Category: Constitution

Internship Opportunity with Delhi Commission for Protection of Child Rights (DCPCR), Delhi: Applications Open

The Delhi Commission for Protection of Child Rights (DCPCR) has been constituted under the Commission for Protection of Child Rights (CPCR) Act, 2005. It is the statutory watchdog of the Government of Delhi on matters of child rights. About the Opportunity The Commission offers internships across divisions and themes to youngsters. Interns typically support the

IMS Unison University is Organizing 7th edition of Rashtraniti (National Youth Parliament) [February 04-05, 2022 (Online)]: Registrations Open

After the massive success of its 6 editions of National Youth Parliament, we are back with bigger committees and agendas of national importance for 7th edition of IMS Unison University National Youth Parliament “राष्ट्रनीति”-2022 to be organised virtually on February, 04-05, 2022. Committee Agenda Lok Sabha Sedition: safety valve or tool to suppress dissent Stakeholders Meet


Author: Saamya Gautam (University of Lucknow) INTRODUCTION Section 2(h) of the Indian Contract Act define a contract as “An agreement enforceable by law” Section 10 of the Indian Contract Act provides:- What agreements are Contracts– All agreements are contracts if they’re made by the free consent of parties competent to contract, for a lawful consideration and

The Lucknow Law Review is looking for Editor(s) and Copy Editor(s), for the LLR Journal team.

About the Lucknow Law Review Lucknow Law Review (‘Journal’ hereinafter) is a peer-reviewed, academic law journal, promoting intersectional scholarship in the field of law. The Journal is a quarterly publication, established in April 2021. The Journal is an interactive forum for generating awareness for broad and dynamic legal and social issues, with the contribution of jurists,

Right to Information Act (RTI)

Author: Suruchi Suman Introduction The Right to Information in short RTI is an act of the Parliament of India which sets out the rules and procedures regarding citizens’ right to information. It replaced the former Freedom of Information Act, 2002. RTI means that any Indian citizen can request any information (which is supposed to be

A Detailed Study of Plea Bargaining in India

By Ruzela Da Cruz Introduction One of the biggest problems that the Indian judicial system faces is the pendency of cases. The Indian judiciary is overburdened with cases. The Covid19 pandemic and the disruptions that ensued by it further added to this problem of pendency of cases. The number of pending cases in India has

Special Guest Lecture on “Environmental Justice: A Call for Mediation” by The ICFAI University, Dehradun

Dear Students/ Academicians/ Research Scholars/ Law Professionals, Greetings from CELPED, ICFAI Law School, The ICFAI University, Dehradun! We have great pleasure in inviting you to join our upcoming International Special Guest Lecture on “Environmental Justice: A Call for Mediation”: ‘THEME: Environment & Mediation’ Date: Tuesday, 19 October 2021 Timings: 05:00 P.M. Onwards (IST) Platform: Zoom (US)+ YouTube

Stealing sweets of a child is not a crime: The judge acquitted the accused child and said – stealing Makhaan is a Baal leela, so how is it a crime to steal sweets?

A juvenile accused of stealing sweets from a neighbor’s fridge was acquitted by a juvenile court on Thursday.  Along with this, advice was given to the police and the complainant side.  The court said, ‘Theft of Makhaan is a Baal leela, so how is it a crime to steal sweets?’ Juvenile Chief Magistrate Manvendra Mishra

3rd Wildlife Protection National Online Moot Court Competition for law students- Government Law College, Mumbai-26th to 28th November, 2021

The National Online Moot Court Competition of the Wildlife Protection Government Law College is India’s first wildlife conservation-focused Moot Court Competition. This year’s event is the third in a series aimed at raising awareness among law students about the issues faced by animals. The competition will be held online from November 26th to November 28th,