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Catalonian Referendum: SíIndependència

An Exordium The ‘numeronym 1-O’ also known as the referendum of “1st October” held in Catalonia as stirred an unprecedented political uncertainty in Spain and Catalonia. Catalonia was an autonomous region of Spain which was granted this status after the...

Deportation of Rohingya Muslims

Prologue During World War II/those were the days of Second World War, when the Imperial Japanese Army invaded Burma, at that time the British forces had to intervene because there existed inter-communal riots between Arakanese and Muslim villagers. The British...

The ‘Triple Talaq’ Verdict – Analysing the Judgement and its Impact

The Supreme Court of India on 22nd August 2017 delivered a historic decision in the constitutional bench decision on the validity of ‘Talaq-e-Biddat’ or ‘Triple Talaq’ under the Muslim personal law. The Hon’ble Court, declared by 3:2 majority the...

A Journey of Indian Muslim from 1947 to 2017

My father, Munshi Abdul Mabood, was a government employee in the department of posts in Bihar. He was a Muslim. In 1947, he did not migrate to Pakistan as he did not feel threatened by the post-partition communal flare-up in the...

Guaranteeing Right to privacy as a Fundamental Right

Right to Privacy: Discerning the Elusive In the past few weeks, there has been a furor over the legal quandary of recognition of Privacy as a Fundamental Right. The issue was resurrected when a petition was filed challenging the constitutional...

Qatar Crisis and Sanctions: A nugatory attempt to clamp the fall-out

Prologue On June 5, 2017, the Middle-East plunged into the worst diplomatic crisis the Gulf has witnessed in decades. Bahrain was the first among the Middle Eastern Countries to officially cut-off its diplomatic ties and impose Comprehensive Sanctions on Doha,...

Real Estate Regulation Act – New regime of the Consumer-Centric Law

Indian history may remark 2016 as one of the most significant years which brought in different norms and policies throughout the country for better governance. Be it the GST Bill passed in the parliament or the demonetization uproar, the...

Kulbhushan Jadhav Case: The Unexplored Side

May 2017 has been the most celebrated month out of the initial months of the year by the Indian populace. The reason for the celebration is in itself a huge moment of pride for every Indian citizen, as India...

Supreme Court, SEBI & Sahara India – The Investor Fraud Case

The SEBI v. Sahara India Case, ongoing case since 2009, is one of the most riveting corporate cases in recent times. What began as an innocuous letter pointing out a discrepancy in the Draft Red Herring Prospectus (hereinafter referred...

Chemical Attacks on Syria: This Chemistry Turned Out Wrong

The spine-chilling chemical attacks earlier this April, that left Syria dead in scores was a gross infringement of the International Law as well as an intense show of recalcitrance to the world leaders. This disturbing attack showed no less...

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The Law Brigade Group is an online, open-access journal publisher. The Law Brigade enjoys being India's only research startup...