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Safety of Women with rising Cyber Crimes

Safety of Women with rising Cyber Crimes | Overview Introduction Types of Cyber Crime affecting the Safety of Women Cyber Harassment Cyber pornography Email Spoofing Morphing Cyber defamation Cyber Stalking Recent Cyber Crime Cases in India International Initiatives Conclusion and Suggestions Evolution in technology has acted as a catalyst, leading to an increase in the number of Cyber Crimes… Read More »

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 »

Singrauli Crisis: Lost sense of Social Responsibility

Singrauli Crisis: Lost sense of Social Responsibility | Overview Under the stalwarts of Democracy What is coal ash? Why is it hazardous? Social responsibility: A ludicrous reality to the affluent Conclusion: Singrauli Crisis The Singrauli crisis has mandated our attention to the lost sense of social responsibility of the businessmen of our country. This article highlights the unfolding… Read More »

Analysis of Draft Competition Amendment Bill 2020: Detailed

Analysis of Draft Competition Amendment Bill 2020 | Overview Introduction Significant Changes | Competition Amendment Bill 2020 Reform in the Regulatory Structure of CCI Statutory provision to invite public comments Issuing the Penalty Guidance Expansion of the Definition of Cartel All Final Orders Made Appealable New Thresholds for Merger Control Consistent Inadequacies in the Act Conclusion Introduction By… Read More »

Marital Rape by Meenakshi Gupta

Marital Rape by Meenakshi Gupta | Overview Introduction Marital Rape Exception 2 of Section 375 of IPC Marital Rape and Indian Laws Scenario Domestic Violence Act 2005 and Marital Rape Fundamental Rights and their violation Suggestions and Conclusion Introduction Indian Penal Code 1860, section 375 defines rape as a heinous crime against women’s gender. But marital rape is… Read More »

Power of the Court to Order Re-Call and Re-Examination of Witness

The author of the article ‘Power of the Court to Order Re-Call and Re-Examination of Witness’ traces differing opinions on such questions while taking the terminological and technical nuances into account betwixt the discussion. The author talks about applicable laws, national and international judicial commands, legal comments while offering his opinion on the same. “Re-examination is the putting… Read More »

Suspension of Labor Law: The Constitutionality Test

This article ‘Suspension of Labor Law: The Constitutionality Test’ has been written by Prakash Balout, an alumnus of The WB National University of Juridical Sciences, Kolkata (NUJS). Suspension of Labor Law: The Constitutionality Test In 2012, there were around 487 million workers in India, the second largest after China[1] and that makes both courtiers the fastest developing nations.… Read More »

Issue of Censorship in India

Issue of Censorship has worried citizens, free speech supporters, civil rights organizations and libertarian organizations all over the world. It is also widely debated and discussed in India, where governments over the years have tried to censor free speech and free flow of information. Right to freedom of speech and expression, which is a fundamental right under Part… Read More »

Real estate market structure and black money formation

Real estate market structure and black money formation Overview Introduction Generation of black money Sources of black money generation Existing administrative machinery to tackle black money Corrective action to be taken by State Government Conclusion The nexus between real estate deals and black money is a serious concern for the country. This parallel economy is estimated to account… Read More »

Transformative Constitutionalism

Transformative Constitutionalism is a tool 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 be… Read More »