Day: September 25, 2020

AN ANALYSIS OF THE SURROGACY BILL 2019 

AN ANALYSIS OF THE SURROGACY BILL 2019  This post is written by Jayant Kashyap, Student, DSNLU WHAT IS SURROGACY? Surrogacy is a procedure, where a women bears a child of and for another person (often biological father and mother), who become the parents of the child. It is often a legal arrangement. The women bearing the child is called ‘surrogate’. Commercial surrogacy is when the women is paid by the intending parents in exchange of …

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Democracy is backsliding.

Democracy is backsliding. This article is written by Pratikshya Priyadarshini, a second year BA LLB student at Symbiosis Law School, Nagpur. With the series of intense circumstances prevailing in the nation, the question of whether government’s policies and strategies are reflecting the democratic values or not is intensifying. Shedding light to the recent incident of members of Parliament (MPs) creating ruckus in the house of elders i.e. the Rajya Sabha, the foundation of inquiry the …

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Critical Analysis of Three New Ordinances Bill for Farmers

Critical Analysis of Three New Ordinances Bill for Farmers This post is written by Parul khurana, Amity Law School, Delhi. Recently Central government introduced three ordinances to bring in far-reaching agricultural ‘reforms’ in the country. Taken together, these ordinances intend to liberalize the regulatory system in the agriculture sector, provide freedom to farmers and traders to trade in farm produce at a site of their choice such as farm gates, warehouses, etc., and to usher in legal …

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WHY ARE FARMERS PROTESTING DURING A PANDEMIC?

WHY ARE FARMERS PROTESTING DURING A PANDEMIC? This post is written by Vismitha S, studying BBA LL.B at SASTRA University. Introduction The Parliament recently passed three ‘Farm’ Bills despite strong opposition which led to massive protests across the country. The bills make it easier for farmers to sell agricultural products directly to private buyers and enter into a contract with private companies. The government hopes that private sector investment will boost growth. What are the …

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The Dismissal of Plea Against the Rajasthan Government

The Dismissal of Plea Against the Rajasthan Government’s decision to conduct Class 10th Board Examination by The Hon’ble Supreme Court. This post is written by Soumitte Bhattacharya, Student, Banglore Institute of Legal Studies  The Plea challenging the order passed by The High Court of Rajasthan to upheld the decision of conducting Board Examination of Class 10 students of the State, was dismissed by the Hon’ble Supreme Court on 28th June, 2020.  Maghi Devi, the Petitioner, …

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