Weekend Articles

ROLE OF OPPOSITION POLITICAL PARTIES IN DEMOCRATIC SET UP

Introduction “Democracy is when the indigent and not the men of property, are the rulers” –Aristotle. The Opposition Political Parties are the second largest Parties after the ruling parties who have formed the government, in the Parliament and the State legislature...

THE JUVENILE JUSTICE LAW

INTRODUCTION The juvenile justice system in India, under the Juvenile Justice (Care and Protection of Children) Act, 2015, aims to protect, rehabilitate, and reintegrate children in conflict with the law. Recent changes allow juveniles aged 16-18, who commit heinous...

SUPREME COURT RULING ON NON-BAILABLE WARRANTS

INTRODUCTION The case of Sharif Ahmed & Anr. v. State Of Uttar Pradesh & Ors. has recently sparked discussions in legal circles due to its implications on the issuance of non-bailable warrants. This landmark ruling by the Supreme Court highlights the...

RIGHT TO VOTE

Introduction The right to vote is a fundamental right in any democratic society, ensuring that citizens have a say in who governs them and how they are governed. It is not just a privilege, but a basic human right, protected by international declarations and many...