Surrogacy

ABSENCE OF MONETARY EXCHANGE AND EXPLOITATION: An Altruistic Surrogacy Perspective

Commercial surrogacy is deemed to be an exploitative affair for the surrogate, and therefore, the practice is penalized in India. Given this, we seem to have made a false assumption about altruistic surrogacy agreements, i.e., the factor of exploitation within these agreements does not exist. Thus, the following article sheds light on that discourse and attempts to show otherwise. Continue reading ABSENCE OF MONETARY EXCHANGE AND EXPLOITATION: An Altruistic Surrogacy Perspective

THE INDIAN CONSTITUTION: ABSTRACTION OF JUSTICE – [PART-II]

-by Atyotma Gupta This is the second and concluding part of the two-part series. Previous part can be accessed here. Article 32: Is It Just As mentioned above, Article 32 of the constitution is the remedial provision for the violation of fundamental rights and enshrines a right to the aggrieved to approach the apex court to seek the protection of his/her fundamental rights. It is the … Continue reading THE INDIAN CONSTITUTION: ABSTRACTION OF JUSTICE – [PART-II]

THE INDIAN CONSTITUTION: ABSTRACTION OF JUSTICE – [PART-I]

-by Atyotma Gupta “I know no safe depository of the ultimate powers of the society but the people themselves; and if we think them not enlightened enough to exercise their control with a wholesome discretion, the remedy is not to take it from them, but to inform their discretion by education. This is the true corrective of abuses of constitutional power”            … Continue reading THE INDIAN CONSTITUTION: ABSTRACTION OF JUSTICE – [PART-I]

A JURISPRUDENTIAL ANALYSIS OF THE J&K REORGANIZATION ACT, 2019

by Nitesh Mishra The Jammu & Kashmir Reorganisation Act, 2019 (“the Act”) was enacted and enforced by the Parliament of India, in August 2019. This Act has demoted the previously existing state of Jammu and Kashmir (“J&K”) to two Union Territories: one of J&K, and the other of Ladakh, after the abrogation of Article 370 of the Constitution. Amidst the myriad opinions around this decision of the … Continue reading A JURISPRUDENTIAL ANALYSIS OF THE J&K REORGANIZATION ACT, 2019

COMBATING COVID-19: Need for a Rights-Based Approach

-by Gunjan Shrivastav & Jay Bhaskar Sharma Coronavirus will go, but the kind of world it will leave behind will be a very different one than what it has been. The way in which COVID-19 has brought the world to a standstill is a first of its kind and a horrendous experience for humanity. Most of the developed countries in the world are struggling with … Continue reading COMBATING COVID-19: Need for a Rights-Based Approach