Are we serious about saving our Environment – 1

Introduction We are not genuine about sparing Wildlife/Environment. In the present ecological condition, conserving untamed life/climate is turning out to be troublesome day by day. Conserving natural life/climate faces difficulties due to mechanical upheaval at every single step. Extinction of untamed life is a characteristic marvel however the best danger to them comes from the…

Why are farmers in India Protesting against the New Law

The government’s Proposal and the fears of the Protestors. The Union government recently concluded its 10th sitting with the protesting farm unions. They have come up with the proposal to suspend the farm laws for 18 months or 1.5 years.  This article shall in brief try to speculate a justification of why such a step…

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…

The urgency to work on our Legal Language

The first sound of the child coming into the world is filled with discomfort. The first cry of the baby makes sure he is alive. At first the child does not know how to behave in the society, in the social circle and how to express himself. Gradually, he learns to express himself through the…

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…

Media, the Fourth Estate

The media is a very important institution in India that provides discursive interactions in a democratic country. Being the fourth pillar, it is a central part of democracy in India. But, due to current situation of media overreach, questions related to freedom and accountability of media has arisen. The courts have been particularly instructive in…

Role of Academic Discipline – Part 2

Academic Discipline is such an important to discuss in a vast and populous country like India because without the academic discipline no one will be able to know about his/her surrounding, about the subjects such as history, technology, biology, fine arts, commerce, business, mathematics etc which affects his day to day life and the person…

Role of Academic Discipline – 1

INTRODUCTION- The Academic Discipline plays an extremely pivotal and important role in the development of any country’s progress and improving the status of its citizens. Since the ancient times, education has played a very crucial role in the development and progress of any country and improving the socio-economic, cultural, political etc of the common citizens…

Today’s E-journalism, A mere Business

“Effective and ethical journalism is destroyed when journalists aspire to become celebrities and when celebrities aspire to be journalists.”                                                                             ― H. Melvin James Journalism collects, processes and disseminates reports and information relevant to news to an audience. The term refers both to the form used to inquire about news and to the writing type used to…

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…

Marriage under Christian Marriage Act, 1872

Every religion has their own laws for marriage and divorce. This article will provide the provisions for marriage under Christian law. Many Centuries ago, Christians came to India and settled in this country. When East India Company assumed ruling power in India and established its own courts. With the establishment of the Supreme Courts, the…

Critical Analysis of Indian Judiciary

The Indian judicial system is one of the important pillars of democracy. It has its roots since ancient times when the judicial system worked according to the kings and emperors, british rulers and now working as a sovereign and independent body. The judicial system in India has a systematic hierarchy of courts – the Supreme…