South Asian Law Review Journal
South Asian Law Review Journal is an open access Annual Law e-Journal with special focus on South Asian Countries bearing ISSN: 2456-7531. The Journal covers general legal research & development from South Asian nations and is not limited to any specific legal topic or subject.
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During the 8th DR. L.M. Singhvi Memorial Lecture in New Delhi, CJI Chandrachud asserted that the Indian Constitution is a feminist document and a true product of Indian imagination. In recent years, there has been a growing demand for constitutional principles that reflect the ideas of participatory constitutionalism, encompassing democratic, cultural, and political notions. [i]The
The year 2023 has been milestone for India for many a reasons, few of the reasons not worthy to be proud of though. It crossed the 3 trillion dollar mark four years ago in 2019, being the fastest growing major economies. In 2023, it pipped the UK economy to become the fifth largest economy in
Through this case comment, I seek to bring out the essentiality and critique of the judicial pronouncement in the 1986 case of “MC Mehta Vs. Union of India” contextualizing the jurisprudential application Absolute liability under the framework set after the Shriram Food and Fertilisers Ltd. tragedy which was about application of article 21[i] and 32[ii]
The Indian penal code was developed in 1860 with inspiration from British India. Any lack of rehabilitation was successfully made up for by the “Children’s Act” that followed and the Juvenile Acts that followed, up until the “Apprentice Act of 1950,” which appeared to acknowledge the fragile position of youngsters in a society that was
Our forests have been significantly and radically damaged, and discovering undistributed forests as produced by Mother Nature is challenging. Forests are unable to provide intrinsic protection, multiple product production, or environmental and human roles in the current system. To avoid an ecological disaster and the inevitable national tragedy that would follow, drastic changes are required.
The Tug-of-War: Examining the Clash between Borrower’s Fundamental Rights and RBI’s Master Circular on Fraud Accounts
The constitutional validity of the Master Directions on Frauds – Classification and Reporting by commercial banks and select Financial Institutions has been challenged on the grounds that these directions do not provide any opportunity to be heard by the authorities. Once a bank declares a company’s accounts as Red Flagged Accounts, the accounts are frozen,