Author: Drishti Mehra

This post has been written by Drishti Mehra, a student pursuing a B.A, LL.B. from Amity Law School, Noida.  Introduction The advancement of technology has made things easy for mankind. Nowadays, man is dependent on the computer and the internet for all his needs to be fulfilled. The internet has made the job easier as it takes no time to get the job done while sitting at his place only. The domain of the internet is all over the world and everyone is sort of Obsessed with its use. Whether it may be online shopping, gaming, online transactions, e-commerce, tour,…

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This post has been written by Drishti Mehra, a student pursuing a B.A, LL.B. from Amity Law School, Noida. Tracking crime over time is a complex process, because “crime” constitutes hundreds of heterogeneous behaviors that change in their definition and prevalence across persons, time, and space. What is a “crime”? Clearly, the measurement of crime differs by jurisdiction, type of behavior, and social acceptability. What is Criminology, and how does it relate to Sociology? In sociology, we typically try to look for social causes of all kinds of phenomena. Criminology is one of the largest and fastest-growing subfields of sociology,…

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This post has been written by Drishti Mehra, a student pursuing a B.A, LL.B. from Amity Law School, Noida. Yes, this is right female genital mutilation is still practiced in native parts of India, not only in other parts of the world. Although the United Nations had declared this violation of human rights and yet it is not banned in India or any law is made. In a study, it showed that 75% of the Bohra Muslim community still follows this practice. They promise to take you out for movies, gardens or chocolates instead they take you to the darkroom…

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Facts in issue: Whether the books fulfill the other requirements of Section 34 so as to be admissible in evidence? Whether the entries are admissions within the meaning of Section 17 of the Act so as to be admissible as relevant evidence under Section 21? Brief Facts: On May 3, 1991, the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI), New Delhi, searched the premises of J.K. Jain at G-36, Saket, New Delhi to work out information received while investigating the case in New Delhi. In course of the search, they recovered, besides other articles and documents, two diaries, two small notebooks, and…

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This post has been written by Drishti Mehra, a student pursuing a B.A, LL.B. from Amity Law School, Noida. With a population of 1.33 billion people in India, imposing a lockdown is the big step for any government. In a situation like COVID-19 where the whole world is suffering from its awful spread, it was necessary to take a step like this to further restrict the spread of this virus, but implementing lockdown without any pre-planning in a country like this where a huge amount of population resides, it would affect the resources, money, and lives of the people. Looking…

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This post has been written by Drishti Mehra, a student pursuing a B.A, LL.B. from Amity Law School, Noida. The strikes or three strikes was referred to strike out in baseball or softball when a batter receives three strikes during his time at bat, which leads to an “out”; a strikeout is a statistic recorded for both pitchers and batters. What is the Three Strikes Law? When an individual is convicted of a crime, he or she is dealt with the severity of the crime. Crimes include petty theft, sexual assault, robbery, murder, etc. In the 90’s era, the rate…

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This post has been written by Drishti Mehra, a student pursuing a B.A, LL.B. from Amity Law School, Noida. Criminal defamation in India is recently in the news for various reasons, questions are being asked whether it’s a violation of Article 19 (1) (a) i.e. freedom of speech. It is also being argued that criminalizing defamation has a harsh effect on article 19, many requests were sent to the supreme court to decriminalize the section and make it only civil wrong. Despite the requests the supreme court upheld its decision and moving forward there are some terms which are needed…

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This post has been written by Drishti Mehra, a student pursuing a B.A, LL.B. from Amity Law School, Noida. A number of rape cases in India in the past few months have put a spotlight on the issue of gender-based attacks in the country. Experts say deep-seated patriarchy has created a “second-class” status for women in India, in the brutal rape case of Priyanka Reddy has raised similar concerns as after the Nirbhaya case of 2012 and it shocked the whole nation with this amount of brutality prevalent in the human race and it created a horrifying atmosphere not only…

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