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Legal Aid Society, Campus Law Centre, University of Delhi

RESTRAINING EMPLOYEES: ANALYSING THE ENFORCEABILITY OF NON-COMPETE CLAUSES OF INFOSYS

The author, Udai Yashvir Singh, is a II year student of B.A. LL.B. (Hons.) at National Law University, Delhi. Introduction In April 2022, Nascent Information Technology Employees Senate (‘NITES’), a Union of IT workers, complained to the Labour Ministry against the alleged “unethical and illegal” non-compete clause that Infosys imposes upon its employees. The clause…
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August 1, 2022 54

DEATH PENALTY SATISFYING SOCIETY’S CRY FOR JUSTICE: A CRITIQUE

The author, Sagar Soni, is a Contributing Editor at Awaaz and a final year student of LL.B. at Campus Law Centre, Faculty of Law, University of Delhi. Introduction On 9 May 1980, the Constitution Bench of the Hon’ble Supreme Court of India delivered a historic judgment on the issue of ‘Death Penalty in India’ in…
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July 17, 2022 18

Laxmibai Chandaragi B. And Anr. vs. The State Of Karnataka And Ors. [2021 SCC OnLine SC 85]

Coram: Sanjay Kishan Kaul, J. and Hrishikesh Roy, J. Facts: In the instant case, one Mr. Basappa Chandaragi lodged a complaint with the Murgod Police Station, Belagavi District, Karnataka stating that his daughter, Ms. Laxmibai Chandaragi, Petitioner No. 1 herein was missing since 14.10.2020. In pursuance to the complaint, an FIR of a missing person…
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June 27, 2022 14

The Russia-Ukraine Conflict, and the loophole it brought to light

The Russia-Ukraine Conflict, and the loophole it brought to light The author, Pratyush Pandey, is a fourth-year law student at Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law, Punjab.   Introduction H.G. Wells, in 1914, claimed that World War I would be “the war to end all war”. However, he has been proven wrong through a plethora of…
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June 27, 2022 12

MARITAL RAPE, A QUESTION OF CONSENT

The authors, Ms. Mahika Pant and Ms. Trisha Gupta, are final year students of LL.B. at Campus Law Centre, University of Delhi.   It is funny how a difference of 5 minutes before and after marriage can decide if a woman was raped or not. A split verdict given by a Division Bench of the…
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May 27, 2022 11

HIJAB BAN: BEYOND THE URGE TO MAINTAIN DECORUM

HIJAB BAN: BEYOND THE URGE TO MAINTAIN DECORUM This article has been written by Ms. Nida Khanam, a final year student of LL.B. at Campus Law Centre, University of Delhi. The ban on hijab for students and teachers in colleges in Karnataka in February had triggered a furore amid growing concerns regarding the attacks on…
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Right to Access Online Education Inclusive of Article 21A? Addressing the Digital Divide

Right to Access Online Education Inclusive of Article 21A? Addressing the Digital Divide   This article has been written by Mr. Iman Abdul Muizz, a final year student of B.A. LL.B. at Central University of Kashmir, Ganderbal.   INTRODUCTION ‘The Digital Divide’; an unprecedented crisis fostered by the deadly pandemic, resulted in education becoming ‘the…
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April 26, 2022 8

The Need for Consistent Transgender Policies in Sports

The Need for Consistent Transgender Policies in Sports   This Article has been written by Sneha Bhargava. The author is a second-year law student, pursuing B.A. LL.B. at O.P. Jindal Global University. Introduction: Transgender persons have historically been banned from participating in sports as they do not fall into society’s accepted male-female binary system. To…
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April 26, 2022 13

Nahar Singh vs. State of Uttar Pradesh and Another [Criminal Appeal No. 443 of 2022]

This case commentary has been written by Ms. Prerna Deep. She is a British Council GREAT Scholar, currently working as a Judicial Law Clerk at the Supreme Court of India. Introduction Section 190 of the Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973 (“CrPC”) empowers the Magistrates to take cognizance of criminal cases. A Magistrate can take cognizance of a…
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April 25, 2022 10

Repromulgation of Ordinance(s): A Constitutional Subterfuge

This article has been published by Sakshi Komal Dubey, II year student of law at Vivekananda Institute of Professional Studies, Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University. Repromulgation of Ordinance(s): A Constitutional Subterfuge “The principles of a free constitution, are irrecoverably lost when the legislative power is nominated by the executive.” ~ Edward Gibbon Introduction The unscathed…
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