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RELIGIOUS LAWS AND RELIGIOUS CRIMES IN DEVELOPED AND DEVELOPING NATIONS

By Shreya C Shetty, B.A. LLB (Hons.) SDM Law College INTRODUCTION Religion plays an important role since ancient times in many countries. It forms the basis of human existence in which the followers have to abide by moral rules. It refers to a way of life consisting of customs, traditions, and practices for the people …

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India’s Journey From Procedure Established By Law To Due Process Of Law

-By Abhijeet Shekhawat, Bba.Llb(H) Gujarat National Law University   INTRODUCTION Two recent Supreme Court of India decisions[1] clarify, reinforce, and reaffirm the Constitution’s pervasiveness of due process of law. The judgments appear to represent a departure from the previous approach of “minimalism” and point to a paradigm shift in how original constitutional rules are approached[2]. …

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CRIMINALIZATION OF MARITAL RAPE IN INDIA: NEED OF THE HOUR

By Divay Kakkar, Bba.Llb (H) Vivekananda Institute of Professional Studies (VSLLS)   “Truth: Rape does indeed happen between girlfriend and boyfriend, husband and wife. Men who force their girlfriends or wives into having sex are committing rape, period. The laws are blurry, and in some countries marital rape is legal. But it still is rape.” …

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