Monthly Archives: November 2018

ARTICLE 21: THE SOUL OF THE CONSTITUTION OF INDIA

Introduction Article 21 is the most important article provided by the Constitution of India. It is the Article which gives meaning to life. In addition, it is one of the Fundamental rights provided by the Constitution of India, but it takes on its shoulder the responsibility of fulfilling our many rights. It can be considered

CHILD LABOUR: A MENACE THAT NEEDS TO BE CURBED

The worst thing we can do to a person is taking away the innocence while he/she is in the most crucial and immature stage of his/her life. Child labor is the process of engaging children in economic activities and industrial sectors. It can be done in many ways such as employment of a child in

DOWRY: AGE OLD ‘PRATHA’ WHICH HAS TO GO

There are many issues which women face these days and dowry is one. It not only affects the woman but also her whole family. Right from when a girl child is born, parents invest money so that they can provide it to their daughter at the time of her marriage. This is the “pratha” which is going

HUMAN TRAFFICKING: A SERIOUS THREAT TO SOCIETY GLOBALLY

Introduction According to statistics from various bodies of UN human trafficking ranks third most rampant organized crime right after drug and arms/weapons trafficking. UN has defined trafficking as any activity leading to recruitment. transportation, harboring or receipt of persons, by threat or use of force or a position of vulnerability. Further, as various studies and

An Overview On Administrative Law

Introduction All democratic states have socio-economic functions and obligations as the prime source of policies for governance. This practice has drastically gained impetus over passaging time due to growing public expectations and awareness regarding citizens’ rights. The current system of governance has become more complex and challenging in the developing nations to keep up with

A SIMPLIFIED OVERVIEW ON THE NEGOTIABLE INSTRUMENTS ACT, 1881 AND THE RECENT AMENDMENTS THERETO ALONGWITH THE PAYMENT OF SETTLEMENT SYSTEMS ACT, 2007

What do we mean by a Negotiable Instrument? Section 13 of The Negotiable Instruments Act, 1881 lays down that a Negotiable Instrument refers to any promissory note, Bill of Exchange or Cheque. However, literally a Negotiable Instrument means ‘a written document which creates a right in favor of somebody and is freely transferable by delivery.’ How many kinds of Negotiable

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