Preamble 2

Click Here to read Part 1 Key words in the Preamble We, the people of India: It indicates the ultimate sovereignty of the people of India who are also the supreme source of this preamble. Sovereignty means the independent authority of the State, not being subject to the control of any other State or external power.Sovereign: The term means... Continue Reading →

Preamble – 1

WE, THE PEOPLE OF INDIA, having solemnly resolved to constitute India into a SOVEREIGN SOCIALIST SECULAR DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC and to secure to all its citizens: JUSTICE, social, economic and political; LIBERTY of thought, expression, belief, faith and worship; EQUALITY of status and of opportunity; and to promote among them all FRATERNITY assuring the dignity of the individual and... Continue Reading →

Requirements for a Live in Relationship

Introduction India is a country, which is slowly opening its doors to western ideas and lifestyles, one of which is the concept of live in relationships. A relationship of a man with a woman in legal parlance is legitimate if it is based on proper marriage and illegitimate if not as per Marriage Laws. The... Continue Reading →

Article on laws and regulations of the Indian Media and Entertainment Industry

INTRODUCTION: Over, the last few years, the Media and Entertainment Industry (M&E) has grown and gained significance in India. The Media and Entertainment Industry has gained in internet usage by suppliers and consumers. For effective regulation, various legislations with equally varying purposes have been enacted. Legislations like Cinematograph Act,1952, The Cable Television Network Regulation Act,1995,... Continue Reading →


Terrorism is a phenomenon that has been known to mankind for more than two millennia, but over this long period of time, no-one has succeeded in defining terrorism in a manner that is universally acceptable and encompasses all essential elements. Therefore, the frequently utilised word ‘terrorism’ does not refer to a well-defined and clearly identified... Continue Reading →

Gender Neutral Rights and Laws in India

Introduction A few years ago, the #MeToo movement took the world by storm. The movement was instrumental in breaking the time old taboo of victimhood and motivating women around the world to raise voice against unwanted sexual advances. It provided a platform for victims to speak out openly about their ordeals, which in turn helped... Continue Reading →

Increasing Crime Rate in India

INTRODUCTION Crime is an inevitable part of a nation/country. Where there will be people, a living population residing then it’s obvious that the crime in some form or other will take place. People are subject to different kind of emotions and thus, different mood swings.  Each human being is brimmed with divergent characteristics making him... Continue Reading →

Rights of an Arrested Person

Introduction Our Indian constitution has given the right to each citizen of India from lower to upper castes/clan and from weaker to poorer. It also provides rights to the foreigner as wel,l though limited. But the great feature of Indian constitution is that it even provides rights to those who have been arrested or had... Continue Reading →

Position of Daughter in her father’s co-parcenary

Introduction In Recent development, Supreme Court gave a landmark judgment Vineeta Sharma v Rakesh Sharma & ors. regarding the daughter’s rights in coparcenary of her father and whether she can claim rights in coparcenary of her father irrespective of the father living or dead at the time of Hindu Succession (Amendment) Act, 2005. A three-judge... Continue Reading →

Investigation of Unnatural Death

INTRODUCTION Death can occur naturally, unnaturally or as the result of a combination of causes originating from oneself or another. While some cases consist of overt evidence that the death occurred naturally, others require an expert to determine the precise cause of death or combination of causes. A death by natural causes is a death... Continue Reading →

Offences relating to Marriage

INTRODUCTION A generally accepted definition of marriage is that of matrimony or wedlock, which is a culturally recognised social sanction of union between two people. This union helps in establishing rights and obligations between two people coming together in this union, along with their children, and the in-laws. This sacrosanct institution of marriage has been existing through... Continue Reading →

Body Shaming – a Fashion in name of Perfection

Introduction Many of us spend a significant portion of time engrossed by social media sites connecting with friends, browsing through photos or commenting on things that strike a chord with us. Often, it is harmless fun, but one of the downsides is how open it is to body shaming. Commenting on another person’s appearance is... Continue Reading →

Anticipatory Bail

Introduction After commission of an offence, accused is arrested by the police for the reason that he can be made available easily at the time of trial and can be punished. But if this can be achieved without keeping the accused in custody then personal liberty of accused is safeguarded and interest of justice is... Continue Reading →

Depression, Corona and Indian Youth

DEPRESSION: CORONA AND YOUTH Depression is a common mental health problem that involves a low mood and a loss of interest in activities. It is a mood disorder that causes a persistent felling of sadness and loss of interest and can interfere with your daily functioning. Sadness, feeling down, and having a loss of interest... Continue Reading →


Introduction  A man’s reputation is considered and treated as his property and of any harm injury is caused to it, then that becomes a civil or a criminal wrong as in case of other properties and is thus, punishable by law.  The rationale behind it is as to acquire a property, a person puts a... Continue Reading →

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