The Untold Story of India’s Sold Brides

By Sajith Anjickal, National Law School of India University, Bangalore. Bride trafficking is an unlawful activity wherein brides are bought and sold against their will only to be subjected to sexual and domestic slavery. It is one of those pervasive yet indiscernible…

Acid Attack: The Ageless Horror

By Sunidhi Singh, Army Institute of Law, Mohali. “Violence is a crime against humanity, for it destroys the very fabric of society.”-Pope John Paul II Acid attacks have become a frequent phenomenon in the present day world. ‘Woman staves off…

The Mental Healthcare Act, 2017: An Analysis

By Prateeksha Shrivastava, Faculty of Law, Lucknow University, Uttar Pradesh. The life of a person is characterized by his physical and mental well-being. Mental health means the ability of a person to set up a balance in life. Physical well-being of a…

Women’s Right to Reproductive Freedom v. Human Rights

By Koshika Krishna, Rizvi Law College, Mumbai University. The United States of America faces a dilemma. An NGO sobriquet ‘Planned Parenthood’ has come under the radar of public outrage. This initiative started with the motto ‘Care. No matter what’, aimed to…