Marital Rape: Showing the Deep Rooted Patriarchy

Marital Rape

After 72 years of independence of India, India is a country where we don’t have Uniform Civil Code, gender parity, and women in our society are still suffering from domestic violence such as brides being sold, child marriages, female foeticide, etc. Under section 375 of IPC that defines RAPE in which it includes non-consensual intercourse …

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Women Empowerment

Empowerment is the degree of self-determination in individuals and in communities. It allows them to represent their interests in an exceedingly accountable and self-determined method, functioning on their own authority. It is a method of becoming more powerful and self-assured, especially when it comes to controlling one’s life and asserting one’s rights. Authorization as action …

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Qualifications for Political Aspirants in India

India is currently experiencing a significant downfall in terms of the economy, growth, and development of the country. It is well-established that the people in a political power engage in an enormous part in this issue. The integrity of India’s politicians has dwindled drastically. The heightening multitude of politicians with insufficient knowledge and potential to …

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Unimodal and Multimodal Transportation of Goods

Unimodal and Multimodal Transportation of Goods

While planning a shipment of goods, there are multiple approaches and modes of transportation to choose from. The ideal route can be determined through overall costs, transportation time, efforts of logistics, and effects on the environment. Furthermore, for the same road, a single mode of transport or a combination of modes of transport may be …

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State Of Bombay V. The Hospital Mazdoor Sabha: Case Analysis

Conflicts between the management of any industry and the workers unions have been taking place for a very long time now. To combat such disputes, the Industrial Disputes Act, 1947, was enacted. Through implementation of this Act, several tribunals were set up to resolve issues such as wages, improper termination, etc. This was a special …

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Censorship and the Freedom of Speech and Expression

Benjamin Franklin said, “Freedom of speech is the principle pillar of a free government. When this support is taken away, the constitution of a free society is dissolved and tyranny is erected on its ruins. Republics and limited monarchies derive their strength and vigor from a popular examination into the action of the magistrates”. The …

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The Tribunals Reforms Ordinance, 2021

The article reflects the relationship between the Indian judiciary system and the requirement for tribunals. The power of ordinance promulgation is the power of the President under Article 123(1) of the Indian Constitution. Tribunals have always remained a topic of discussion and scrutiny. The article reads about the need and features of the ordinance. Like …

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Doctrine of Basic Structure

The term Doctrine signifies a particular set of beliefs, principles or position – usually upheld by authorities like courts. The doctrines are the beliefs of courts and therefore it is not necessary to find mention of such doctrines in the legislative documents. Similarly, the Doctrine of Basic Structure has nowhere been defined nor explained in …

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