My Preparation for the Battle of IPU Common Entrance Test

By Samridhi Talwar, University School of Law and Legal Studies, New Delhi. The University School of Law and Legal Studies is a part of the Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University. Nestled in Dwarka, this college is well known amongst students wishing…

Freedom, but for whom?

By Parth Govilkar, School of Law, University of Mumbai. In an unparalleled move by the Information and Broadcasting Ministry on 2nd April, 2018, a directive was issued, stating that, the journalists who would be found guilty of writing or broadcasting fake…

Of Privileged Indians: Note from One to the Others

By Adv. Tanya Chandra, Co-Founder, LexQuest. Sometimes, it dawns upon us that being born into privilege of any kind, in an underdeveloped country, changes the course of our priorities, and it is indeed a safety net, hence an escape route…

Mega Food Park: A Journey from the Soil to the Stomach

By Parth Govilkar, School of Law, University of Mumbai. India, a land of ironies, a country not only known for farming but also for the highest suicide rate of farmers; where a farmer produces crops for the people of the entire…

Trafficking of Persons (Prevention, Protection and Rehabilitation) Bill, 2018: A Pressing Need of the Hour

By Shivangi Singh, Amity Law School, Lucknow. Trafficking of persons is a serious crime and a grave violation of human rights. Every year, thousands of men, women and children fall into the hands of traffickers, in their own countries and…

Fast and Accurate Reading: The Only Skill you Need for Comprehension Exercises

By Teesta Lahiri, National Law University, Odisha. In CLAT, AILET and other law entrance examinations, the section on English has a varying weightage of 20-25% (40 out of 200 questions in CLAT, 35 out of 150 questions in AILET) which…

Exceptions to Principles of Natural Justice: Part IV

By Adv. Shriya Maini. First Part of this Series, can be accessed here. Second Part of this Series, can be accessed here. Third Part of this Series, can be accessed here. Where no right of the person is infringed Where…

Social Security Schemes in India: Empowering the Deprived?

By Prakhyati Upadhyay, GLC Mumbai. India’s social security system draws its inspiration from Articles 41, 42, 43 and 47, as enshrined in the Directive Principles of State Policy of our Constitution, which contain all the ingredients obliging the State to…