White collar crimes in India

White collar crimes are nonviolent crimes performed primarily by businesses and government officials and are related to the corporate sector. White collar crimes are defined as crimes perpetrated by those who hold positions of power in a company.• It is a crime.• That is committed by an important person of the company.• Who enjoys a... Continue Reading →

A study of Women’s prisons in India

Women's Prisons are jails that exclusively house female prisoners. Women's jails may exist at the sub-divisional, district and central (zone/range) level. There were 20 Women's Jails across India with a total capacity of 5,197 and an occupancy rate of 60.1% as on 31 December 2016. As per the 2019 data released by National Crime Records... Continue Reading →

Mental cruenlty as a ground for divorce

Every matrimonial act that annoys the other spouse may not be considered cruelty. Simple irritations and quarrels between spouses that occur in everyday marital life may not be considered cruelty. Cruelty in marriage can come in a variety of forms, from subtle to severe. It can be expressed by words, gestures, or silence and it... Continue Reading →

territorial jurisdiction of Petitions filed under the hindu marriage act

The Hindu marriage Act is an Act of the Parliament of India enacted in 1955. Three other important acts were also enacted as part of the Hindu Code Bills during this time: the Hindu Succession Act (1956), the Hindu Minority and Guardianship Act (1956), the Hindu Adoptions and Maintenance Act (1956). The main purpose of... Continue Reading →

WhatsApp chats as Evidence in the Court of law

The world is changing rapidly around us. In every corner of the world, technology has laid its foundations. The admissibility of electronic evidence is the most German issue in the current scenario of our country with the ever-expanding technological ambiance. The progress of technology has caused a dramatic change in the way people are communicated.... Continue Reading →

Cyber laws and cyber crimes

Cybercrimes involve traditional activities such as robbery, fraud, forgery, defamation and misery mentioned in the Indian penal code. Cyber law is a branch of the legal system that deals with legal issues surrounding the internet by providing protection to those that use it. This part of the overall legal system covers matters such as online... Continue Reading →


Abstract :- Abortion is the deliberate termination of human pregnancy. It also means feticide. Before 1971 there was no laws about abortion of the pregnancy because of which a lot of women opted for illegal abortion which came with a massive risk of life to the mother but at 1971 Medical Termination of Pregnancy act... Continue Reading →

Basics of Intellectual property rights

Jeremy Bentham- “The law and property are born together, taken away the property there will be no laws.” Property- Property in general term means a land or a thing. If we have a property of our own then we also have some legal rights over the property.The infinite series of rights includes-• Right to possess... Continue Reading →

Sansar Chand V/s Swami Vivekanand Adarsh Vidha Mandir – Case review

Case Number    2909 OF 2002Court                 Supreme Court of IndiaDecided on        5 May 2010Judge                Hon’ble MR. JUSTICE DALVEER BHANDARI                          Hon’ble MR. JUSTICE GYAN SUDHA MISRAAppellant  ... Continue Reading →

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