections 163A-163B and the Second Schedule….…...

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Transformative Constitutionalism

Transformative Constitutionalism is a tool that aims to bring about a large-scale social change through the process and instruments of law, and this idea owes its origin to South Africa. It also tries to create a balance between the past and the novel interpretations of morality. A democratic constitution, which is the law of the land, needs to… Read More »