Diksha Sharma

Analytical Positivism in Current Phenomenon

Analytical Positivism in Current Phenomenon

The term Analytical Positivism consists of two basic words which need to be defined before understanding the concept of it. ANALYTICAL: In general terms, analytical means of or relating to analysis of a concept. In simplifying it, it means dividing it into simpler elemental parts of basic principles. POSITIVISM: Meaning of Positivism. The term ‘positivism’…

Child Labour & Recognition of Child Rights in India

Child Labour & Recognition of Child Rights in India

“Few human rights abuses are so widely condemned yet so widely practiced. Let us make child labour a priority because a child in danger is a child that cannot wait.” -Kofi Annan, Former U.N. Secretary India is a country which has witnessed child labor on a large scale. In its literal sense, child labor means…

Reservation System in India

Reservation System in India

In layman’s language, Reservation can be understood as reserving some seats in jobs and admission in Educational Institutions for the socially and educationally downtrodden section of the society. Going back to the Historical context of the country, caste system and untouchability was practiced on a large scale. This led to deterioration and a particular section…

Right to Privacy and Analysis of Puttaswamy Judgment

Right to Privacy and Analysis of Puttaswamy Judgment

According to the Black’s Law Dictionary, “Right to Privacy is the right that determines the non intervention of secret surveillance and the protection of an individual’s information. It is split into 4 categories  (1) Physical: An imposition whereby another individual is restricted from experiencing an individual or a situation. (2) Decisional: The imposition of a…

Legal Aid Movement in India

Legal Aid Movement in India

Justice P.N. Bhagwati in his report of Legal Aid Committee has defined Legal Aid as, “Legal aid implies providing an arrangement in the society whereby the administration of Justice is easily accessible and is not out of reach of those who have to resort to it for the enforcement of the rights given to them.”…

SC denies live screening of Ayodhya issue

SC denies live screening of Ayodhya issue

The issue for live screening of Ayodhya issue was brought before the Supreme Court. On Monday Supreme Court denied the video recording and live screening of the case. With Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi being on leave, activist K. N. Govindacharya’s plea was mentioned by Senior Advocate Vikas Singh before Justice S. A. Bobde, who is…

Regulate Cab Platforms like Ola, Uber over Women Safety:SC

Regulate Cab Platforms like Ola, Uber over Women Safety:SC

The sexual harassment cases are increasing day by day. Many of the recent cases include sexual harassment by cab drivers run on app based platforms. To look into the issue, Supreme Court gave directions to the Government to amend the law and make the system more effective considering the safety of women. The issue was…

The Journey of Goods and Services Tax (GST)

The Journey of Goods and Services Tax (GST)

Goods and Services Tax (GST) is a combination of all the indirect taxes levied on the taxpayer. It has replaced a long list of indirect taxes whose cascading effect would have earlier affected the normal man of the country. With the introduction of Integrated Goods and Services Tax, 2017, the economy of the country witnessed…

Lynching: SC gives Directions to the Parliament for implementation and formulation of new laws.

Lynching: SC gives Directions to the Parliament for implementation and formulation of new laws.

The cases of lynching and mob violence are increasing day by day. Again the pressure of it is upon the Courts to decide the matter. A lynch mob is an angry crowd of people who want to kill someone without a trial, because they believe that person has committed a crime. 16 cases of lynching have been…

Consensual Sex even after refusal to marry does not amount to Rape

Consensual Sex even after refusal to marry does not amount to Rape

In a recent case brought before the Madras High Court, again the issue of consent of the victim during rape was raised. The petition was quashed by the Madras High Court where it was held that Consensual Sex even after refusal to marry does not amount to Rape. The Court ruled that if the consent…

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