ANOTHER NIRBHAYA LOSES FIGHT OF LIFE,WILL ‘NIRBHAYA’ OF HATHRAS GET JUSTICE?

- By PRIYANSH SHARMA & AYUJ SINGHAL ‘Anywhere in the world, if you see a law which is protecting the rapists, you must know that this law has been prepared by the rapists’ rightly quoted by Mehmet Murat Ildan.The society is thunderstruck by witnessing such a horrendous crime against a 19-year-old ‘Dalit’ girl who was…

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DO MILITARY PERSONNEL ENJOY THEIR CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHTS?

By- Harshita Poonia Article 33 and 34 enable the Parliament to limit, adjust or revoke the essential rights to the individuals from military, para-military powers, police powers, and individuals from knowledge offices or comparative administrations. The above intensity of adjustment, limiting the basic rights, is accessible just with parliament and not state councils. The forces…

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THE SCOPE & NECESSITY OF CERTIFICATE UNDER SECTION 65B OF THE INDIAN EVIDENCE ACT, 1872:SHAFHI MOHAMMAD V. STATE OF HIMACHAL PRADESH

[AIR 2018 (2) SCALE 235] By- Aayushi Mehta “Extraordinary claims require extraordinary evidence.” ― Carl Sagan INTRODUCTION: Keeping in cognizance of the social, political, and economic variations there has been fruition in the laws of our country. One of the chief introductions has been the Information and Technology Act of 2000 (ITA, 2000). One of the…

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