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Guidelines for Submissions Submissions are accepted on a rolling basis throughout the year from members of the bar, legal professionals, law students, or others who are interested in publishing with us and wish to further legal discourse. If you are interested in submitting a piece, kindly fill this form https://forms.gle/d2oEVD5XZCEg7rBF7. Authors need to adhere to…

Beyond Limbo: Live-In Relationships in India

Introduction “In the realm of relationships, legality shouldn’t dictate validity” Almost every religion recognises the sanctity of marriage, from the Rig-Vedic period, marriage has been a well-recognised institution. Live-in relationship is generally said to be living together without tying the knot. The Hindu Dharma’s ‘Ekapatni Vrat’ promotes monogamy as a sacred form of matrimony, but…

Who is a Bona Fide Passenger? Analyzing the Indian Railways Compensation Mechanism vis-à-vis Kamaukayi v. Union of India.

The Supreme Court delivered a significant decision in the case of Kamaukayi and Ors v. Union of India and Ors, concluding that whenever a “untoward incident” takes place during the course of routine railway operations, the railway administration will be required to compensate the passenger, regardless of any wrongdoing, negligence, or default on their part.…

Writing like a Pro

Just before it was New Year’s celebration back in 2017, my TV-AV Club addict cousin forwarded nothing more than an authentic version of a WhatsApp text message wishing “Seasons Greetings!” along with an article that reflected his spurned deep love for Brian Callaghan of Montreal’s ‘chick-flick’ genre. Amongst other celebrities, Rich Fulcher in the interview…