Online Education: Covid-19 perspective

Introduction Education’s purpose is to replace empty mind with an open one. At the beginning of this year almost every country got hit by the ongoing pandemic of Covid-19. It created havoc as its fatality rate is between 2-3 percent. It has been declared as the pandemic by the world health organisation and lockdowns were... Continue Reading →

Doctrine of Eclipse – Tool to Interpret the Constitution of India

INTRODUCTION The literal meaning of “eclipse” refers to the occurrence when one object overshadows another. In reference to Constitutional law, the doctrine of eclipse is known to be applied in cases in which an act or law has the tendency to violate the fundamental rights guaranteed under the Indian Constitution. In that scenario, the fundamental... Continue Reading →

Gift under Transfer of Property

INTRODUCTION A Gift is generally regarded as a transfer of ownership of a property where the sender willingly brings into effect such transfer without any compensation or consideration in monetary value. It may be in the form of moveable or immoveable property and the parties may be two living persons or the transfer may take... Continue Reading →

Constitutionality of Attempt to Commit Suicide

INTRODUCTION “To be, or not to be-that is the question: Whether it is nobler in the mind to suffer, The slings and arrows of outrageous fortune, Or to take arms against a sea of troubles, And by opposing end them.” - Shakespeare, Hamlet, III, i. Suicide is referred to as the act of self-murdering or... Continue Reading →

Correlation between Fundamental Rights and Fundamental Duties

Introduction Rights and duties go hand in hand. Rights can only be enjoyed in the world of duties. For every right there is corresponding duty to be fulfilled. There is no right without duty. One's right is another's obligation. A fundamental right is a right to which an individual is entitled by virtue merely of... Continue Reading →


INTRODUCTION Homosexuality is romantic or sexual attraction or behaviour among the people of the same sex. As a sexual orientation, homosexuality refers to an enduring pattern or disposition to experience sexual affection or romantic attractions primarily to people of the same sex. It also refers to an individual’s sense of personal and social identity based... Continue Reading →

Surrogacy: An Indian Perspective

“Motherhood is the greatest thing and the hardest thing.” – Ricki Lake. INTRODUCTION The 'Surrogate" word has its origin within the Latin term Surrogatus' meaning a woman acts as a substitute for another woman. It is a method of assisted reproduction or assisted reproductive technology (ART) where on behalf of another person or couple a... Continue Reading →

Law and Violence against Women

Rightly did Swami Vivekananda say, 'Just as a bird cannot fly with one wing only, a Nation cannot march forward if the women are left behind'. Men and women are the two holes of a perfect whole. India is a country of different religion, gender, flourishing culture, climate conditions, but its shine is diminishing due... Continue Reading →

First Trial of Sexual Harassment at Workplace in India

Vishakha & Ors. V. State of Rajasthan (AIR 1997 SC 3011) “Sexual harassment at work... is it a problem for the self-employed?”            – Victoria Wood OVERVIEW Vishakha v state of Rajasthan is one of the significant and landmark case of Judicial Activism of securing rights of women at workplace and of protecting her modesty. Prior... Continue Reading →

Person: A Legal Concept

The term ‘person’ is derived from the Latin term ‘Persona’ which means those who are recognized by law as being capable of having legal rights and being bound by legal duties. It means both- a human being, a body of persons or a corporation or other legal entity that is recognized by law as the... Continue Reading →

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