Anti-Defection: A Rickety Vanguard Of Shoddy Magnanimity

Introduction The exodus of the elected representatives of people from the ruling party thereby letting down the popular mandate is not an unconventional political sight. In fact, nearly 438 defections occurred within the period between March 1967 and February 1968. The sanction on defections was not in place since the beginning of India’s democratic journey. It was only in the year 1985 after, when Prime … Continue reading Anti-Defection: A Rickety Vanguard Of Shoddy Magnanimity

Achieving Interoperability Through Reverse-Engineering: A Defense To Copyright Infringement?

Introduction The rapid evolution of technology has raised difficult questions about the extent of protection that should be awarded to the computer software and programmes so as to ensure further development as well as adequate safeguard to the person. Although computer programmes are very different from others, yet they are been categorized as literary works under the Copyright Act, 1957.[i] The Foreign Courts have slowly … Continue reading Achieving Interoperability Through Reverse-Engineering: A Defense To Copyright Infringement?

SC Order On Extension Of Limitation: Should not apply to Section 167 (2) Cr.P.C

The COVID-19 pandemic has bought with itself unprecedented challenges for the judiciary. This has made the task of striking a balance between upholding the rule of law and preserving basic human rights, tougher than ever before. Bail is the principal right of an accused. The need to protect personal liberty is enshrined in the Indian Constitution through Article 21 and has been upheld by the … Continue reading SC Order On Extension Of Limitation: Should not apply to Section 167 (2) Cr.P.C

Medical Termination Pregnancy (Amendment) Bill 2020: A tale of recognizing Women’s Right

INTRODUCTION The relation between a woman and her child is seen as sacrosanct and a situation where the women might want to abort her child, something which is seen as the greatest gift which can be bestowed upon a woman is nothing less than exceptional vulgar in the eyes of the gold loving & (fearing) people. With abortion being illegal in India in the early … Continue reading Medical Termination Pregnancy (Amendment) Bill 2020: A tale of recognizing Women’s Right