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Summary of the CCLG Discussion on the Geopolitics of Ukraine Conflict

The blog is authored by,  Mr. Saurav Sarmah, Assistant Professor of Political Science at Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law, Punjab.  Geopolitics is the study of the interaction between three elements – geographical, historical and political to understand (i) the strengths and weaknesses of nations, (ii) strategies to utilize the strengths and overcome the weaknesses… Continue reading Summary of the CCLG Discussion on the Geopolitics of Ukraine Conflict

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STATE OF U.P. vs. JAI BIR SINGH

The Case-comment is authored by,  Chhavi Sardana and Shreyansh Rathi, 2nd year LLB Honours student of a 5-year integrated law degree program at Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law, Punjab Header Image Credits: Pexels Free Photo INTRODUCTION There’s still vagueness prevalent in Indian courts in interpreting ‘what’s an industry?’ even after the Industrial Disputes Act,… Continue reading STATE OF U.P. vs. JAI BIR SINGH

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THE FIVE POINTS PLAN TO SAVE MYANMAR AND THE REAL-TIME PROBLEMS IN ITS IMPLEMENTATION

The blog is authored by,  Akshay Sharma, penultimate year LLB Honours student of a 5-year integrated law degree program at Institute of Law Nirma University with a keen interest in Public International Law and humanitarian law.  Header Image Credits: Pexels Free Photo The blog aims to bring to light the real issues associated with the… Continue reading THE FIVE POINTS PLAN TO SAVE MYANMAR AND THE REAL-TIME PROBLEMS IN ITS IMPLEMENTATION

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Of legislative privileges and power to summon witnesses: Facebook’s double standards

The blog is authored by,  Abhishek Iyer, Final Year B.A. LL.B. (Hons.) student at Gujarat National Law University (GNLU), Gandhinagar. Header Image Credits: Pexels Free Photo In a post-truth world where objective facts are fading away and polarized opinions appealing to emotions and personal belief is gaining mainstream attention, the role of social media platforms… Continue reading Of legislative privileges and power to summon witnesses: Facebook’s double standards

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Critical Analysis: K. Kalaiselvi V. Chennai Port Trust (2013) 3 Mad LJ 493: Discrimination Against Female Employees Becoming Mothers Through Surrogacy

The blog is authored by, Heena Malhotra, 4th Year Law Student, B.A. LLB. (Hons.) at Symbiosis Law School, Pune Header Image Credits: Pexels Free Photo BACKGROUND The petitioner by the name K. Kalaiselvi, who was working for the Traffic Department of the Chennai Port Trust for over 2 decades had a child via surrogacy after… Continue reading Critical Analysis: K. Kalaiselvi V. Chennai Port Trust (2013) 3 Mad LJ 493: Discrimination Against Female Employees Becoming Mothers Through Surrogacy

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Compulsory vaccination: an infringement of personal liberty and privacy?

The blog is authored by, Ujjwal Tripathi, and Stuti Joseph, third-year students of Law at Christ (Deemed to be University), Delhi NCR Header Image Credits: Pexels Free Photo ABSTRACT In the year 2020, the world witnessed a global pandemic- Covid-19- that led to the death of millions of people and the world economy was on… Continue reading Compulsory vaccination: an infringement of personal liberty and privacy?

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Constitutionalism as an instrument for Transformation

The blog is authored by, Khushal Gurjar, and Kripa Pokhrel, post-graduate in law from  National Law University, New Delhi. Header Image Credits: Pexels Free Photo Introduction Constitutionalism can be defined as the doctrine that keeps check on the legitimacy of government’s action      and governs whether the act of public official is in accordance with pre-determined laws and rules. “The… Continue reading Constitutionalism as an instrument for Transformation

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Banning VPNs to Prevent Cybercrime: A Feasible Plan?

The blog is authored by, Anshika Gubrele, and Kaustubh Kumar, 4th year B.A.LL.B Hons. student at Bharati Vidyapeeth (Deemed to be University) New Law College, Pune and 2nd year BA.LL.B Hons. student at NUSRL Ranchi, respectively. Header Image Credits: Pexels Free Photo INTRODUCTION With the rapidly industrialising and digitalising world, ‘privacy’ has become one of… Continue reading Banning VPNs to Prevent Cybercrime: A Feasible Plan?

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ANALYSING THE CONSTITUTIONALITY OF RECENT REGULATION OF ONLINE GAMES INVOLVING STAKES

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

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FUNCTIONING OF ADMINISTRATIVE COURTS IN INDIA AND GERMANY: A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS

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