Enabling the Constitution – Asserting the Right of dignity and Equality of persons with disabilities

Talking about disability, let’s try to first understand what disability actually means, According to World Health Organization “Disability is an impairment that may be cognitive, development, intellectual, activity, limitations, sensory or some combination of these.” It substantially affects a person’s life activities and may be present from birth or occur during a person’s lifetime. Disability […]


INTRODUCTION Abortion has consistently been a questionable issue since old occasions. Previously, Abortion was considered as an unthinkable in India. In present day times, the well-known propagator of peacefulness, Mahatma Gandhi cited, it appears to me clear as light that Abortion would be a wrongdoing . Yet, with evolving times, the belief system of individuals […]

Uniform Civil Code

India takes its pride in the fact that it is the embodiment of different religions, cultures, customs and languages and to preserve this heterogeneity, India has different laws for different religious groups when it comes to their personal matters viz. inheritance, succession, marriage, divorce, adoption and maintenance which is based on their religious scriptures and […]

The Abrogation of Article 370: Questions of Constitutionality and Constitutionalism

Introduction​: Through 3 legal documents Presidential order withdrawing special status of Jammu and Kashmir (J&K) Presidential order abrogating Article 370 and Passing of an act by Parliament which carved out two union territories from the state of J&K (‘Jammu & Kashmir’ and ‘Ladakh’) changed the destiny of J&K in August 2019, and it resulted in […]