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Right to die: “Please Die!” But do you have the right?

The right to die is a concept that closely contradicts the concept of the Right to life under article 21 of the Indian Constitution based on the opinion that human beings are entitled to end their life or undergo euthanasia voluntarily the same way as they have the right to life.  In common parlance, this right is …

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15 Powerful Legal Quotes

15 Powerful Quotes Related to Law You Will Love Reading

On our Instagram profile, we regularly update quotes on law (Legal Quotes). This includes quoting various renowned professors to presidents to justices around the world that have contributed to the world of law and these quotes for law students try to resonate with their perspective of a particular thing. It is important we as law …

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Vikas Dubey encounter

Vikas Dubey Encounter: Extrajudicial killing vs. Justice

Sometimes to be faithful to law you have to do things beyond the law. Vikas Dubey was a history-sheer, registered his name in the most wanted criminals list. Like any other wanted criminal, he’s said to have been protected by politicians and people from the government. Vikas, was asconding after he killed 8 police officers …

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The Constitution of India WIKI | Extensive Version

The Constitution of India is the supreme law of the land. It is that holy book that even the parliament cannot break. This document lays down the fundamental framework within which the administration of the courts is relied upon. It mentions the rights, liabilities, and duties of its people towards the country and its government …

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Wrongful Confinement and Its Punishment under IPC

Wrongful Confinement and Its Punishment under IPC

In this article, we will discuss the meaning of Wrongful Confinement, its punishment under the Indian Penal Code, with relevant case laws and illustrations. Introduction Wrongful Confinement is dealt with in chapter 16 of IPC and as the name suggests means confining or limiting a person from accessing boundaries that he otherwise is free to …

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Bar Council of India Answers Will Law Students Have Exams

Bar Council of India Answers: Will Law Students Have Exams?

The Bar Council of India steps in to interrupt amid the exam or no exam situation amongst the law students. There has been a lot of confusion among the students of various universities and although a few universities did answer queries that exams shall stand canceled but the majority of them did not answer and …

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