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Souromita Chatterjee

Environmental Protection

Like every other developing countries, India has environmental problems which are not confined to side effects of industrialization but reflects the inadequacy of resources to provide the infrastructural facilities to prevent industrial pollution. Although various legislation dealt with several environment… Continue Reading →

Media and Entertainment Law in India

“One of the objects of a newspaper is to understand the popular feeling and give expression to it, another is to arouse among the people certain desirable sentiments, and the third is the fearlessness to expose popular defects.” – Mahatma… Continue Reading →

Marital Rape – A curse to femininity

The NGO’s Plea.. The Delhi High Court, while hearing pleas seeking to make marital rape an offence, observed that marriage does not mean that a woman is always consenting for physical relations with her husband, PTI reported. The court in its… Continue Reading →

Drunk Driving – A way closer to Osiris..

The Death Running Onroad… The National Crime Records Bureau’s report on Accidental Deaths and Suicides in India 2015 has been oft quoted by critics. The report suggests that about 1.5 per cent of all the total 4.64 lakh road accidents… Continue Reading →

One’s Vulgarity Is Another Man’s Lyrics

In March 2018, a Malayalam magazine sparked a nationwide debate. It showed a model breast feeding, on its cover page. The intention behind it was to normalize “breast feeding” in our society. The motto was to accept and respect this… Continue Reading →

A Woman’s Right To Choice – To Love.. To Reject..

My Body.. My Soul.. My Choice.. A woman has a right to live, love and reject. No one can compel a woman to love him & she has an absolute right to reject. They have their own space like man,… Continue Reading →

Private Company v/s Public Company

The word ‘company’ is derived from the Latin word (Com=with or together; panis =bread), and it originally referred to an association of persons who took their meals together. In the leisurely past, merchants took advantage of festive gatherings, to discuss… Continue Reading →

The United Nations Commission on International Trade Law

The Government of India felt that its economic reforms might remain incomplete if corresponding changes were not brought in laws relating to settlement of disputes, especially through arbitration and conciliation. Thus need to reform arbitration law become necessary. The United… Continue Reading →

The Probation of Offenders

The word probation is derived from the Latin Word “Probare”. In legal parlance probation means the release of an offender from prison, subject to a period of good behaviour. According to Black’s Law Dictionary probation is “a court imposed criminal… Continue Reading →

Steps To File RTI in India

Throughout the world, the right to information is seen by many as the key to strengthening participatory democracy and ensuring more people-centered development. Nearly 70 countries around the world have now adopted comprehensive Freedom of Information Acts to facilitate access… Continue Reading →

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