HURT: GRIEVOUS AND SIMPLE UNDER IPC

Hurt in general means injury, from which a particular person suffers. The injury can be caused due to bodily pain, any disease, emasculation, physical or mental weakness, disfigurement, or any fracture etc. Which is a non-fatal crime. Hurt can be classified into two categories- Simple Hurt.Grievous Hurt. What is meant by simple Hurt? According to... Continue Reading →

Marital rapes in India: A legal outlook

Introduction History is evident in revealing the atrocities faced by Indian women’s all over since time immemorial. And now we can see domestic violence is becoming one of the greatest threats faced by Indian women. And one such factor of domestic violence includes marital rape. Which happens with women of all religions, say it could... Continue Reading →

Misconceptions and Positive Approaches Towards UCC

The hurdles in the path of development of the UCC are various misconceptions that has been taken place in the minds of people. The utmost necessity is to understand the correct meaning, scope and exact nature of article 44. Because if one carefully tries to understand and analyze this provision of our constitution, then honestly... Continue Reading →

UCC still a motionless approach in Indian society

Introduction Unity in diversity, a prominent fact that India is home to almost all major religions in the world. And hence, it is often delineated by the name of ‘Land of Religious Toleration[1]’. After the enactment of constitution of India on 26th of January 1950, which gave its citizens several rights and freedoms, however was... Continue Reading →

Reservation Why Becoming a Failure

The reservation system- The reservation system basically in common terms describes, an act of reserving or holding seats for backward classes. By providing better opportunities in job and educational fields. But the most prominent step of this reservation policy is to empower the backward classes through, their participation in the decision making and also to... Continue Reading →

UCC still a motionless approach in Indian society

Introduction Unity in diversity, a prominent fact that India is home to almost all major religions in the world. And hence, it is often delineated by the name of ‘Land of Religious Toleration[1]’. After the enactment of constitution of India on 26th of January 1950, which gave its citizens several rights and freedoms, however was... Continue Reading →

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