The Supreme Court of India on March 22, 2017, made a mark in history by declaring the practice of Triple Talaq as unconstitutional by 3:2 majority. The court said that it violates the fundamental rights of Muslim women as it … Continue reading A case for a BAN ON POLYGAMY in India after the Landmark Triple Talaq Judgement
Personal Laws and Customs are integral to societal behaviour and norms. Invalidating them vide avenues of Legal Fiction often results in intruding into the lives of citizens, thereby eroding their faith in the system. Certain customs seem to be exemplary … Continue reading Conundrum of Modification and Application of Personal Law, Customs, and Religious Doctrines in Society
The emanation of new precedents on Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code, 2016 (IBC) gives us a clear and lucid picture of what the code aims to achieve. However, it is incumbent to interpret the devised principles in the context they were … Continue reading Liquidation under IBC 2016: Proceeding against Guarantor’s Assets?
28/04/2018 1:35 am Dear Diary, “To keep your marriage brimming, with love in the loving cup, whenever you’re wrong, admit it; Whenever you’re right, shut up.” Here’s a picture that I’ve attached, that goes back to my first night. I … Continue reading 28/04/2018. Dear diary… (On Restitution of Conjugal Rights)
“As time and science move forward, the law struggles to keep pace while, at the same time, resisting change in order to maintain stability.” Human embryonic stem cells (HES cells) is the most sensational discussed topic in present form not … Continue reading Patent on Human Embryonic Stem Cells: A Critical Legal Study
Right to Privacy was never incorporated in the Indian Constitution nor has been provided by any Ordinary law in India. The Judicial interpretations, as well as the development of the law, has led to the emergence of this right, which … Continue reading Analysing the Judicial Development of Privacy Law