PROTECTION OF CHILDREN FROM SEXUAL OFFENCES: An Analysis

By Unnati Vijay, B.A.LLB. (3rd yr), Raffles University, Neemrana In order to deal with the cases of Child abuse and to protect them from offences such as sexual harassment, sexual abuse, here uprooted the need to enact a special law and the same is been incorporated as “The Protection of Children from Sexual Offences (POCSO) Act, … Continue reading PROTECTION OF CHILDREN FROM SEXUAL OFFENCES: An Analysis

INCLUSION OF PRIVATE ENTITIES IN RTI ACT

By Puneetish Kaur, B.A.LLB.(5th yr), Army Institute of Law, Mohali The Right to Information Act, 2005 (hereinafter referred as the RTI Act, 2005) was enacted by the Parliament of India on 15th June, 2005 with the chief objective of converting the administrative system from government to governance and from governance to good governance in our … Continue reading INCLUSION OF PRIVATE ENTITIES IN RTI ACT

‘RIGHT TO EDUCATION’ AS A FUNDAMENTAL RIGHT & ANALYSIS OF NPE, 2016

By Yudhvir Dalal, B.A.LLB. (5th yr), NLU Kochi Till 15 years ago, we could not say or boast that our Constitution explicitly conferred ‘Right to Education’ as a Fundamental Right under Part III. In the original text of our Constitution, Art. 45 under Part IV i.e. the Directive Principles of the State Policy (DPSP) stipulated … Continue reading ‘RIGHT TO EDUCATION’ AS A FUNDAMENTAL RIGHT & ANALYSIS OF NPE, 2016

Protection of Children from Sexual Offences

By Sushmita Das, B.A.LLB (3rd yr) Barkatullah University, Bhopal Sexual Offences are often committed due to the strong Juvenile Fascination at a very tender age. As a colorful Butterfly who sucks each & every blooming flower & these little flowers are suffering from various kinds of mental, sexual & emotional abuses when they are having the … Continue reading Protection of Children from Sexual Offences