Volume 1 Issue 5


Authored by:

Ms. Kajal Sharma

Fourth Year Law Student

Gitarattan International Business School

Email ID: Kajalsharma811@gmail.com


Legal Aspects


Homosexuality in India

This article examines gay marriages in India as an unresolved conflict that has been effectively concealed. It also aims to understand and justify different facets of homosexuality, such as its development, social attitudes and responses to such relationships, and various landmark judgments. Marriages are considered sacred, consecrated, pious as per India's traditions and culture, which explicitly also provides that marriage is a union just between a man and woman.... 

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Authored by:

Mr. Tarun Satya

Ms. Sejal Phatak

Law Students

Email ID: Tarunsatya123@gmail.com


Taxations for Speculators:

Assessing Tax Consequences and Its Effect

Speculative Business is one where there is no intention of taking delivery of the contract. The intention is not to invest but to earn profits from fluctuations in prices of the stock. My research paper would be focusing on the Speculative Business from a taxation point of view. Income Tax Act,1961 has made provisions relating to different heads of income namely Income from Salary, Income from House property, Income from Capital Gains, income from Profits and Gains of Business.... 


Authored by:

Ms. Mansi Rana

Law Student

VSLLS, Vivekananda Institute of

Professional Studies, Delhi 

Email ID: Rmansi53@gmail.com


Female Foeticide in India:

A Social Evil

In India, the birth of a son is preferred over the birth of a daughter. It is important for a developing country that both male and female citizens grow equally. Without one the growth of another would be hindered as both need to go side-by-side. Even today, many people do not appreciate the birth of a girl child and implement the practice of Female Infanticide and sex- selective abortions preferably Female Foeticide.... 


Authored by:

Ms. Muskaan Halani

 B.A. LL.B (H) Third Year Student

SVKM's NMIMS, Law School, Mumbai 

Email ID: Muskaanhalni@gmail.com


Interpretation Perspective With Regards to Right to Life


Right to Die

When a person decides to die, it is never an easy decision because basic human instinct is survival, we try everything in our power in order to ensure that we do not hurt or harm ourselves. Therefore the decision to die is only taken due to a mental illness or when the suffering in life makes it impossible to live a normal life and there is no chance of recovery. This is when euthanasia is discussed.... 

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Authored by:

Ms. Vaakshi Pillai


Christ (Deemed to be University), Bangalore 

Email ID: Vaakshi16@gmail.com


An Analysis of Bid Rigging in India With Reference to U.K., USA, and EU

A Dissertation

This Dissertation will help you in bringing the outcome of sustained research. Bid- Rigging provided the opportunity to explore and produce something uniquely Indian, but sprinkled with international flavours. The subject proved challenging, more so because of the kind of extensive scholarship on the topic available in advanced jurisdictions. It was indeed an arduous task to deliver a work good enough to further the cause of critical authorship in the field of competition law in India. The thesis tries to give a detailed account of the Indian anti-cartel provisions that were brought into force in the year 2009... 

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Authored by:

Ms. Madhuri Mittal

 BBA LL.B (H) Second Year Student

Amity Law School, Noida 

Email ID: Madhurimittal10@gmail.com


Religious Freedom of Women with Reference to Sabarimala Case

A country like India has diversity in religious beliefs and practices. The Preamble of the Constitution of India mentions that India is a secular and sovereign nation. India acts as birthplace to many religions including Hinduism, Buddhism, Jainism and Sikhism. 2011 census report shows that many new religions have originated and few foreign religions have flourished in the country. “This data shows that 80.5% adheres to Hinduism, 13.4% adheres to Islam, 2.3% adheres to Christianity, 1.9 % adheres to Sikhism, 0.8% adheres to Buddhism 1% and 0.4% of population follow Jainism”... 


Authored by:

Ms. Aakriti Gupta

BBA LL.B (H) Student

Amity Law School, Noida 

Email ID: Aakritigupta0999@gmail.com


Problem(s) faced by disabled Children and their family 

The attitude of the society has been taken a from negative to the positive way towards the mentally retarded or the challenged and disabled children. People become more aware about the problems and talk about the problems in a mature manner. Nowadays people become more educated and sympathetic towards this type of topic.

This talks about the problem faced by the mentally challenged and disabled children as well as what problem faced by their parents... 


Authored by:

Ms. Shreya Shukla

Law Student 

Email ID: Shuklashreya10112001@gmail.com

Contact: +91- 950605****


Right to Privacy

Privacy may be a basic right, essential to autonomy and therefore the protection of human Dignity , serving because the foundation upon which several alternative human rights areas are engineered.

The rules that shield privacy offer the U.S. the flexibility to claim our rights within the face of great power imbalances. As a result ,privacy is a necessary method we tend to ask for to shield ourselves and society against impulsive and undue use of power ,by reducing what are often identified concerning U.S.A. and done to U.S.A. ,while protective U.S.A. from others United Nations agency may need to exert management...


Authored by:

Mr. Rahul Mehta

Law Student 

Email ID: Rahulsanjaymehta@gmail.com

Contact: +91-816971****


Rule of Law in India

The core requirement of the rule of law is that citizens and government officials should act consistent with and be bound by the law. There exists two definitions of the rule of law, the first one being the thin definition that has been explained above. It represents a common baseline and is amenable to a broad range of societies as well as systems. The thick version on the other hand believes that regulations must be indiscriminately and should further serve a general public interest. 1The paper is divided into three parts, the first one being whether the legislature's delegation of law making power to the executive is acting in contradiction to the rules and principles of the rule of law... 


Authored by:

Mr. Hardik Maurya

B.A. LL.B (Hons.) Third Year Student 

University School of Law and Legal Studies, GGSIP University, Delhi

Email ID: Maurya.hardik@gmail.com


Free Speech and Contempt of Court: Where to Draw the Line

What is freedom of speech and expression? What does freedom of speech and expression mean in a diverse country like India? Many times we use this freedom of speech and expression as a bulwark in our daily lives. Article 19(1)(a) of the Indian Constitution provides that  all citizens have the right to freedom of speech and expression...