Category: Blog

  • Dos and Don’ts for a Law Student

    By Sidharth Mohanty, University Law College, Utkal University, Bhubaneswar. A law student carries some obligation on his shoulder, which includes a moral obligation towards the professors, classmates and self. The term moral obligation has a number of meanings in moral philosophy, in religion, and in layman’s term. Generally speaking, when someone says of an act […]

  • Research Methodology: Ins and Outs

    By Bhagyashree Sonwane, Indore Institute of Law, Devi Ahilya Vishwa Vidyalaya, Indore, M.P, India. Research refers to the systematic search of a particular topic or issue. In other words it can be defined as art of searching knowledge. The Oxford defines it as “The systematic investigation into and study of materials and sources in order […]

  • St Xavier’s Case: A Critical Analysis

    “The Constitution has been reared for immortality, if the work of man may justly aspire to such a title. It may, nevertheless, perish in an hour by the folly, or corruption, or negligence of its only keepers, The People.” -Joseph story The whole debate in the Constituent Assembly on Article 23 of the Draft Constitution […]

  • Comparative Advertising–A Necessary Evil

    Comparative advertising is a promotional technique in which an advertiser claims the superiority of its product over competing product(s) by direct or indirect comparison. Comparative advertising is defined as advertising that compares alternative brands on objectively measurable attributes or price, and identifies the alternative brand by name, illustration or other distinctive information.

  • National Judicial Appointments Commission: A Study in Effectiveness

    By Rajashree Aryabala Tripathy, KIIT Law School, Bhubaneswar. Article 124(2) states, whenever there is a proposal for appointment of the Supreme Court Judges, it will be done by the President of India in consultation with other Judges of the Supreme Court. But time has changed and the judiciary, executive and legislature have to take steps according […]

  • Corporate Social Responsibility: An Analysis

    By Sibani Panda, KIIT Law School, Bhubaneswar. “Without a sense of caring, there can be no sense of community” In the recent years, increasing attention has been given to the concept of corporate social responsibility. The corporate social responsibility is an evolving concept and it does not have a universally accepted definition, so it generally […]

  • Dual Citizenship in India: Advantages

    By Stuti Saxena, IGNOU, Delhi. Citizenship in India is administered under the statutory provisions of the Citizenship Act, 1955, which has been amended from time to time. Further to this, Indian Constitution also enshrines the tenets of Citizenship in its Part II. India follows the system of single citizenship. As per Indian nationality law, jus […]

  • Belief versus Knowledge

    “I think that anyone who has taken the trouble to examine his, or her, own mind in regard to their worldly knowledge on any matter, will agree that this knowledge is entirely based on experience, but when we turn our attention to religion we immediately feel either that actual knowledge is lacking or that it […]

  • Faith, Taste and History by Aldous Huxley

    “…a church once condemned by the Supreme Court as an organized rebellion, but now a monolith of respectability; a passionately loyal membership distinguished, even in these middle years of the twentieth century, by the old-fashioned Protestant and pioneering virtues of self-reliance and mutual aid—together, these make up a tale which no self-respecting reader even of […]