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March 2, 2022 4

ध्रुव-तारा और उनका जादूई पत्थर (A Booklet on Child Abuse and Safety)

Dhruv-Tara and their magical stone Download : Book on Child Safety


February 21, 2022 1

Dhruv-Tara and their magical stone (A Booklet on Child Abuse and Safety)

  Download : Booklet on Child Abuse and Safety


February 21, 2022 3

FIXED TERM EMPLOYMENT: SOCIO-ECONOMIC SIGNIFICANCE AND CONSTITUTIONAL VALIDITY

 By Krishnagopal Abhay and Neha Chauhan (Krishnagopal Abhay is a II year student of LL.B. at Campus Law Centre, University of Delhi and Neha Chauhan is a final year student of M.A. Economics at Jawaharlal Nehru University.) Introduction With 29 central labour and employment enactments being subsumed under four codes, our country saw a comprehensive…
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June 3, 2021 27

EVOLVING NOTIONS OF FREEDOM OF PRESS AND MEDIA TRIAL

On the occasion of Constitution Day, 2020, the Legal Aid Society, Campus Law Centre and Awaaz- The Blog organised an article writing competition for students of all disciplines across universities in India. This article won the first prize. By Yashdeep Lakra [Yashdeep Lakra is a student of B.A. LL.B. (Hons.) at University School of Law…
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April 15, 2021 1

INDIA’S HIDE & SEEK WITH TORTURE

 By Mili Budhiraja [Mili Budhiraja is a II year student of LL.B. at the Faculty of Law, University of Delhi.] Torture of a human being by another human being is essentially an instrument to impose the will of the ‘strong’ over the ‘weak’ by suffering                    …
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February 8, 2021 24

FEMALE GENITAL CUTTING IN INDIAN JURISPRUDENCE: NEGLECTING ATROCITIES

 By Ananya Mago [Ananya Mago is a II year student of B.A. L.L.B. (Hons.) at University School of Law and Legal Studies, Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University, New Delhi.] An Introduction On 2 May 2020, in a move that was unfortunately nothing short of historic, Sudan criminalized female genital mutilation, or as is preferred by activists and…
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December 5, 2020 6

‘LOVE-JIHAD’ IN INDIA: A REALITY CHECK

 By Kanika Chugh [Kanika Chugh is a third year student of B.A. LL.B (Hons.) at National Law University and Judicial Academy, Assam.] Introduction A video of a man being attacked with a pickaxe went viral on the internet, in which after the first blow he manages to ask, ‘What did I do?’ His attacker not…
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September 28, 2020 1

UNLAWFUL ACTIVITIES (PREVENTION) ACT: A ROSE BY ANY OTHER NAME

 By Abhimanyu Chauhan and Vasudha Singh [Abhimanyu Chauhan and Vasudha Singh are penultimate year students of LL.B. at Campus Law Centre, Faculty of Law, University of Delhi.] Introduction The history of preventive detention in India extends as far back as 1818, when the Bengal State Prisoners Regulation Act [i] was enacted by the East India…
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August 2, 2020 3

IS ILLITERACY A MENACE TO PEDESTRIANS? AN ANALYSIS

 By Dhriti Mitra and Treenok Guha [Dhriti Mitra and Treenok Guha are fourth and third year (respectively) students of BBA. LL.B. (Hons.) at Symbiosis Law School, Pune.] Prefatory The license cannot be issued for driving any kind of vehicle to an illiterate person, as he is virtually a menace for the pedestrians. [i] The aforementioned…
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July 17, 2020 0