DECODING INDEMNITIES UNDER THE INDIAN CONTRACT LAW

Authored By – Soumya Shekhar[1]   The concept of indemnity under the Indian Contract Act, has been theoretically explored many times in the past. However, how are indemnities used in…

EXPLORING THE RULE OF LAW – RULE BY LAW PARADIGM IN THE LIGHT OF THE CENTRAL VISTA JUDGEMENT

Authored By – Debarati Pal [1] The Central Vista[2] is a seemingly alternative reinforcement of constitutionalism as proffered by the respondents to the Honourable Supreme Court. Interestingly, the sole reason…

DECRIMINALIZATION OF ADULTERY: WAS STRIKING THE PROVISION DOWN, AN ONLY ALTERNATIVE?

Authored By – Garima Sharma[1] “When a man and woman marry, God is always watching and listening (whether or not it is a church wedding), and he will hold each…

WHETHER THE SUPREME COURT GUIDELINES IN S.R. BOMMAI VS UNION OF INDIA (1994) 3 SCCC 1 ON ARTICLE 356 STILL HOLDS GOOD OR REQUIRES A REVISIT?

  Authored By – Dr. Rakesh Kumar Chopra[1] The power conferred under article 356 is not an absolute power but conditional not to impact the basic feature of the constitution;…

MOBIKWIK DATA BREACH – ARE CYBERSECURITY RESEARCHERS A BOON OR A BANE?

              Authored By – Siddharth Jain[1] OVERVIEW With constant development in technology, the all-pervasive role internet has been playing in our lives and, most…

UPES STUDENT LAW REVIEW | CALL FOR PAPERS | VOL. 2 (1) | SUBMIT BY JUNE 10, 2021

  About UPES: UPES was established in the year 2003 through the UPES Act, 2003 of the State Legislature of Uttarakhand. With an ambitious vision and peerless approach, UPES emerged…

UPES STUDENT LAW REVIEW: RESULTS FOR EDITORIAL BOARD (2021-22) RELEASED!

Results for UPES Student Law Review’s Editorial Board for Session 2021-22 Now Released! Click to know more.

FOUNDATION FOR MEDIA PROFESSIONALS V UNION TERRITORY OF JAMMU & KASHMIR: 2G IS NOT VIABLE DURING THE PANDEMIC

Written By: Aritra Mitra Aritra Mitra is a 1st Year Student At National Law Univeristy, Odhisa   INTRODUCTION The petition filed by Foundation of media professionals, was primarily regarding the…