Decriminalizing Narcotics

This Blog is written by Kumar Subham from KIIT School of Law, Odisha. Edited by Srishti Tiwari.
The use of narcotics like drugs was very harmful and also increasing problems in global. In response to that, following the advice of a select committee, the government of every country has recently issued a number of laws implementing a strong harm-reductionistic orientation.

Exotic Crimes & Legal Implications In India

This Blog is written by Vartika Saxena from Symbiosis Law School, Noida. Edited by Shelal Lodhi Rajput.
The nature of crime is complex in every society. India is inhabited by people of different cultural backgrounds who constitute themselves into tribes, caste, and village kinship groups and they live in both rural and urban communities. For a long time, religions and superstitions have been a guiding force behind the conception of crime and punishment.

Protect And Improve Environment

This Blog is written by Nikita Nagar from Lloyd Law College, Greater Noida. Edited by Naina Agarwal.
The word environment refers to all ecological units which are naturally present on earth in the form of the land, water, air, soil, forest, sunlight, minerals, living organisms, etc. This earth is full of the natural surrounding some are biotic and some are non-biotic.

Privatization in India Due to Covid-19

This Blog is written by Rashi Aggarwal from Delhi Metropolitan Education, Noida. Edited by Ravikiran Shukre.
The scheme has also been called by many as a re-packed version of “Make in India” as it is almost similar to this movement. The growth of India’s “personal protective equipment” (PPE) kit from zero before March to 1,50,000 in the month of May is the best and fine example of a self-reliant scheme.

Cyber Defamation In The Internet Age And The Laws

This Blog is written by Nisha Patnaik from KIIT School of Law, Odisha. Edited by Srishti Tiwari.
As the utilization of electronic medium like messages, long range interpersonal communication destinations and other conversation bunches is expanding step by step to pass on our contemplations and data in our everyday life; people groups are sharing their perspectives and musings by means of them.

Kulbushan Jadhav Case (India v. Pakistan)

This Blog is written by Mohammad Zahid from Maharashtra National Law University, Mumbai. Edited by Ravikiran Shukre.
Kulbushan Jadhav who was born in Sangli district of Maharashtra, on 16 April in the year 1970. His father’s name is Sudhir and his mother’s name Avanti Jadhav. His father used to work in Mumbai police, he was an officer. Jadhav has 2 children and his family stays in the Powai area of Mumbai.

Water Scarcity – A Threat To Human Life And The Legal Reforms Needed To Prevent It

This Blog is written by Neyan Madhavan from Symbiosis Law School, Noida. Edited by Shelal Lodhi Rajput.
Water scarcity is the unavailability of freshwater resources to fulfil the standard water needs. Water scarcity is mainly caused by pollution, drought and lack of rainfall. All major cities in the world face water scarcity because of its overpopulation.

Sale Of Goods Act, 1930

This Blog is written by Abhishek Kishan from Central University of South Bihar, Gaya.  Edited by Srishti Tiwari.
As a mercantile law, the Sales of Goods Act 1930 came into the act on 1 July, 1930. Its provisions for the setting up of contracts where the seller transfers or agrees to transfer the title (ownership) in the goods to the buyer for consideration.

The Right Of Self-Determination

This Blog is written by Jay Gajbhiye from National Law University, Odisha. Edited by Yash Jain.
Essentially, individuals are entitled to self-determination to decide their destiny. In specific, the theory encourages individuals to chose their political position and decide their ways of economic, cultural, and social growth. The exercise of this right can lead to different results from political autonomy to full integration of the State.

Petition To Rename ‘India’ As ‘Bharat’

This Blog is written by Ashutosh Agarwal from National Law University, Delhi. Edited by Uroosa Naireen.
A recent Public Interest Litigation (PIL) filed in the Supreme Court of India has once again sparked the controversy revolving around the name of our country. This issue has been debated for ages, whether the name “India” is justified for our country, which has deep cultural roots along with a rich history.

Pacta Sunt Servanda

This Blog is written by Tanya Khugshal from University of Petroleum and Energy Studies, Dehradun. Edited by Yash Jain.
Pacta sunt servanda is a basic and general principle in civil, canon, and international law. It is a Latin term that means “agreements must be kept” in the basic English language. It implies that the non-fulfillment of the respective obligation is a breach of the pact.

Atal Pension Yojana: An Analysis Of Pension Schemes In India

This Blog is written by Ujjawal Vaibhav Agrahari from National Law University, Odisha. Edited by Harshita Yadav.
The Government announced a new fixed benefit pension plan — Atal Pension Yojana (APY, henceforth)—for unorganized sector workers not covered by any structured social security scheme in the 2015-16 Budget address. The pension system was named by the name of Late Atal Bihari Vajpayee, former Indian Prime Minister.

Universal Basic Income

This Blog is written by Harsh Sonbhadra from Vivekananda Institute of Professional Studies (VIPS), Delhi. Edited by Harshita Yadav.
On its face, the definition of a truly Universal Basic Income (UBI) is pretty straightforward. It’s an amount of cash given to everyone within a geographic area that’s then distributed unconditionally regularly, and on a long-term basis, as Marinescu [1] describes it.

Is ‘Zero’ Net Worth Anil Ambani Liable To Pay His Dues?

This Blog is written by Sanjana Dwivedi from University of Petroleum and Energy Studies, Dehradun. Edited by Ujjawal Vaibhav Agrahari.
Anil Ambani was once counted in the list of millionaires. Now the big question here is how he turned his riches to rotten. Everyone is quite aware of his famous name but not with the downfall of his wealth. This article will be talking about the back story behind the downfall.

Reservation- Are They Necessary In The Present Times?

This Blog is written by Palak Sinha from Symbiosis Law School, Noida. Edited by Ujjawal Vaibhav Agrahari.
The reservation system is all about providing the opportunity of representation to the disadvantaged groups that have suffered in times of historical events and even in the present time as well. The main objective is to reserve some amount of ‘quota’ or access to the seats in both public and private fields like jobs, educational departments and legislative institutions.

Death Sentence – Evolution And Principles Of Death Sentencing In India

This Blog is written by Sarthak Verma from Symbiosis Law School, Noida. Edited by Ujjawal Vaibhav Agrahari.
Death sentence or Capital punishment has been a topic for a heated debate for quite a long time in India. When some people argue about it being violative to Article 21 of the Indian Constitution that is the Right to Life and fear its cruelty, others are of the viewpoint that this kind of punishment is necessary to eradicate the evil, eliminate the antisocial elements from the society and adhere to for ensuring law and order in the society.

D10: Beginning Of Telecom Independence?

This Blog is written by Priyank Sudhir Shah from Gujarat Law Society Law College. Edited by Ritika Sharma.
The telecom sector continues to be the epicenter of growth, innovation, and disruption for its own and other industries. Traditionally the telecom industry was all about telephones or phone calls, but in these advanced times, the shift has been observed from this traditional usage towards messaging, emails, and internet services.

Pradhan Mantri Vaya Vandana Yojana

This Blog is written by Aadish Jain from Symbiosis Law School, Noida. Edited by Ritika Sharma.
Pradhan Mantri Vaya Vandana Yojana (PMVVY) was propelled in May 2017 to give a drawn-out salary alternative for senior citizens of the nation. This accept significance in the wake of the low-financing cost situation we wind up in. Fixed stores are getting restored at lower rates.

Airport Noise Regulation In India

This Blog is written by Utkarsha Singh from University of Petroleum and Energy Studies, Dehradun. Edited by Ritika Sharma.
The issue of noise pollution around airports had previously been raised by the National Green Court (NGT) in January when it heard petitions filed by residents of Vasant Kunj and Bijwasan in South Delhi. Both residential areas are very close to the Indira Gandhi International Airport (IGIA) in the Capital.

Meaning Of Gift And Essentials

This Blog is written by Anshuman Bisarya from SVKM’S NMIMS School Of Law, Indore. Edited by Saradarasagnya Oleti.
“Gift” is the transfer of certain existing moveable or immoveable property made Voluntarily and without consideration, by one person, called the donor, to another, called the Donee, and accepted by or on behalf of the donee[1].

Private Member’s Bill

This Blog is written by Jissy Rajish from The National University of Advanced Legal Studies, Kochi. Edited by Ujjawal Vaibhav Agrahari.
A civilised society is always revolving around rationality. Thus, an indubitable law from its choice of the representatives with its utmost clarity so that nothing in the clause should have a benefit of doubt is a sine qua non for a matrix.

Hire Purchase Agreement

This Blog is written by Priyesh Parthasarthy from Symbiosis Law School, Noida. Edited by Harsh Sonbhadra.
Hire purchase agreements are the kind of agreements whereby the owner of goods allows a person (the hirer) to hire goods from him for a specific period by paying installments. Here, the hirer has the option to buy the goods at the end of the contract if all the installments are paid respectively.

Doctrine Of Jus Cogens

This Blog is written by Jatin Pandey from Kirit P. Mehta School of Law, NMIMS Indore. Edited by Harsh Sonbhadra.
The norms of jus cogens are developed from customary international law and natural laws also played an important role in creating the norms of the doctrine of jus cogens for international laws.

Doctrine Of Frustration

This Blog is written by Shivanshi Tripathi from Bharati Vidyapeeth New Law College Pune. Edited by Naina Agarwal.
The Doctrine of Frustration originated from Roman law. It deals with the impossibility of contract performance or any unsuccessful transactions, which could not be completed due to any reason, which is beyond the control of parties.

Regulation Of Cryptocurrency In India

This Blog is written by Yash Yadav from Alliance University, Bengaluru. Edited by Prakriti Dadsena.
This article would revolve around the situation of Cryptocurrency in India as earlier cryptocurrency was banned by the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) in April 2018 and it was considered illegal but later the ban was removed. Currently, in India, cryptocurrency is legal and every ordinary Indian person can in India purchase and sell this cryptocurrency.

Guidelines For Movement Of Indian Nationals Stranded Abroad

This Blog is written by Anamika Singh from KIIT School of Law, Odisha. Edited by Prakriti Dadsena.
Home Ministry has issued Standard Operating Procedure – SOP for movement of Indian nationals stranded outside the country and also for persons stranded in India who are desirous to travel abroad for urgent reasons. As per the SOPs, the priority will be given for travel from abroad to compelling cases in distress, including migrant workers who have been laid off.

Pradhan Mantri Vaya Vandana Yojana

This Blog is written by Bhumi Sharma from Amity Law School, Madhya Pradesh. Edited by Ravikiran Shukre.
Pradhan Mantri Vaya Vandana Yojana (PMVVY) is a Pension Plan for Senior Citizens managed and operated by the Life Insurance Corporation (LIC). The scheme provides for an assured return of 8% percent per annum payable monthly (equivalent to 8.3% per annum) for 10 years.

Loan Moratorium

This Blog is written by Sakshi Sahoo from KIIT School of Law, Odisha. Edited by Saradarasagnya Oleti.
The word moratorium has its origin from the Latin word ‘mora’, which means delay and the word loan has its Germanic origin from the word ‘German Lehn’, which means to lend. Loan moratorium can be phrased as the period of relaxation that is given to the borrower after taking a loan where he does not need to repay the loan.

Coal And Mineral Demand During Covid-19

This Blog is written by Ayushi Aggrawal  from University of Petroleum and Energy Studies, Dehradun. Edited by Harshita Yadav.
The natural resources or the “gifts of nature” are essential raw materials for modern economies that boost and ensure stable as well as progressive growth of the economy. India has a huge amount of natural resources due to its geographical location;

Supreme Court On Judicial Review Of Laws Falling Under Ninth Schedule: Analysis

This Blog is written by Punit Agrawal  from Narsee Monjee Institute of Management Studies, Indore. Edited by Debargha Mukherjee.
A list of central and state laws which cannot be challenged in courts is provided for under the Ninth Schedule. 284 such laws under the above schedule are currently shielded from judicial review. In 1951, when the constitution was first amended, this Schedule became a part of the Constitution.

NGO’s ‘Substantially Financed’ By Government Will Come Under The RTI Act, 2005

This Blog is written by Debargha Mukherjee from Indian Law Society’s Law College, Pune. Edited by Harsh Sonbhadra.
The Right to Information Act, 2005 was enacted to bring transparency in public dealings and righteousness in public life. It was regarded as democracy necessitates an informed community and transparency of information which are essential to its operative.

Covid-19: No Work No Pay

This Blog is written by Yashendra from National Law University, Delhi.  Edited by Harsh Sonbhadra.
Jobs in the government sector are always considered prominent, promising, and reputed in Indian society. It has established repute due to various benefits that the government offers to its employees. These benefits include but are not limited to post-retirement benefits, paid leaves, and reimbursement of medical expenses.

Plea Regarding Protection Of Migrant Workers

This Blog is written by Ved Prakash Amrit from Central University of South Bihar, Gaya.  Edited by Srishti Tiwari.
A migrant is “any one that lives quickly or for good in an exceedingly country wherever he or she was not born” Migrants leave one place for an additional in search of a good living or higher education, to flee abuse, or just to be near to family or friends. Migration is associate degree ancient and natural human response to hunger, deprivation, abuse, war, or natural disaster.

Scope Of Remand Under Order XLI Rule 23

This Blog is written by Pranjali Pandya from DS-NLU, Visakhapatnam. Edited by Shelal Lodhi Rajput.
It is to be noted that the Higher/Appellant Court will always “remand” to the Lower/Trial Court. Sometimes what happens in the Lower Court, say for example – A person had filed a plaint before the Lower Court and defendant had in response to the plaint have filed a written statement.