Written by Manika Gandhi Nature has no compassion. Nature accepts no excuses and the only punishment it knows is Death.” – Eric Hoffer India is a land of rich diversity. By almighty’s grace, the country has been inherited with plenty of natural resources and animal varieties. Along with these lines, the country is also rich in culture, religion, knowledge and human values. If […]
Written by Gururaj D. Devarhubli “Man is a gaming animal. He must always be trying to get the better of something or other.” -Charles Lamb 1. Introduction Since ancient times, games, along with cinematograph films, have been a great source of entertainment. People of all age groups, be it a denarian or a nonagenarian all love games. The trend of […]
Written by Surabhi Mathur Introduction: By the very nature of Fundamental Rights in Indian Constitution, we can observe that they try to create an invisible force on the citizens (non-citizens in some cases) restricting them to ‘what not to do’. It is evident and much argued that as they are commonly addressed as ‘negative rights’, it forces people to act […]
A Special Purpose Acquisition Company or SPAC is also known as a ‘blank cheque’ company, which are basically shell companies (without any commercial purpose), constituted ‘specially’ for acquiring a ‘target’ company, with the intention of the ‘target’ going public. Traditional IPOs have often been expressed as tediously time-consuming and expensive processes, and the alternative SPAC route provides relief for companies to avoid the incessant stress involved. The founders, also known as the ‘sponsors’ along with the management team of the SPAC are responsible for raising capital before they identify and pursue the acquisition of a target. The capital raised is usually deposited and held in a trust until the whole process is completed, similar to the functioning of an escrow account.
Domestic violence can be said to be the power possessed by one which is used to subjugate the other, within the confinement of the domestic relationship. Within the PWDVA, any woman who has been subjected to any such cruelty, by the husband or his relative, may file a case under the PWDVA. Not just the woman, even the child with the woman, can be made a co-applicant if they are also subjected to some form of cruelty.
Written By – Rajat Shandilya The provisions related to the admissibility of expert evidence in court are dealt under section 45 to 51 of the Indian Evidence Act 1872. In order to understand the admissibility of expert evidence in court we first need to understand who actually an expert is? The same question was answered in the case of Bal […]
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 […]
Written By Tushmi Udyalak Introduction In a recent Judgment of Satyaprakash Meena v. Alka Meena, by the Delhi High Court, Justice Pratibha M. Singh commented on the need for a Uniform Civil Code (“UCC”). She opined that there is an ever-prevailing need to institute and draft a Code which is common to all, and a harbinger of uniform principles being […]
Written By – Aabir Shoaib “At the same time judges should not be swayed by the emotional pitch of public opinion either, which is getting amplified through social media platforms. Judges have to be mindful of the fact that the noise thus amplified is not necessarily reflective of what is right and what the majority believes in. The new media […]