Category: Legal Articles

FORMS OF SUPREMACY IN A CONSTITUTIONAL SETUP

Author – Aakash Sharma (Faculty of Law, University of Lucknow) Co-Author – Shatakshi Pathak (Delhi metropolitan Education, Noida, U.P.) INTRODUCTION Supremacy is derived from the Latin word “supremus” which means highest. It generally means the highest in authority or rank. Supremacy means the position in which one is more powerful or advanced than anyone else.

E-education: Issues and Challenges

Author: Simarpreet  Saluja of Bharti Vidyapeeth, New Law college Abstract: E-education is of the significant parts of education throughout the globe and slowly is becoming the major division of E-learning in India. There is no particular definition as to the E-education and most of the times only generic definitions are available. E-education is also termed

CONSCRIPTION:CHILDREN SOLDIERS AND INTERNATIONAL LAW

Author – VISHAKHA MAHICHA (National Law University, Delhi) SYNOPSIS Statement of problem Over past years, the forceful recruitment of child soldiers has become a matter of increasing international concern.  This article focuses on the predicament of children and all the problems, not only physical but also psychological problems they go through (as recruitment of children

DIGITALIZATION: 21ST CENTURY TOOL

Author –   Kajal Mathur (New Law College, Pune) RESEARCH METHODOLOGY The research done in the study is a qualitative research. This paper includes Case Laws, Judgments and Legal principle. The researcher also studied various Articles, Blogs and other Research papers. Review of data is on the basis of primary information retrieved from Journals/Publications and expert

Recent Scenario of Freedom of the Uncodified 4th Pillar of the Indian Constitution: The Freedom of Press

Author :- Hely Kikani “The press [is] the only tocsin of a nation. [When it] is completely silenced… all means of a general effort [are] taken away.” –Thomas Jefferson Introduction: The freedom of communication and expression through vehicles including various electronic media & published materials is freedom of the press.  Although such freedom often means

Mob Lynching: A Menace to Democracy

Author : Sudeep Chandra of Law College Dehradun Abstract: “A society with lynch culture need a big zoo not for the animals definitely bit for the very people themselves”. ‘We the people‘ – the opening words of the Constitution, the founding document of India – sums up the perception of society, of shared culture and

COVID-19 AND VIRTUAL COURTS

By:- Kajal Mathur BA LLB Bharti vidyapeeth New law college, Pune We all welcomed this year 2020 with great enthusiasm and happiness. But who knows this year will become worst of all. The COVID-19 pandemic sweeps through the globe leaving behind a trail of destruction. Due to this virus, many countries are implementing different versions

THE DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES OF A MEDICAL PRACTITIONER AND LIABILITY FOR THE BREACH UNDER NIGERIAN LAW

Author :John S. Avoseh Esq. Nigerian Law School, Council Legal Education University of Lagos, Akoka The healthcare issues requires a great attention as health and human life is very paramount and great universal value. Indeed the medical profession is considered a noble profession in the world because it helps in preserving human life. The healthcare

National Lockdown v/s Article 21

Author : Smit H. Thakkar (L.J. School of Law) Introduction As the world is fronting a global pandemic disease which is Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19), India from the initial stage has been combating against the virus by implementing Nation-wide Lockdown for 21 days where citizens were appealed and ordered to stay indoors and maintain social distancing