LGBTQA rights have been a topic of discussion for a long time around the world and has gained a lot of importance in India recently. It was only in 2017, when people of the LGBT community were allowed to express their sexual orientation under the Right to Privacy under the Indian Constitution. The Right to Privacy was declared a fundamental right in the same year in the historic KS Puttaswamy versus Union of India (SC, 2017) case.
In 2016, a case of Sundar Singh Jadhav got viral because of he had disclosed about a famous kidney racket at Mumbai’s Hiranandani hospital. He had been the key witness to the trafficking happening there. His death in January 2019 made it to the news because no suicide note was found at his place but according to the police financial stress and domestic problems had been the reason behind his death
Abortion laws and their enforcement have fluctuated through various eras. In many western countries during the 20th century, for example in 1929, the Infant Life Preservation Act was passed in the United Kingdom, which amended the law (Offences against the Person Act 1861 and South Africa allows abortion on demand under its Choice on Termination of Pregnancy Act and these movements were successful in having abortion bans repealed. While abortion remains legal in most of the West, this legality is regularly challenged by anti-abortion groups.
The COVID-19 pandemic has demonstrated how crucial free access to reliable information can be. In a crisis such as this, it wouldn’t be an understatement to say that information can be a matter of life and death. Conversely, disinformation has speedily increased and it fuels various risks, including, at the present, the risk to public health. Further, it reinforces other challenges such as socio-economic disparity, gender bias, and inequalities of all forms.
After the advent of the Internet this Right was given a wider connotation by the Judiciary. The Internet proved to be a great stage where people exercised Free Speech & Expression and raised their voices for noble causes and for National or International problems having sensitivity. The rapid growth of the Internet, stories, and humour are bound to cause numerous constitutional implications. Freedom of speech, right to privacy, right to information, and property rights are some key issues that are presently being debated by the people in the groups.
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||Pragati Mishra|| The bruises and the marks on the body of some married Indian women often tell the story of their sufferings. The story which has no existence in the eyes of law. It is often said that how can a husband rape his wife? Why the hell she said yes to the marriage ifContinue reading “Need for Criminalizing Marital Rape in India”
Mohd Imran Before reading this blog just ask yourself few questions- Do you use social media for more than 5-6 hours a day?, Do you know all the members connected to you on social media?, Do you care if some or most of these profiles are fake or real?, Do you ever check the profileContinue reading “Avoiding Fake Profiles on Social Media”
By- Anupam Prabhat Shrivastava !! Fundamental rights are the basic rights and freedoms guaranteed by the Constitutions of India to its citizens. These rights have a legal sanction and are enforceable in the court of law. A few good reasons made the enunciation of the Fundamental Rights in the Constitution rather inevitable. During the British RuleContinue reading “FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS IN INDIAN CONSTITUTION”