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A New Dimension of Right to life And Personal Liberty: Sex Workers Right To L...

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"All human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights."- Eleanor Roosevelt. Introduction. Part III of the Indian constitution guarantees fundamental rights, which are meant to pre...

F.Hoffmann: La Roche Ltd v/s Cipla Ltd

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Facts: F.Hoffmann La Roche Limited additionally called Roche Holding AG is a Swiss multinational healthcare organisation that generally operates beneath neath divisions: pharmaceutical and dia...

UP Population Control Bill

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Population control is a massive problem in our country therefore in view of this problem the Uttar Pradesh government has proposed a Population Control Bill,2021. After so many years of indepen...

Case Comment on Jayamma and Anr Vs State of Karnataka

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"Why should I then be false, since it is true that I must die here and live hence by truth"- Shakespeare Do you understand the significance of truth in on...

Unreasonable Delay Between Hearing Of Arguments And Delivery Of Judgment Repr...

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As it is, pending litigation has been a pandemic too. Nani Palkhivala once said, "Law may or may not be an ass; but in India it is a snail - it moves at a pace which would be regarded as un...

Hawkers v/s Hawking Policy And The Supreme Court's Stand

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On the 11th of April 2022, the Supreme Court of India dismissed an SLP arising out of a Writ Petition of Mandamus filed by a hawker of Sarojni Nagar Market, named Madan Lal, in the Delhi High C...

The Revamping of Indian Legal System after Pandemic

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The Indian legal system has evolved as a pivotal element of the world's largest democracy and confronting the battle to secure constitutional rights for every citizen. Understandably, the outbr...

A Legislation out of Time: Contempt of Courts Act, 1971

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Often labelled as a Colonial Artefact in the 21st Century, the whole concept of Contempt of Court in India, emanated during the colonial rule and is routed back to Regulating Act of 1773, which...

Euthanasia: Right To Die With Dignity In India

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Life is a cycle and in order to continue the rotation death is preordained. We all know the fact that death is part and parcel of life as one who had took birth on the earth will die one day. T...

Farzana Batool v/s Union Of India

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Summary The Supreme Court of India ruled in Farzana Batool vs. Union of India and Others that the government has an affirmative obligation to facilitate access to education at all levels. In t...