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Trending: Call for Papers Volume 3 | Issue 2: International Journal of Advanced Legal Research [ISSN: 2582-7340]

Month: October 2020

Sustainable Development And Judiciary In India

INTRODUCTION: – Right to wholesome environment is a fundamental right under Article 21 of the Constitution but most of the countries are developing and there is need of industrialization for it, but then it cost us the environment. So to solve the problem, the concept of sustainable development is introduced by various countries and hence …

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Bigamous Hindu Marriages

INTRODUCTION Bigamy is a scenario in which one individual, legally married, enters into a second marriage agreement with another individual without dissolving the first marriage. A person needs to cease first marriage before marrying again, either by death, annulment, or divorce. If a second marriage takes place before the first marriage ends, the state can …

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Admissibility And Evidentiary Value Of Dying Declaration In India

Introduction The foundational stone which forms the rationale behind the admissibility of dying declaration is the legal maxim; nemo moriturus proesumitur mentri. The said maxim is as philosophical and riveting as a line from Shakespeare’s drama.  “Where words are scarce, they are seldom spent in vain; they breathe the truth, that breathes their words in …

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Child Abuse And It’s Punishment

INTRODUCTION WHO (World Health Organisation) World Report on Violence and Health(2002) and the UN Secretary General’s Study on Violence Against Children (2006) observed that violence against children, in all its forms mental, physical, sexual, and emotional, is present in every society, in every country.[1] Section 2(12) of the Juvenile Justice (Care and Protection of Children …

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Evidence Under The Narcotic Law

Introduction India is one of the signatories to the 3 United Nations Conventions- Single Convention on Narcotic Drugs (1961), Convention on Psychotropic Substances (1971) and Convention against Illicit Traffic in Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances (1988). The Parliament exercised its power under these conventions to make and implement laws for “any treaty, agreement or convention …

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Doctrine Of Estoppel Under The Indian Evidence Act 1872

INTRODUCTION The Estoppel is based on the principles of equity, justice and good conscience. Its main objective is to protect the interests of the parties to the suit from deceit and fraudulent acts while promoting goodwill and honesty. Although the Estoppel is the rule of evidence, but it is considered to be a substantive rule …

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Capital Punishment and its Relevance in the 21st Century

Introduction The validity of capital punishment, also called death penalty, execution of an offender sentenced to death after conviction by a court of law of a criminal offense continues to be challenged by civil societies and human rights groups. This article will analyse arguments for and against the relevance of death penalty in the 21st …

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Evidentiary Value Of Photograph

INTRODUCTION “A picture is worth a thousand words” [1] was quoted rightly by an executive of marketing and advertisement, Fred R. Barnard. Photographic evidence plays a contributory role in the identification of facts and findings. The photographic evidence helps to intensify the proceedings of the court through solid portrayals.  The presentation of the photos is …

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