The impact of education on preventing Child labour in India

INTRODUCTION COVID-19 appears to have wrecked all of the Indian government's attempts to give children with a better education and a better life. The bad financial situation of parents, as well as the inaccessibility of online education, have contributed to an increase un the number of school dropouts globally. At that age, children are encouraged... Continue Reading →

Causes of domestic violence in India

INTRODUCTION Domestic abuse is one of the most serious gender-based human rights violations.  Domestic violence has become so established in culture that in certain parts of the nation, young girls are taught that abuse is also a love language. As a result, even highly educated women might become victims of domestic abuse without realising it.... Continue Reading →

Analysis on Right of Private Defence Under Indian Penal Code

INTRODUCTION Private Security A private defence is described as an act done to defend one's body and property from another person when there is a reasonable fear of incurring injury or damage to one's property. In general, private defence is a general exception that refers to the defence that one can use to save his... Continue Reading →

Role of Consumer Protection Act in protecting the Rights of Consumer in India

INTRODUCTION The rising interdependence of the global economy, as well as the transnational nature of many business operations, have led to the establishment of a worldwide emphasis on the preservation and promotion of consumer rights. In India, the consumer movement as a'social force' arose out of the need to safeguard and promote consumers' interests against... Continue Reading →

The Role of Cyber Law in Cybersecurity in India

INTRODUCTION Cyberspace is commonly referred to as the computer-generated world of the internet, and the laws that regulate or are in effect in this region are referred to as cyber laws or IT laws. Because these laws have a worldwide jurisdiction, all users of this cyberspace are subject to them. It may also be defined... Continue Reading →

Importance of capacity to contract

INTRODUCTION Almost every transaction in our environment is the outcome of a contract. When you buy veggies from a merchant, you agree to give him money in return for the vegetables. If you run a store, you sign into two contracts: one with the maker of the items and another with the client who will... Continue Reading →

Role of Juvenile Justice System in India

INTRODUCTION The Latin maxim 'Nil Novi Spectrum', which means "nothing new on this earth," is best suited for India's Juvenile Justice system. Since the beginning of time, there has been an assumption across the world that juveniles should be treated leniently since there is a school of thinking that says– Young people have a tendency... Continue Reading →

Analysis of Article 32 of the Constitution of India: Right to constitutional remedies

INTRODUCTION Individuals have the right under Article 32 of the Indian Constitution to petition the Supreme Court for justice if they believe their rights have been "unduly denied." As the "protector and guarantee of Fundamental Rights," the Supreme Court is granted the jurisdiction to make directions or instructions for the implementation of any of the... Continue Reading →

Critical Analysis on Right to a fair trial under Indian Laws

INTRODUCTION The basic goal of criminal process is to ensure that everyone accused of a crime receives a fair trial. The concept of a fair trial is inextricably linked to the fundamental and internationally recognised human right1. It should be highlighted, however, that the fairness of a criminal trial should not be judged in absolute... Continue Reading →

A detailed study on Dowry Death in India

INTRODUCTION Marriages are believed to be formed in heaven, but in this day and age, I believe they are formed by the devil himself. After leaving behind her father's house and her mother's affection, the last thing a bride wants is for her in-laws to turn into monsters. Dowry desire leads to dowry killing and... Continue Reading →

Sources of Law

INTRODUCTION There are several sources from which we obtain what we know to be law. In layman's words, law is nothing more than a system of rules and regulations that we as a community agree to obey so that we do not infringe on the rights of others and can protect our own. The right... Continue Reading →

An Analysis of vicarious liability in India

INTRODUCTION Every person is accountable for the acts that they perform but not for the conduct of others. However, there are some instances in which a person is liable for the acts of another person, which is known as vicarious liability. So, for this to happen, both persons must have a certain type of relationship,... Continue Reading →

General Defences under Law of Torts

INTRODUCTION Defence is a term that refers to starting a conversation that leads to the court ruling in favour of the respondent in tort. It is a tool of protection that can be used to avoid debt in tort only if the activity has suitable norms attached to these excuses, and where the complainant brings... Continue Reading →

Arbitral Tribunal

INTRODUCTION Arbitration was created as a technique to avoid the difficulties associated with civil litigation in courts. It first appeared in India in the form of panchayats, which were made up of individuals who were requested to rule on issues brought before them, and whose decisions were accepted by the parties to the dispute. The... Continue Reading →

What is Copyright

INTRODUCTION Copyright law, as the name implies, is a straightforward legislation that states that if you create anything, you own it and you alone have the authority to decide what happens to it. In India, copyright law is controlled by the Copyright Act of 1957. The goal of this copyright law is primarily twofold: first,... Continue Reading →

What is foreign trade policy 

INTRODUCTION For the past five years, the Foreign Trade Policy has been developed. It investigates, regulates, and enacts regulations governing the export and import of products. The adoption of the Foreign Trade Policy is aligned with the Honourable Prime Minister of India's goal of 'Make in India,' 'Digital India,' and 'Skills India.' The Indian government... Continue Reading →

Unfair Trade Practice

INTRODUCTION The employment of various dishonest, fraudulent, or immoral ways to gain business is referred to as unfair commercial practises. Misrepresentation, fraudulent advertising or representation of an item or service, tied selling, bogus free prize or gift promises, deceptive pricing, and noncompliance with manufacturing standards are all examples of unfair commercial practises. Such practises are... Continue Reading →

Sources of Muslim Law

INTRODUCTION Muslim law is a religious rule that applies to anybody who is Muslim by birth or through conversion. Islamic law, on the other hand, is centred on a man's responsibilities or obligations rather than his rights. The term Islam means 'complete submission to God,' while the word Muslim means 'who devoted himself to God.'... Continue Reading →

Sources of Hindu law

INTRODUCTION Hindu law is composed of different texts and scriptures; the development of Hindu law was both natural and, at times, aided by laws implemented during the British period. There are two types of Hindu legal sources: ancient and modern. Ancient sources include religious texts such as shrutis and smritis, as well as several Upanishads,... Continue Reading →


INTRODUCTION As we all know, our country is a democratic one, and it is the largest democratic country in the world. Here, everyone is free to think and do anything they want (within appropriate limits, of course), and our government is there to enforce those limits. In the perspective of the law, all people on... Continue Reading →

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