Ashirbad Nayak elucidates on the criteria for the death penalty awarded by courts and the circumstances of a case that necessitate the same.
Shreya Mundra talks about Trademark Laws in India. INTRODUCTION Trademarks in general terminology would be any visual mark which is being represented graphically or which is capable of being distinguished from any other particular good manufactured or from mark which is already being dealt by any other person. Trademark is a very essential mark… Continue reading Trademark Laws in India
Shraddha Tiwari talks about Right to Education. INTRODUCTION Education as an entity in viewed essentially for all. It is fundamental to a nation’s all round development, material and spiritual. This makes education a necessity for not only an individual but to a larger extent of positively contributing to nation-building. This is can be understood with… Continue reading Right to Education
Shivam Dheeran talks about Right to Information as a law in the country. INTRODUCTION “The problems are solved, not by giving new information, but by arranging what we have known since long.” ― Ludwig Wittgenstein In a study conducted by two students from National Law University, Delhi during their internship with the ministry of DOPT… Continue reading Right to Information
Ridam Arsh talks about the need for Uniform Civil Code in India. WE, THE PEOPLE OF INDIA, having solemnly resolved to constitute India into [Sovereign Socialist Secular Democratic Republic] and to secure to all its citizens. Figure 1.1 Religion Percentage Estimated All Religion 100.00 % 121 Crores Hindu 79.80 % 96.62 Crores Muslim 14.23… Continue reading Uniform Civil Code
Aditi Singh elucidates the Goods and Services Tax (GST), it’s features and other important factors associated.