Freedom of Expression during the Pandemic – 1

Introduction The article is based on the report, arranged by the examination staff of the Law Library of Congress, overviews lawful acts directing broad communications and their capacity to circulate data uninhibitedly during the Covid-19 pandemic. The report centers on as of late acquainted revisions with public enactment pointed at building up various control measures…

Ethics during Medival Period 1

The medieval period contains a remarkably rich assortment of ways to deal with morals. Morals is an investigation of good issues in the fields of individual and aggregate collaboration. The term is additionally at times utilized all the more by and large to depict issues in expressions and sciences, strict convictions and social needs. The…

Parakram Divas – Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose

Recently, the Union Ministry of Culture, announced that January 23rd, would be celebrated as Parakram Divas. on the occassion of the birth anniversary of Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose. Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose, was born on January 23, 1897. On the occassion of his 125th Birth Anniversary, the Government of India has announced to celebrate January…

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…

Should same sex marriage be legalised in India – 3

The impugned provisions of the Special Marriage Act of 1954 are based on irrational and discriminatory stereotype gender roles assigned by the society to man and woman and thus cannot pass the test of non-discrimination imposed by Article 15(1) of the Const. Justice Chandrachud, in his concurrent opinion in Navtej Singh Judgement, had opined that:…

Alcoholism

Alcoholism Unlawful drugs use has notable unfavourable impacts; however the lawful drugs tobacco and liquor have far more noteworthy effect on human wellbeing around the world. By a standard proportion of dreariness, tobacco is at 4.1%, liquor 4.0% (6.6% for guys, 3.1% for females); all illegal drugs consolidated add just 0.8% to worldwide infection trouble….

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…

Should same sex marriage be legalised in India 2

In the Naz Foundation v. Government of NCT of Delhi and others, It is argued that the Delhi High Court in Naz Foundation (supra) has  referred  to  and  analysed  the  concept  of  const.al  morality and ultimately struck down § 377 IPC clearly stating that carnal intercourse  between  homosexuals  and  heterosexuals  with  consent cannot be an…

Indications of Drug Addiction

Indications of Addiction You may have at least one of these notice signs: An inclination to utilize the drugs consistently, or quite often. You consume a greater number of drugs than you need to, and for more than you suspected you would. You generally have the drugs with you, and you get it regardless of…

Should same sex marriage be legalised in India – 1

LGBTIQ [Lesbian,  Gay,  Bisexual,  Transgenders,  Intersex  and  Queer]  form  a sexual  minority  group.  From a state of absolute non-existence of rights, the LGBTIQ had waged many social wars till date for their independence and for respect as decent people or living beings. The social justice campaigns that centred on LGBTIQ rights over the years gained…

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…