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Mob Lynching : A Threat to Rule of Law

The Constitution of India is founded upon the basic principle of Rule of Law which in itself includes Supremacy of Law. In addition to this, the Preamble to the Constitution portrays the idea where Ju....

Author: Madhumitha S and Hari Bharadwaj M   |  Subject: Civil |  (Articles by Students)

Affirmative Action and People with Disabilities: Echo of the Unheard

Affirmative action is a set of positive rules that is implemented in order to promote equality and equal opportunity among the equals and to eliminate discrimination1. Talking of India, there is a spe....

Author: Abhinav Bishnoi   |  Subject: Miscellaneous |  (Articles by Students)

Is Pre-pack Paradigm the Future of Indian Insolvency Laws?

Pre-pack is the restructuring plan, where the distressed company (the debtor) and the creditor “conclude an agreement in advance before the debtor formally enters into the insolvency process.”2 The pr....

Author: Arihant Jain and Devansh Jain   |  Subject: Insolvency |  (Articles by Students)

Jurisprudential Aspect: Comparative analysis between Sweat of the Brow and Modicum of Creativity

Copyright is the legal right exclusively given to the original creator of the work or creation. The creator gets the rights for a limited period of time. The creator has the right whether he wants to ....

Author: Arihant Jain   |  Subject: Jurisprudence |  (Articles by Students)

Fair Trial trumps Fair Trial: Analysis of Delhi HC’s ruling on admissibility of evidence obtained in breach of one’s privacy

On 30 June 2020, the Delhi High Court (“HC”) reached a peculiar conclusion in the case of Deepti Kapur v. Kunal Jukla.1 The Court held that evidence collected cannot be deemed to be inadmissible, sole....

Author: Ritwik Prakash Srivastava   |  Subject: Evidence Law |  (Articles by Students)

Anatomy of Force Majeure and Doctrine of Frustration: Contractual Performance after the Global Outbreak of Covid-19

Outbreak of this unprecedented virus, Corona virus has a profound effect on the business, as it is increasing rapidly day by day with more uncertainty and difficulty for enterprises and businesses to ....

Author: Amberyna Shilpkar and Yashi Goel   |  Subject: Contract |  (Articles by Students)

Case Analysis of Branch Manager, Indigo Airlines V. Kalpana Rani Debbarma and Others MANU/SC/0095/2020, 2020 SCC ONLINE SC 90

The respondents had booked air tickets to travel from Kolkata to Agartala on one Sunday in 2017 where the flight operated by the Indigo Airlines, departing at 08:45 a.m. According to the respondents, ....

Author: Kadimisetty Sai Sreenadh and Baswa Praveen   |  Subject: Civil |  (Articles by Students)

Structure and Role of Indian Government in Environment Protection: An Overview

According to the Preto Optimality, which is a popular economic notion says that a successful economic state is that in which there is no possibility left to make improvement even for singleperson with....

Author: Abhinav Bishnoi   |  Subject: Environment |  (Articles by Students)

Law Of sedition: A Critical Analysis

Post 1857, after the first revolt of Independence, the drafting of the Indian Penal Code underwent a....

Author: Samar Pratap Singh Rathore   |  Subject: Criminal |  (Articles by Students)

The Revamped Constitution of India

Constitution of India is the façade of Indian democracy. Constitution of India is so long due to its diversity in all aspects. Constitution of India is also called as “Bag of Borrowings” because it wa....

Author: Maruthi Sankar   |  Subject: Constitution |  (Articles by Students)
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