ANALYSIS OF CHILD RIGHT, POVERTY AND PROTECTION: AN INDIAN PERSPECTIVE

Author: Priyanshu Kumar [CHRIST (Deemed to be University) Delhi NCR Campus)] ABSTRACT Child Labour is a menace that has plagued the Indian society for long. According to the report of International Labour Organisation (ILO), around 12.9 million children in India are engaged in labour and are employed in Hazardous industries. Despite of having many legislations

CAN THE NON COMPOUNDABLE NATURE OF PENAL OFFENCES BE CONVERTED INTO COMPOUNDABLITY ? (‘A multi-dimensional analysis of compensatory jurisprudence of India, through a case study’)

Author: Anirudh Tyagi (Sharda School of Law, Sharda University) Democratic Republic of India is the state nation, the penal jurisprudence of which is based on the principle of ‘No person shall be declared guilty unless the evidences adduced against (him) the accused, are proved beyond reasonable doubt by the prosecution. Hence every attempt, action in

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Internship Opportunity at Office of the Chief Justice of India Dr. Justice D.Y. Chandrachud: Apply by Dec 8

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IS THE PRIVATIZATION OF PRISONS A SOLUTION TO THE FAILURE OF THE PRISON SYSTEM IN INDIA?

Author(s) – 1. Gayatri Singh (UPES Dehradun) 2. Hardik Manoj Manwani (UPES Dehradun) 3. Avantika Verma (UPES Dehradun) ABSTRACT   One of the most crucial components of the criminal justice system in our nation is prison. The term “correctional facility” also applies to prisons, where the individual who has been charged or found guilty is detained

1st Legislation Drafting Competition by GNLU Centre for Research in Criminal Justice Science: Submit by Nov 30

Gujarat National Law University (GNLU), Gandhinagar is one of the premier national law universities of India, accredited with an ‘A’ grade by NAAC. The University is established under the Gujarat National Law University Act, a statutory legislation passed by the Government of Gujarat in the year 2003. About The Competition The competition provides a remarkable

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Winter Internship Programme 2022 by National Human Rights Commission [Stipend Rs 12k, 65 seats]: Apply by Nov 27

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ARE ELECTORAL FREEBIES – POLITICALLY,LEGALLY AND ECONOMICALLY APPROPRIATE?

Author: Kruti Brahmbhatt (Gujrat Law Society, Ahmedabad) What are electoral freebies? These are the promises made by the politicians to give free services or commodities in exchange of the votes in order to bring them in power. Generally free electricity, free water, allowances to the unemployed, free gadgets and free scooters are some examples of