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Hidden Realities: A Closer Look At Prostitution In India

  Varsha Rajesh   29 March 2024 at 11:11

KEY TAKEAWAYS Prostitution is frequently viewed as a necessary evil in India. There are many variables that drive a woman to become a prostitute, but two of the most important ones are poverty and unemployment. An important piece of legislation in In ..

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Equal Justice For All: Unveiling The Power Of Article 14

  Varsha Rajesh   27 March 2024 at 11:57

KEY TAKEAWAYS The preamble to our constitution, Chapter Three, discusses ensuring equality, liberty, and justice for all its residents. The interpretation and application of Article 14 have evolved over time through various judicial pronouncements. A ..

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Breaking Barriers: The Evolution Of Equality In Hindu Succession

  Varsha Rajesh   21 March 2024 at 11:16

KEY TAKEAWAYS The Indian Parliament passed the Hindu Succession Act, 1956 to modernize, codify, and secularize the laws governing intestate, or unwilled, succession among Hindus, Buddhists, Jains, and Sikhs. The 174th Law Commission Report's reco ..

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Broadening Liberties: Navigating The Legal Landscape Of Cannabis In India

  Varsha Rajesh   19 March 2024 at 12:40

KEY TAKEAWAYS Cannabis, also known as marijuana, weed, pot, or Ganja, is a genus of flowering plants that belong to the Cannabaceae family. The legality of cannabis in India is a complex and evolving issue, shaped by cultural, legal, medical, and soc ..

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Civil And Criminal Defamation - A Crime Against Honor

  Varsha Rajesh   13 March 2024 at 12:52

KEY TAKEAWAYS Defamation is the act of conveying false proclamations about an individual that harm the reputation of that individual when seen through the eyes of a layman. Defamation is an offence under both civil and criminal law. In civil and crim ..

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Ex-Parte Decree - When one does not appear

  Varsha Rajesh   08 March 2024 at 12:43

KEY TAKEAWAYS A court ruling made in favour of one party when the other is not present or has not had a chance to participate in the proceedings is known as an ex-parte order. An ex-parte order can be set aside by the party it was made against by mak ..

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Economic Abuse Of Women-the Silent Villain

  Varsha Rajesh   07 March 2024 at 11:43

KEY TAKEAWAYS The denial of all financial or economic resources to which the harmed party is legally entitled is known as economic abuse. Various factors contribute to economic abuse such as patriarchy, lack of education, lack of equal opportunities, ..

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Abortion In India – Keep Abortion Safe And Legal!

  Varsha Rajesh   06 March 2024 at 11:47

KEY TAKEAWAYS Abortion is the termination of a pregnancy by removal or expulsion of an embryo or foetus. In India, there are 48.1 million pregnancies annually, of which nearly half are unwanted. Abortion occurs in two thirds of all unplanned pregnanc ..

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Independence And Impartiality Of Indian Judiciary – Justice Is Blind-or, Is It, Actually?

  Varsha Rajesh   28 February 2024 at 11:26

KEY TAKEAWAYS The judiciary's independence means that the legislature and executive branches of government cannot impede its ability to carry out their respective functions and prevent it from doing justice. Judges ought to be immune from any res ..

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Quasi-contracts – The Importance Of Good Faith In Performance

  Varsha Rajesh   24 February 2024 at 11:27

KEY TAKEAWAYSA court may impose quasi-contracts to ensure that a dispute involving several parties with competing interests, in the absence of a formal contract, is settled as equitably as feasible.Sections 68 to 72 of the Indian Contract Act of 1872 ..

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