Section 354 of Indian Penal Code

Section 354 of Indian Penal Code

A man and a woman have never coexisted peacefully. Despite being intellectually at par with men a woman’s position has been that of a vulnerable group in society. The patriarchal society in its need to maintain dominance and power has promoted submissive and non-rebellious women.  The ones who dared to object to this view were … Read more

Law of the Sea: Navigating International Waters

Law of the Sea

Written by: Kamaljot Kaur From: Lovely Professional University Introduction Law of the Sea is a body of international law that concerns the principles and rules by which public entities, especially states, interact in maritime matters, including navigational rights, sea mineral rights, and coastal waters jurisdiction. The Law of the Sea sets down a series of … Read more

Questioning The Legality of Internation Law: South China Sea Dispute

South China Sea Dispute

Written by Anahad Kaur From: Lovely Professional University Introduction “International law” term was coined by Jeremy Bentham for the first time. The term International Law or Law of Nations has been used in contradistinction to the National Law or Municipal Law i.e. the law of the land. Today the scope of international law has extended … Read more

Regulating Deep-Sea Mining Activities in International Waters

Deep-Sea Mining

Written by: Nirbhay Singh From Lovely Professional University Deep-sea mining ventures in the high seas have brought the conundrum of diplomacy at the junction of economic development, environmental conservation, and international law. This research paper analyses the aftermath of deep-sea mining for the environment and scrutinizes the legal and regulatory frames affixed to the undertaking. … Read more

Implementing a Uniform Civil Code in India: Challenges and Opportunities

Uniform Civil Code

Written by Aditya Shaurya Abstract The study focuses on issues related to the absence of a Uniform Civil Code, highlighting the challenges faced by the country due to the application of personal laws to its citizens. India, a diverse nation with various religions and languages, is united by a sense of nationalism despite its many … Read more

The Gaza War : Selling Arms to Israel Violates International Law

The Gaza War Selling Arms to Israel Violates...

Written by Mahek Patel From: Lovely Professional University Introduction The persistent struggle between Israel and Palestine within the heart of the centre east has reliably been a cause of around-the-world concern. This struggle has centred on the Gaza Strip, an intensely populated coastal range that has been hit hardest by savage clashes and compassionate fiascos. … Read more

Seeking Sanctuary: Navigating the Complexities of Asylum

Complexities of Asylum

Written by Navraj Singh from: Lovely Professional University Introduction In a world flooding with clashes, abuse, and savagery, searching for asylum frequently gets to be the ultimate reference point of belief for those getting away with abuse and danger. Security travel is full of challenges, legal impediments, and passionate turmoil. As nations snare with the … Read more

International Submarine Communication Cables and Cyber Security Threats

International Submarine Communication

Written by Nidhi Choudhary Introduction The submarine communication cables form a vast network on the seabed and transmit massive amounts of data across oceans. They provide over 95% of international telecommunications — not via satellites as it is commonly assumed. The global submarine network is the “backbone” of the Internet and enables the ubiquitous use … Read more

Domestic Violence

Domestic Violence

Written by Tosheeq Ahmed Abstract The greatest foundation of a family and society is a woman. She gives birth to life, nurtures, shapes, and strengthens it. She also transmits tradition and serves as a vehicle for passing down culture from one generation to the next. Tragically, she is treated with great injustice in our nation. … Read more

Managing Religious Intolerance in India’s Secular Structure

Managing Religious Intolerance

Written By Rayma Kumari 3rd Year Student of BA.LLB(Hons) Lovely Professional University, Punjab Introduction Religious intolerance in a secular nation is a complicated task, as the colourful fabric of India demonstrates. India is a country renowned for its diverse spirit and rich cultural diversity, and its secular identity works to protect the values of equality … Read more