“With genetic engineering, we will be able to increase the complexity of our DNA, and improve the human race. But it will be a slow process, because one will have to wait about 18 years to see the effect of … Continue reading Designer Babies and the Cradle of Legal Framework
Introduction: The Founding fathers of Indian constitution had chosen the parliamentary Democracy for the governance of the India. The basic foundation of democracy was to maintain the equality in the society and to create an environment where the civil society … Continue reading Imbalance in Indian Democracy: cultural, political, and economic equality?
Central Jails in Delhi witnessed the deaths of 32 inmates in 2020 as per the data received by LiveLaw through applications filed under the Right To Information Act. This figure reflects the data from 14 out of 16 central jails … Continue reading Custodial Deaths In Delhi Prisons: High Rate of Suicide, Inquests Delayed Due To Lockdown
INTRODUCTION After China reportedly constructed a public toilet over a mosque that was razed in the Atush region of Xinjiang province, almost a month later on 7 July 2020, a group of Uyghur exiles urged the International Criminal Court (ICC) … Continue reading Uyghur Muslims in China: A Call for Action by the International Community
INTRODUCTION Delhi became the capital of British India in 1911. After Independence, this status as capital continued, but Delhi came to be known as ‘sui generis’ or a class apart. Through the evolution of case laws and legislations, it is … Continue reading The Tussle for Delhi: A study on the evolution of Administration of Delhi
ORIGINS OF EXPERT EVIDENCE: THE INDIAN EVIDENCE ACT James Fitzjames Stephen has been given credit for drafting an exhaustive Evidence Act, one that many say was ahead of its time. It is definitely a testament to the drafters that the … Continue reading Expert Evidence: Moving Forward in Pursuit of Justice