Types of writs in India

Part III of the Indian Constitution contains fundamental rights such as the right to equality, the right to life and liberty, and so on. It is insufficient to just provide for Fundamental Rights. It is also critical that these Fundamental Rights are safeguarded and enforced. To defend Fundamental Rights, Articles 32 and 226 of the... Continue Reading →

What is Rule of Law?

The Rule of Law means that the government officials and citizens are bound by and abide by the law. The entire article revolves around the concept of the Rule of Law. The Rule of Law is very important for the legal functioning of the government in contemporary world. The government that abides by it is... Continue Reading →

Animal rights: need of an hour

The shocking number of reports of animal cruelty is just the tip of the iceberg every day—most cases are unreported. Cases of animal abuse are not collected by state and federal agencies, unlike violent crimes against persons, making it difficult to calculate how common they are. We can, however, use the available information to try... Continue Reading →

Impact of stricter SEBI norms for independent directors

The Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) is the statutory regulatory body under the jurisdiction of the Ministry of Finance, Government of India for securities and commodity market in India. On 29th June the SEBI board permitted amendments to the SEBI (Listing Obligations and Disclosure Requirements) Regulations, 2015, provisions pertaining to independent directors. Independent... Continue Reading →

Ban on Chinese apps in India

The Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology affirmed that it has received "many complaints of different sources, including a number of reports of the misuse of some Android and iOS-backed mobile apps to steal and suddenly transmit user data to servers located outside India." Invoking competences in accordance with Section 69 A of the Information... Continue Reading →

Is OTT regulation required?

India is likely to become the sixth-largest OTT market in the world by the year 2024. Earlier Over the Top (OTT) platforms were under the shadow of movie theatres and cineplexes, with only a few films being exclusively released on these OTT platforms. Most films were only made for the movie theatres and later released... Continue Reading →

Sports law in India

Sport has a special place among human beings where the majority of us, as children, have played some sports in school or in college. The advantages of sports are their own health, because the body remains mentally and physically fit. Sports law is a combination of laws which apply to and consequently sports played by... Continue Reading →

Difficulties faced by the LGBT community

“There is nothing wrong with you. There’s a lot wrong with the world you live in” -Chris Colfer The LGBT community are the people belonging to sexual minorities, lesbians, gays, bisexual and transgender whose sexual desires are different from that of the heterosexual people and they are standing up for their rights and equal citizenship... Continue Reading →

Is uniform civil code needed?

Uniform Civil Code has been a very controversial topic in India concerning its diverse implications and concerning secularism. Article 44 of the Constitution of India states that “State shall endeavour to provide for its citizens a Uniform Civil Code (UCC) throughout the territory of India.”[1] The main objective is to bring uniformity in matters such... Continue Reading →

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