FACTS The present case is a significant one in Indian legal history. The case involves a tragic incident that occurred in 1996, where a car accident led to the death of Balbir Kaur’s son and severe injuries to her husband. The primary issue in the case was whether the insurance policy taken out by the
Abstract The research studies the historical and constitutional validity of Armed Forces Special Powers Act. The Bill was passed by both the houses of Parliament on 11th September, 1958 and later, the AFSPA Act was formulated. It came into force as a result of increasing violence in the North-eastern States. It was difficult for the
Discussion Of Reterospective Punishments Under Article 13(1) Of The Constitution Of India With The Aid Of The Judgement Of Keshavan Madhava Menon V. The State Of Bombay, 1951.
1.0 ABSTRACT The Hon’ble Supreme Court, for the first time, in the year 1951, interpreted Article 13(1) of the Constitution of India[i] in the landmark judgement of Keshavan Madhava Menon v. The State Of Bombay[ii]. The judgement from the learned bench was divided into two groups of opinions. The majority judgement, supported the argument that
FACTS AND ISSUE The petitioner has submitted a petition invoking Section 11 of the Arbitration & Conciliation Act of 1996. The purpose of this petition is to seek the appointment of an arbitrator who can effectively address and resolve the disputes that have arisen between the petitioner and the respondent. The conflicts in question emerged
INTRODUCTION The case of Union of India v. Col. J.N. Sinha is indeed a landmark judgment in Indian constitutional law. It deals with the concept of “natural justice” which goes beyond the notion of justice inherent in human nature. It is defined as the natural sense of what is right and wrong. Natural justice consists
Gender Inequality In Tribal Succession Laws And Can An Amendment To Hindu Succession Act, 2005 Curb It?
INTRODUCTION India’s social fabric is characterized by unparalleled diversity, encompassing various faiths, communities, beliefs, and practices. However, certain customs and traditions have transformed into orthodox, discriminatory, and patriarchal rules that serve to suppress women. The enactment of the Constitution and subsequent social renaissance marked a shift towards gender equality. Still, some regions in India resist