Article 356 of the Constitution: A Critical Analysis

Dr. Seema Sharma, Assistant Professor, MMH College, Ghaziabad, UP, India Article 356, which empowers the President to impose President’s rule in the States, has been in controversy right from its…

General Exception and Difference in Liability

Author: Ria Tandon, Research Associate Criminal liability has been clearly defined by the lexicon dictionary as something where there is a presence of accountability and responsibility to the other person…

Need for special statute on Medical Devices in India

Dr. Ravishankar K. Mor, Asst. Prof., Dept. of Law, Yeshwant Mahavidyalaya, Wardha Use of technology and computer science is extensive in the field of Life sciences. Life is most precious…

Stuxnet: State Jurisdiction and Cyberspace

Evangelia Linaki, University of Leiden To begin with, imagine a nuclear power plant composed of a vast number of centrifuges used for the enrichment of uranium being attacked by a…

Marine Environment: An unchartered territory

Anshu Bansal, Research Associate “Whatever we do, the ocean will survive in one way or another. What is more problematic is whether we shall preserve it in a state that…

Statutory Interpretation: Acceptability of ‘Theory of Intentionalism’ In Present Legal Scenario

Authors: Proteek Debnath & Shivam Hargunani1. There have been several attempts in history to end the use of Intentionalism approach to interpret texts but the concept has still refused to…

Theories of Punishment – Overview

Aviral Umrao, Research Associate The object of punishment has been very well summarised by Manu, the great Hindu law giver, in following words: punishment governs all mankind; punishment alone preserves…

Guidelines on Death Sentence & Mercy Petition

Ipsita Mishra The Supreme Court, while deciding three recent cases, held that seven of its judgments awarding the death sentence were rendered per and contrary to the binding dictum of…

International Trade in Gambling Services

Parth Chandra1and Sajid Sheikh2. In World Trade Organisation (WTO) jurisprudence, ‘gambling & betting services’ includes any activity involving the placing of bet or wager, that is, instances in which a…

Right to Education via Information and Communication Technologies (ICT)

Stretching Arms in Indian Education Industry Abhinav Gaur & Vikram Shah1. The learning plays central role in sustainable development and it contributes immensely to poverty reduction and income generation, empowerment…

Science triumphs over law: New era for scientific evidence

Aastha Mehta It is not new for Supreme Court to face novel questions of its citizens for adjudications, however on 6th January, 2014, bench of Justice Chandramauli Prasad and Justice…

Study of Library Information on KSLU ’s Law Colleges Websites

Sri. Chidananda M & Smt. Ashwini N1 Internet and web is an effective source of information of the present day. There is no alternative or substitute to its abundance, utility…

No Government sanction required to probe public servants: SC

Shruti Sethi The question whether Central Government’s prior sanction under section 6A of the Delhi Special Police Establishment Act was necessary before a public servant could be proceeded against on…