CASE LAW: RAMESH PAPPI VS ISHWAR DEVI FACTUAL BACKGROUND: A 76-year-old widow filed a case who was left by her husband, with one house and one shop in order to ensure her welfare. Afterwards, his son started beating her and took the house as well as the shop in his name by means of fraud
This article is written by Aditi Bhushan from KIIT School of Law. Introduction In a PIL against Truecaller International, the Bombay High Court issued notifications to the Union and Maharashtra governments, among others. The PIL submitted by one Shashank Posture, petitioner in person, was heard by a bench consisting of Chief Justice Dipankar Datta and
This article is written by Vaasu Agrawal. Introduction Tribes are the integral part of our eclectic Indian Society, surviving mainly in Eastern and North Eastern states like Andhra Pradesh, Arunachal Pradesh, Assam and in central and southern plains. These are minority groups which are often suppressed or overlooked by the state and they continue to
Written by Akash Datta, Vivekananda Institute of Professional Studies. Introduction The concept of legal literacy and knowledge is founded on the premise that everyone should be informed of their rights and responsibilities. The legal maxim ignorantia juris non-excusat, or ‘ignorance of the law is no excuse,’ means that the Court assumes that all parties are
This article is written by Karpagam from VIT Chennai. Introduction: Kiren Rijiju was born on November 19, 1971. Rijiju graduated from Hansraj College, University of Delhi and holds a law degree from the Campus Law Center, Faculty of Law, University of Delhi. From time to time, he writes articles on security and social and economic.
This article is written by Deepali Gupta from Amity Law School, Noida INTRODUCTION Electricity has become so ingrained in modern life that it is difficult to fathom life without it. However, with the benefits and convenience of power comes risks. Electricity is a ubiquitous energy agent to which many employees in many jobs and sectors
This Article is written by R. Jeeva Dharshini from VIT University, Chennai. INTRODUCTION All human rights are universal, inseparable and interdependent. However, there is no clear indication that such interdependence depends more on the freedom of speech and incitement of racial or religious hatred. Blasphemy is one of the world’s most abused law when it
This article is written by Tanishka Bajaj from Vivekananda Institute of Professional Studies. ABOUT It is said that “Necessity is the mother of invention”, coronavirus has forced everyone to rethink their daily lives from work to school to entertainment. After COVID-19 hit the world, there was a drastic change in the functioning of various professions.
This article has been written by S. Karpagam Introduction: Prison overcrowding has become a constant problem in this country, high levels of human settlements can only mean bad news in the midst of the epidemic. The Supreme Court has been intervening from time to time to resolve this issue, but its latest order to regulate
This Article has been written by RASHI SHARMA from AJEENKYA D.Y PATIL UNIVERSITY , PUNE. WHAT IS THE COLLEGIUM SYSTEM? A Collegium System is a system under the Judiciary of India which deals with the arrangement, advancement, and move of the judges of the Supreme Court of India, by a discussion that comprises the