CONVERSION IS NOT A JOKE:- SARLA MUDGAL CASE

Marriage is defined as "the civil status of one man and one woman united in law for life, for the discharge to each other and the community of the duties legally incumbent on those whose association is founded on the distinction of sex”. That's why monogamy is legalised all over the country. But some people... Continue Reading →

Live in Relationships in India

LIVE-IN RELATIONSHIPS LAW IN INDIA Marriage is a civil and social institution, the importance of which is becoming highly uncertain in many young and urban minds. Couples now tend to test their partnership and intimacy before knotting. While in some cases the financial pressure of marriage is too hard to bear; in others, partners are... Continue Reading →

IMPLICATIONS OF INDEPENDENCE OF JUDICIARY

INDEPENDENCE OF JUDICIARY: COMPARITIVE ANALYSIS (Part-1) JUDICIAL REVIEW  In many countries with written constitution, there prevails the doctrine of Judicial Review. It means that constitution is the Supreme law of the land and any law in consistent with it is void the courts perform the side of expounding the provisions of the constitution and exercise... Continue Reading →

KIDNAPPING AND ABDUCTION

This article will define the provisions and differences between kidnapping and abduction. KIDNAPPING:-   There are two kinds of kidnapping :- Kidnapping from India and Kidnapping from lawful guardianship. Kidnapping from India: Section 360 of the IPC states that whoever conveys any person beyond the limits of India without the consent of that person, or of... Continue Reading →

Divorce under Hindu Law

This article will provide the provisions and case laws for the Divorce under Hindu Law. Marriage is one of the oldest institutions of Hindus. It is considered one of the ten Sanskaras for them. It is the only Sanskara which has not been prohibited for any irrespective of caste and sex and has been provided... Continue Reading →

Criminal Force and Assault

This article will define Force, Criminal Force and Assault. Sec 349 of IPC defines force. It does not constitute an offence but it merely explains the word force. It states that a person is said to use force to another if he causes motion, change of motion, or cessation of motion to that other. Also... Continue Reading →

Independence of Judiciary: Comparative Analysis

INDEPENDENCE OF JUDICIARY: COMPARITIVE ANALYSIS (Part-1) Our country India is a democratic country, means that the government has to be` by the people, for the people and of the people`. It guarantees to its citizens various rights through its Constitution and the supremacy of the constitution can be maintained only through an impartial and independent... Continue Reading →

Hurt and Grevious Hurt

Sec 319 of IPC defines hurt as ‘whoever causes bodily pain, disease or infirmity to any person is said to cause hurt. The expression ‘bodily pain’ means that the pain must be physical. It is not necessary that any visible injury should be caused on the body of victim. ‘Causing disease’ means communicating disease to... Continue Reading →

Outraging the modesty of a woman

Sec 354 of IPC states that whoever assaults or uses criminal force to any woman, intending to outrage or knowing it to be likely that he will there by outrage her modesty, shall be punished with imprisonment of either description for a term which shall not be less than one year but which may extend... Continue Reading →

FEMALE GENITAL MUTILATION- INDIA’S DARK SIDE – part 2

There is no explicit clause or legislation criminalising genital mutilation, tarnishing the bodily integrity and rights over reproductive organs of a female, which have been enumerated time and again in leading judgements. This egregious infarction, perhaps unintentional on the judiciary’s part, very evidently goes against constitutional principles under the Golden Triangle, thereby ignoring the existence... Continue Reading →

FEMALE GENITAL MUTILATION- INDIA’S DARK SIDE – part 1

The outer body is but a vessel for the soul, a divine gift that is owned by none other than the one carrying it. If one speaks in terms of the law, safe and sound ownership of one’s own body, bodily integrity and its utmost privacy are protected collectively under the Golden Triangle of our... Continue Reading →

MORE PAINFUL- MENTAL CRUELTY OR PHYSICAL CRUELTY

Matrimonial issues are issues of delicate human and emotional involvement. It demands mutual trust, regard, respect, love and affection with sufficient play for reasonable adjustments with the spouse. The partnership needs to adhere to the social norms as well. Matrimonial activity has now come to be regulated by a law framed in the light of... Continue Reading →

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