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Age of Juvenility: Need of Reduction from 18 to 16

Lexicon meaning of the term Juvenile is ‘a young person, not fully developed who displays or suggests lack of maturity’. On the similar conceptual line the term has been legally defined under Section 2(k) of Juvenile Justice (Care and...

The Misogyny of India – A look at the recent Uber Cab Rape Case

On December 5th, 2014, a 25 year old executive, working for a global company as a financial analyst, was raped by her Uber cab driver. The driver reportedly threatened to kill her if she went to the police, but...

Are judicial proceedings in India more biased towards celebrities?

Answering ‘yes’ to the title question above, means that in a country where ‘RIGHT TO EQUALITY’ is a fundamental right incorporated in Article 14 of the Indian constitution there are discrepancies in the reality of its execution. Does the...

Commutation of Death Sentences: A Critical Analysis

Death penalty has constantly been criticized for being inhuman punishment. It is contended that a civilized society does not require this kind of punishment. Indian criminal justice system retains capital punishment or death penalty for certain serious offences. At the...
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What Will Be the Future of Globalisation?

In the COVID-19 pandemic, there is a debate about what will happen to globalization now? With globalization slowing down,...
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Artificial Arbitrators – A New Way Towards Dispute Resolution

“I don't see that human intelligence is something that humans can never understand." ~ John McCarthy, March 1989 Introduction Information technology has achieved a whole new level...

Agartala High Court Dismisses the Criminal Revision Petition Against the Survivor of a Road Accident

Excerpt The High Court of Agartala rejected an instant appeal filed by the Petitioner challenging the Judgment on a Criminal Appeal delivered by the Extra...

Inadequate Compensation Does Not Deem a Sale as a Mortgage: Calcutta High Court

Excerpt The case over the contested assets began in 1975, when the plaintiff's predecessor-in-interest filed a Title Suit in the 1st Court of Munsiff at...

If Grievous Hurt Is Caused Then the Offence of Wrongful Restraint Also Committed Is Not Necessary: Tripura High Court

Case: Ratan Sarkar Versus The State of Tripura Excerpt  The High Court of Tripura after thoroughly going through the evidence and witnesses upheld the decision of...