Trade or Commerce in Wildlife Animals, Animal Articles, and Trophies

Trade or Commerce in Wildlife Animals, Animal Articles, and Trophies; It’s Prohibition under Wildlife Life (Protection) Act, 1972. This article is written by Shrasti Singh, a student of Shri Ramswaroop Memorial University, Lucknow Introduction  India is rich in its wild life. Wildlife means all animals living and plants growing in a natural environment or animalsContinue reading “Trade or Commerce in Wildlife Animals, Animal Articles, and Trophies”

Right to be Forgotten: a Right or Restriction

Introduction:  The Right to be Forgotten (right to erasure) owes its origin to the belief that everyone has legal right to ask for removal of any information about oneself available on the internet and is open for all. One can only ask for removal of that information which is of the potential to hamper socialContinue reading “Right to be Forgotten: a Right or Restriction”

National Green Tribunal: Constitution, Functions and Power

Introduction The National Green Tribunal (‘NGT’) was established on 18th October, 2010 under the National Green Tribunal Act 2010. The purpose behind the establishment of NGT is effective and expeditious disposal of cases related to environmental dispute involving multi-disciplinary issues. After the establishment of NGT, India became the third country to have a specialised bodyContinue reading “National Green Tribunal: Constitution, Functions and Power”

Social Media Manipulation To Undermine Democracy

People are real assets of India as they play an important role in shaping democracy. Our goal was made achievable only by people interacting and joining hands together to reach success. But today, we have reached a stage where people can stay connected only through artificial intelligence. Fast growing technology and everlasting developments have made,Continue reading “Social Media Manipulation To Undermine Democracy”

Amendment Of Constitution

This article is written by Sreeya Chowdary Kesanapalli, a student of Gitam School of Law, Visakhapatnam Introduction The constitution of India is one of the most captivating documents on this planet. No other country has a constitution as broad as ours and is the largest constitution in the world. However, despite being so comprehensive, thisContinue reading “Amendment Of Constitution”

Right of Private Defence is available only against an offence 

This Article is written by Saumya Tripathi, a student of Shri Ramswaroop Memorial University Introduction  Section 96 to 106 of the Indian Penal Code states the law relating to the right of private defence of person and property. Section 97, 98 and 99 are of general nature while sections 100, 101, 102 and 106 areContinue reading “Right of Private Defence is available only against an offence “

Nature and Justiciability of the Directive Principles 

This Article is written by Saumya Tripathi, a student of Shri Ramswaroop Memorial University Introduction   Directive Principles of State Policy (also referred as DPSP in short) are enumerated in Part IV of the Constitution from Articles 36 to 51. The concept of Directive Principles is not indigenous to India and was borrowed from Article 45Continue reading “Nature and Justiciability of the Directive Principles “

Res Ipsa Loquitor: Overview

What is Res Ipsa Loquitor? In Latin it means “the thing speaks for itself.” Legal definition says that it is a doctrine or rule of evidence in tort law that permits an inference or presumption that a defendant was negligent in an accident injuring the plaintiff on the basis of circumstantial evidence if the accidentContinue reading “Res Ipsa Loquitor: Overview”

Inter- Relationship Between Fundamental Rights And Directive Principles

Introduction To The Topic The Indian constitution is known as the longest written constitution in this entire world. It not only consists of 395 Articles but also 22 parts and 8 schedules in it. Under the constitution of India there are few rights which has been enshrined as a basic necessity to any citizen ofContinue reading “Inter- Relationship Between Fundamental Rights And Directive Principles”

UAPA- Protection from Threats or Dissent?

Introduction “Liberty may be endangered by the abuse of liberty, but also by the abuse of power.”  – James Madison Ever since her independence, India has seen considerable conflicts with neighbouring countries and several internal struggles owing to the presence of certain insurgent groups within- putting her national security under constant threat. And all governmentsContinue reading “UAPA- Protection from Threats or Dissent?”