Day: September 20, 2020

OUR CULTURE DON’T RECOGNIZE THE SAME SEX- MARRIAGE 

OUR CULTURE DON’T RECOGNIZE THE SAME SEX- MARRIAGE  This post is written by Parul Khurana. A plea has been filed by the activist and members of LGBTQ committee before the Delhi high court seeking to recognize the rights of same-sex couples to get married under the Hindu marriage act, 1956   which is being opposed by the solicitor general of India Tushar Mehta. Tushar Mehta submitted that the concept of same-sex marriage is not recognized …

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REVISING THE AGE OF MARRIAGE

REVISING THE AGE OF MARRIAGE This post is written by Vismitha S, studying BBA LL.B at SASTRA University. From the ramparts of the Red fort, the Prime Minister on his Independence Day address, mentioned raising the age of marriage for women as one of his priorities for the year. The proposition that is being considered is to raise the age of women entering marriage to 21 years from the previous 18 years.  HISTORY  Deciding optimum …

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Is the government being “Paradoxical”?

Is the government being “Paradoxical”? This post is written by Pratikshya Priyadarshini, BA LLB student at Symbiosis Law School, Nagpur. The onset of the pandemic has given rise to many unprecedented crises for the nation. With an intense period of lockdown due to COVID-19, India witnessed the direct consequences flowing down from it on the lives of a large number of migrant workers along with people belonging to the underprivileged sector.  In the initial week …

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Bridging the “digital divide” to end what it called “digital apartheid” -Delhi HC.

Bridging the “digital divide” to end what it called “digital apartheid” -Delhi high court This post is written by Garima Sethi. A PIL was filed by NGO named JUSTICE FOR ALL on June 10 2020 before the Hon’ble Delhi High Court which demanded equal opportunity of education in the corona lockdown. This PIL was represented by Advocate Khagesh Jha demanding equal opportunity of education in this pandemic time for students studying under EWS(Economically weaker sections) …

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Right to Information: Explained

This post is written by Muskaan Sharma INTRODUCTION The Right to information Act was created to realize social justice, transparency and to form responsible government however this act has not achieved its full objectives because of some impediments created because of systematic failures. As ascertained by city tribunal that misuse of the RTI Act has got to be suitably dealt with; otherwise the general public would lose religion and confidence during this “sunshine Act”. It …

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