Author Archives: Vaishnavi_Sabhapathi

Socio-Legal Aspects of Live-In Relationships in India

Introduction The concept of marriage, the family are the foundations of Indian culture and customs. And Indian society even in this 21st century believes in the concept of marriage only through religious rituals. Irrespective of the religious diversity the institutions of marriage and family are believed to be an integral part of individuals living in this country. But,… Read More »

Women and Constitution

Introduction The constitution is the supreme law of the country, it is not a mere document but the one which runs the country and has a special legal sanctity. It sets out the framework and principal functions of the basic organs of the government describe their structure, powers and regulate their relationship with people. It stands for human… Read More »

Rape – Does This Evil End At Any Time Soon?

Introduction India is well on its way to being the rape capital of the world. For women across India, fear is a constant companion and rape is the stranger they may have to confront at every corner, any road, any public place, at any point in time. Rape is a growing problem in today’s society and it is… Read More »

Intellectual Property: Protection of Artificial Intelligence – A Debatable Matter – by Vaishnavi Sabhapathi

Introduction Intellectual property is a legal lexicon which refers to creations of the mind for which exclusive rights are recognized. Under Intellectual Property law, owners are guaranteed certain exclusive rights to a variety of intangible assets, such as musical, literary, and artistic works; discoveries and inventions; and words phrases, symbols, and designs. Common ways of protecting intellectual property… Read More »

Human Rights Are Not Optional: Protection Of Disabled Persons

Introduction Universal Declaration of Human Rights, the landmark document in the history of human rights, which talks about treating all human beings equally and with dignity. Coming to India, Article 14 of the Constitution of India, assures as it first fundamental right as the right to equality before the law and equal protection of the law. But the… Read More »

An Outlook on Hajj Subsidy

Hajj Subsidy are the financial aid or a compensatory amount where the subsidy applies to air tickets for Haj pilgrims, taking a flight to Saudi Arabia, by Air India. According to Quran, the Hajj is an annual Islamic pilgrimage to Mecca, the holiest city for Muslims, which is a mandatory religious obligation for Muslims that must be carried… Read More »

Juvenile Justice Act – An Overview and New Challenges to it

Juvenile Justice Act enables the Juvenile Justice Board to examine the child and to assess if the crime was committed as a child or adult and the law permits juveniles between 16-18 years of age to be tried as adults for heinous offences and with psychologists and social experts will ensure rights of juvenile are protected if the… Read More »

Constitutionality of Adultery Law in India

Introduction The word Adultery means voluntary sexual intercourse between a married person and someone other than that person’s current spouse or partner[1]. It is considered intolerable on social, moral, religious and legal grounds. Unlike many other countries in India, marriages are considered to be more sacramental and union of two persons and their families, than a legal contract… Read More »

Relevancy of Character Evidence in Civil and Criminal Case

Introduction The word ‘Character’ denotes “the collective qualities or characteristics especially mental and moral that distinguish a person or thing. Character differs from conduct. And ‘Conduct’ is a stray act, it is a single act, done on one occasion while a character is a continuous act and there is a repetition of the same act. The character and conduct of……...

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Unlawful Assembly And Legal Provisions To Curail It

INTRODUCTION Peace and more importantly, the faith that peace shall prevail is critical for the existence of civilized society. Disturbed conditions or uncertainty about future conditions jeopardize the progress of society. At a mundane level, public disorder – or even apprehensions regarding disturbed conditions – hamper economic progress, reduce productivity, discourage commerce and ruin the investment climate. The……...

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