From time immemorial, married women in India have been defencelessly enduring cruelty and domestic violence at the hands of men. Cruelty against women was difficult to prove and to make it worse, there was no specific law aiming to safeguard … Continue reading A dismal setback to sec. 498A IPC
This article has been written by Torsha Sarkar. Torsha is a third-year law student in National Law University Odisha. In 2014, the Supreme Court of India upheld the constitutional validity of section 499 of the Indian Penal Code (IPC), whereby … Continue reading The punishing hand of the court: Apex court upholds the constitutional validity of defamation as a criminal offence
This article is written by Simran Bhinder. Simran is a fourth-year law student at O P JINDAL GLOBAL UNIVERSITY. There are certain defining features of every legal document and every code of law. One of the major features of the … Continue reading The curse of the objective reasonable man on criminal law in India
This article is written by Shreya Bansal. Shreya is a commerce graduate from Shri Ram College Of Commerce and is currently pursuing Bachelors Of Law from Faculty Of Law, DU. In India marriage is considered as the sacred solemnization of a … Continue reading Marital Rape in India
Sedition, simply put, is any conduct or speech made that is intended to persuade others to oppose the State. The law of sedition was originally drafted by Thomas Macaulay but was only brought in India by the British to repress … Continue reading Everything you need to know about the Law Of Sedition
Marriage of a daughter is very essential and inevitable in Indian society that the parents are put under extreme pressure to meet any feasible demand to get their daughters married. The practice of dowry popularly known as dahej or daj … Continue reading Misuse of Section 498- A of Indian Penal Code: The Plight of Husbands and In-laws in India, What is the Solution?