I. Introduction The Indian government has been applauded for managing to restrict the outbreak of COVID-19 by imposing strict lockdown regulations. However, there are certain actions which have been rightly questioned for lacking basis and concrete reasoning one of which … Continue reading Examining PM-CARES through the three-fold test
Over the period, the jurisprudence on the Insolvency and Bankruptcy resolution in India has evolved quite a lot, but there still exist certain grey areas, which could be the factor for the biased way of treatment to the parties involved … Continue reading Unsettled Conundrum: Biased Treatment by an Unbiased Code
A Nation’s culture resides in the heart and soul of its people! Culture shapes our values, belief, norms and, to a great extent, our attitudes and the way we perceive the world around us. And our motherland, the India is … Continue reading An unbiased discussion on Jallikattu
This article is written by Srishti Gupta. Srishti is a fourth-year law student from Vivekananda Institute of Professional Studies, GGSIPU. The Ministry of Home Affairs on May 4, 2016, released a draft of ‘The Geospatial Information Regulation Bill, 2016’. The drafting … Continue reading Geospatial Bill & How it does affect us?
This article is written by Simran Bhinder. Simran is a fourth-year law student at O P JINDAL GLOBAL UNIVERSITY. A very prominent feature of Criminal law in India is the fact that there is a very clear gender bias. I say … Continue reading PINK OR BLUE ? –The gender bias within the Indian Penal Code