Journal of Legal Research and Juridical Sciences
RELEVANCY OF INDIAN FEDERALISM IN INDIAN CONSTITUTION: A CRITICAL APPROACH
The European Commission proposed the Artificial Intelligence Act (AIA) in April 2021 to establish a unified legal framework for the development and use of artificial intelligence (AI) systems inside the European Union (EU).
Social media is a way through which people stay in touch with each other and interact with friends, families and different communities. Different websites and applications that focus on interacting and communicating worldwide, community-based input,
Section 8A of the Representation of People Act, 1951 plays a crucial role in preserving the integrity of electoral processes by disqualifying candidates found guilty of corrupt practices. With the aim of ensuring fair elections and deterring malpractices, this provision holds
Rape is an act of violence in marriage by the husband shows his dominance & control over their wife also unwanted intercourse between married couples is obtained by the wife under force, and coercion & when she is unable to give consent if she is below 18 yrs of age it will
An amendment that came via a notification dated March 14, 2023, is challenged by a couple in Bombay HC. This amendment barres infertile couples or single women from availing surrogacy and defeats the purpose of the surrogacy rules which enables a couple or single
AN OVERVIEW OF THE HISTORICAL JUDGEMENT: IRRETRIEVABLE BREAKDOWN OF MARRIAGE UNDER ARTICLE 32 OR ARTICLE 142?
What if a couple reaches a stage where the breakdown of their sacred social institution “Marriage” is such that it cannot be revived and they seek divorce? This is when the concept of “Irretrievable Breakdown of Marriage” comes into the stream. In a recent historic judgment