The blog is authored by, Anshika Saini, and Shreyasi Singh, third-year law students at Dr. Ram Manohar Lohiya National Law University Header Image Credits: Pexels Free Photo Introduction Recently, the Kerala High court quashed the notification, issued under section 14 A of the Kerala Gaming Act, 1960, banning the card game ‘Rummy’ played online. The… Continue reading ANALYSING THE CONSTITUTIONALITY OF RECENT REGULATION OF ONLINE GAMES INVOLVING STAKES
The blog is authored by, Rachita Agrawal, and Rajat Dayal ,LLM Candidates at National Law University, Delhi. Header Image Credits: Pexels Free Photo Introduction Administrative law is a branch of public law that focuses on public administration, through administrative courts the disputes concerning the exercise of public power are settled. These courts are considered different from… Continue reading FUNCTIONING OF ADMINISTRATIVE COURTS IN INDIA AND GERMANY: A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS
M Drushika is a 2nd-year law student from Symbiosis Law School, Hyderabad. Any discussion related to the paper can be made via mail at firstname.lastname@example.org. Header Image Credits: Pexels Free Photo Introduction Reservation was always a contentious issue in India. It is not a new concept in India and has been practised since kings ruled the… Continue reading Reservation Factors in India: Criterion or Criteria?
The blog is authored by, Vagish Yadav, a fifth-year law student, pursuing his B.A LL.B (Hons.) at Amity Law School Lucknow. Header Image Credits: Pexels Free Photo Introduction It will not be out of proportion to say that a species in a million, Bos Taurus, commonly known as Dairy Cow, has been engendering lengthy but… Continue reading Critique of High Court Judgment in the case of Javed v. State of U.P.￼