Equality before law or Equal protection of law

Equality is one of the most important thing in this 21st century as earlier in past there is no equality like equality in between the Gender where man are always superior to women. Equality among the colors or racism the people who  are having bright or fair color are suppress the dark color people and... Continue Reading →


 Negligence is a breach of the obligation for negligence, this is what a rational person will do under the guidance of considerations that normally regulate human affairs, or will do things that a cautious and rational person would not do. The negligence which is actionable that consists the neglect of the use of ordinary care... Continue Reading →

Assault and Battery

Assault and Battery both are crime and unlawful activities which is done by the person these are the intentional torts but they are not similar. Assault is harming someone without touching it only includes the threats against the other person while in the case of battery intentionally touching the person without the person ‘s consent... Continue Reading →

Cyber Stalking

The definition of cyber stalking or cyber bullying is very simple it says that using the Internet or other electronic means to harass and intimidate certain victims. Common features include (but are not limited to) the classic "tracking" behavior tracking someone's location and monitoring their online and real-world activities. As we all know, cyber stalkers... Continue Reading →

Right to Vote

Voting is considered as one of the basic rights of the citizens in India as according to the Indian Constitution all the Indian citizens who have been registered as voters and have reached the age of 18 years are eligible to vote. These people can vote in elections for national, state, regional, and local government... Continue Reading →

Motor Vehicle Act, 2019

The Motor Vehicles (Amendment) Act of 2019 was introduced in the House of Commons in July 2019 to amend the Motor Vehicles Act of 1988 and introduce new road safety traffic rules. In addition to more severe penalties for traffic violations, the law also established new rules related to permits and permits and vehicle health... Continue Reading →

Data Protection Bill, 2019

The Data Protection Bill 2019 has been presented to Parliament. The bill has been submitted to the Joint Parliamentary Committee for detailed review, and a report is expected to be presented before the 2020 budget meeting. The purpose of this bill is to protect people's personal data and to create a framework for the processing... Continue Reading →

Right to Privacy

Privacy is a basic human right recognized by the United Nations Declaration of Human Rights, the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights, and many other international and regional treaties. Privacy protects human dignity and other key values, such as freedom of association and freedom of speech. It has become one of the most important... Continue Reading →

Why Dowry should be banned?

Dowry is one of the most important topic it basically means giving any property, money or valuable things or agreed to be giving by the one party to a marriage to the other party to the marriage or the parents agreed to giving there child some valuable or important things to there children‘s marriage to... Continue Reading →

Triple Talaq Bill, 2019

Triple Talaq is a divorce proceeding under Islamic law (Islamic law). The husband can divorce his wife by uttering three sounds of "Talaq". This is also called oral talaq. There are three types of divorce under Islamic law, namely Ahsan, Hasan and Talaqe Biddat (triple talaq).  The first two can be revoked and the last... Continue Reading →

Malicious Prosecution

Malicious Prosecution is defined as the proceedings of judicial which are institutes by one person against the other person from any of the wrong or improper motive for any probable cause which sustains it. Malicious prosecution is a remedy for any baseless malicious claims. It is not limited to criminal prosecutions, but can also target... Continue Reading →

Emergency Powers under Indian Constitution

India’s government system is essentially a quasi-judicial system, similar to the federal government, with power distributed between the central and state, and it resembles a single form because it reserves power to the coalition in emergency situations. Here, the state government ceded the right to maintain security and pursue public welfare to the central government.... Continue Reading →

Fundamental Duties

    In 1975, the Indochina War took place for nearly two years. Due to food shortages, economic problems, poverty, GDP decline and many other problems, Prime Minister Indira Gandhi declared a state of emergency during the state of emergency. All the rights of citizens have been violated. So India was facing a lot of problems... Continue Reading →

Cyber terrorism

Cyber terrorism is the use of the Internet to carry out violent acts that cause or threaten to cause loss of life or major bodily harm in order to obtain political or ideological benefits through threats or intimidation. When terrorist activities include deliberate and large-scale destruction of computer networks, especially through computer viruses, computer worms,... Continue Reading →

Secularism and Religious Freedom

The limits of "religious" and "secular" life are disputed in many areas of the world. The controversy of marriage, death and controversy of same sex, and the degree of freedom of expression, as well as secondary collisions at the end of the twentieth century, are very functional in the national political agenda. The support of... Continue Reading →

Right to die with dignity or Euthanasia.

In the year 2018 on March 9 by the Supreme Court the right to die with dignity is considered as the Fundamental right of the constitution and allows the passive euthanasia in the country. Euthanasia is defined as the painless killing of patients who are suffering from any disease which is not curable or the... Continue Reading →

Scrapping of Article 370

The Jammu and Kashmir was called as the princely state as it did not comes under any of the country but at the year 1947 during the Indian independence it joined the India and some part were goes towards the pakistan.This is the reason that there is always a war like situations comes in between... Continue Reading →

Child Pornography

Child pornography refers to any type of visual representation depicting explicit sexual behavior that involves persons under the age of 18. It may occur in the direct involvement or sexual assault of children (also known as child sexual abuse images, or simulated child pornography). Child abuse occurs during sexual acts or obscene displays of genitals... Continue Reading →

Acid attack

An acid attack is a violent attack that involves throwing acid at any other person with the intent to destroy torture or kill. It is a form of violent attack that involves the throwing of acid or similar corrosive substances on the body of another person. The perpetrators of these attacks hurled corrosive liquids at... Continue Reading →

False Imprisonment

False imprisonment can be defined as the act of the defendant causing the plaintiff’s unlawful imprisonment. Some factors that constitute illegal imprisonment, such as the possible reasons for imprisonment, the plaintiff’s knowledge of imprisonment, the defendant’s intention to imprison and the imprisonment period, that is to say, it includes a period of time, no matter... Continue Reading →

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