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An Analysis into Fantasy Sport

Written By Siddharth Addy 1. Background: –  Gone are the days when the young crowd use to wait for weekends to play cricket, football and so on. Everyone used to gather around in fields for a fun outdoor activity. However, since the advancement of technology we see there has been a sharp decline in outdoor gaming and now it has […]

CAN A MARRIED WOMAN BE RAPED?

Written by – Tanvi Mishra In India, we have seen a lot of rage amongst the citizens in rape cases like the Nirbhaya case in Delhi, Dr. Priyanka Reddy’s rape case in Hyderabad and the list goes on and on. We all will agree that the rage here is justified. But, we are also aware of the fact that atleast […]

Negotiation as dispute resolution mechanism in international law with reference to pertinent refugee crisis

Written By – Dr. Kajori Bhatnagar “The most important trip you can take in life is meeting people half way”.  Henry Boyle With is notion we can further highlight the concept of negotiation as method of dispute resolution internationally. 1.1 Concept of negotiation Negotiation describes any communication process between individuals that is intended to reach a compromise or agreement to […]

POWERING MSMES: RIGHTS, REMEDIES AND SPECIAL BENEFITS

Written by – Gunjan Chhabra[1] , Partner, Adwitya Legal LLP Introduction The Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises(MSMEs) are an important sector in India. MSMEs contribute to approximately 8% of India’s GDP, employs over 60 million people, has an enormous share of 40% in the exports market and 45% in the manufacturing sector. Earlier, there was a complete lack of structured and […]

Nirbhaya Case questioned inefficacy of Juvenile Justice Act

The Nirbhaya Case(Mukesh v. State NCT of Delhi), involved the gang rape and the murder of a paramedical student in New Delhi in December 2012. One of the accused in the case was 17 years old at the time of the commission of the crime. Thus, owing to juvenile laws at that time, the teenager was not awarded severe punishment in comparison to other rapists. Other rapists were awarded death sentences.

Can we overcome prejudice by legislation?

By Yashiveer Kirti Anand; ILNU, Nirma University INTRODUCTION The 14th Amendment to the U.S Constitution was ratified in 1868, which granted citizenship and equal protection to all citizens. Similarly, Article 16 in Indian Constitution aims to give equal protection and employment opportunities to all citizens. But, still there are hurdles regarding its implementation, reason being the contradictory verdicts given by […]