Month: August 2020

JOSEPH SHINE VS. UNION OF INDIA [STRIKING DOWN OF ADULTERY LAW]

SHRUTI GUPTA (Author)Amisha Matkar (Co-Author) Volume 1 Issue 1 (2020) The writ petition is filed to challenge the constitutional validity of section 497 of IPC and section 198(2) of CrPC.2 This is often a public Interest Judicial Proceeding. Section 497 of the IPC is unconstitutional as it violates article 14 15 and 21 of the …

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COVID – 19 PANDEMIC: THE IMPERATIVE FOR STATES TO RETHINK THEIR APPROACH TO INTERNATIONAL HEALTH RIGHTS

Author- Victor Obinna Chukwuma Volume 1 Issue 1 (2020) It has become clearer, at least with the already witnessed far reaching impact of the Coronavirus pandemic, that health is a subject of both national and international concern. The high level of national and international emergency response to the pandemic is unprecedented and praiseworthy. However, it …

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MEASURES TAKEN BY THE CENTRAL GOVERNMENT FOR PREVENTING AND COMBATING ABUSE OF AND ILLICIT TRAFFIC IN NARCOTICS DRUGS

Author- PRANAY GOLCHHA Volume 1 Issue 1 (2020) This paper talks about the harsh use of substances and drugs by the public, which causes a nuisance, and the rate of crime is also going to increase day by day. The paper also talks about the Legal effect and Judicial activism between sections 49 and 50 …

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APPLICATION OF FORCE MAJEURE TO THE LAW OF LIMITATION

Author- DIVYA RAGHURAJ TIWARI Volume 1 Issue 1 (2020) The Force Majeure and Hardship provide a legal instrument to deal with the effect of unexpected future events and unforeseen changes in circumstances, particularly when the contracts are long-termed. Looking at the current and unprecedented dimensions, it seems that the post-pandemic period would get burdened with …

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CONSTITUTIONAL VALIDITY AND REASONS BEHIND PROHIBITION OF WOMEN IN SABARIMALA

Author- Barathkumar K M Volume 1 Issue 1 (2020) On 28th September 2018, the Supreme Court lifted the restriction on women to enter into the Sabarimala Temple and open the doors of the Sabarimala Temple to women of all age groups. The judgment by the Supreme Court led the people to lift their eyebrows and …

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