Jurisdictio Omnis

By: Abhishek Unnithan, Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law INTRODUCTION “If Liberty means anything at all, it means the right to tell people things they do not want to hear.” This...

By: Shreya Srivastava Assuming that animals are without rights and their treatment won’t have any moral significance is positively atrocious. Animals are not for the use of humans, for any experiment[i],...

Introduction –  The renowned French playwright Yazmina Reza once said, “Theatre is a mirror, a sharp reflection of society. The greatest playwrights are moralists.” Whether theatre and moralism go hand in hand is a...

Khushwant Nimbark, Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law PROLOGUE Discerning the interface between Corporate Governance and Ease of Doing Business unveils the fact that there has been a dearth of research...

By Archisha Chowdhury, Jindal Global University The ancient ‘caste’ regulated societal norms. It carried forth a division of labour and imposed rules of social conduct such as endogamy, untouchability and other...

Miss Stuti Ladia, Mumbai University “Death is not the greatest loss in life. Greatest loss is what dies inside us while we live.” – Norman Cousins Euthanasia, commonly known as Mercy...

Miss. Archisha Chowdhury, Jindal Global University Introduction to the Jury System The trial by jury, a prided invention of the British, is a system of administering justice that relies on a...

Article By Snigdha Roy,University Of Dhaka Prospects of Seat theory or Localization: The traditional Seat theory equates to Lex Arbitri and Lex Loci Arbitri. It has given a strong assumption that...

Article by: Kinjal Baug “Education is not the learning of facts, but a training of the mind to think”– Albert Einstein[1]The role of education is indispensable for human beings to participate...

Introduction:      Animals are extremely important to humans. They are vital for the ecosystem. India, being a country where animals are worshipped and considered as an integral part of the universe,...