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Landmark Judgements on Cruelty as a Ground for Divorce

INTRODUCTION "Cruelty is all out of ignorance. If you knew what was in store for you, you wouldn't hurt anybody, because whatever you do comes...

Media Trial – Essential or Ethical?

Introduction Media Trial a circumstance of declaring the accused as a convict even before the real judgment is delivered by the court. Media is considered...

Is there a need for Uniform Civil Code?

“I see women around me. I see a fear, of walking out of her home, of walking into her home! Uniform Civil Code promises to destroy...

Doctrine of Liability of Holding Out in Partnership Act, 1932

Introduction According to the ‘Doctrine of estoppel’, mentioned in section 115 of Indian Evidence act, a person is prevented or ‘estopped’ from contradicting his previous...

Injunction: Temporary Injunction vs Permanent Injunction

Introduction to Injunction An injunction is a letter issued by an equity judge in a plaintiff's case, addressed to a defendant in the case, or...

Union Public Service Commission under Indian Constitution

Introduction Civil servants play an important role in successfully managing a country at multiple level. Therefore, recruitment, education, training, emoluments, service conditions, promotion policies, etc....

Right To Die in India

Introduction In ancient times, critically ill patients were expected to die a natural death which was also considered morally and ethically suitable. In such cases, extra-ordinary medical...

Police case diary under CrPC: Section 172

Introduction Under the provision of Section 172 Cr.P.C., every Police Officer conducting the investigation shall maintain a record of investigation done on each day in...

The Concept of Dharma in Indian Jurisprudence

Introduction  Dharma is a vital idea with different implications in Indian religions, like Hinduism, Buddhism, Jainism, Sikhism and others. The idea of dharma was at...

 Animal Rights in India

Introduction Animals have been undergoing cruelty by humans for ages not only in India but also in the entire world when people found that animals...

Res Subjudice and Res Judicata : Nature, Scope and Objective

Meaning Res means all the right things that make up a topic in a particular story. In Latin, the word Sub-judice means ‘under a judge’...

Doctrine of Consideration and Privity of Contract

What is a Contract? Before delving into the doctrine of privity and consideration, it is imperative to understand the meaning of a contract. The term ‘Contract’...

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The Law Express x Enhelion National Article Writing Competition

The Law Express is a platform that provides apropos insights on the current legal happenings around the world. We offer explicit legal news, judgments,...

Federalism in India

Introduction Federalism derives from the Latin term "foedus," which meaning "covenant, agreement, or treaty." Federalism is a principle that outlines a governance system in which...

Envisaging a Better Sanitation Policy in India – Sanitation Policy Analysis

INTRODUCTION India's high emphasis on hygiene has led to greater toilets availability as well as waste network: between 2014 and 2019, the “Swachh Bharat Mission”...

Mandatory Vaccination: Meddling with the Golden Triangle?

Introduction Concerns related to ‘job security’ are being raised worldwide at a time when various countries are considering mandatory vaccination for workers. The United Kingdom...

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