Balwant Singh and Anr. v. State of Punjab, (1995) 1 SCR 411

Introduction In 1995, in Balwant Singh v. State of Punjab, the Supreme Court overturned a sedition conviction for sloganeers who shouted incendiary slogans shortly after the assassination of Indira Gandhi, on the grounds that the slogans raised did not lead to violence. The sedition law was introduced under Section 124-A IPC by the British lawmakers fearing the development of an … Continue reading Balwant Singh and Anr. v. State of Punjab, (1995) 1 SCR 411

ANALYSIS ON SECTION 354 OF IPC

Abstract Section 354 of Indian Penal Code (“IPC”), 1860 deals with assault or criminal force over women with an intent to outrage her modesty in Circumferences where the offender intends to do or knows that it is likely that such actions will have the same result. This piece is a legal research to interpret the … Continue reading ANALYSIS ON SECTION 354 OF IPC

Reformation in the Juvenile Justice Act: A dire cleanse of the public’s cobwebs

Abstract: During the initial years of the ongoing decade, the public was under the conception that several heinous crimes were committed by juveniles and this lead to a wide uproar. The aftermath of which, lead to the formation of the Juvenile Justice(Care and Protection of Children) Act of 2015.[1] The affirmative action taken by  the … Continue reading Reformation in the Juvenile Justice Act: A dire cleanse of the public’s cobwebs

ONLINE DISPUTE RESOLUTION

ABSTRACT Reducing obstacles to the system of justice that may be experience as unequal is providing entrance to that unequal justice, but not social justice. When one thinks of online dispute resolution being asked to do more than improved provide the justice the system gives – something that many other experiences already as very tough … Continue reading ONLINE DISPUTE RESOLUTION

Call for Submissions by Etching the Path: Issue 7 [Submit by: October 21, 2020]

About Etching the Path Etching the Path is monthly E-Magazine that aims in providing the legal information to the legal fraternity. The objective of ETP is to provide the opportunity to legal fraternity and to promote the legal research. About the Opportunity ETP invites the submissions for Issue 7 of its Monthly E-Magazine. The entries … Continue reading Call for Submissions by Etching the Path: Issue 7 [Submit by: October 21, 2020]

Minerva Mills Ltd. &Ors. v Union of India &Ors. [AIR 1980 SC 1789]

Introduction In the case of Kesavananda Bharati v State of Kerala[1] the Honourable Supreme Court of India had held that even though the Parliament had the power to amend the constitution under article 368 of the constitution, they could not change or affect its basic structure. The judgement in this case gave us the ‘basic … Continue reading Minerva Mills Ltd. &Ors. v Union of India &Ors. [AIR 1980 SC 1789]

Right to life and personal liberty

Introduction Right to life and personal liberty is the most treasured and urgent crucial human right around which different rights of the individual spin and, subsequently, the examination expects extraordinary importance. The investigation of the right to life is for sure an investigation of the Supreme Court as a gatekeeper of key human rights. Article … Continue reading Right to life and personal liberty

DETAILED ANALYSIS OF ARTICLE 19 OF INDIAN CONSTITUTION

ABSTRACT Articles 14, 19 and 21 of our Indian Constitution create a Golden Trinity as they constitute the fundamental principles for the smooth running of the lives of Indian people. This trinity ensures the preservation of the right of a person from being abused by the society. We tried to examine the significance of Article … Continue reading DETAILED ANALYSIS OF ARTICLE 19 OF INDIAN CONSTITUTION

Historical Background and Evolution of the Indian Constitution

Abstract The Constitution of India is the supreme law for the jurisdiction of India. It outlines essential political standards, systems, rehearses, rights, forces, and obligations of the legislature. It was received on the 26th of November, in the year 1949 by the Constituent Assembly. However, it came to impact on the 26th of January, 1950. … Continue reading Historical Background and Evolution of the Indian Constitution