Advocates Right To Strike : Ethical OR Corrupt

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Kanishk Jain   Abstract – The “right to work” is defined by Charles Fourier (1772-1837) a Frenchman who observes that “Politics extol the rights of men and do not guarantee the prime and only useful right, the right to work.” In my views ‘right to work” is active involvement of physical and mental body which… Read more »

Ignoring Seniority In Appointment Of Judges: A Principle For Convenience

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The trinity of fairness, transparency and accountability form the bedrock of an effective and independent judicial system. Likewise, legal reasoning, justifiability and confirming to judicial ethics remains the hallmarks of judicial decisions, judicial appointments as well as judicial behaviour. Constitutionally speaking, this hexagon of judicial character shall remain entrenched in every decision concerning appointments of… Read more »

Educated Woman Supposed To Be Fully Aware Of Consequences Of Having Sex With A Man Before Marriage: J&K HC

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It has to be acknowledged, appreciated and applauded right at the outset that in a landmark and laudable judgment delivered by the Jammu and Kashmir High Court in a recent case titled Sunil Kumar vs State of J&K and anr. CRMC No. 512/2017, Nos. 01/2018, 02/2018, 01/2017 dated December 14, 2018, Justice Sanjay Kumar Gupta… Read more »

Even Poem Can Help Save A Death Convict From Gallows

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            In a remarkable, bold and laudable judgment delivered by the Supreme Court in Dnyaneshwar Suresh Borkar v State of Maharashtra in Criminal Appeal No. 1411 of 2018 delivered just recently on February 20, 2019, it has vindicated what many say sometimes just casually that, “Even poem can help save a death convict from… Read more »

Class Action Suits         

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Akshita Sodhi lloyd law college, Greater Noida.   Introduction The class Suit Action was introduced in India through the amendment made in 2013 in the Company Act, 1956. It was after Satyam Scam, the government introduced class action suit. It has passed around four years but the Class Action Suit is still unknown among a… Read more »

DOWRY – A DARK SIDE OF INDIA

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  By: Sahaj Karan Singh “Any other dowry, which the self-willed manmukhs offer for show, is only false egotism and a worthless display. O my father, please give me the Name of the Lord God as my wedding gift a dowry”. Guru Granth Sahib Ji, page79 Introduction Marriages is an aphorism i.e. it’s a pithy… Read more »

Long Pendency Amounts To A Special Reason For Imposing Lesser Penalty In Corruption Case Involving Meager Bribe Amount: SC

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                     To begin with, it has to be said right at the outset that in a rare departure from the past, the Supreme Court has just recently in a notable case titled Ambi  Ram v State of Uttarakhand in Criminal Appeal No. 1723 of 2009 dated February 5, 2019 has taken a lenient view in… Read more »