Tag: fundamental right

The Right to Property of Hindu Women

By Ayushi Singhal, NUJS INTRODUCTION It is common knowledge that the Indian society is predominantly patriarchal and the preferential rights given to men with respect to property, both movable and immovable, are just another manifestation of the male centric societal structure. Giving women the right to inherit, own, use and […]

Religious Conversion

By Astha Pratik, NUJS INTRODUCTION The word conversion is said to be as old as religion itself and any study of religion is incomplete without studying about religious conversions as well. Our group is dealing with the interplay between law and religion and this project shall be focusing on religious […]

So Much for ‘Mother’ India

By Aashna Chawla, Second Year, B.A, LL.B (Hons.), Amity Law School Editor’s Note: Historically, women have been considered to be and have been treated as physically, emotionally and intellectually inferior to men. Kant, a German philosopher, in his book wrote: „A woman is embarrassed little that she does not possess certain high […]

Freedom Of Press: Fourth Pillar Of Democracy

By Rahul Deo, CNLU Patna Editor’s Note: Freedom of speech and expression is the blood of democracy, palpitation of democracy, control of the government and creates awareness among the people. Blood removes the dead cell in the same manner freedom of speech and expression removes the arbitrary government and place […]