Blog by Niti Manthan
Facilitating young minds towards holistic development.
The article deliberates on the personal laws, the international migrants in India, and the conflicts between them. The article also aims at an alternative path to bring stability between them.
Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code has been considered a much-needed reform for the quick disposal of Indian banks’ NPA conundrum. The law has always been under the scrutiny of experts. It has been 4 years since pan-India implementation, it is time to ripe and explore the impact of IBC on banks while analyzing the success of the Act.
This article aims to deliberate on the fundamental duty which was added after the Stockholm Conference that took place in 1972.
Negligence is the breach of a duty caused by omission to do something which a reasonable man would do or doing something which a prudent man would not do. Medical negligence means failure to act per the standards of reasonably competent medical men at the time. The article comprehends the liability of medical negligence and standards as established in India.
Juvenile delinquency is a genuine offence and it is impeding the social order in the country. This article aims at reasons for juvenile delinquency, why they should be treated as adults supported with the leading landmark judgments and the provisions under various laws for the juveniles.
On June 25, 1975, the President exercised the power conferred in Article 352 of the Constitution because there prevailed a threat to internal disturbances. This day was regarded as the darkest day in the history of the Indian Constitution. This article focuses on the famous dissent of Justice Khanna on the ADM Jabalpur v. Shivkant Shukla case. This article tries to put forward the after-effects of Justice Khanna’s dissent. It also focuses on why Justice Khanna’s dissent is relevant even today.
Cryptocurrency has emerged as a mode of payment that allows online payments to be sent directly from one party to another without the need for central financial authority. The proposed bill namely, Cryptocurrency And Regulation Of Official Digital Currency Bill, 2021, intends to ban the use of cryptocurrency as a legal tender or currency with certain exceptions to promote the underlying technology of cryptocurrency and provide a framework for creating an official digital currency, this official digital currency should be issued by the Central Bank i.e. Reserve Bank of India (RBI). RBI had issued a notice earlier directing entities not to involve in transactions relating to such virtual currency and also banks had disabled crypto trading. Later, the apex court had set aside the circular by giving reasons of being not proportionate and hence violative of Article 19(1)(g) of the Constitution of India.
As per the Government, it is now planning to fast-track the proposed ban by getting this bill in force. If the proposed Crypto Bill becomes law, India will officially ban private cryptocurrencies rather than managing them like corporate stocks.
This unanticipated step by the Government led to a plethora of suggestions and comments of innumerable stakeholders at the national and international levels thus dampening prospective investment goals.
The author attempts to explore the overview of the proposed bill whose fate will decide by the government and the implications of such a bill on future investors.
Manusmriti describes the importance of protecting women from all sorts of evil in society as she is seen as inferior to men. This is quite contradictory to the fact mentioned above as women are exploited in every field including inheritance and succession of property rights in India