Shaping Justice: The Proposed Bharatiya Nyaya Sanhita Amendment Bill
A nation's legal framework serves as the backbone of its society, ensuring justice, equality, and protection of individual rights. In this context, the proposed Bharatiya Nyaya Sanhita Amendment Bill is a significant development that aims to reform and strengthen India's criminal justice system. This blog delves into the proposed amendment's key provisions and potential implications, shedding light on its role in shaping a more efficient and equitable legal landscape.
No Confidence Motion in India: Explained
In parliamentary democracies, the No Confidence Motion (NCM) concept is a critical mechanism for ensuring governmental accountability and transparency and maintaining the delicate balance between the executive and legislative branches. In India, a nation that upholds democratic principles, the NCM is significant in its political landscape. The No Confidence Motion represents a powerful tool in the hands of the opposition to voice concerns, challenge policies, and even potentially change the course of governance.This blog delves into the No Confidence Motion concept, procedure, implications, and historical relevance in the Indian context.
Fallacy And Facts Pertaining To Mental Illness
Mental illness has many misconceptions about not only the disease but also about the outcome of the disease. It is necessary to understand all the fallacy and the fact about it clearly so that the exact concept and the nature of cause of crime and criminality is identified and understand.
Public Interest Litigations and Lawyering for the Fame Sake: A Practical Approach
Public Interest litigations are meant for making access to justice easier for public at large and for providing justice to those who may not be able to afford costly legal procedures. This blogs discusses about public interest litigation for the fame sake and suggests measures to tackle the issue of frivolous PILs.