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Reservation Policy: An Old Wine In A New Bottle

India is a country with a spectrum of colorful and diverse religions, customs, cultures, ethnic groups, and castes. In such a country the issue of RESERVATION is both necessary and conflicting. Reservation policy is not something that was created...

Marital Rape: Cry of the Indian Wives

In this era of modernization, India is found to be struggling with end number of cases where a women is subject to rape by her husband which is termed as Marital Rape, i.e. the rape committed by the person...

Armed Forces Special Power Act: In the eyes of a Student

AFSPA, Armed Forces Special Power Act or ‘Right to Kill’ act. This act gives the complete autonomy to the soldiers to kill someone just on the basis of suspicion. Even after more than 65 years of independence, India has...

AIB Roast: Is it protected under Freedom of Speech & Expression?

The society is filled with “he said, she said” talks. Out if these, some are true and some are just farfetched truth or exaggerated versions of the truth which might result in deterioration of an individual’s reputation leading to...

Real Regulatory Body: PNGRB or CCI

Regulatory reforms have played vital role in this larger and upcoming economy. The enterprises in developing countries face the liberalization of markets. Guiding these, not only the regulatory process but also competition law and policy have been among those...

Honour Killing: A Social Evil

The term honour sounds respectable but when it is linked with killing it becomes a heinous crime. Many cases and instances have led us to cogitate over it. Defining it, we can say that honour killing is a customary...

Arbitration: An Alternate to Litigation

Are there any alternative modes available if we think in terms of changing the administration of Justice? I can recall the famous quote stated by Lord Devlin: “The main field of Justice is not litigation but non- litigation.” The...

Obama’s Sojourn – Symbolism or Substance?

The media space has been abuzz with speculations and expectations regarding the upcoming visit of the US President Mr. Barack Obama. High hopes are riding on the new found bonhomie of the the pluralistic democracies. But the build up...

Sentencing Disparity in India: Need for Comprehensive Sentencing Guidelines

Justice is a relative concept which changes with time. Since the codification of substantive criminal law in 1860, to the modernized India in 2015, the judicial court rooms have produced judgments which have shaken the spines of criminals and...

Medical Negligence With Reference To Anuradha Saha’s Wrongful Death Case

Negligence is merely the failure to exercise due car. The three ingredients of negligence are as follows: The defendant owes a duty of care to the plaintiff. The defendant has breached this duty to care The plaintiff has suffered an injury due...

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