Libertatem Magazine

Aryika Dadhwal

Do We Need to Transform the Indian Insolvency System?

The IBC is adaptive, dynamic, and flexible, thus making it highly impactful, however adequate institutional capacity is essential to ensure that the IBC does not suffer from the plights of earlier reform attempts such as the Debt Recovery Tribunals.

Withdrawal of Judges in light of the Principle of “Nemo Judex In Causa Sua”: An Analysis

"Justice, and the arrival of that justice being delivered, is essential to the protection of the guideline of thumb of law. Justice implies - consistency, in technique and result — that is, treating like instances alike; a technique that's unfastened from coercion or corruption; making sure that inequality among the events does now no longer affect the final results of the technique; adherence to the values of...

Explained: The Scope of Article 21 During the Era of COVID-19

“One’s right to self, their body, their health, and their livelihoods is inherent to living a meaningful human life, Human liberty is born innately in human want of freedom, and through the organisation of a state, the people demand the...

Revisiting the Landmark Case of ‘Kesavananda Bharati’ that Strengthened the Indian Democracy

On 6 September 2020, the religious head of the Edneer Mutt of Kerala departed from the earth leaving his thousands of followers behind. The question of the matter is the relationship between a celebrated religious leader and constitutional law....

Examining Reservation in India – the Law & Policy

Discrimination is not just moral damnation by the ones at disadvantage from the ones in power, but it is a vehicle of perpetuating political, economic, educational and social depression. Having been historically shunned from institutions of importance like religious places,...

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