Monday, October 08, 2018

Adultery not a crime - Legalizing illegal under the guise of equality- consequential effects

Adultery not a crime - Legalizing illegal under the guise of equality- consequential effects

The judgment recently passed by Hon’ble Supreme court by declaring the Section 497 IPC, as unconstitutional in Joseph Shine vs Union of India, 27 September,2018 as to adulterous activities.



Section 497 of IPC provisionally tells that the husband of adulterous wife can file a criminal case against the accused who is the party to adultery and who is a male. That means the litigating parties

Wednesday, September 26, 2018

Education within ambit of services.

Education within ambit of services
The Supreme Court of India earlier had a differing view. In the case of Maharshi Dayanand University v. Surjeet Kaur(2010) 11 SCC 159, relying upon all earlier judgments, the Supreme Court held that education is not a commodity. Educational institutions are not providing any kind of service, therefore, in the matter of admission; fees etc.,

Sunday, September 23, 2018

India-Bangladesh Land Boundary Agreement, Constitution 100th Amendment Bill, 2015

India-Bangladesh Land Boundary Agreement, Constitution 100th Amendment Bill, 2015
The hasty partition of the sub-continent depicts relics of lacunae in the form of unresolved fate of hundreds of enclaves and Adverse Possessions of both the countries.

Tuesday, September 18, 2018

Refugee and the Non-refoulement obligation

Refugee and the Non-refoulement obligation

"So, when I say that I am a refugee, you must understand that there is no refuge"- Chris Cleave, Little Bee



Law of Refugee has its basis in Human Rights and Humanitarian Law. Even though the term refugee has been adequately defined in various regional and international instruments, the states interpret the term to forward their own self-interest. The strict or narrow definition and the lack of consensus amongst states have a direct and immediate effect on the rights of the refugees.

Monday, September 17, 2018

Thursday, August 23, 2018

Important judgements for Bankers in India

Important judgements for Bankers in India
As the banking industry has started to face the crises of NPA accounts, which has duly fractured the financial system to maximum limit. Due diligence has become important aspect for the bankers. Therefore, there are some judgements by the hhon'ble courts which bankers has to abide expeditiously.