Regulation of the Domain of Public Nuisance : An Overview of the Existing Indian Laws

By Sneha Mathew, Law Student, Christ University _____________________________________________________________________________ Winfield once said, “Nuisance may be described as unlawful interference with a person’s use or enjoyment of land or of some right over, or in connection with it.”   Nuisances are usually divided into two categories - public and private. In this article, I will be focusing on... Continue Reading →

Same Sex Marriages, “No, we don’t do that Here”, Centre tells SC : A Critical Analysis

By Varunendra Pandey, Content Writer, Lexstructor Sin, crime, pathology, and what not, homosexuality in India has been through various roads and canals to reach to this day where consensual sexual activities between same-sex persons is no more a criminal offence[1].The ancient history of homosexuality is quite rich in India, it was after the drafting of... Continue Reading →

Consensual Intercourse vis-à-vis False Promise of Marriage – The Changing Dimensions of ‘Consent’ in the Offence of Rape

By Paras Gupta, 2nd Year, B.A.LL.B (Hons.), Kurukshetra University Rape, the most hated crime, is proliferating its roots at an irrepressible rate in India with the rape on pretext of false promise of marriage becoming one of its robust branches. ‘By promising marriage’ has become a means for individuals to cheat their partner. According to... Continue Reading →

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