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FREE Live Streaming of 7 Webinar Series on ‘New and Emerging Aspects of Law’

FREE Live Streaming of 7 Webinar Series on ‘New and Emerging Aspects of Law’

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FREE Online Quiz on Constitutional Law

FREE Online Quiz on Constitutional Law

CLICK HERE to take the FREE Quiz About Quiz LawEscort is organizing an Online National Quiz Competition on Constitutional Law. Test your knowledge and understanding of Constitutional Law Articles, Current Affairs, and General Knowledge. Prepare for CLAT Exam, PCS J Exam, Judge Advocate General (JAG), or UPSC. Attend the Quiz for FREE and pay a…

The Law Street National Level Online Debate Competition, 2020 in collaboration with LawEscort

The Law Street National Level Online Debate Competition, 2020 in collaboration with LawEscort

“Think, Reason, DEBATE” ABOUT THE LAW STREET The law street is a pan-India body which aims at bringing together the legal fraternity of the country and help law students to get a platform for launching their careers in various branches of the legal field. Our team facilitates students and lawyers in expanding their careers and…

Rights of a prisoner and problems faced by them

Rights of a prisoner and problems faced by them

We all know that whether it is India or any other state the rights of the prisoner is nowadays a major concern because a lot of inmates have to suffer various assaults and brutality while they are punished for the crime committed. The inmates go through alot of mental and physical trauma inside jails which…

RTI Act: A safeguard to participatory democracy

RTI Act: A safeguard to participatory democracy

Right to Information Act has been revolutionary in terms of the transparency that is offered to people of the world’s largest democracy. It became a real assurance of the fruitfulness of democracy to the people which helps citizens seek answers from an accountable government from and for them. Right to Information Act, 2005 has ensured…

Law on Prostitution in India

Law on Prostitution in India

Prostitution is the exchange of sexual pleasure for financial benefits. Female prostitution is perhaps the oldest profession all over the world. It is perhaps the most hated profession. It can be defined “as the practice in which a female offers her body for promiscuous sexual intercourse for hire etc.” However, a new definition has been…

General Rules for Grant of Bail under Cr.PC

General Rules for Grant of Bail under Cr.PC

The provision as regards bail and bonds has been dealt with in Chapter 32 of the Criminal Procedure Code, 1973. While there does not exist a definition of the term bail in the Code, the basic objective of bail is to secure the presence of an accused person in the Court at the time of…

Madras High Court suo moto considers violence at doctor’s burial

Madras High Court suo moto considers violence at doctor’s burial

A special bench comprising of  Justices M Sathyanarayanan and M Nirmal Kumar of the Madras High Court on April 20 on its own took into cognizance of the barbaric incidents  that took place while the body of doctor who served the people suffering from Coronavirus was taken for burial at Velangadu on Sunday. The bench…

The Hindu Adoption and Maintenance Act, 1956: A Critique Of Section 11

The Hindu Adoption and Maintenance Act, 1956: A Critique Of Section 11

The Hindu Adoption and Maintenance Act, 1956 (hereinafter, HAMA) has been beneath many challenges since its enactment. A major criticism was the patriarchal tenor that ran through the Act and placed women at an inferior position as regards the taking and giving of children for adoption. This was addressed and requisite amendments were made by…

Plea in SC to Formulate a Scheme by Center and States to Compensate the Unorganized Sector Workers

Plea in SC to Formulate a Scheme by Center and States to Compensate the Unorganized Sector Workers

A plea of Civil Writ Petition in the public interest under Article 32 of the Constitution of India for the enforcement of Fundamental Rights under Articles 14, 19 and 21 of the citizens, was filed by Advocate Mr. R Subramanian in the Supreme Court for seeking the directions to the center for formulating a scheme for…