Day: September 8, 2014

Position And Perspective Of Privacy Laws In India

By Devesh Saxena, Faculty of Law, University of Allahabad Editor’s Note: The term ‘privacy’ refers to the use and disclosure of personal information and is only applicable to information specific to individuals. As such, the right to privacy has been given paramount importance by the Indian judiciary and can only be […]

Basmati- Pride Of India- A Case Comment

By Surabhi Dhole & Suvigya Vidyarthi, University of Pune, DESFNLC Editor’s Note: The essay starts off by explaining the meaning and purpose of intellectual property. It mentions how certain intellectual property cases are related to turmeric. The essay emphasizes the importance of The Geographical Indications of Goods (Registration and Protection) Act, […]

The Problems of Marginalized Groups in India

By Devesh Saksena, Faculty of Law, University of Allahabad Editor’s Note: The author starts by explaining the definition and meaning of the word marginalization, what causes it and what constitutes it, as part of the introduction. He then goes on to explain certain sections of the society that have faced […]

Should Homosexuality be Legalised?

By Aishwarya Srivastava, UPES, Dehradun Editor’s Note: Should homosexuality be legalized? The paper focuses on the moral dilemmas involved in legalizing homosexuality and questions the effect it will have on the institution of marriage and procreation. Law is forever dynamic and must change with changes in society. However, with changes […]