Thursday, October 28, 2021
Presumption of Innocence in the Indian legal system

Presumption Of Innocence in the Light of Indian Legal System

– "Innocent Till one is proved and held guilty" Introduction to the Issue Recently, in July 2021, Supreme court two-judge bench comprising Justice Hemant Gupta and Justice V. Ramasubrmaniyam heard a special leave petition against...
Medical Negligence and remedies

Medical Negligence and the Remedies Available

Introduction “A doctor, like anyone else who has to deal with human beings, each of them unique, cannot be a scientist; he is either, like the surgeon, a craftsman, or, like the physician and the...

Does High Court have the power to quash FIR under Section 482 of CrPC?

What is FIR? The word FIR (First Information Report) is an information given in written, relates to commission of a cognizable offence which is given to the officer who is in-charge of the police station....

Setting Aside Domestic Arbitral Award: A Detailed Analysis

Introduction Arbitration is a form of alternative dispute resolution; arbitration is a process where two people resolve a dispute before a neutral party. In an arbitration, the parties make their arguments before the arbitrator. The...

Restitution of Conjugal Rights

Introduction Marriages in India have always been considered the most important and most sacrosanct social institution. It is not only a union of two people, but of two families given approval by society. This tradition...

Power of the High Court to grant Bail under Article 226 of Constitution

Introduction Bail is the system in which; when a person is set loose from the restraint of police/judicial custody when the judgement is yet to be passed in exchange of collateral or fine, also known...

How to structure your speech for a Moot Court Competition

Introduction Mooting is a very popular co-curricular activity in Law Schools. Mooting not only helps in improving your researching, drafting and oratory skills but it also develops a lot of soft skills like confidence,...

Consumer Protection Act 1986 vs 2019: A Detailed Comparison

Introduction The dawn of July 20, 2020, marked an important milestone in India's journey towards consumer-centric Consumer Protection Laws. The Consumer Protection Act, 2019, which the Lok Sabha passed on July 30 2019, and later...

All you need to know about the enforceability of the non-compete clause in Employment...

Introduction In the highly competitive world, as it is today, an employer would most certainly attempt to take all the preventive steps for any anticipated threats that they are likely to face from their competitors....

Pornography in India: legitimate or not?

Introduction Pornography was originally described as any work of art or literature showing the lives of prostitutes, derived from the Greek porni (“prostitute”) and graphein (“to write”). Pornography is the depiction of sexual behaviour in books,...

Role of Women Judges in Ensuring Judicial Independence and Integrity

“By their mere presence, women judges enhance the legitimacy of the courts, sending a powerful signal that they are accessible to those who seek recourse to justice.” - Judge Vanessa Ruiz (International Association of Women...

Important Laws every E-commerce Consumer must know

Introduction It was in 1995 that the Internet was first launched in India. Thereafter, technology has been on an ever-evolutionary ascent with online portals coming up for everything, even business and trading. This contributed to...

Probative Value of Fingerprint Evidence

Introduction The field of forensics, which deals with fingerprint examination and identification of ​fingerprints, is an emerging legal term. This basic concept goes back to its origin in Asia. In India, it evolved as part...

Laws Governing the Indian National Flag

Introduction According to our Indian Constitution, “The Indian National flag represents the hopes and aspirations of the people of India”. It is expressly provided under Article 51-A of the Indian Constitution. There is a duty...