Bachpan Bachao Andolan vs National Disaster Management Authority and Ors

The Bench Constituted of Chief Justice of India SA Bobde, AS Bopanna, and Hrishikesh Roy. They stated on hearing the PIL that child trafficking still continues to rise, mostly because of the market which employs child labour at a cheap cost. Child trafficking for prostitution is also done.The court asked The Solicitor General Tushar Meheta to look … Continue reading Bachpan Bachao Andolan vs National Disaster Management Authority and Ors

SC Directs Petitioners To Approach HC On Plea Challenging Use Of ‘Hindi’ As Official Court Language In Haryana

The Supreme Court today has directed petitioners to approach the Punjab & Haryana High Court on a plea challenging the mandatory imposition of Hindi language in Courts of Haryana. A three- judge Bench led by the Chief Justice SA Bobde, Justice AS Bopanna and Justice Hrishikesh Roy observed that there is no problem if English … Continue reading SC Directs Petitioners To Approach HC On Plea Challenging Use Of ‘Hindi’ As Official Court Language In Haryana

Law without Justice is a wound without cure

ABSTRACT We often come across the saying that with needs, come inventions so is the case with law. It evolved when conflicts arose in the society so that balancing of interests could be friction-less. Although serving justice was not the only purpose of law however, over a period of time it got associated with justice … Continue reading Law without Justice is a wound without cure

LEGAL ASPECTS OF MARITAL RAPE

“She was beautiful daughter, today a forceful bride, tomorrow she will become victim of harmonized crime” -Unknown The word ‘rape’ has been derived from the term ‘rapio’, which means ‘to seize’. Rape is therefore, forcible seizure, or the ravishment of a woman without her consent, by force, fear or fraud. It involves coercive, non consensual … Continue reading LEGAL ASPECTS OF MARITAL RAPE

JUSTICE IS TO BE DENIED TO NOBODY

Abstract:- This Article gives a distinctive depiction and surveys about the Title named-"Justice is to be denied to no one" with its significance of Justice as the Justice when all is said in done terms implies the fair conduct or treatment which is for all the men on world, it additionally centers around alternate points … Continue reading JUSTICE IS TO BE DENIED TO NOBODY

Nobody can be twice punished for the same offence

INTRODUCTION- There are different theories of punishment like Deterrent, Retributive and Reformative etc. Reformative approach is common in many countries. In this theory, Motive behind Pronouncement of any sentence by judiciary,is ‘reform of the culprit’. If any offender after completion of his or her sentence, it is assumed that he or she has been reformed … Continue reading Nobody can be twice punished for the same offence

VIETNAMESE MODEL TO FIGHT COVID-19

Abstract As the globe approaches the fifth month of the pandemic, Vietnam reports a remarkably low rate of infection in a country of 95 million inhabitants, with only 324 reported cases (61 active and 263 recovered) without any deaths as of May 22. The condition linked with the latest coronavirus, with more than 140 individuals … Continue reading VIETNAMESE MODEL TO FIGHT COVID-19

HOW INDIA RESPONDING TO ECONOMIC CRISIS DURING THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC

Abstract The lockdown in India got extended to 31st May, making this lockdown phase more than 55 days. This pandemic has pushed the Indian economy into a recession, due to which the economy starts shrinking and growth of market stops.This lockdowns forcefully confined millions of people to sit to their homes, shutting down most of … Continue reading HOW INDIA RESPONDING TO ECONOMIC CRISIS DURING THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC

BT COTTON: A CASE STUDY

Name of the Case: Nuziveedu Seeds Ltd. and Ors. v. Monsanto Technology LLC and Ors.[1] Introduction Mahyco Monsanto Biotech Pvt Ltd, the Indian joint venture of Monsanto and Maharashtra Hybrid Seed Company was licensing its BT products to various Indian seed companies including Nuziveedu and its subsidiaries. Monsanto licensed its patent IN214436 titled “Methods for … Continue reading BT COTTON: A CASE STUDY

MADRAS HC LIKELY TO STAY THE CONDUCT OF CLASS X EXAMS

The Madras HC hereby clarified that it is convinced to not conduct the Class X exams from June 15th. The bench Justice Vineet Kothari and Justice R Suresh Kumar wondered if the State could conduct exams without putting the students at risk. Tamil Nadu High and Higher Secondary School Graduate Teachers Association challenged the State's … Continue reading MADRAS HC LIKELY TO STAY THE CONDUCT OF CLASS X EXAMS