Indian Maritime Laws: Outline and Introduction

Indian Maritime Laws

India has a rich maritime history spanning several decades. India had trade relations with various countries even before the British Rule. The goods were usually traded in large ships that used to sail across various international waters. After the arrival of the British in India, the existing maritime industry in India experienced a setback. Under …

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The Golden Hour

The Golden Hour

“The clock struck 5- in the evening and rays of light entering from the window beside him. He turned to that side to put the curtain over the window, then he sat back and smiled.” It was the golden hour, they’d say. “That was just for the world outside”, he said. It’s a story of …

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Right Against Self-Incrimination In Context Of Ever-Expanding Technology

Right Against Self-Incrimination In Context Of Ever-Expanding Technology

This article discusses case law on right against self- incrimination. It also assesses the constitutional validity of the manner in which the evidence was obtained especially with respect to latest technological developments. It also examines whether the adjudication in the context of article 20 (3) is done within the framework of practicability or in the …

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The problem of Outrage Culture & Social Media Trials: Sushant Singh’s Case

Sushant Singh's Case

On June 14th, 2020 popular actor Sushant Singh Rajput passed away[1]. AIIMS reports that his cause of death was suicide[2]. Fans around the country mourned for his passing, and awareness of mental illness was on the rise, although the move itself was half baked. This newfound love for Sushant seemed a bit hypocritical. Furthermore, it …

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Protection of The Environment: Under The Indian Framework

Protection of The Environment

An environment can be defined as every living and non-living element surrounding us which includes plants, animals, fish, soil, water, etc., which has some influence over human life. The Environment Protection Act 1986 defines environment as “Environment includes water, air and land, and the inter-relationship which exists among and between water, air and land, and …

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The interplay of Adoption Laws: Darshana Gupta v. None and Another

Adoption Laws

Adoption is a legal process by which children deprived of their biological families may be integrated into new homes and be given a new family so as to ensure a better quality of life for them. The Hindu Adoptions and Maintenance Act, 1956 (HAMA) was enacted to enable Hindus to adopt but restricted other faiths …

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Role Of Public Prosecutors Vis–A–Viz Low Conviction Rate

Role Of Public Prosecutors Vis–A–Viz Low Conviction Rate

“Law without justice is a wound without a cure.”-William Scott Downey. In India, the Anglo-Saxon system based on the adversarial trial method is followed and its basic premise is that even if a thousand guilty persons escape punishment, no one innocent should be punished and every man is presumed to be innocent until he is …

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The Concept of Limited Liability Partnership

The Concept of Limited Liability Partnership

In today’s modern world, nobody prefers to entertain a hovering liability over their heads, rather each and every individual prefers to organise a smooth ongoing business with no liability and simultaneous profit extraction. The concept of Limited Liability Partnership (LLP) is based on the same lines. The concept found its origin from US[1]. As it …

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