Month: July 2020

VOLUNTARY EUTHANASIA AND COVID-19

WRITTEN BY: SHIBANI AGARWAL VOLUNTARY EUTHANASIA AND COVID-19 Abstract Voluntary euthanasia is very significant during this situation of covid-19.  In this blog I will be discussing about the critical situation of India due to covid-19, the voluntary euthanasia as a fundamental right, I will also give a brief on some cases which declare the voluntary euthanasia as legal. I hope the importance of Voluntary Euthanasia can be laid out through this blog. Introduction This year …

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PRESERVING HUMAN RIGHTS OF PRISONERS

PRESERVING HUMAN RIGHTS OF PRISONERS -Written By Jyotika Aggarwal “Remember those in prison as if you were their fellow prisoners, and those who are mistreated as if you yourselves were suffering.” -Hebrews 13:3 Introduction Prisoners are individuals who are unwillingly confined within prison walls either after getting convicted for a criminal act or who are in temporary custody and under trial for an ongoing case. As inmates they are deprived of their personal liberty for …

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RELAXATION OF LABOUR LAWS DURING COVID-19

RELAXATION OF LABOUR LAWS DURING COVID-19 WRITTEN BY: SIDDHANT BHANAWAT In this article, siddhant bhanawat of Bharti Vidhyapeeth New Law College ventures to give the readers, a brief insight of the current scenario of labor laws in India amidst COVID-19 INTRODUCTION The markets and the commercial sector have come to a deadlock amid the ever-amplifying number of covid-19 cases. Labour laws, being in the concurrent list in the constitution, we witness the state and central …

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Online Dispute Resolution

Online Dispute Resolution Authored by Shivam Khanna In India there are 59,867 cases pending in the Supreme Court, and 44.75 lakh cases in various high courts. At the district and subordinate court levels, the number of pending cases stand at a shocking 3.14 crore and rising. This has further delayed the justice procedure and emphasized burden on the courts. Online Dispute Resolution seems to be a better possible solution to this issue. ODR must be viewed as a digital equivalent to Alternate Dispute Resolution. ODR …

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Migrant Workers Crises and its Root Causes

Migrant Workers Crises and its Root Causes Written By Anamika Kumari Migrant Workers Crises India has over 10 million migrants, of which 3.6 million are in the Middle East countries. Within the country, the migrant population, however, forms only 1 per cent of the total population. The flow of Indian migrants is largely determined by economic gains. Indian migrant workers during the pandemic Covid-19 have faced many crises. Companies, factories and workplaces shut down due …

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