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“We the people of India”…is it really inclusive?

Rashbana Thansi Government Law College, Kozhikode India’s highest court has overturned a colonial-era law that criminalizes consensual gay sex in a landmark judgment. It was a hard-fought victory for the Lesbian/Gay/Bisexual/Transsexual/Queer (LGBTQ) community. Though Section 377 of the Indian Penal Code (IPC) was revoked by this judgment, same-sex marriage was not legalized. In the Indian … Continue reading “We the people of India”…is it really inclusive?

PHYSICIAN-ASSISTED SUICIDE (PAS)

Komal Agarwal Capital Law College, Bhubaneswar Introduction  The word “Euthanasia” has derived from the Greek word “euthanatos” which means “easy death”. It can be classified into 5 categories such as: Passive Euthanasia, Active Euthanasia, Voluntary, Non- voluntary and Involuntary Euthanasia.  “Physician-Assisted Suicide (PAS)” is known to be a prescription of toxic medicines which are willingly … Continue reading PHYSICIAN-ASSISTED SUICIDE (PAS)

LEGAL ISSUES IN A PANDEMIC

Abhiremya Raj R B CSI Institute of Legal Studies, Parassala INTRODUCTION  “Health is wealth but wealth stands with the people if people are healthy then public will be wealthy enough”   By late 2019,there was an unfamiliar outbreak known by the name “CORONA VIRUS” short named as COVID 19 and abbreviated to ‘CO’ stands for Corona, … Continue reading LEGAL ISSUES IN A PANDEMIC

STRAY DOG MANAGEMENT IN INDIA – A SCANTILY  ADDRESSED AREA OF CONCERN 

Chindhu Joseph Central University of Kerala ‘We are paying taxes and we die on the road’  INTRODUCTION India is the nation that has the highest number of stray dogs and likewise, the nation with the highest rate of human rabies in the world1. The commonly seen stray dogs in India are the ‘Indian Pariah Dogs’ … Continue reading STRAY DOG MANAGEMENT IN INDIA – A SCANTILY  ADDRESSED AREA OF CONCERN 

Right to Health v. Right to Religion during COVID-19 Pandemic

Lekshmi Shibu Research Scholar Department of Law, Central University of Kerala Introduction The concept of the right to religion was carefully taken into consideration by the constitution-makers due to India’s pluralistic nature. They found that it is better for the State to not interfere in the matters of religion and it is essential to draw … Continue reading Right to Health v. Right to Religion during COVID-19 Pandemic

MAN V. WILD: DISPUTE OF NH 766

HARISANKAR K V Government Law College, Kozhikode. ANUJUS PRADEEP Government Law College, Kozhikode. INTRODUCTION “Man is a part of nature, and his war against nature is inevitably a war against himself” – Racheal  Carson.  Human beings interact with wildlife from time immemorial for their existence. They continuously  interact with their environment, positively or negatively, for … Continue reading MAN V. WILD: DISPUTE OF NH 766

Impact Of The Pandemic In India’s Aviation Sector; A Brief Analysis

Sivadath Madhu Menon Government Law College, Thrissur N. Arun Vaidyanath School of Law, Sastra University The Novel Coronavirus COVID 19, which was declared a pandemic by the World Health Organisation (WHO) in March 2020 has caused huge damage to human health and the global economy. It has caused a great depression to the World Economy … Continue reading Impact Of The Pandemic In India’s Aviation Sector; A Brief Analysis

TRAFFICKING IN PERSONS AS A TRANSNATIONAL ORGANIZED CRIME

Adv. Surya Menon K Introduction The forward pace of globalization is greatly influencing the phenomenon of organized crime. Transnational organized crimes syndicates take advantage of market liberalization, relaxed border controls and internet facilities and carry out their nefarious activities in multiple countries. The United Nations Convention against Transnational Organized Crime, 2000 (UNTOC) defines the phenomenon … Continue reading TRAFFICKING IN PERSONS AS A TRANSNATIONAL ORGANIZED CRIME

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