Case Analysis: Hussainara Khatoon and other v. Home Secretary, State of Bihar

Author: Ashish Saha (The ICFAI University, Dehradun Bench (Judges): Justice P.N. Bhagwati, Justice R.S. Pathak and Justice A.D. Koshal. (3 judge Bench also called Division Bench). Petitioner: Hussainara Khatoon & ors. Respondent: Home Secretary, State of Bihar. Citation: 1979 AIR 1369, 1979 SCR (3) 532. Background of the case: This case is the landmark case

Self-Incrimination vs Confession: Legal Differences

Author: Arghya Sen (Amity University, Kolkata) Abstract The article “Self-Incrimination vs Confession: Legal Differences” provides an in-depth analysis of the contrasting concepts of self-incrimination and confession in the context of criminal law. It explores the legal implications and constitutional provisions governing these concepts in India, highlighting their differences and significance in the criminal justice system.

8th Edition of Rashtraniti, National Youth Parliament Competition [6th April – 7th April 2023]

About the Competition A true scholar and a true institution will always use its privilege to induce a wave of positive change in society. A change that our nation deserves and a change that our future generations deserve. The 8th Edition of Rashtraniti, National Youth Parliament Competition from 6th April – 7th April 2023 will mark a continuous

Case Summary: Bhargavan & Ors. vs State of Kerala.

EQUIVALENT CITATIONS: Appeal (crl.) 530-531 of 2003 BENCH: Mr. Justice Doraiswamy Raju, Justice Arijit Pasayat. INTRODUCTION: In Indian Penal code,1860 it has an chapter which covers the offence carried out by group of persons by assembling unlawfully in section 149. In order to convict someone on this section it’s necessary to prove common object not

ICFAI INTERNATIONAL MODEL UNITED NATIONS, 2023 BY ICFAI LAW SCHOOL (Feb 03-04) : REGISTER BY 30 JANUARY

About The ICFAI University, Dehradun The ICFAI University, Dehradun was established under the provision of the ICFAI University Act, 2003, (Act No.16 of 2003), enacted by the state of Uttarakhand, India. The University is recognised by the University Grants Commission under Sec 2(f) of UGC Act 1956. The University is a member of the Association

CHILD LABOUR

Author: Preeti Nakhat (KIIT School of Law) ABSTRACT A child is a priceless asset to any community and is undoubtedly important to the growth of the country. The way a nation raises its children to become its citizens will determine how that nation will develop in the future. Some of the kids are compelled to

[Internship Opportunity] at AGISS Research Institute [Apply by 31 December 2022]

About AGISS Research Institute AGISS Research Institute is an Independent, nonpartisan, non-profit public policy organization. Our Aim is to conduct High Quality research so that the Governing bodies can make better decisions and also to work in conjunction with other Organizations for other important issues pertaining to society. About the Internship Opportunity This is an online

6th International Conference on Economic Analysis of Law, Governance and Public Policy [18th and 19th March 2023]

About GNLU: GNLU is a statutory University established by the Government of Gujarat through Gujarat National Law University Act, 2003. GNLU is recognised by the Bar Council of India (BCI) and the University Grants Commission (UGC). GNLU is a member of the Association of Indian Universities (AIU), the United Nations Academic Impact (UNAI), and the International