Author: Roshni Sri Abirami S

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NECROPHILIA AND INTERNATIONAL OVERVIEW OF NECROPHILIA

INTRODUCTION Although Indian laws are ambiguous when it comes to crimes like necrophilia, they do not disregard human rights after a person’s death. The Supreme Court in the case of Parmanand Katara vs. Union of India further recognised that Article 21 provides the right to life, fair treatment, and dignity, and that these rights extend […]

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ADVOCATE PROTECTION BILL,2021

INTRODUCTION On July 2, 2021, the Bar Council of India passed the Advocates Protection Bill, 2021. The act was written by a seven-member committee with the concerns and challenges that advocates and their families confront in mind. The bill’s major goals are claimed to be the protection of advocates and the removal of barriers to […]

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CHARECTER MERCHANDISING AND CASE LAWS ON CHARECTER MERCHANDISING

DEFINITION OF CHARACTER MERCHANDISING¬†¬† Character merchandising became popular in the 1930s when Walt Disney Studios began licencing their most famous characters, such as Mickey, Minnie, and Donald, and later, a department store specialising in the exploitation of such characters was opened by one of its employees, who miraculously succeeded in obtaining a number of licences […]

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EMERGENCY PROVISIONS IN THE INDIAN CONSTITUTION

INTRODUCTION A notable feature of the Indian Constitution is how natural Federalism will behave in an emergency circumstance. As a result, declaring a state of emergency is a highly important subject that has a detrimental influence on people’s liberty. It must, however, only be unleashed in exceptional circumstances. If the President believes there is a […]

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LAWS AGAINST RAPE IN INDIA

INTRODUCTION Rape is defined under Section 375 of the IPC (Indian Penal Code, 1860), which states that rape occurs when a male engages in sexual activity with a woman: Against a woman’s wishes, Without her explicit permission or approval, By forcibly obtaining her consent, or by threatening to murder or harm her or someone she […]

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