In response to a public interest litigation, Delhi High Court in Praveen Kumar Chaudhary v. Election Commission of India has reaffirmed that prisoners do not have a right to vote, thereby upholding the constitutional validity of Section 62(5) of the … Continue reading Should Prisoners Have A Right to Vote?
Introduction Recently the Hon’ble Supreme Court in the case of Vinod Kumar Garg (S) v. State (Government Of National Capital Territory Of Delhi), took into consideration the previously decided cases on the matter and held that, once it is proved … Continue reading Guilty until proven innocent?: A critical analysis of Section 20 of Prevention of Corruption Act
In today’s society you will find many couples desperate to annul (putting an end) their marriage on the basis that it had not been consummated. Britney Spears hit the headlines a few years back for annulling her Vegas wedding on … Continue reading Consummation of Marriage, Not as easy as you think: Analyzing Non-consummation as a ground to annul Marriage
The COVID-19 Pandemic cannot be used as a reason to arbitrarily de-legitimize the BLM protests. George Floyd’s death has reignited the Black Lives Matter (BLM) movement and brought it back into the limelight of media and politics. Protests across … Continue reading Black Lives Matter & COVID 19 – Legitimizing the Protest
Introduction: What are Restricted Stock Units? Restricted Stock Units (RSUs) are a kind of performance based employee compensation granted by companies, that entitles the employee to the shares of the company (or in some cases, cash equivalent of the shares) … Continue reading Restricted Stock Units: Whether ESOPs or Not?
“Solutions are often a gateway to more problems..” The menace of the Corona Virus has hit the world with an unforeseen and ungauged force. It has infected over 16 million people and killed 654,000. This has created mass hysteria as … Continue reading Dibs on COVID-19 Vaccine: Is the World Ready?