Volume 1 Issue 7


Authored by:

Ms. Yukta Kesarwani

BBA LL.B (H) Student

Amity Law School, Lucknow


Police and Its Working: Analysis Based on Tripura

In The police act, 1861, everything a person needs to know about working of police like duties, responsibilities, obligations, rights, penalty, etc., is mentioned in the act. It not only talks about their several duties and functions but their hierarchy is also given under the act. In this particular piece of article, I have given brief information on police working especially in the context of Tripura with an objective to highlight various issues related to corruption, mental frustration, job satisfaction, gender pay gap, etc. The status of Tripura is almost equal to that of the entire nation. The above problems don’t exist only in Tripura but in every corner of the country. The major problem is “Corruption” which needs to be dealt with immediately as people are being exploited and losing their faith in the justice system....



Authored by:

Mr. Ayush Tyagi 

Law Student

Asian Law College, Noida



Co-Authored by:

Ms. Astha Gupta

Law Student

Asian Law College, Noida


Evaluating the Efficacy and Short-comings of the POCSO Act, 2012

Child Sexual Abuse is an alarming reality and is being increasingly reported in India as well as globally. India has a comprehensive framework of rights and guarantees that have been made in favour of children across a vast range of legal enactments, from the Constitution on the one hand to the Indian Penal Code, 1860 and other statutes like The Protection of Children from Sexual Offences, 2012 (POCSO) on the other. Before the enactment of POCSO Act, 2012, there was no specific statute for the protection of children from sexual offences in India. The offence of child abuse was prosecuted under the Indian Penal Code, 1860 but due its inadequacy to deal with child sexual abuse the protection of children from sexual offences, 2012 (POCSO) was enacted.... 


Authored by:

Ms. Yashana Malhotra 

Law Student

University of Petroleum and Energy Studies



Co-Authored by:

Mr. Shivansh Pathak

Law Student

ICFAI University, Dehradun


Feminism in Indian Perspective

Feminism has deviated from the basic notion of equality of men and women and has come down contemptuously from personal remarks to negate everything said or done by ‘men’. This understanding of feminism will simply impede the anticipated progress and delay in desired justice for half of the humanity. Feminism is the advocacy of women’s rights on the grounds of equality of sexes. It initiated in the west, exhibited throughout the world and was exemplified by countless people and institutions committed to action on belief of women’s rights and interests. These qualities are treated as inferior, and exclusively womanly and hence cannot make their stand in the conventional patriarchal social order. For this reason a dilemmatic situation arises here. My effort is to show that this dilemma cannot be exposed in the sense of gender specific human qualities..... 


Authored by:

Mr. Abhinaba Pal 

Fourth Year Law Student

ICFAI Law School, Hyderabad


A Brief Study on Cyber-Crime and Cyber Laws of India

In today’s era, most of the things and official works are done over the World Wide Web starting form online web browsing to online transaction. As the web is a worldwide platform, every citizens have access globally to every information from anywhere. Few people have the intention of doing criminal activities like unauthorized access to other networks, online scams, etc. These kind of criminal activities is termed as cyber-crime. In order to punish the offender (i.e cyber-criminal), provisions of Cyber law were introduced. Cyber law deals with the legal systems over Cyberspace, internet and other legal matters. Cyber laws encompasses many subtopics by covering a broader area as well as access and utilization of the resources available over the internet. Generally, it is the law of the web.....



Authored by:

Ms. Ananya K N

Law Student

Symbiosis Law School, Hyderabad


The Strife of Tony Last Subjected to the Societal and Cultural Issues in Evelyn Waugh's

"A Handful of Dust"

"A Handful of Dust” by Evelyn Waugh 1934 novel, talks about the author’s strife pertained to the central character Tony Last within the novel’s extent among the community during the 1900s. Evelyn Waugh in this critic displays a gloomy scenario of the modernist community then and it's crowd with the focus of disclosing the “human selfishness and self- delusion (Ward, 2008)”. In a broad way, the author channels his disparagement which headed the numerous facets of communal life prevalent in those types. The bare plot of A Handful of Dust does not seem to promise a symbolic vision. Without intending to do so, Tony invites John Beaver to a weekend at his country seat; the result is that Lady Brenda runs off to London to be with Beaver. After their son John dies in a riding accident, Brenda Last determines to divorce Tony.... 


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Authored by:

Ms. Jagriti 

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Email ID: Jagritisadana0786@gmail.com


From Aliens to Humans:

An Unblended Journey

Ghosts can exist but community like LGBT cannot or it’s a syndrome because same sex can’t develop feelings for each other. Those were some stigmatic thoughts through which the struggle of ten years finally achieved success, as the Section 377 of Indian Penal Code, 1860 was stated unconstitutional “in so far as it criminalizes consensual sexual conduct between adults of the same sex” on the remarkable date of 6th September, 2018. The emphasis on the unique being of an individual is the salt of his/her life. Denial of self-expression is inviting death. Irreplaceability of individuality and identity is grant of respect to self. The right to privacy and the protection of sexual orientation lies at the core of the fundamental rights guaranteed by Articles 14, 15 and 21 of the constitution....



Authored by:

Ms. Ashi Dixit

Second Semester Law Student

Christ deemed to be University,

Delhi NCR


Dowry - An Everlasting Phase

The Dowry system is one of the systems whose roots are so deep inside the whole of India. Dowry is the system where there is the transfer of property, clothes, automobiles, money, jewellery, furniture etc. It is like saying that these things are given in favour of giving their daughter to another man to take care of. It is accepted that all the property’s owners are men and therefore this settlement is the other way if somehow man’s property is lost so with this the girl can be safe.

Through this paper of mine I would like to highlight the condition of those who gives a dowry or who still believes in this dowry system even in this modern world .The of one observe when we will go in the wedding that a the father of the bride is giving some money or some property to the groom and even after the Dowry prohibition Act 1961 what is the condition in today's world.... 



Authored by:

Ms. Mahee Vohra

Law Student

Symbiosis Law School, Hyderabad


Understanding the Principle of Res Gestae and Its Global Implementation

The law of evidence has application in criminal as well as civil proceedings and hence not only impacts the judicial process but also plays a vital role in determining the fate of the parties involved in the case. The various principles and doctrines under the law of evidence are in place to ensure that both parties have the opportunity to present their best case while not exploiting the laws to get a favourable outcome.

The Principle of Res Gestae is one such grey area in the law of evidence which acts as an exception to the rules of admissibility of evidence. It allows the admission of even non-verbal acts which may indicate the guilt or innocence of the accused and hence can often be the determining factor for giving a verdict.... 


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Authored by:

Mr. Niral Choudhary

First Year B.B.A. LL.B (H) Law Student

Navrachana University

Email ID: Niralchoudhary@gmail.com


The Need for Modern Reservation System in India

On 7th of August 1990, a historic decision was made by the then prime minister V.P. Singh that changed Indian politics and the way of ensuring social justice. An announcement was made of 27% reservation to be provided in central government services and public sector. The establishment of Mandal Commission had taken place on 1st January 1979 under the leadership of Janata party Government under Prime Minister Morarji Desai.... 



Authored by:

Mr. Dipendra Singh Tomar

First Year B.A. LL.B (H) Law Student

Alliance School of Law, Bangalore

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The Plight of Migrant Labourers - During Covid 19 in India:

A Socio-Legal Analysis

Every city, state, and country has some migrant labourers who migrated from their hometown in the hope to live a good and respectable life. Some of these migrant labourers migrated with their full family in planning to live their remaining life in the migrated city. Some of them live in very extreme conditions during normal days also because they don’t have any other option. The situation gets worse when they hear about coronavirus and when a lockdown is declared by the prime minister of Indian these are the people who face the most trouble after the lockdown was declared. As the days pass, their condition gets worse day by day and when the companies and factories where they work on a daily basis start cutting their salaries/ wages their condition becomes worse than we can imagine and because of the salary cut their whole family gets affected....