LIJCRL: Volume I Issue III


VOLUME I ISSUE III


Enforcement of Individual Criminal Responsibility on Individual Members of Armed Non-State Actors By Dr. Nadarajah Pushparajah

International criminal law criminalizes the violations of international norms, including international humanitarian law and international human rights law by imposing criminal responsibility on individual human beings whether part of state actors or armed non-state actors. This article examines the development of international criminal justice in criminalizing the serious violations of international humanitarian law and the cross violation of international human rights law by armed non-state actors Read More

Stalking: A Case Study with special reference to Government Maharana Pratap College in The State of Himachal Pradesh By Dr. Bhavana Sharma

Stalking is unwanted or obsessive attention by an individual or group towards another person. Stalking behaviors are related to harassment and intimidation and may include following the victim in person or monitoring them. The term stalking is used, with some differing definitions, in psychiatry and psychology and also in some legal jurisdictions as a term for a criminal offense. Read More 

Legal Principles Involving Dowry Death by Saunak Rajguru

Although various statutory laws provide a variety of enforcement mechanisms to curtail dowry death, proper enforcement mechanisms do pose a huge challenge. The most obvious problem associated with dowry death is proving the same and the shift of the burden on the accused persons whereby justice hangs in the balance. In addition to the impact of human livelihoods caused by the dowry menace, society in general gets affected. Read More

Law of Sedition: Conundrums and Others Paradoxes by Tejsav Anand

The Law of Sedition has always triggered debates around the nation as being violative of the fundamental right of freedom of speech and expression. Sedition is nowhere defined in any law but finds its mention in the marginal note of Section 124A of the Indian Penal Code. The definition of the law of sedition is plagued by vagueness and non-uniformity makes it even more vulnerable to misuse. Read More

‘#yakubhanging’ The Melodrama of the Human Rights of a Terrorist By Rishabh Bhojwani and Annesha Das

Even as the execution of the psychological militant sentenced for the Mumbai blasts of 1993, YakubMemon, occurred in July, 2015, the nozzles of saccharine ethical quality were completely opened. A few sound nibbles, supposition segments and publications showed up in the Indian media denouncing the foundation of capital punishment, particularly on account of YakubMemon Read More

Genocide  Man Plays God by Shivani Raheja

History, has proven to be the producer of the most unimaginable, terrifying and daunting stories the world has ever known. These stories portray the shocking evils that man is capable of. Man has been depicted as a beast who doesn’t care about bloodshed of its own kind, has painted barren land with blood and blanketed the fragrance of life with the foul stench of death. Read More

Forgery: A Conceptual discussion By Raj krishna & Rahul singh

Forgery usually involves a false document, signature, or other imitation of an object of value used with an intention to deceive another. Those who commit forgery are usually charged with the crime of fraud. Documents that can be used as the object of forgery include contracts, identification cards, and legal certificates. Read More

Internal Security Challenges For India A Role Of Security Forces by Parvesh Kumar Rajput

India has lost over so many lives to terrorism over the last decade in the major irregular and sub-conventional wars that have afflicted the country. A majority of these fatalities have occurred in J&K and in the Northeast alone as a result of the proxy war in the former, and a range of separatist insurgencies in the latter. Read More

Case Analysis – L.C. Golaknath and Ors Vs. State of Punjab & Anrs. By Dipankar Madaan and Urvashi Raina

It is commonly acknowledged that when a judicial pronouncement is made, it not only applies to any particular case but the ratio would apply to the future cases also. This is also the essence of the concept of precedent. In other words, the law declared by the court is not descriptive as the court holds it but also prescriptive in the sense the future judges have to use it. Read More

Marital Rape Is Not An Offence In India by Himanshi Srivastava

Marital Rape is more widely experienced by women, though not exclusively. It refers to the non-consensual sex in which the perpetrator is the victim’s spouse. It is a form of partner rape, domestic violence and sexual abuse. Now the question comes that Why MARITAL RAPE IS NOT AN OFFENCE IN INDIA? Read More

Legal Protection available to disabilities in India by Ranjan dube

The government enacted various laws for the protection and development disable person. The Constitution of India also provides the various provisions to deal with disability. Judiciary play an important role for the implementation of disability person right by the provision of Constitution and other Act enacted for the protection of right of disable person. Read More

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