Category: Criminal Law

Medical Negligence

Aakarsh Shah, RNPI law school Editor’s note: Medical negligence is punishable under various laws such as torts, IPC, Indian Contracts Act, Consumer Protection Act, etc. It can be defined as misconduct by a medical practitioner or doctor, and causes many deaths and illnesses each year. This paper covers the legal […]

Maternal Mortality in India

Digvijay Singh   Editor’s Note: In developing countries like India, maternal mortality ratio is still very high. Different socio demographic factors are responsible beside the medical factors for this high ratio. Government of India has taken many steps for the improvement of health of pregnant and nursing women and women in […]

Comparison Of Trial Procedure Between Indian Courts And French Courts

By Madhubala Solanki Editor’s Note: This paper will be dealing with trial procedure followed by India and France, the basic nature of both countries’ legal systems. In law, there are different methods of exposing evidence in court: adversary procedure and inquisitorial procedure. Procedural law prescribes the means of enforcing rights […]

Women Security and Legal Safeguards in India

By Digvijay Singh I am Chandrika I am Gayatri I am Fatima, Banu, Uma, I am Jayalakshmi, I am Saraswati I am ones of those faceless women who die every day in your morning newspapers And go on to become crime number in the Police Station And then a file […]

€The Critical Role of the Civil Society in Combating Human Trafficking

By Harshit Singh Jadoun Editor’s Note: Human Trafficking is one of the worst forms of social evil that can still be perceived all over the world. This research paper essentially concentrates on forms of human trafficking all around the world for example Trafficking in women for sexual exploitation, child sex tourism, […]

Cross Border Terrorism And Home Grown Militancy

By Harshit Singh Jadoun Editor’s Note: India and Pakistan are two countries which are endeavouring to deal with the issue of cross border terrorism since the time of independence, 1947. One of the most important issues with which almost every country is trying to overcome is of combating militancy, terrorism […]

AFSPA: Tyranny In The Name Of National Security

By Gaurav Hooda Editor’s Note: The AFSPA provokes strong reactions both in the Northeast as well as Jammu & Kashmir; even though it’s constitutional validity has been upheld by the Supreme Court. Certain clear cases of human rights violations, where the armed forces have stonewalled all attempts to investigate and […]

Islamic State Of Iraq And Al-Sham – Its Emergence And Impact On India

By Nehmat Sethi CHAPTER – II Introduction 1. On June 20, a bearded, black-turbaned middle-aged man clad in black religious attire, with a calm but resolute voice spoke from a faintly lighted balcony (or a mimbar) of a local mosque in Mosul. He announced the message of the Islamic State of […]

Role Of National Human Right Commission In Administration Of Criminal Justice

By Shreshtha Garg & Anand Kr. Dubey   Editor’s Note: The objectives are to study the role of human rights to improve the criminal justice system in India. And to ascertain the actual position of human rights in criminal justice system of India and the various practical problem regarding the implementation […]

Death Penalty: Its Repurcussions

By Ankita Singh, RMLNLU 1. INTRODUCTION Over time, the death penalty has been a debatable issue in the criminal justice system. There are numerous pro and anti-death penalty perspectives that fight each other in the vague of providing justice to the victims. But is retribution justified and deterrent effect successful […]