Author: Maneesh

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Prison Reforms in India: A Critical Analysis by Maneesh Mahinvith

INDEX 1. INTRODUCTION 2. PRISON CHANGES FOLLOWING INDIA’S INDEPENDENCE 3. PROBATION 4. PAROLE 5. JUDICIAL TRENDS 6. CONCLUSION   Abstract We send criminals to prisons to transform themselves into sane human beings by persuading them to distaste crime and criminality. The main motive should be to make them law-abiding citizens. The state must do all […]

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LAW AND PATRIARCHY by Rishabh Singh at LexCliq

    The first three words of the Constitution of India, We, the people encompasses the vision of the society by the makers of the Constitution. The Constitution gives the sense of entitlement to every individual. The Preamble of the Constitution lays down social justice as its one of the most important features as well as goals. […]

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ESSENTIAL COMMODITIES (AMENDMENT) ACT, 2020 by Rishabh Singh at LexCliq

    History The Essential Commodities Act was brought in 1955 to stop the foodstuffs hoarding and black marketing, at a time when there is low production of food crops and the nation was suffering from hunger and scarcity. At that time the point came when we had to rely on imports and assistance especially […]

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BENEFITS OF FARM BILL, 2020 by Rishabh Singh at LexCliq

    India is an agricultural country. More than 70% of India’s population is directly or indirectly involved in agriculture related work. Due to the hard work of these farmers, we are able to sit and eat in peace. These farmers sustain the entire country but it is a sad truth that they are struggling […]

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TYPES OF EVIDENCE by Rishabh Singh at LexCliq

    The word evidence is used in common parlance in three different senses: (a) as equivalent to relevant, (b) as equivalent to proof, and (c) as equivalent to the material, on the basis of which Courts come to a conclusion about the existence or non-existence of disputed facts.[1] Origin As pointed out in the Hindu Dharma […]

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