Share Tweet Plus One Pin It Email Print By: manav malhotra November 21, 2018 11:32 pm Change Font Size Lexkhoj publication is an ideal house of publications that accepts and promotes quality research papers across the globe without any reservations over religion, nationality and boundaries. Lexkhoj Publication is hereby cordially inviting Authors to submit their original research work papers for the upcoming edition of Lexkhoj International Journal of Criminal Law. Submission Categories: Articles (2000 – 5000 words) Essays (2000 words) Case Comments (1000 – 2000 words) Book Review (1500 words) Submission Guidelines: All submissions must adhere to the following guidelines: Cover Letter: The first page should include the following:Title of the PaperName of the Author/s; Co-authored papers should give full details about all the Authors; Maximum two Authors permittedDesignationInstitutional AffiliationCorrespondence Address. In case of Co-authored … [Read more...] about Call For Paper: Lexkhoj International Journal Of Criminal Law
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Share Tweet Plus One Pin It Email Print By: manav malhotra November 18, 2018 11:31 pm Change Font Size The ALSD STUDENT JOURNAL, ISSN 2249 – 4421, (Listed in UGC Approved Journal List bearing No.42016) – an initiative of The Student Journal Society of Amity Law School, Delhi (GGSIP University) welcomes submissions for Volume VII of the Journal. The theme for the issue is “Emerging Trends in Constitutional Law and Criminal Law.” Submission Categories: Research Articles and Review Articles –5,000-7,000 words (Abstract of not more than 500 words) Research Notes – 2,000-3,000 words (Abstract of not more than 350 words) Case comments – 2,000-3,000 words (Abstract of not more than 350 words) Book Reviews – 1,500-2,500 words (Abstract of not more than 350 words) Submission Guidelines: Co-authorship is allowed up to a maximum of two authors. Manuscripts can be in the form of Articles, Research Notes, Case … [Read more...] about Call For Papers: Amity Law School Delhi Student Journal On Constitutional Law And Criminal Law
Share Tweet Plus One Pin It Email Print By: ashok kini October 30, 2018 11:00 am Change Font Size ‘The editor has, in the most inconsiderate, unconscious and imprudent manner published the said amendment in the Journal.’ The Jammu and Kashmir High Court recently pulled up a law publisher for incorporating misleading and incorrect provision regarding an amendment of Section 167 of Jammu and Kashmir Code of Criminal Procedure. In fact, the Criminal Laws Amendment Act of 2013 (Act XI of 2014) had extended the period of remand to 30 days instead of the 15 days as it existed earlier and it was only applicable to the offences under Sections 326 A, 326B, 376, 376A, 376C, 376D and 376E. The amendment in the Gupta’s J&K Laws, 2015 edition, has been published in such a manner as if it is applicable to all the offences. Justice M.K. Hanjura, while considering a bail application in an NDPS case, took note of the provision as incorporated in the … [Read more...] about Incorrect Incorporation Of Criminal Law Amendment In Law Journal; Jammu & Kashmir HC Pulls Up Editor, State [Read Judgment]
Share Tweet Plus One Pin It Email Print By: chirag balyan September 24, 2018 10:56 am Change Font Size The archaic practice of the triple-talaq which is said to be oppressive to Muslim women was struck down last year by the Hon’ble Supreme Court of India in the case of Shayara Bano v. Union of India, as unconstitutional. Since then the debates have revolved around the criminalisation of practice of triple-talaq in order to deter Muslim men to resort to this fundamentally oppressive method. The discourse on the issue of criminalisation has been centred around arguments on grounds of religion, gender-justice, and public opinion. Though, few have argued that penal law may not be a suitable because one can’t expect that a husband after serving the jail term would go back to his wife or conversely, the wife will accept him. There is no debate whatsoever on the moral limits of criminal law. The ordinance declaring the practice of pronouncing three times … [Read more...] about The Criminalisation Of Triple Talaq – Is It A Doom Of Criminal Law?
Share Tweet Plus One Pin It Email Print By: Bharat Chugh August 26, 2018 10:23 am Change Font Size A woman with her computer can steal more than a hundred women with guns  Data is the “new oil”, and has arguably replaced oil as the world’s most valuable resource. Internet and smartphones have made data ubiquitous, plentiful and more valuable than ever before. Other than the data voluntarily shared, every technological action leaves digital footprints, which are harvested by algorithm-wielding companies, to know more about us. The digital traces that one unwittingly leaves carry valuable information as to one’s personality, attributes, preferences, buying choices, which are often used by companies to predict behavior1 and to even engineer the choices that we make. To cut a long story short, data is extremely valuable, and history tells us that if there is something which is plentiful and valuable, someone is probably going to try and steal … [Read more...] about Data Theft And The Indian Criminal Law