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Custodial Violence: In The Light Of Case Laws & International Conventions

Custodial Violence And The Abuse of Power The term custodial violence includes death, torture and other forms of violence in police custody. Custodial violence has emerged as a major concern of human rights in the ongoing period. However, Custodial violence is not a new phenomenon and it has been going through from a very long…
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July 23, 2020 0

Circumstantial Evidence [With Case Laws]

CIRCUMSTANTIAL EVIDENCE Person who commits crime try to lay their plot in secret. They execute it ruthlessly under the cover of secrecy or darkness. They quiet their victims altogether and do not leave any trial of evidence behind. In such instances, the main event will have to be reconstructed before the Court with the help…
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July 19, 2020 0

Weekly Supreme Court Judgments Digest [12th July to 19th July]

WEEKLY NOTABLE JUDGMENTS OF THE SUPREME COURT: – Relief to PwD: The SC Bench headed by Justice Rohinton Fali Nariman has observed that people suffering from disabilities are also socially backward and are thus entitled to same relief as given to SC/ ST candidates. (Aryan Raj vs. Chandigarh Administration) – Right to escheat: The SC…
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July 19, 2020 1

An Insight Into Citizenship Amendment Act 2019

On 12th December 2019, President Ramnath Kovind has given nod to the Citizen Amendment Bill that subsequently became an act. It was passed against the will of some citizens which created tension atmosphere all over the country. ,The Citizenship (Amendment) Act, 2019 amends the old Citizenship Act 1955. The new act, i.e., Citizenship Amendment Act, 2019…
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July 19, 2020 0

Jagannath Rath Yatra: Throwing Light On Impact Of Allowing Yatra & Right To Freedom Of Religion

Was Allowing the Jagannath Rath Yatra a Tickling Bomb Amdist COVID-19? In these unprecedented, times when the whole world is trying their best to tackle the dissemination of COVID-19 pandemic, controversy related to the Puri Jagannath Rath Yatra (Hereinafter ‘the yatra’), has generated concerning the right to freedom of religion. The Supreme court of India…
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July 18, 2020 0

Legal Trendsetters Presents Webinar on “Constitutional Rights, Constitutional Duties & Emphasis On Writ Power”

Topic- “Constitutional Rights, Constitutional Duties and emphasis on Writ Power” Objective: * Concept writs. * To create more awareneness about right and duties . About the Eminent Speaker:- KAPIL SANKHLA (Advocate of Supreme Court of India) *Date:20th july,2020 *TIME: 2:30PM *Platform : Youtube • What students will gain out of the webinar lecture:- * To…
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July 17, 2020 0