Medical Termination of Pregnancy Act, 1971 and its Recent Amendments

Medical Termination of Pregnancy (MTP) or Induced Abortion is the medical way of getting relief from unwanted pregnancy. A qualified doctor is allowed to perform this termination of pregnancy; provided it is performed at a place recognized by the Government and certain conditions are satisfied. Medical Termination of Pregnancy was made legal in India in 1971 when the… Read More »

Electronic Evidence under Indian Evidence Act, 1872

The article titled ‘Electronic Evidence under Indian Evidence Act, 1872′ is written by Ritika Chaturvedi and broadly discusses the clauses in relation to Electronic Evidence under the Indian Evidence Act, 1872. Today, virtually every crime has in it some or the other kind of electronic component. The Section 65A and 65B of Indian Evidence Act have defined the……...

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Constitutional Validity of Government’s Data Surveillance

This article deals with the surveillance regime in India. Beginning with a description of what surveillance mechanisms exist in India (CMS, NETRA etc) to the related legal framework for the same, we analyze the evolution of the concept of ‘privacy’ in Indian courts. The article also examines the need for a strong data protection law and legal and… Read More »

3rd National Essay Writing Competition on Nation and Nationalism 2019

About the Competition Amity Law School is proud to announce the Third Edition “National Essay Writing Competition on Nation and Nationalism, 2019” in collaboration with National Commission for Women, Indian Lawyers Association, Law Street Journal and Legal Bites. This is an initiative in the persuasion of revolution, through this competition to invoke feelings of patriotism and to establish the… Read More »

Homecoming – The Citizenship (Amendment) Bill, 2019

Introduction The Lok Sabha, on 8 January 2019, passed the contentious Citizenship (Amendment), Bill. The legislation seeks to facilitate the granting of citizenship to the identified minorities, namely Hindus, Sikhs, Buddhists, Jains, Christians, and Parsis, escaping religion-based persecution from Pakistan, Afghanistan, and Bangladesh and entering India before December 31, 2014. The mandatory period of residence has been reduced… Read More »

Exception to the Rule of Consideration

The exception to the rule of consideration squarely falls within the purview of the statute. Indian Contract Act in section 25, categorically provides for the three situations whereby the requirement of consideration ends. It is natural to love, affection, voluntary service and payment of the time-barred debt. Introduction As defined under §2 (d) of the Indian Contract Act……...

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How ‘Achhe’ are the ‘Achhe Din?’

This article titled How ‘Achhe’ are the ‘Achhe Din?’ has been written by Abhinav Ashok. How ‘Achhe’ are the ‘Achhe Din?’ The country needed a change from the privileged lineage governing India for a long time. And it was absolutely justified to choose the opposition to keep the competition healthy and development constant. And so, came in the… Read More »