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SPOUSAL LAWS IN INDIA

ABSTRACT The current research focuses on the prevalent Spousal Laws in India. This article also looks deeply into various aspects like the laws that are available to both the partners irrespective of their gender, and also the laws that are only available to the wives forming part of protection of their rights against their husbands. …

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justice, right, legal

Comparative Study of Capital Punishment Laws in India and Other Nations

Abstract Capital punishment also means the death penalty. The death penalty is usually given to those offenders who committed heinous, grave, and detestable crimes in which a high degree of culpability is involved. Capital Punishment is an end in itself and it varies from country to country.  Till now 170 countries abolished the concept of …

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cyber, security, internet

The Digital Empowerment of India’s Judicial System

Abstract: Digitization of the judicial system, not only includes updating files and copies but also an efficient way to conduct the proceedings. One of the major benefits we can gain by going digital is reducing the pendency of surplus cases and recording age-old files. Although there are high chances of any technical glitches or files being deleted due …

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man, college student, read

Deliberation on Genocide with special emphasis on Crime against Humanity

ABSTRACT This research paper investigates the process of genocide and mass crimes in the twentieth and twenty-first centuries. The paper focuses on five episodes of genocide in the twentieth century (the Armenian Genocide, the Holocaust, the Cambodian Genocide, the Rwandan Genocide, and the Srebrenica Genocide) that scholars and experts have declared to constitute genocides under …

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Legal Implications of Artificial Intelligence in the Criminal Justice System.

Introduction The topic “Legal Implications of Artificial Intelligence in the Criminal Justice System” is related to the usage of AI technology in field of or when it comes to  law enforcement and the system of  criminal justice, and the legal and ethical issues that arise from its use. This is an increasingly relevant topic, as …

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right, advocacy, lex

Dissecting the Legal Imperatives of Metaverse in the IPR Regime

Abstract The metaverse is expanding as we speak and growing and capacity, from the point of integrating the AR/VR in the background to ensuring that the technologies like NFTs, blockchain, smart contracts get the ultimate traction, the metaverse is taking in account multiple factors and along with it certain legal issues that need clarity and, …

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business, technology, city

CAPITAL PUNISHMENT IN INDIA: AN ANALYSIS OF ITS HISTORICAL, LEGAL, AND SOCIAL IMPLICATIONS

Abstract India is not an exception to the global debate over the death penalty or capital punishment. The history and present status of the death penalty in India is discussed in this paper, along with the legal foundation, moral issues, and discussion surrounding the practice. The introduction of the paper provides a brief historical background, …

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A CRITICAL ANALYSIS OF BLASPHEMY LAWS IN INDIA AND IN WESTERN COUNTRIES

ABSTRACT: Blasphemy is defined as denigrating or making fun of God, other deities, or sacred objects, as well as making fun of other people’s religions in the process. This research will analyze the blasphemy laws in India and in other western countries that what is their stance at blasphemy laws. The paper also consists of …

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HOW THE TECHNOLOGY HAS ROCKED THE LEGAL PROFESSION  WORLD? LET’S EXPLORE THE UPSIDES AND DOWNSIDES OF THIS EPIC DISRUPTION

ABSTRACT Technology has revolutionized the legal profession, resulting in significant changes and disruptions in the industry. The integration of technology has brought about both benefits and drawbacks that require careful consideration. One of the primary advantages of technology in the legal profession is the increased speed and efficiency in completing tasks. Lawyers can research and …

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Criminal justice reform an  overview of current issues and proposed solution

ABSTRACT Criminal justice reform is a critical and timely issue, as the current system is plagued by a range of inequities and shortcomings. These include racial and socioeconomic disparities, mass incarceration and police brutality. The purpose of the study is to provide an overview of the current state of the criminal justice system and to …

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libra, justice, law

ABOUT EUTHANASIA AND THE RECENT JUDGEMENT OF SUPREME COURT THAT CAME ABOUT EUTHANASIA

Abstract A moral conundrum that arises in clinical practice is whether it is preferable to actively kill a patient or allow for a more gradual and natural death. In comparison to a slow, potentially painful death, the former may be thought to involve less suffering. How to establish what level of pain is intolerable is …

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Comparative analysis of the Hindu Marriage Act(HMA) 1955 with other marriage laws in India

Abstract: The Hindu Marriage Act of 1955 was the first codified law in India that dealt specifically with marriage among the Hindu community. The Act has undergone many amendments over the years to address the evolving needs of society. The present paper provides a comparative analysis of the HMA, 1955 with other marriage laws in …

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business, technology, city

AN ANALYSIS OF THE INDIAN CYBER LAWS IN LIGHT OF CURBING CYBER CRIMES

Abstract The present era can be called a digital era, and human society largely depends on digital technology. The Internet is the need of today’s generation and it eases human work but people are less aware of how to use internet cyberspace properly. The growth of cyberspace also eases cyber criminals, leading to privacy breaches, …

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Inculcating the Culture of ADR and Client Centered Lawyering in Pro Bono Services

Abstract Introduction In earlier days, parties to a suit used to assign and entrust the work in all respects to their respective lawyers.  The clients did not have active participation in their cases. Hence, client-centered lawyering was introduced to provide lawyers the mechanism to impel client involvement as it requires cooperating with clients to entirely …

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Behind bars: Analyzing the rights of under-trial prisoners under international law and human rights treaties.

Abstract Being arrested and detained can be a traumatic experience for anyone, regardless of the reason for their arrest. When a person is detained, their fundamental human rights must be protected and respected. Unfortunately, under-trial prisoners often face multiple violations of their rights while behind bars, including torture, arbitrary detention, denial of access to legal …

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“Position of India in food security through understanding of reality.”

Abstract We know that India still after 75 years of Independence is facing extreme challenges to provide and secure the necessities of life. One of the basic necessities of life is to have a proper food security in order to survive. It’s the duty of the government to provide and protect the citizen’s basic necessities …

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Two Facets of Juvenile Justice (Care and Protection of Children) Amendment Act, 2021

ABSTRACT Amidst the countless backlog of cases with the judicature of India, Parliament came up with the draft of the Juvenile Justice (Care and Protection of Children) Amendment Bill, 2021[1] to safeguard the fragile lives of children in India. The Bill received the approval of the President on the 7th of August 2021 and was …

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AN ANALYTICAL STUDY ON CYBER CRIMES AND CYBER LAW’S IN INDIAN CONTEXT

ABSTRACT- The author under this research paper, will try to convey the various cyber-crimes in India along with various statutory provisions in Indian context. With the advancement of computer and various other technological devices, the technology has been on the tip of fingers. But it has another major issue i.e., the issue of cyber- crime …

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NARCOTICS DRUG AND PSYCHOTROPIC SUBSTANCE: REVERSAL OF CARDINAL PRINCIPLE OF CRIMINAL JURISPRUDENCE

Abstract The paradigm shift in the usage, prevention, and control of drugs in ‘India’ could be traced by India becoming a signatory to the U.N. Single Convention on Narcotic Drugs, 1961, The Convention on psychotropic substance, 1971, and The Convention against Illicit Traffic of Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substance, 1988 and finally the adoption of …

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AN ANALYSIS OF CONCEPT OF MENS REA UNDER CRIMINAL LAW

Table of Contents Content Pno.               TITLE 1         TABLE OF CONTENTS 2     CHAPTERIZATIONS    3 ABSTRACT                          4            INTRODUCTION 5                  RESEARCH OBJECTIVES 6                   RESEARCH METHODOLOGY 7                   RESEARCH QUESTIONS 7                   METHOD                                12                                                       LITERATURE REVIEW  13                    CASE LAWS 16                      SUGGESTION 16                      CONCLUSION 16                           REFERENCE …

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Men’s Rights In Today’s Legal System- Critical Analysis With Domestic Violence Laws In India

Abstract Domestic Violence has been a major problem of the society since its inception. It is also against society and specifically against the marriage institution. India has noticed more such cases as compared to other countries. Mostly cases of domestic violence have been reported against women in the household, but domestic violence against men has …

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AI AND IP THREAT

ABSTRACT We live in a technologically advanced age—2022—where everything from smartphones to robots is commonplace. Robots that are more efficient and quicker to work than people are now a reality. There can be no question about how accurate technology is. But people are the ones who created technology. If we consider a few films, such …

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burglar, burglary, surveillance camera

CYBER TERRORISM AND ITS RELATIONSHIP WITH DARK WEB

ABSTRACT: The potential danger presented by cyberterrorism has incited significant caution. Various security specialists, legislators, and others have pitched the risk of cyber terrorists hacking into government and confidential servers and devastating the military, monetary, and administration areas of cutting-edge economies. The potential danger is, without a doubt, alarming. But, regardless of the multitude of …

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Copyright Issue on Social media

Abstract Nowadays, Social media is playing a bigger role in marketing plans for corporations of all sizes. Today’s consumers expect interactions from companies. We’ll have to wait and watch how this trend affects both those who like creating original material and those who choose to retweet or repost something that wasn’t their own. Twitter, Instagram stories, …

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SURVEILLANCE BY THE GOVERNMENT AUTHORITIES: IS THERE ANY THREAT TO THE RIGHT TO PRIVACY?

ABSTRACT People are now closer than ever thanks to the significant advancements in technology in recent years. Everything is easily executed, for which technology should be credited. And, the commission of crimes is not excluded. The conspiracies for terrorist activities are easily planned through present sophisticated means. Governments around the world will therefore continue to …

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MENTAL HEALTH CARE ACT 2017

It is an incontrovertible that “A healthy mind leads to a healthy body for which it is necessary to keep the most active organ of our body “active”. But it is also inevitable, that with time the mental health issues have also increased. As per World health organisation (WHO), young people majorly including adolescents and …

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Judgement On Media And Entertainment law; Case review

Table Of Content• Introduction• Brief of the case• Facts of the case• Judgement• Disruptive Activities• Laws Related To Case• Conclusion• References Introduction: The popular entertainer Sanjay Dutt had served a prison season of 5 years in the wake ofbeing condemned for detainment because of his supposed contribution in the 1993 Mumbaisequential shoot case by the …

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ROLE OF INDIAN LEGAL SYSTEM IN PROTECTING GENDER EQUALITY IN INDIA  

It is time that we see gender as a spectrum instead of two sets of opposing ideals. -Emma Watson, Actor ABSTRACT The following research paper illustrates about Gender Inequality in India and how the Government and Judicial System of India are formulating its policies and schemes to curb the evil of Gender Inequality. India is …

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libra, justice, law

Indian Sedition Laws: The need for Emancipation from Colonial Overlord’s Laws

Abstract The use of sedition laws in recent years has reignited debate about their undemocratic nature and applicability in today’s constitutional democracy. Regrettably, these standards have defied colonial authority. Numerous Indian courts’ application of sedition statutes reveals how archaic and irrelevant they have become considering contemporary culture. Every person has the fundamental right to freedom …

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JACOB PULIYEL VS UNION OF INDIA

SUPREME COURT CASE: 2 May, 2022 PETITIONER: Jacob Puliyel RESPONDENT: Union of India and others BENCH: L. Nageswara Rao, B.R. Gavai FACTS OF THE CASE: A public interest litigation petition was presented by Jacob Puliyel, a former National Advisory Technical Group member. He sought disclosure of clinical trial data on vaccines and declared mandatory vaccination …

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State by Narcotics Control Bureau Bengaluru v. Pallulabid Ahamad Arimutta

Date of the Case: 10th January 2022 Petitioner: State by Narcotics Control Bureau Bengaluru Respondent: Pallulabid Ahamad Arimutta Bench/ Judges: Hon’ble Justice Surya Kant, Hon’ble Ms. Kohli Order: Hon’ble Justice Ms. Kohli Legal Provisions: Narcotics Drugs and Psychotropic Substance Act, 1985 Facts of the Case: On 22nd March 2019, NCB (petitioner) received information regarding drug …

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thermometer, medications, tablets

PHARMACUETICAL PATENTING IN INDIA: PROBLEM OF PUBLIC ACCESS TO HEALTH.

ABSTRACT Intellectual Property Rights are fostering a rising number of revered nowadays. Knowing that their development, idea, or revelation is covered gives creators piece of psyche. One of the most extreme standard size legitimate rules withinside the worldwide is patent regulation. Patent hindrances make it hard to gain drug, that is essential for everybody. In …

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From Customs to Criminal Procedure Code – The Great Grandeur Evolution

Abstract The Code of Criminal Procedure which is abbreviated as CrPC in common parlance is nationally applicable legislation governing the procedure regarding the administration of criminal law in the country. The act was formulated in 1973 and came into effect in the subsequent year. This research paper particularly deals with the evolutionary background of the …

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burglar, burglary, surveillance camera

Union Of India V. K.A. Najeeb

(Criminal appeal No.98 of 2021) (2021) 3 SCC 713 Facts: A Professor TJ Joseph of the Newman College, Thodupuzha while framing a Malayalam question paper for B.Com 2nd semester , had included an objectionable question against a particular religion of certain society. The respondent along with the members of Popular Front of India decided to …

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THE ESSENTIAL RELIGIOUS PRACTICE AND ITS DEVELOPMENT

Abstract India is a country where there are a lot of diversities on the grounds of language, race, religion, caste, etc. There are several religions prevalent in India. Due to this reason, State has rightly introduced the concepts of Secularism which means religious tolerance and equal treatment to all religions[1]. Secularism is not an anti-religious doctrine …

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REVERSE PIERCING OF CORPORATE VEIL: HOW DOES IT SUPPORT THE PRESENT INSOLVENCY

ABSTRACT Corporate establishments were accorded an autonomous legal status to help achieve the underlying goals of justice. With the passage of time, in order to circumvent the responsibility, Benami transactions, frauds and money transfers into the company’s account became extremely prevalent. The need to address such malpractices among shareholders and safeguard the hard-earned money of …

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burglar, burglary, surveillance camera

From Customs to Criminal Procedure Code – The Great Grandeur Evolution

Abstract The Code of Criminal Procedure which is abbreviated as CrPC in common parlance is nationally applicable legislation governing the procedure regarding the administration of criminal law in the country. The act was formulated in 1973 and came into effect in the subsequent year. This research paper particularly deals with the evolutionary background of the …

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thermometer, medications, tablets

PHARMACUETICAL PATENTING IN INDIA: PROBLEM OF PUBLIC ACCESS TO HEALTH

ABSTRACT Intellectual Property Rights are fostering a rising number of revered nowadays. Knowing that their development, idea, or revelation is covered gives creators piece of psyche. One of the most extreme standard size legitimate rules withinside the worldwide is patent regulation. Patent hindrances make it hard to gain drug, that is essential for everybody. In …

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