Explained: The Right to be Forgotten in India
Right to Privacy is an essential fundamental right which has been enshrined in the Indian Constitution under Article 21 after the Justice K.S. Puttaswamy case. The right also covers the aspect of informational privacy and thus an invasion of...
Section 118A of the Kerala Police Act – An attack on Freedom of Speech
Freedom to free speech and expression is a fundamental right guaranteed under Article 19 of the Indian Constitution. It is the most precious and natural right and thus is considered as the backbone of Part III of the Constitution,...
A Critical Analysis of the National Green Tribunal and the Elephant Corridors
Introduction Wildlife is one of the most vital ecosystems which have been provided by Mother Earth. The term ‘wildlife’ refers to the collection of animals that live in the wild and are undomesticated. India is known for its rich wildlife,...
Why is Article 32 of the Constitution of India Regarded as the Heart and Soul of the Indian Constitution?
Dr. B.R. Ambedkar once said, “If I was asked to name any particular article in this Constitution as the most important — an article without which this Constitution would be a nullity — I could not refer to any...
Whether the Right to Marry is a Fundamental Right in India?
In the Article, it is discussed how Judiciary has made it clear that the right of an individual to marry a person of his or her choice irrespective of any caste, race, religion, etc. is a fundamental right and is considered an important part of Article 21 which is the Right to life and personal liberty.
Does the Special Marriage Act, 1954 Infringe the Constitutional Right to Privacy?
The Supreme Court, on 24 August 2017, delivered a historic judgment in the K.S. Puttaswamy case where it declared that ‘Right to privacy is Fundamental Right under Article 21 of the Indian Constitution’. The right can be derived from...
Explained: Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code (Amendment) Act, 2020
The COVID-19 pandemic has brought various widespread impacts on every sector of the country, whether it is the corporates or it is the MSMEs. The Indian Government to cope with this situation has time and again introduced a wide...
The Supreme Protector of Environment in India – National Green Tribunal
The Earth has provided us with the air to breathe, the soil we live on and the trees which provide us with oxygen along with other flora and fauna. All these elements combined constitute the environment. It would have...
Juveniles in Care Homes: A Comparative and Critical Analysis
It was the year 1989 when the entire world was undergoing certain changes and in the backdrop of such changes, the world leaders came together and made a historic commitment to the children of the entire world. They made...
An Insight into Custodial Death in India
“The occurrence of Custodial deaths in the world’s greatest democracy has raised the eyebrows of every citizen and shaken the faith in the democracy.” The term “Custodial Violence” means the violence which takes place in the custody of the...