Supreme Court Slaps Fine Of Rs 20 Lakh On West Bengal Government For Blocking Release Of Film And Condemned Growing Intolerance To Dissent And Curbing Of Artistic Freedom

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In a major and significant development with far reaching consequences, the Supreme Court on April 11, 2019 has in a latest, landmark and extremely laudable judgment titled Indibility Creative Pvt Ltd & Ors v. Got of West Bengal & Ors in Writ Petition (Civil) No. 306 of 2019 has minced no words to express its… Read more »

Decriminationalization Of Homo Sexuality

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(Article written by Jagriti Thakur Lloyd law college) Introduction – India is democratic country, but country like India the opinion of public regarding homo sexuality is highly debatable issue. As we have conservative society so traditionally, We ease from homosexuality which even decline hetro sexuality outside of marriage. The Indian penal code, 1860 which was… Read more »

Prisoner’s right to vote

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By Jagriti  thakur and Vanshika yadav) Introduction – The constitution of India and representation of the people’s act provide fundamental system for election in our country. India is a democratic country and federalism is a important substance . Under constitutional provisions the chief election commissioner has an important role to play .   A prisoner can… Read more »

If Indian woman Would Falsely Implicate Someone In A Rape Case than she could Suffer Silently : Tripura High Court

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“A statement of rape is extremely humiliating experience for a woman and unless she is a victim of sexual assault, she would ordinarily not blame anyone for the alleged crime.” In the context of Indian culture, a woman-victim of sexual aggression, would rather suffer silently than falsely implicate someone, said the Tripura High Court while… Read more »

Judicial Backlogs Can Become History

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We have been hearing that the Indian Judiciary would need decades to clear its backlog. The judicial system has become irrelevant for the common citizens, and this is responsible for many ills plaguing our Nation, like disrespect for laws and corruption. The ease of doing business also suffers and the rule of law cannot really… Read more »

Law governing the Application and Procedure of Patents in India

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What is Patent? A Patent is an exclusive monopoly rights granted by the Government to an inventor over his invention for a limited period of time. Patent is recognition to the form of intellectual property manifested in invention. How Did It All Begin In India? The Indian Patent system originated under the rule of the… Read more »

Swami Asimanand And Others Acquitted In Samjauta Blasts Case For Want Of Credible And Admissible Evidence

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                                       It has to be said right at the outset that in a major relief to Swami Asimanand and others, the NIA Court of Panchkula in NIA Vs. Naba Kumar Sarkar @ Swami Asimanand and others in Case No. 5 RBT/01.07.2011/03.08.2018 and delivered on March 20 by Jagdeep Singh who is Special Judge of NIA… Read more »