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Marriage: A sacrament or legal contract?

By Saqlain Shamim Abstract This article speaks about the idea of marriage as a ceremony or a legitimate agreement under the family law. The idea of wedding under the Hindu Marriage Act is to se...

Evolution of Registration Act

By Chaya Singhal Abstract This research paper talks about registration and the law of registration in India. The law of Registration Act has been now amended quite a many times. At the end of t...

Extra judicial killing: Fair or violation of sense of justice?

By Shaurya Singh Sanawar Introduction It wasn’t very long after he surrendered in Ujjain’s Mahakal Temple describing himself as Main Vikas Dubey hun Kanpur Wala that notorious gangster Vikas Du...

Sedition: It’s time for Supreme Court to scrap IPC Section 124A

The sedition law, Section 124A of the Indian Penal Code, has outlived its use in modern India. One hopes the Supreme Court, as the first guardian of citizens when their rights are infringed, puts it in the garbage bin of history.

Blockchain in legal industry

By Riya Krishnatrya Blockchain defined: Blockchain is a shared, immutable ledger that facilitates the process of recording transactions and tracking assets in a business network. An ...

International conventions and agreements on sustainable development

For achieving sustainable development, various treaties, conventions, and agreements were signed between the nations to date since Stockholm Declaration, 1972. 

The Role of Cyber Law in Cybersecurity in India

Cyber laws are important because it deals with all the issues relating to the internet, Cyber space and the web which is being used worldwide. Every kind of activity in the cyberspace has some legal perspective.

Role of freedom of internet and social media in Indian democracy

Internet is a powerful medium, if seen in the context of improving and strengthening democracy. The core research problem that shall be addressed in this research paper is the crucial role played by the internet, and also the access to it through various means, in the development and functioning of Indian democracy.

Role of Indian legal system in protecting gender equality

By Samarth Pathak Every child deserves to reach her or his full potential, but gender inequalities in their lives and in the lives of those who care for them hinder this reality. Law and lawma...

PMLA 2002: Challenges and effectiveness

According to the UNODC, the estimated amount of money laundered each year amounts to 2-5 percent of worldwide GDP, or $800 billion to $2 trillion in today's US dollars. To combat and control money laundering in India, the Prevention of Money Laundering Act, 2002 (PMLA) was implemented.

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