Kulbhushan Jadhav Case: Understanding the International Court of Justice (ICJ)

    Apart from the recent and unfortunate Pulwama attack, the case of Kulbhushan Jadhav has been another bone of contention between India and Pakistan. The final hearing was finally initiated and taken by the legal team of both the nations in the world court at The Hague in The Netherlands – International Court of […]

SLAPP: How political parties and powerful corporations are destroying free media?

Free speech and expression is one of the crucial fundamental rights enshrined under the Constitution of India. Media, the fourth pillar of democracy, operates extensively on this constitutional principle. Since time immemorial, media has played a vital and significant role in highlighting the appalling side of the democracy business in India. Top-level corruption in a […]

How these 10 global brands are beating plastic pollution?

June 05 is celebrated as World Environment Day (WED) all over the world. This year’s theme for WED was #BeatPlasticPollution and India was selected as the host nation. As per UN Environment, 1 million plastic drinking bottles are purchased every minute, while up to 5 trillion single-use plastic bags are used worldwide every year. In total, […]

American Tourist Killing in Andaman: Discussing the Isolation of Tribes in the Island

It was year 2004, before Tsunami, when I visited the Andaman and Nicobar Islands. At that time, there was less tourism. We visited all the islands including South Andaman island, home to aborigines, Jarwas. Human safaris were the main attraction on the island, where tourists like us took a tour in the bus, accompanied by policemen, watching […]

Is OALP Another Shot at Bad Policy: Foreign Oil Companies Remain Unimpressed

The much hyped Open Acreage Licensing Policy (“OALP”) recently witnessed its first round in January, 2018. Touted as a complete reform aimed at revolutionizing the upstream sector after a failed New Exploration and Licensing Policy (“NELP”) saga, the bidding saw absolutely no participation of the foreign oil companies (“FOCs”). Except for a few new domestic […]

पैसिव यूथेनेशिया (निष्क्रिय इच्छामृत्यु) और लॉ की खूबसूरती !

आज इंडियन एक्सप्रेस में एक शानदार संपादकीय छपा है (Dignity, for whom? 06/04/2018). इस लेख को 15 साल से बोन कैंसर को ट्रीट कर रहे एम्स अस्पताल के डॉक्टर श्री शाह आलम खान जी ने लिखा है. में आज इस पोस्ट को लिखने पर इसीलिए विवश हो गया क्यूंकि आज मुझे एक बार फिर एहसास […]

Amit Shah, Jusitce Loya’s Death and the Judical emergency!

Soon after the media coverage on the four seniormost judges of Supreme Court who conducted a press conference showing their desolation toward the working of the judiciary, the event marked as an opening of certain subdued controversies into the media gateway. The four seniormost judges consisting of Justices Chelameswar, Ranjan Gogoi, Kurian Joseph and Madan […]

Law and Society: Is Indian Judiciary in Crisis?

Judges should be stern stuff and tough fire, unbending before power, economic or political, and they must uphold the core principle of the rule of law disseminating law to be above all. This position on judges was taken in the case of S.P Gupta v. Union of India[1], whereby independence of the judiciary was held […]

Legal Analysis: Cloud Computing Technology in India

Cloud computing is a growing trend in India. Cloud computing relies on sharing computing resources rather than having local servers or personal devices to handle programs. In cloud computing the word ‘cloud’ is used for ‘Internet’ and therefore, the word cloud computing means an Internet-based computing, where services such as servers, application, and storage are […]

Interview: Legal Education cannot be confined to just law schools!

In our special feature, we interviewed Manjeet Kumar Sahu. He recently cleared the Jharkhand Judicial Services Examination. Manjeet completed his Bachelors in Law (with specialization in Energy Laws) from University of Petroleum and Energy Studies, Dehradun. He has also been a University Scholarship Holder. He went on to pursue the masters in the same discipline […]