Addressing the Gaps in India’s Child Protection Laws: Safeguarding Children from Online ‘Grooming’

By Avanti Deshpande Introduction With the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, the use of the internet, online services, and social media sites has increased substantially, not only among adults but among children as well. The pandemic contributed heavily to the significant rise in child sexual exploitation and abuse.[1] While the adoption of internet and digital … Continue reading Addressing the Gaps in India’s Child Protection Laws: Safeguarding Children from Online ‘Grooming’

مذہبی شناخت کی قانونی منصوبہ بندی ؟  

By Nizamuddin Ahmad Siddiqui (This is our last vernacular post under the 3rd edition of the JILS Vernacular Publication Initiative, that marks the celebration of the International Mother Language Day. Through this initiative, we at JILS, are attempting to take a small step towards making legal education and information more inclusive and accessible, and countering … Continue reading مذہبی شناخت کی قانونی منصوبہ بندی ؟  

இராஜதந்திர உறவுகளுக்கான வியன்னா மாநாடு: ஒரு படி முன்னோக்கி, இரண்டு படிகள் பின்னோக்கி?

By Atul Alexander & Faritha Nisha (This blog is the fourth in the series of blogs that JILS will publish in various vernacular languages as part of its initiative to mark the International Mother Language Day. ) பின்னணி:      இதுவரை சர்வதேச சட்டத்தில் ஏராளமான, எழுதப்பட்ட ஆவணங்கள் பல பிரிவுகள் உள்ளன . இன்னும் , சர்வதேச இராஜதந்திர சட்டத்திலும் பல … Continue reading இராஜதந்திர உறவுகளுக்கான வியன்னா மாநாடு: ஒரு படி முன்னோக்கி, இரண்டு படிகள் பின்னோக்கி?

Cash v. Capabilities – Negotiating Maternity Costs and Solutions

By Kopal Mital Introduction A perusal of Article 42 contained in Part IV of the Indian Constitution would reveal that one of the goals of the state is to provide maternity relief.[1] While the provision of maternity relief will continue to be an ongoing goal, India needs to make significant progress when providing these reliefs … Continue reading Cash v. Capabilities – Negotiating Maternity Costs and Solutions

সংবিধান ও সন্ত্রাসমুক্তি

By Shameek Sen (This blog is the third in the series of blogs that JILS will publish in various vernacular languages as part of its initiative to mark the International Mother Language Day. ) সুধা ভরদ্বাজ জামিনে মুক্তি পেলেন ৯ ডিসেম্বর। এই আইনজীবী ও আন্দোলনকারী প্রায় তিন বছর বাইকুল্লার জেলে বন্দি ছিলেন। তাঁর জামিনে ষোলটি শর্ত দেওয়া … Continue reading সংবিধান ও সন্ত্রাসমুক্তি

नई वैश्विक जरूरतों के मद्देनजर ब्लॉकचेन और स्मार्ट अनुबंध-आधारित अंतर्राष्ट्रीय पंचाट का मूल्यांकन 

By Tushar Krishna (This blog is the second in the series of blogs that JILS will publish in various vernacular languages as part of its initiative to mark the International Mother Language Day. ) 1990 के दशक में ब्लॉकचेन के उद्‌गम के बाद, बिटकॉइन के रूप में इसके पहले व्यावहारिक कार्यान्वयन में लगभग दो दशक … Continue reading नई वैश्विक जरूरतों के मद्देनजर ब्लॉकचेन और स्मार्ट अनुबंध-आधारित अंतर्राष्ट्रीय पंचाट का मूल्यांकन 

Marathas Reservation Case, Rawls, and Equations – Affirmative Action Jurisprudence in India

By Manas Agrawal On May 5, 2021, the Supreme Court struck down the Maharashtra State Reservation for Socially and Educationally Backward Classes Act, 2020(‘Marathas Reservation Case’).[1] The Constitution Bench hearing the matter framed six questions.[2]For the present article, the first and the second questions are pertinent. These two questions were based on the 50% cap … Continue reading Marathas Reservation Case, Rawls, and Equations – Affirmative Action Jurisprudence in India

કાનૂની શિક્ષણ નું દાક્તરીકરણ

By Parth Thummar (This is our first post as we begin the 3rd edition of the JILS Vernacular Publication Initiative, to mark the celebration of the International Mother Language Day. Through this initiative, we at JILS, attempt to take a small step towards making legal education and information more inclusive and accessible, and countering the … Continue reading કાનૂની શિક્ષણ નું દાક્તરીકરણ

Maternity Benefits For Building and Other Construction Workers in India: A Regulatory Quagmire

By Tawishi Beria The Maternity Benefits Act, 1961 was the primary legislation governing maternity benefits in India. By way of the 2017 Amendment, major positive changes were made to the said Act. Most recently, the Code on Social Security, 2020 brings maternity benefit provisions within its ambit. Some of the notable changes include an increased … Continue reading Maternity Benefits For Building and Other Construction Workers in India: A Regulatory Quagmire