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THE CRIMINAL LAW (AMENDMENT) ACT, 2018 – Zeenia

THE CRIMINAL LAW (AMENDMENT) ACT, 2018   The Author is Zeenia Nagpal, a 5th Year BA LLB (H) student from Alliance Law, Bangalore.   President Ram Nath Kovind has given assent to the Criminal Law (Amendment) Act, 2018 on 11th August 2018. The amendment has replaced the Criminal Law (Amendment) Ordinance, 2018 which was promulgated …

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AN ANALYSIS OF WOMEN WORKERS UNDER EQUAL REMUNERATION ACT 1976 – Zeenia

AN ANALYSIS OF WOMEN WORKERS UNDER EQUAL REMUNERATION ACT 1976   -The author is Zeenia Nagpal, 5th year Student of BA.LLB (Hons.) from Alliance University, Bangalore.   The Contextual Framework   Article 39 (d) of the Constitution aims at providing equal pay for equal work for both men and women. To give effect to this constitutional …

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River Pollution:  Issues and Laws Regulating In India – Bhanu

River Pollution:  Issues and Laws Regulating In India   The Author Is Bhanu Pratap Samantaray, 2nd Year Student At National Law University, Odisha.   INTRODUCTION   Rivers are far more than just normal flowing water bodies, especially in India, it is considered as religious faith and a lifeline for many people as well. More than 500 …

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 Sexual Harassment In The Dynamic Workplace – Bhanu

 SEXUAL HARASSMENT IN THE DYNAMIC WORKPLACE   The Author is Bhanu Pratap Samantaray, 2nd Year Student at National Law University, Odisha   INTRODUCTION   Work from home has gradually but slowly become the new standard during these unprecedented times. Work from home has now been the general rule instead of an exception to the general rule …

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MEDIA: How Watchdog is becoming a Pet dog of money and TRP.  – Bhanu

MEDIA: How Watchdog is becoming a Pet dog of money and TRP.   The author is Bhanu Pratap Samantaray, 2nd Year Student at National Law University, Odisha.   INTRODUCTION   There are four main pillars of democracy: the judiciary, the legislature, the executive, and the media. Thus media is considered as the fourth pillar of democracy. …

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Russian federation: Decriminalisation of Domestic Violence – Bhanu Pratap

Russian federation: Decriminalisation of Domestic Violence   The author is Bhanu Pratap Samantaray, 2nd Year Student at National Law University, Odisha.   INTRODUCTION In Europe and Central Asia, Russia is one of three countries that have not adopted legislation expressly targeting domestic violence.[1] There are a number of provisions in the Russian Federation’s Criminal Code that …

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Sports in India: Development, Issues & Reform Measures – Bhanu Pratap

 Sports in India: Development, Issues & Reform Measures   The author is Bhanu Pratap Samantaray, 2nd Year Student at National Law University, Odisha   “Sports are one among the foremost admired activities in India. Almost nearly everyone makes themselves indulge in some sort of sports starting from hockey, cricket, football, badminton, court game to golf, …

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The Singapore Convention on Mediation: Changing Dispute Resolution – by Sanjivan

The Singapore Convention on Mediation: Changing Dispute Resolution   The Author is Sanjivan Chakraborty, a B.A.LL.B (Hons.) student at National Law University and Judicial Academy, Assam.   Introduction:   On August 7, 2019, the United Nations Convention on International Settlement Agreements Resulting from Mediation opened up for signature in Singapore. The Convention, commonly known as …

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An Analysis of the Anti-Corruption laws in India: by Sanjivan Chakraborty

An Analysis of the Anti-Corruption laws in India   The Author is Sanjivan Chakraborty, a B.A.LL.B (Hons.) student at National Law University and Judicial Academy, Assam.   Corruption laws in India:   The Government employees or Public Servants in India, for acts of corruption, can be penalized under the Indian Penal Code, 1860 (IPC) and …

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The Interfering Aspects of Mental Health in Juvenile Offenders – by Yazhini

The Interfering Aspects of Mental Health in Juvenile Offenders   The author is Yazhini, a BBA.LLB student at School of Law, Sastra University.   Introduction:   Mental health is an illness that the whole world for a very long period failed to acknowledge or, more precisely, people refused to accept as such. The health of …

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Should Pornography Be Banned? – by Aparajita

Should Pornography Be Banned?   The Author is Aparajita Jha, a penultimate year student of National Law University and Judicial Academy, Assam.   Introduction   The exact definition of pornography is described by the concise oxford dictionary as the explicit description or exhibition of sexual activity in literature, films, etc., intended to stimulate erotic rather …

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Environmental Justice under `Right to Life` – Article 21 – by Yazhini

Environmental Justice under `Right to Life` – Article 21.   The Author is Yazhini, a 4th year BBA.LL.B student at School of Law, Sastra University.     ‘Living’ and the ‘environment’ are highly dependent. The interrelation is inevitable. For the harmony of the natural cycle, the ecosystem has to be balanced. Thus, environmental justice. Human …

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ORGAN TRANSPLANTATION AFTER BRAIN DEATH – by Anugraha

ORGAN TRANSPLANTATION AFTER BRAIN DEATH   The author of this article is Anugraha P, a 2nd Year BBA LLB (Hons) student from Government Law College, Thrissur.   Medical History of Organ Transplantation   Organ transplantation in India has a relatively short history compared to the developed world. In the 20th century, there was an increase …

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Cyber Crimes related to Finance – Priya Shekhawat

Cyber Crimes related to Finance    The Author is Priya Shekhawat, a BBA LLb 4th year student from Sharda University.                                                                                  INTRODUCTION   The Price Waterhouse Coopers organization, which deals with the Economic Crime Survey, has defined economic crime in cyber world as –  “an economic crime committed using computers and the internet. It includes …

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FREEDOM OF PRESS – A VITAL ASPECT OF DEMOCRACY – Aashita

FREEDOM OF PRESS – A VITAL ASPECT OF DEMOCRACY The Author is Aashita Jain, a third year B.A.L.L.B.(H) Student from IIMT AND SCHOOL OF LAW, IP UNIVERSITY.    INTRODUCTION   “Where it is left to me to decide whether we should have a government without newspapers, or newspapers without a government, I should not hesitate …

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A case against  Section 15 of Juvenile Justice Act, 2015 – by Aashita

The Author Is Aashita Jain, A Third Year B.A.L.L.B.(H) Student From IIMT And School Of Law, Ip University A case against  Section 15 of Juvenile Justice (Care and Protection of Children) Act, 2015   The Juvenile Justice (Care and Protection) Act, 2015 came after the infamous 2012 Nirbhaya gang rape which happened in New Delhi. …

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Implications of COVID-19 on the legal sector – by Yazhini

The Author is Yazhini, a 4th year, BBA.LLB (hons) student at Sastra University, Thanjavur.    Implications of COVID-19 on the legal sector   It has been 4 months since the outbreak of coronavirus has shaken the world. The days are being passed through dramatic event of lockdowns and quarantine. The livelihoods of almost maximum population …

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Medical Negligence during Covid – 19 – by Priya Shekhawat

  The Author is Priya Shekhawat,a student pursuing her 4th year in BBA. LLB from Sharda University.                                                                             Medical Negligence during Covid – 19   INTRODUCTION   Medical Negligence is the misconduct by a medical practitioner or doctor by not providing enough care resulting in breach of their duties and harming the patients who are …

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Migrant Labour Crisis in times of Covid-19: Challenges and the Road Ahead – Zeenia Nagpal

Migrant Labour Crisis in times of Covid-19: Challenges and the Road Ahead   The author is Zeenia Nagpal, a 5th year student pursuing BA.LLB (Hons.) from Alliance University, Bangalore.   Introduction   In India, the initial nationwide lockdown was declared starting from the midnight of March 25, 2020 in light of the coronavirus outbreak. And …

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Changes brought by the CONSUMER PROTECTION ACT, 2019 – by Thejaswini

The author is Sivapuram V.L Thejaswini, a 3rd year Student of BBA LL.B (Hons.) from Alliance University, Bangalore. Changes brought by the CONSUMER PROTECTION ACT, 2019                           Whether a bane or boon to Consumers?   What is the ‘Consumer Protection Act, 2019’?   Recently, the government felt that it was high time to replace the …

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The conundrum of Idea vs. Expression vis-a-vis Singardaan case by Tushar

The conundrum of Idea vs. Expression in Copyright Infringement vis-a-vis Singardaan case   By Tushar Sinha Tushar Sinha is a 5th year B.A LLB (Hons.) student at Amity Law School, Mumbai. He may be contacted at tusharsnh0@gmail.com.   Introduction   The object of Copyright Law is to give stimulus to an idea. To provide opportunities …

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