The author presents a descriptive study on the topics of Labour Codes, 2020.
The author presents a brief analysis of the case of Satish Chander Ahuja vs Sneha Ahuja, which secured the rights of women in general and the rights of women fighting divorce cases in particular. Furthermore, the court while providing residential rights to women fighting divorce cases against their husband held that they could not be dispossessed from the marital household on the ground that the husbands do not wholly or partly own the property.
The author presents a critical analysis of the subject matter of Daughter’s Estate under Hindu Law. The article probes into the evolution and the current situation of women rights over the property. The article will also address a few commentaries and legislations, along with relevant case laws.
The author presents an analytical insight into the subject matter of legislation in regards to the heinous rape crime. The article probes into the current legal position and the implications that come with it.
The author presented brief analysis of the case and relevant provisions.
The author present the brief analysis of the case and relevant provision.
The author presents the brief analysis of the case along with issues involve and relevant provision
The author in the present article provides an analysis of the most significant legal principles and aims to provide with a comprehensive analytical understanding of the framework by exploring the origin of the principles, judicial reasoning, and underlying assumptions in landmark judgments given by the Supreme Court of India, various High Courts as well as the National Green Tribunals.
The author presents a critical study based on the topic of E-Education amid COVID-19. The article probes into various obstacles the students have been facing because of remote learning amid the ongoing pandemic due to which their health is on stake. The article also discusses the infringement of their fundamental rights, enshrined under the Constitution of India.
The author presents an analytical study on the topic “Validity of suicide”. The article provides an analysis of Section 309 of the Indian Penal Code and Section 115 of the Mental Healthcare Act, 2017.