IntroductionThis is a question that has been bothering law aspirants and law students for a very long time. NLUs are the National law universities of the country which are the IIT equivalent for law students. There are more than 20 NLUs in India whic ..
IntroductionCriminal law is a discipline of law which deals with crimes or offences and their punishments. Most of the criminal law is codified in India and is established by statues and presidents. Objectives of criminal law can be narrowed down int ..
INTRODUCTIONPresent in part 3 of the constitution, article 14, article 19, and article 21 forms the golden triangle of the Indian Constitution. All three of these articles are essential to understand the fundamental rights and the basic structure of ..
BACKGROUNDThe internet world was left astounded when this case came before the spotlight. A woman in Punjab moved to the High Court in Chandigarh for legal actions against Prince Harry Middleton for not fulfilling his promise to marry her and she eve ..
IntroductionOn 1st April 2021, the Gujarat state assembly passes the freedom of religion bill of 2021 with majority which seeks to penalize forcible and fraudulent religious conversion by marriage, and it would amend the 2003 act of freedom and relig ..
Land has always been a very controversial and disputed topic in India, in the context of cultural as well as legal point of view. Land is indeed a property which can be brought and sold like any other property, but the rules and regulations are diffe ..
IntroductionIn legal context, evidence means anything that can be admitted by a court to prove or disprove alleged matters of any facts in a trial. Section 3 of the Indian evidence act, 1872 categorises evidence into two heads - one being the 'or ..
Below are 40 Landmark Judgments on Article 21 of The Constitution of India with short briefs on the ratio of all the cases pertaining to 'Right to Life and Liberty' ..