Uniform civil code: The need of an Hour by Deepa Dubey

“ONE NATION, ONE LAW” INTRODUCTION In India criminal procedure code is adopted and enacted, which is equally applicable to all without considering gender, creed, caste  and domicile of a citizen, then why don’t we have a generalized code with respect to succession, maintenance, adoption, and divorce. In absence of uniform code these matters are still … Continue reading Uniform civil code: The need of an Hour by Deepa Dubey

SECTION 498A OF THE INDIAN PENAL CODE A SWORD RATHER THAN A SHIELD! BY NOMITA MISHRA

  Introduction Marriage is one of the oldest institutions that provides a foundation of the civilization which built upon prosperity, stability etc. With changing times, increasing awareness and education, women are becoming aware of their rights especially the right to equality and freedom. Since the society came into existence; women have, time and again, been … Continue reading SECTION 498A OF THE INDIAN PENAL CODE A SWORD RATHER THAN A SHIELD! BY NOMITA MISHRA

Domestic Violence: A curtailment of fundamental rights by Deepa Dubey

A house where women are not safe is not a home, and a country where women are ill-treated is not a cultured country! Introduction Domestic violence is the bitter and heartbroken truth of Indian society or should I say an exhibition of inequality within four walls. Domestic violence can be defined in general as a … Continue reading Domestic Violence: A curtailment of fundamental rights by Deepa Dubey