Population Explosion: A Dangerous Reality

Population explosion or growth of population at an uncontrolled rate is one of the major problems India is facing today. In this article, the author wishes to discuss the population growth, its impact on the environment, society and especially on the individual growth of a child along with the role of legislation and judiciary inContinue reading “Population Explosion: A Dangerous Reality”

Fintech and the Information Technology Act, 2000

In the emerging world of the twenty-first century, it is often said that “Necessity is the mother of all invention”. In today’s cutting-edge technology times, we continue to see an increase in the number of fintech technology growing in India. According to invest India the overall transaction in fintech is estimated to be $65 billionContinue reading “Fintech and the Information Technology Act, 2000”

Development of Environmental Laws: Indian Perspective

Nature is the common heritage of mankind. To preserve this nature i.e. environment mankind must make constant efforts. When voluntary action of lawmakers fails, a necessary action must take over. By this process, environmental law came into force. Environmental pollution is existing from the time when the evolution of homo sapiens on the planet tookContinue reading “Development of Environmental Laws: Indian Perspective”

Stringent Drone Regulations in India- Hindrance to the post-COVID Paradigm Shift?

Unmanned Aerial Vehicles, otherwise known as drones, are indeed one among the revolutionary, game-changing inventions of the 21st century. Initially developed for military purposes, the usage of drones has increased multiple folds in various sectors ever since then. From food delivery to the media sector, the usage of drones has indeed revolutionized the way oneContinue reading “Stringent Drone Regulations in India- Hindrance to the post-COVID Paradigm Shift?”

Firearms Law in India And Its Effectiveness

In the pre-modern societies, especially the ones strife with conflict and war, weapons were a necessity for people for self- defence and warfare. Over time, there has been a decrease in the necessity for arms in civilised societies, with an increase in government control on citizens. This change is manifested in the gun laws ofContinue reading “Firearms Law in India And Its Effectiveness”

Laws with Respect to Refugees: Time to Rethink

The Citizenship Amendment Bill, as proposed by the government, has a deep-rooted humanitarian concern, as it provides shelter to the religiously persecuted minorities. But, this umbrella is restricted to the people belonging to certain communities i.e. Hindu, Parsis, Sikh, Buddhist, Jains and Christians and that too from selected countries, i.e. Afghanistan, Pakistan and Bangladesh. TheContinue reading “Laws with Respect to Refugees: Time to Rethink”

Beyond Prison Bars – Community Service in India

The Indian penal system has been in existence for over a century. Its origins in the written form can be traced back to the quills of Lord Macaulay and many others. The system envisioned was comprehensive and was deemed to be highly effective. However, the lament is that it is unable to keep pace withContinue reading “Beyond Prison Bars – Community Service in India”

Quarantine: A Constitutional Measure to Combat the Pandemic

The novel coronavirus has turned our lives upside down. This pandemic has forced the rich people to stay at their respective homes, while poor migrant workers are struggling to reach out for their basic essentials. More than 52 lakh people have been infected with this virus. For some people, life is at a standstill, whereContinue reading “Quarantine: A Constitutional Measure to Combat the Pandemic”

Dowry Death and Legal Protection for Women

“Any young man, who makes dowry a condition to marriage, discredits his education and his country and dishonours womanhood.” ~ Mahatma Gandhi Marriage is a basic unit of society, a source of bliss and merriment. However, one of the longest standing shades of malice related to marriage, especially from a woman’s perspective is the dowryContinue reading “Dowry Death and Legal Protection for Women”

The Law on Superstition in India

No society in this world is a stranger to superstition. Indian society, too, can be considered highly superstitious. The daily life of most people is governed to a large extent by their superstitious beliefs. Be it not wanting to wake up on the ‘wrong side of the bed’ or undertake important work during ‘inauspicious times’,Continue reading “The Law on Superstition in India”