LAW YOG

Do CCTV Cameras in Public Violates Human Rights

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In this digital world, a life without cameras is unthinkable. Everywhere we go, we could see cameras. For example, at public places, at malls, at theatres, at parking areas, at … Read More

A Critical Analysis of Capital Punishment in India and EU

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Capital punishment is an execution practise as punishment for a serious crime after a proper legal trial. Capital punishment is provided when the offence is proved by a court of … Read More

The Use of Chemical Weapons in Syria- The Role of International Law.

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Syrian chemical weapons program began in the 1970s. Post-training from Egypt and the Sovereign Union, weapon production started in the 1980s. Syria was ranked number 3rd in the stockpile of … Read More

Custodial Death of Jayaraj & Bennix: A Time to Re-look Police Reforms

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After starting of the movement for justice of George Floyd, another heinous case of police brutality comes where a father and son — P Jayaraj, 58, and his son Fenix, … Read More

Legal Intervention on the Problems faced by Migrant Workers during COVID Pandemic

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Migrant workers are amongst the most vulnerable sections of the society in terms of normalcy and emergency. It is intriguing that around 20 lakhs migrant labourers leave their home state … Read More

A Comparative Study of Legal Framework on Euthanasia in India and the Netherlands

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It is a human tendency to have the desire to live a fruitful life. However, on the other hand, every human being also can experience a feeling to end his … Read More