Defamation Laws and Chilling Effect on Freedom of Speech and Expression

This article has been written by Nimisha Mishra, a second-year student of NALSAR University of Law. In this article, the author has done the comparative study among the USA, UK and India regarding the defamation law and chilling effect. INTRODUCTION Other than life, the thing that man most cares about is his reputation. Men’s reputationRead More

Maintenance under the Hindu and Muslim Law

This article is written by PRANIT BHAGAT pursuing B.A LLB from ILS Law College, Pune. In this article, he has discussed the various types of maintenances under Hindu law and Muslim law and also compared both of them.   INTRODUCTION The main reason behind the concept of Maintenance is to see that if one of theRead More

Surrogacy: Advantageous or Unethical?

This article is written by Aaditya Kapoor, a law-aspiring student of Vivekananda Institute of Professional Studies. Through his research, Aaditya strived to shed light upon currently existing laws regarding surrogacy in India, along with its impact on surrogate mothers as well as the institution of marriage. INTRODUCTION The reproduction process is considered to be aRead More