Bhupendrasinh Chudasama’s election issue: Legal angle

Author: Akash Kumar Singh from ILS LAW COLLEGE, Pune

Amidst the grappling and struggles from the COVID-19 crises, the Vijay Rupani-led BJP government in Gujarat has suffered a significant blow from the Gujarat High Court on May 12th, wherein Justice Paresh Upadhyay via video conferencing has declared the…

Internet: A fundamental right

Authors: Iffla Firdous from Department of Law, University of Kashmir, Hazratbal Srinagar.

Internet is an endless network of people, information, and knowledge which rests solely on the architecture of a digital public space found in social and professional networking, rivalling the richness of any physical town square. The conflicts and fights in the world…

Constitutional Law: Doctrine of Laches

Author: Sakshi Chauhan from ILS Law College, Pune.

When one comes across the term “laches”, he may at the first instinct begin to think of it as a metal bar which you lift in order to open the door; but in legal scenario “laches” means “too bad” as in “that opportunity is now lost”. The doctrine of laches is often used…

Explained: Governor’s Rule

Author: Ramya Singh from Dr. Ram Manohar Lohiya National Law Univeristy Lucknow and Manish Jain from Ramaiah Institute of Legal Studies.

In the several states of India, a State Government is run by a body of democratically elected Council of Ministers led by the Chief Minister which is responsible to the State Legislative Assembly (Vidhan Sabha). The Chief Minister is the de facto chief executive of the State…

Constitutional Law: Doctrine of Waiver

Author: Tanish Gupta from Dharmashastra National Law University (DNLU), Jabalpur.

An individual possesses certain legal rights which are conferred upon him either by the constitution, statute or a contract. A Right can be defined as an interest or a claim which gives the individual the power to control the act of others, i.e., to make someone do…