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

Month: June 2022

The Interplay between the Right to Life (Death) and the Criminalization of Suicide: A Contemporary Review

Introduction: The number of people who take their own lives has been gradually climbing over the past several years. Additionally, the number of people who die by suicide each year is 25 times larger than those who die by suicide attempts each year. The Mental Healthcare Act (MHCA), 2017, was passed into law by the …

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Excessive Criminalization as a failed response

There is barely any community on the planet that does not struggle with the issue of criminality. For a long time, people have accepted criminal behavior as a natural occurrence. Even if all of the members of a community possessed ideal characteristics, there would still be instances of people breaking the rules that govern that …

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QUASI CONTRACTS- SECTION 68-72 OF THE INDIAN CONTRACT ACT

INTRODUCTION A retroactive agreement between two parties who have no prior responsibilities to each other is known as a quasi-contract. It is made by the judge to fix a situation in which one party benefits at the expense of the other. This agreement is meant to keep one party from taking advantage of the situation …

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Vehicle Modifications in India and the USA: A Winding Road

  Introduction: It is difficult to travel a day without seeing at least one vehicle that has undergone modifications from the automotive aftermarket sector because automobile modifications have become such an intrinsic part of car culture. However, the mere fact that modifications are common does not imply that all of them are within the bounds …

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Religious Freedom under the Constitution of India and Recent Controversies

1.    Introduction Religion is a matter of faith and belief. It is centered on man’s belief in supernatural forces. Sociologist Durkheim defines religion as a “unified system of beliefs and practices relative to sacred things, that is to say, things set apart and forbidden.”The terms ‘religion’ and ‘matters of religion’ are not defined in the …

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Rising the age of Marriage for Girls and the Gender Neutrality

Introduction-           “Your daughter seems to be quite young, teach her the household work. Teach her to cook properly. It’s the time to get her married.” Commonly these are the words of people when they refer a girl of 18. There is just the opinion that a girl is born to do the household chores, …

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