Centre for Human Rights at Symbiosis Law School Hyderabad commemorates International Human Rights Day in December 2020 by hosting an online poetry competition “WORD OUT LOUD”.
This blog analyses whether the death penalty should be legitimized via a case study of the Shabnam Ali case.
The author puts forth his views on the question whether having sexual intercourse with someone under the false promise of marriage amounts to rape.
The timing of the ban on Chinese apps is what draws attention to it. While the government declared the ban on the apps under Section 69A of the Information Technology Act, 2000.
This post is about the recent case of online harassment and bullying of comedian, Agrima Joshua, by a man named Shubham Mishra in the name of belittling the religious sentiments of Indians. The blog will talk about the joke made by the comedian, the rape and death threats given out by Shubham Mishra as a response to the joke and its repercussions. Moreover, the significance of section 66A of the IT Act concerning the whole Agrima Joshua scenario will also be discussed.
ICC provides us hope that justice will be provided and the sole reason for its existence is to eradicate the crimes of heinous nature committed in the international community.
Usually a landmark judgment of the Supreme Court is a lavish blend of baroque legal jargons and concepts. One such concept is “constitutional morality” which can be considered to be the cornerstone of any constitutional democracy. In this blog, we will make an attempt to understand what it means.