CASE 1- DP CHOUDHRY VS MANJULATHA A publication was made in the local newspaper, Dainik Navjyothi that the plaintiff a 17 year old college girl ran away with a boy after she went out of the house by saying she was having lectures. This false news item had adverse effects on her and ruined her... Continue Reading →

Types of Defamation

This is law which defines what basically defamation means and the exceptions related to it. There are basically 3 forms of defamation. These are as follows- Libel Defamation- It is printing statement about something which is not true in written words or pictures. False and malicious statements made in writing, printed on signs or published... Continue Reading →

Exceptions related to Defamation

EXCEPTIONS RELATED TO DEFAMATION First Exception- It is not defamation to impute anything which is true concerning any person, if it be for the public good that the imputation should be made or published. Whether or not it is for the public good is a question of fact. Second Exception- It is not defamation to... Continue Reading →

Facts related to Defamation in India

Defamation in India has become a quite common issue due to the evil minded people in the society and who are basically jealous of the success of the other people in the society and hence they go at any level to defame that person in the best possible manner. It is not a greatest sin... Continue Reading →

Defamation in India

ABSTRACT- This article basically talks about the defamation in India, what does defamation mean, what are laws and famous case laws related to it, how it is related to various fields such as legal field, political field, technical field etc. We are seeing in the recent times that the cases related to defamation in India... Continue Reading →


INTRODUCTION- The Indian Agriculture Acts or the Farm Bills 2020 which has become one of the most controversial yet debatable topic of the country and nowadays most of the headlines of the news, magazines, articles, newspapers, journals have their first page printed in their  headlines with bold letters- “THE CONTROVERSIAL FARM BILLS OF INDIA” has... Continue Reading →

Judicial Activism

Judicial Activism means the Rulings of the Court based on political and personal rational and prudence of the Judges presiding over the issue. It is a legal term referring to Court Rulings based, in part or in full on the political or personal factors of the Judge, rather than current or existing legislation. According to... Continue Reading →

Current Problems in Indian Judiciary System – Part 2

These greedy and parasitic lawyers would only bribe them and they are not at all concerned with the welfare of the people or the delivery of justice to them. Hence these poor people don’t visit the courts for justice. Other problems that are faced by the Indian Judicial System is the pendency of the cases... Continue Reading →

Current Problems in Indian Judiciary System – Part 1

INTRODUCTION- Indian Judicial System has a very glorious history. The Indian Judiciary has evolved overtime since ancient times till the modern period India has a recorded legal history starting from the Vedic Ages. It is believed that ancient India had some sort of legal system in place even during the Bronze Age and the Indus... Continue Reading →

Seperation of Powers 2

        ESSENTIALS FEATURES OF THE THEORY OF SEPARATION OF POWERS- a)    It aims at achieving individual liberty b)    It is a safeguard against despotism ( a country or political system where the ruler hold absolute power) c)     Its basic principle that concentration of powers leads to dictatorship is true d)    The separation of powers saves... Continue Reading →

Seperation of Powers – 1

The Term “Separation of Powers” was coined by the French Political Philosopher, Baron Bay Montesquieu in his book “The Spirit of Laws” in the year 1748. According to Monstesquieu “When the legislature and Executive Powers are United in the same person or in the same body of people, there can be no liberty, there is... Continue Reading →

Rule of Law

According to Massey, Rule of Law is a dynamic concept and does not have a distinct definition. Rule of Law is said to be a bunch of Rules which are based on the principles of Freedom, Equality, Non-Discrimination, Fraternity, Accountability and Non- Arbitrariness. In the Indian Constitution, Rule of Law has been adopted under the... Continue Reading →

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