Author: Rishabh

Mercy Petition- A Last Hope

Mercy Petition Author :- Prity Kumari, Central University of South Bihar, Gaya Introduction Mercy Petition is a way through which the innocent person tries to get justice if he is being punished due to the miscarriage of justice or in cases of doubtful conviction. It may be absolute or conditional. It is absolute in the

CHILD MOLESTATION

CHILD MOLESTATION Author :- Syeda Khizra Rizvi, Indian Institute of Legal Studies, Siliguri, West Bengal. Introduction Child molestation as per the definition given by UNICEF, violence can be physical and mental abuse and injury, neglect or negligent treatment, exploitation and sexual abuse. Violence can ake place in homes, schools, orphanages, residential care facilities, on the

CAGE THE ANIMAL ABUSERS

CAGE THE ANIMAL ABUSERS Author :- Prapti Derasari Introduction- God has made this universe so wonderful. It includes humans, animals, plants, sun, mountains, rivers, etc. from all his uniqueness, the most three important, wonderful and magic things is plants, animals, and human beings. The only difference between them, is human beings can express their words

REGULATION OF CYBER SPACE IN UNITED KINGDOM

REGULATION OF CYBER SPACE IN UNITED KINGDOM Author : Satakshi Introduction– The term “Cyber Space” refers to a technological environment in which communication occurs with the help of computers and technology. This space forms a global network which initiates online communication worldwide. In today’s era, cyber communication and environment have become an integral part of

Separation of power between the UGC and the Bombay HC.

The University Grants Commission filed an affidavit for replying to the plea which challenges its issue that has directives for mandate examinations for the final year students till September 2020. The UGC has told the High Court of Bombay that Maharashtra Government’s Resolution to allow Universities and Colleges to graduate its final year students without

Trademark Assignment

Trademark Assignment Author : Keerti Singh Introduction: When we talk about the business world, ‘trade’ is the rear-view mirror of it, which is always clearer than the windshield. As beings, though we are possessive about our belongings but for survival we rely on trade of items, right from the start of ‘barter system’ till present.

Trademark Objection

Trademark Objection Author :- Keerti Singh Introduction: Mistakes are bound to be faced, but not because we are incapable of doing something but because we have the audacity to learn more, but each mistake parts us by showering consequences. When a mistake is made in an application for ‘Trademark’, or something does not adds up