The euthanasia is a standout amongst the most bantered about issues on the planet. The primary concentration of the debate has been whether euthanasia ought to be sanctioned or not. Euthanasia for the most part implies a kindness executing. Opposite perspectives and contentions exist in such manner. It has been an apropos issue in human rights talk as it likewise influences moral issues. Euthanasia or assisted suicide and in some cases both have been sanctioned in few nations and states. In all jurisdiction, laws and protections were set up to avoid manhandle and abuse of these practices. There are a few court cases and court choices that influenced the advancement of euthanasia and doctor assisted suicide in person. In spite of the conspicuous worldwide significance of euthanasia, almost no is thought about the degree of its training, regardless of whether uninvolved or dynamic, intentional or automatic.This paper analyses why the law frets about euthanasia. The idea of the privilege to life and its assurance in law is huge, including active euthanasia which is actually, illicit around the world. This paper is about the certainties, situation where euthanasia is included. This paper likewise addresses euthanasia’s association with prescription and religion. The primary examination embraced in this paper is to talk about the issue of euthanasia in the light of the legal elucidations given in Article 21 of the Indian Constitution. Assisted suicide and euthanasia have been moved to the bleeding edge of open mindfulness.The inquiry is, is it moral for the general public to keep an impeded man whose life is hopeless and represents more experiencing than delight taking his own particular choice or whether he should die?
This paper focuses on one of the dimensions to unnatural death, i.e. Female Foeticide. It is very sad to know that females suffer from discrimination right from their conception in their mother’s womb. The paper attempts to understand the roots of this evil practice as without understanding the basis of an issue, no problem can be solved. The authors further attempt to analyse the right to equality of the foetus to have a dignified life. Further research is made to analyse the after- effects of this sex selective abortion. The paper also analyses on the efficacy of the Pre-Conception and Pre-Natal Diagnostic Techniques (PCPNDT) Act, 1994 to curb this social evil. The paper is concluded by suggesting some measures to bring awareness in the society about the importance of girl child and also to stop this gender discrimination.
Euthanasia came into limelight in India by Aruna Ramchandra Shanbaug vs Union of India. Though Supreme Court in this landmark case elaborated the difference between passive and active euthanasia and legalised voluntary passive euthanasia, the attempts could not remove the cloud of doubts hanging over. The debates are still going on because our Constitution recognises the right of life and the right to live does not mean right to die. This paper explores the reasons why “Active euthanasia” should be legalised in India. It starts with some threads of history and then conjoins it with the arguments made in favour of euthanasia. It aims at providing the readers a legal perspective of euthanasia.
The title of the paper is Blue Whale Challenge which deals with the recent game which has taken the lives of many people mainly teenagers. The paper starts with the evolution of the game, and how it has affected the human mind. The paper further analyses to what extent influential the game is. It also deals with the cases linked to Blue Whale Game in India. There are many cases where a lot of teenagers were rescued at the last stage of the game. This paper includes the cases of Blue Whale Game across the world. This paper not only focuses on the on studying the problems relating to Blue Whale game, but also other similar technical traps existing around the world. The aim of the study is to examine as to why such threats are being posed and how to curb them. The analysis part of the paper deals with how and why children are trapped into this virtual world. The paper finally concludes with a suggestive note which would protect the people as well as create a better and safe society to live in.
This paper mainly focuses on the ‘relations in the nature of marriage’ and legal wedlock. Firstly, it deals with the concepts and status of Legal Wedlock in India. Legal wedlock is valid, only if the marriage takes place with the fulfilment of certain conditions, which varies in each religion. The paper will focus on such conditions and determine how a marriage is determined to be valid. Further, the paper deals with the concept of ‘relations in the nature of marriage’. Relations in the nature of marriage consists three broad categories of relationships, out of which live-in-relationships are more prominent in the present scenario. Live-in-relationship is an arrangement in which un-married couples live together in a longterm relationship that resembles that of a marriage. The paper explains about the emergence and status of live-in-relationships in the Indian society. The majority of the legislations governing personal laws in India do not recognize live-in-relationships. This paper would further analyse the Indian judiciary’s stand on the status and rights of live-in-relationship and the partners in it. Status of live-in-relationship in other countries is also discussed. Finally, an analysis is made on relations in the ‘nature of marriage’ and ‘legal wedlock’.