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…

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…

Artificial Intelligence – 2

Man-made brainpower  Crafted by legal advisors is logically programmed. Legal counsellors sort out themselves, and they are adding new manners by which, wishing on profound data sets for investigation and information innovation for their administrations. Nonetheless, on the far side this fairly essential clinical guide, that most callings have old in a technique or another,…

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…

MARRIAGE UNDER THE SPECIAL MARRIAGE ACT, 1954

Indian society is developing day-by-day and one of the important development which happen is inter caste marriage. In India, society was against the inter caste marriage. People only want their children to marriage within their caste or someone from above caste but not with someone who is below them in status or in caste. But…

Adoption under the Hindu Law – 4

Conditions for adoption by Hindu couples or single parent At the point when a Hindu male or a Female needs to embrace a child, they ought not have a child living whether authentic or ill-conceived, at the hour of adoption. At the point when a male or a Female Hindu need to adoption a girl,…

Corruption 5

Can Corruption Be Conceptualized as a Human Rights Violation?       Corruption is anything but a specialized term; it is commonly not thought about a criminal offense in criminal codes the world over, and it additionally doesn’t have a lawful definition in worldwide settlements. The most well-known definition is the one by the non-legislative association (NGO)…

Inspirational Women – Ila Arun

Ila Arun is a Folk and Pop Singer, who has also acted in several Indian Television Serials and Movies. She has sung numerous film songs in Hindi and quite a few South Indian languages such as Tamil and Telugu. Her most famous film song to date has been “Choli Ke Peeche” sung along with Alka Yagnik for the…

Are Celebrities treated unfairly by the media – 2

These days, the media has more prominent and more noteworthy effects on individuals, particularly the individuals who are in the spotlight. It is a contention if the media is treating VIPs unreasonably. Weighing up the upsides and downsides, numerous individuals accept that the media the two points of interest and inconveniences the renowned. From one…

How to stop Brain Drain in Developing Countries – 5

Foundation:- Cerebrum Drain implies getting comfortable unfamiliar nation. It tends to be essentially characterized as the mass resettlement of actually talented individuals starting with one nation then onto the next nation. Mind Drain is happening a result of absence of chances or absence of offices for down to earth schooling in advanced education in their…

How to stop Brain Drain in Developing Countries – 3

Changing Over Brain Drain Into Wisdom Gain Non-industrial nations, particularly South Asia, are presently the principle wellspring of medical services movement to created nations. This pattern has prompted worries that the outpouring of medical services experts is unfavourably influencing the medical care framework in non-industrial nations and, thus, the strength of the populace. Subsequently, chiefs…

How to stop Brain Drain in Developing Countries – 2

As a rule, the nation isn’t just losing its interest in the schooling of wellbeing experts, yet additionally the commitment of these labourers to medical care. For instance, medical services consumption in India is 3% of GDP contrasted with 13% of GDP in the USA and the proportion of specialist to patients in India is…