The landmark Supreme court judgement NALSA v. UOI was decided on 15 April 2014 by the bench which consisted of justice A.K. Sikri and justice K.S. Radhakrishan. The judgement was provided to solve the problems of transgender community and provide them their rights that have been guaranteed by the constitution of India to all its citizens
The concept of assisted suicide or euthanasia came into the limelight after the Supreme Court legalized passive euthanasia in 2018 in the judgement of Common Cause (A Regd. Society) v. Union of India This blogpost will examine the concept of assisted suicide in different countries and will attempt to give a thorough understanding of the issue.
As social media grows, concerns have arisen over how it can be used for exploitative purposes. Everything was fine until these networking sites were used for fun and enjoyment but the questions started getting raised when the masses have started using it as a place for information and staying updated with whatever is happening around the globe.
The decriminalization of section 377 of the IPC in the landmark case of Navtej Singh Johar v. Union of India allowed adult same-sex couples the right to have consensual sexual relations in private. However, there still remain challenges towards achieving the goal of equality.
The biggest source of support for the Uniform Civil Code is the presence of article 44 of the Indian Constitution. The article states that the State shall endeavor to secure for the citizens a uniform civil code throughout the territory of India
The internet usage in India has dramatically risen in the past 5 years. From 300 million users in 2015, the number of active internet users has risen to 700 million in 2020. With the rising usage, there is a need to ensure that there is a free and fair access to the Internet as its importance is rising all over the world.