Efficiency of Article 224 A of the Indian Constitution
Author: Dipti Gabriel
Abstract: In order to assist the individuals seeking justice, a salient provision of the Indian Constitution fights the block of pendency of cases since time immemorial in the High Courts of the country by providing the appoint of ad-hoc or additional sitting judges to settle the pending disputes, ensuring speedy disposal of cases. Article 224 A of the Indian Constitution simply proves to be a minimal yet a robust mechanism to help the Judiciary in delivering its effective services to the citizens and thereby re-building the trust along with justice in the institution.
The Act of Selective Distortion: Why Only the Hindu Temples?
Authors: Tarun Satya and Chiranth S. H.
Abstract: Only the Hindu Temples have been under the control of the Government since Pre-independence. The root cause for this is a infamous legislation called as Hindu Religious and Charitable Endowment Act, 1959. This research paper will lay emphasis on the historical background of the legislation mentioned above. The paper will further dive into the aspects of secularism and it’s conflict with the said legislation. Later this paper will embrace the constitutional validity of this legislation would be concluded with certain recommendations.
UCC and Women’s Rights
Author: Yashi Gulecha
Abstract: Gender Equality is vital for overall development and for realisation of human rights for all. The overall objective is a society where men and women are being subjected to the same opportunities and laws. Uniform Civil Code and issues of gender justice are closely connected to each other in a diverse country like India. However, women are being discriminated against in many of the personal laws that exist in India. This article is an attempt to understand how Uniform Civil Code works in the favour of gender equality.It critically analyses the prevailing personal laws and relevancy of UCC in eliminating gender bias.
Covid Activism: Can Courts Comment on Policy Matters?
Author: Aparna V Pillai
Abstract: Covid activism : Can courts comment on policy matters , is a highly relevant topic to be discussed considering the current scenario , in the pandemic struck world , which has brought even the most dynamic industries and institutions to a stand still , times , when the government is coerced to take hasty decisions, formulate policies that are at the interest of the people in limited time , miscues are bound to happen. Selective intervention of judiciary can play a major role in this time of crisis with their vital suggestions on policy matters and help in effective governance.
Entrepreneurship: The Start-up Ecosystem in India
Author: Unmesh Roy
Abstract: Now a days, the world is filled with uncertainly & promising generation. We took Plato’s quote (necessity is the mother of invention) as our of the life changing proverb. This shows the possibilities on how to make the opportunities in this uncertain world. Entrepreneurship/start-up is one of the opportunities. They are mainly based on real life problems & solutions. Although this adds a new level in our life filled with rat race, it also creates a huge working opportunity for the youths.