LRJLSEI: Volume I Issue III


VOLUME I ISSUE III


A Case  study on the level of awareness about Constitutional and legal rights among women of village and Diara District. UNA, H.P. by Dr. Bhavna Sharma, Principle (Offg.), HIMCAPES College of Law

We cannot deny this fact that women empowerment and human development go hand in hand as women folk constitutes almost 50% of the world population and is therefore a valuable human resource. Women empowerment has become challenge of this century and to fulfill this challenge, various strategies and policies have been made including social empowerment, economic empowerment, political empowerment and more particularly gender equality in order to eliminate all types of discrimination against women. Read More

Issues Concerning Execution of Death Penalty By Rohini Hirwane, ILS Law College, Pune & Mohit Khanna, Government Law College, Mumbai

With the rise and advancement of crimes in the society, the nature of punishment is becoming stricter. The highest form of punishment in India is capital punishment that is given for atrocious crimes. It can work as both, retributive as well as utilitarian kind of punishment. This paper is based on the legal and social control of death penalty in India and highlights the issues concerning its execution. Read More

Training on Cyber Law: A New Challenge for the Police By Palvi Mathavan, Research Scholar, Department of Law, University of Jammu

Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) are progressively being adopted in Police work with the aim of nurturing greater accountability and a contrivance to check cyber crime. The know how about cyber crime is also inadequate among a significant section of the officers. The training programmes on cyber crime and its detection is only made available to a selected few, while the rest remain in darkness. Read More

Witch Hunting: Practices and Its Abolition By Neha Khatri Damani, Department of Law, Mohanlal Sukhadia University

In India the subject of women empowerment is not new and has become burning issue all over the world from past few decades. As class women have suffered a lot because of
diminution of respect and status in relationship between men and women, it is no longer same as it used to be. The family which was corner stone of civilised society is breaking up. Read More

The Role of Education in the Reformative Justice System of Juvenile Offenders By Abhinaya Sridharan, School of Law, Christ University, Bengaluru

In today’s day and age, we are becoming witnesses to an increasingly recognizable phenomenon of children in conflict with law, which calls for legislations in place to govern this. Despite being a country deeply concerned about the welfare of the children in our society, further having an impact on the welfare of the society at large, India has been plagued by many events of a criminal nature being increasingly committed by the very children who were sought to protect. Read More

Euthanasia in India: Socio-Legal Control By Nikita Mittal & Vranda Bansal Mody, University of Science and Technology (College of law and Governance)

Euthanasia is one of the most perplexing and debated issues throughout the world. Contrary views and arguments exist in this regard whether euthanasia should be legalized or not. This debate is continuing one because it is believed that human life is sacred and holy and such value should not be violated whereas others say that it’s autonomy of an individual freedom of choice to live or die with dignity. Read More

Dowry Prohibition By Simran

In the ancient times the marriages were related to kanyadan. It was laid down in the Vedas and dharma that the matrimonial ceremonies are not complete until the bride groom gets the dakshina, this is the reason that whenever the bridegroom is given a bride he also gets some valuable thing i.e. cash or something in kind which is known as dakshina. Read More

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