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Adultery

Submitted by: Aakrity Roy, Amity University Before we define adultery we should be able to understand its origin i.e., when a relationship arises outside the illuminant bond of marriage and where an illicit, romantic or sexual relationship or a romantic friendship or passionate attachment occurs, then such a relationship defies the sanctity of marriage and gives rise to an extramarital affair such defiance ..
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Freedom of Speech and Expression

Submitted by: Shivam Kumar, HNLU “We have to uphold a free press and freedom of speech. Because in the end, lies and misinformation are no match for the truth’’ – Barack Obama Freedom of Speech is given to citizens of most countries to enable them to share their ideas and provide their opinion on different matters. ..
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Freedom of Speech and Expression

Submitted by: Manvi Sharma “Everyone has right to freedom of opinion and expression; this right includes freedom to hold opinions without interference, and impart information and ideas through any media regardless of frontiers.” (Universal Declaration of Human Rights, 10th December, 1948) Introduction Freedom of speech—the right to express opinions without government restraint—is a democratic ideal ..
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DECRYPTING CRYPTOCURRENCY : DECODING ITS LEGALITY IN INDIA.

Submitted by: Shaivi Shah and Akshita Singh Introduction The term “currency” can be defined as the order of money or exchange in place in a country. Over the years currency has developed and the latest product of its evolution is cryptocurrency. Arithmetic working and digitalization form the basis of this currency rather than government regulation. ..
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Freedom of Speech and Expression

India became a democratic republic on 26 January, 1950 and the world’s lengthiest and the bulkiest handwritten constitution was brought into power. The Constitution of India adopted various provisions from various countries and one such provision adopted from the constitution of the United States of America, being the Fundamental Rights guaranteed under Part III of ..
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Freedom of Speech and Expression {Article 19 a}

Submitted By: Vinay Tyagi, IMS Noida Meaning Article 19(1) (a) of the Constitution of India states that, “all citizens shall have the right to freedom of speech and expression”. The philosophy behind this Article lies in the Preamble of the Constitution, where a solemn resolve is made to secure to all its citizen, liberty of ..
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CENSORSHIP AND FILMS

Submitted by Asif Iqbal, Centre for Juridical Studies, Dibrugarh University. We have got our independence in the year 1947 and since then we have traversed more than 70 years while fabricating the constitution for our country they added Part III which talked about fundamental rights for each and every citizen living in this territory of ..
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Understanding Real Estate Regulation Act in its truest sense

Submitted By: Tarun Ghai, National Law University, Orissa Real estate is considered to be a blooming industry for any developing country. In the country like India which has the second largest population in the world the need for housing for all is the most important area which the government must work upon. With large number ..
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Winner Announcement (ONLINE LEGAL ESSAY COMPETITION)

We, at AC TIWARI AND ASSOCIATES, are pleased to announce the results for the ‘ONLINE LEGAL ESSAY COMPETITION’. The winners are as follows: 2ND RUNNER UP: VINAY TYAGI (IMS NOIDA) 1ST RUNNER UP: SHIVAM KUMAR (HNLU, RAIPUR) WINNER: AKRITI ROY (AMITY LAW SCHOOL NOIDA) CONSOLATION PRIZE: (PUBLISHING OF ARTICLES) SHAIVI SHAH AND AKSHITA SINGH( NLU ..
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