Significance of ‘Love Jihad Law’- is it really what it is called?

By Bhavika Makhija, Student, Institute of Law, Nirma University Introduction. The Uttar Pradesh Prohibition of Unlawful Conversion of Religious Ordinance, 2020 which is colloquially being called the ‘Love Jihad law’ is actually meant to prohibit the conversion from one religion to another done by force, fraud, undue influence, coercion, misrepresentation, allurement or marriage, but it... Continue Reading →

ARTICLE 25 AND ARTICLE 26- A RELIGIOUS DILEMMA

By Shivam Mishra, 3rd Year, Dr. Ram Manohar Lohiya National Law University, Student Editor - Lexstructor ________________________________________________________________________ I.  INTRODUCTION Professing, practicing, and propagating one’s faith is an entitlement which human community has been conferred with since the very beginning and it has been recognized as an inalienable right of every human being not only on... Continue Reading →

Restoring the Forgotten Spirit of Secularism enshrined in Articles 25 and 26 of the Constitution in Reference to the Recent Religious Violence

By Kumari Pooja, Student Editor (Probationary), Lexstructor This is the highlight reel when the word ‘secularism’ needs a clarification as this word has become an object of ridicule and contempt in recent years that witnessed conflicts related to CAA, Kashmiri Pandits, ban on cow killing, Ram Mandir or any religious tensions. Saddled with lot of... Continue Reading →

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