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Legal Aid Society, Campus Law Centre, University of Delhi

Same-Sex Marriage- An unfinished journey

The author, Mr.Apurb Lal, is an eminent practising advocate at the Supreme Court of India The notions regarding the LGBTQIA+ community have been bifurcated into two groups- its advocates and opponents. As the Supreme Court of India in its final verdict, by the ratio of 3:2, refused to legalise same-sex marriage in India, the 366-page…
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November 19, 2023 0

Safeguarding the Rights of Prisoners in India: Re-Inhuman Conditions in 1382 Prisons, 2016

The author, Samridhi Chugh, is a second year student and a Senior Editor at Awaaz, at the Campus Law Centre “Are prisoners persons? Yes, of course. To answer in the negative is to convict the nation and the Constitution of dehumanization and to repudiate the world legal order…” – Supreme Court in  Sunil Batra (II)…
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October 28, 2023 0

Constitutionalising Silence: Bijoe Emmanuel v. State of Kerala

The author is Tanuj Upadhyay, a third year student at the Campus Law Centre, and the Contributory Editor at Awaaz.   What does it mean to say one has a right to freedom of speech and expression? Is the right to freedom of religion an uneasy compromise with the idea of unity? What happens when…
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October 12, 2023 0

Criminalisation of Marital Rape in India: A Distinct Dream

The author, Akshita Sharma, is a first year law student at Symbiosis Law School, Pune.   Introduction  In the 21st century where technological evolutions have peaked, globalization has resulted in the massive interconnectedness of all and the broad interrogation of the old age patriarchal structures have resulted in a change yet some deep stereotypical practices…
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August 17, 2023 0

Call for Blogs

The Call for Blogs is attached here Awaaz PDF.

April 28, 2023 0