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Transfer For The Benefits Of Unborn Person

This article is written by Uddeshya Yadav, a student at Lovely Professional University, Punjab INTRODUCTION  The rule regarding the transfer of immovable property in favour of the person is defined under The Transfer of Property Act under Section 13. However it basically an exception, as under Section 5 of The Transfer of Property Act defines… Continue reading Transfer For The Benefits Of Unborn Person

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Arbitration As A Dispute Resolution Mechanism

This article is written by Anvika Shukla, student at Dharmashashtra National Law University INTRODUCTION Dispute resolution is the process of deciding a dispute that has arisen between parties. The decision can be arrived at either in an amicable manner or adversarial manner, either by the parties themselves or a neutral third party. There are three… Continue reading Arbitration As A Dispute Resolution Mechanism

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The Uttar Pradesh Anti – Conversion Law: Politicising Faith And Marriages

This article is written by Chandni, student at Army Institute of Law, Mohali In November 2019 the Uttar Pradesh State Law Commission (UPSLC) had submitted a 268 pages report along with draft legislation, Uttar Pradesh Freedom of Religion Bill, 2019, to the state government recommending a new law to regulate forcible religious conversions in the… Continue reading The Uttar Pradesh Anti – Conversion Law: Politicising Faith And Marriages

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The Hindu Rashtra Paradox: Hind swaraj or Hindu Rashtra, what’s the way?

                                                   This article is written by Abhay Saxena & Rucha Joshi, students at Rizvi Law College, Mumbai Backstory: Hinduism being one of the oldest religion in the world (4000-5000 year old) still defies a straight definition and hence defining a Hindu Rashtra or Hindu nationalism thus is a  difficult task because of its vagueness. The… Continue reading The Hindu Rashtra Paradox: Hind swaraj or Hindu Rashtra, what’s the way?

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STATE ANTI-CONVERSION LAWS IN INDIA

This article is written by Karthi VS, student at SRM University INTRODUCTION According to Article 25 of the Indian Constitution, all persons can freely profess, practice and propagate religion on his/her wish. So, India is a secular country that does not discriminate its citizen based on their faith, and the minorities get a particular preference.… Continue reading STATE ANTI-CONVERSION LAWS IN INDIA

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The Sedition Paradox: Analyzing the balance of sedition laws with respect to fair criticism and fundamental right to freedom of speech and expression

This article is written by Abhay Saxena & Rucha Joshi, students at Rizvi Law College, Mumbai Introduction-From several months, all one has been hearing about with regards to the voices raised against the government is “that falls under sedition, this is sedition, this is anti-nationalism” and etc. speeches and tweets have been now slapped with… Continue reading The Sedition Paradox: Analyzing the balance of sedition laws with respect to fair criticism and fundamental right to freedom of speech and expression

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It’s high time that we should start taking mental health seriously

This article is written by Priya Sharma, student at IMS Unison University, Dehradun Actor Sushant Singh Rajput’s death has made people realize how mental health plays an important part in everyone’s life. As the topic trends on social media, it has kick-started a long due conversation on mental health. Apart from that According to a… Continue reading It’s high time that we should start taking mental health seriously

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The concept of the Contempt of Court

This article is written by Adv Nazir Ah Bhat The contempt law in India though already in vouge had assumed significance and public attention in recent times. It's desirable prior to further elaboration to discuss chief features and over time developments in the said law. Earlier the contempt law was considered highly inconsistent and inadequate… Continue reading The concept of the Contempt of Court

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REPORT ON SUSHANT SINGH RAJPUT’S CASE

This article is written by Divya Singh Yadav, Sneha Asthana & Vivek Yadav On 14th June 2020, the 34-year-old actor, Sushant Singh Rajput was discovered dead at his Bandra house within the urban concentrate on the day, which was claimed to be an instance of suicide by the native police. Mumbai police appeared to have… Continue reading REPORT ON SUSHANT SINGH RAJPUT’S CASE