TRANSPARENCY IN POLITICS

By – Rakshinda Raheman, SY BA LLB (Hons.) Introduction Political funding is a necessity for political parties to play their role in a democratic process and complete transparency in the financing of political parties is the foundation of a well-functioning democracy. The absence of revelation of sources of party funds gives rise to corruption andContinue reading “TRANSPARENCY IN POLITICS”

MAJORITARIANISM AND, POLITICAL POLARIZATION IN INDIA

By – Saptadip Nandi Chowdhury It is hard to argue for the benefits of sectarianism or majoritarianism politics, although the “democratically elected mandate of the people” provides an impregnable defence. In India, there has been a clear movement towards majoritarianism and sectarianism since the Bhartiya Janata Party (BJP) came to power in 2014. Hindus constituteContinue reading “MAJORITARIANISM AND, POLITICAL POLARIZATION IN INDIA”

The Evolution of Screenplay

By Asha Anandkumar Alfred Hitchcock has infamously said, “To make a great film you need three things – the script, the script and the script”. The bedrock of filmmaking lies with the art of screenplay and when the script is cracked, the rest follows smoothly. The screenplay which is essentially the written work or aContinue reading “The Evolution of Screenplay”

Barriers and Brothels – Prostitution and its Regularization in India

By – Anisha Moonka The word prostitution comes from the Latin word prostituere which means to expose publicly. If we look into the dictionary meaning of prostitution, we find that- “prostitution is the practice of engaging in a generally indiscriminate sexual act with someone who is not a spouse or friend in exchange for immediateContinue reading “Barriers and Brothels – Prostitution and its Regularization in India”

Suing the Indian “Superhero”

By – Atish George, SY BBA LLB (Hons.) The popularity of the south Indian superhero movie, Minnal Murali, which explored the prospect of an Indian superhero raised in a thatched roof, highlighted a long-dormant desire for a brown vigilante to call our own[1]. A twist to the classic tropes of Superman and his arch nemeses,Continue reading “Suing the Indian “Superhero””

AN ANALYSIS OF INDIAN FARMERS PROTESTS AND THE FARM LAWS REPEAL

By – Khushi Gada The 2020-2021 protests of farmers were mainly against the farm laws which were passed by the parliament of India in September 2020. They wanted to repeal these laws as they would minimize the government’s role in agriculture and open space for private investors. BACKGROUND In the 1960s, India had introduced aContinue reading “AN ANALYSIS OF INDIAN FARMERS PROTESTS AND THE FARM LAWS REPEAL”

INDIA ON CHINA’S FOOTSTEPS: Population Control Policy and the Indian Demography

By – Karishma Maheshwari, SY BBA LLB (Hons.) India has perpetually been facing the problems of inequality in resource distribution, poverty, illiteracy, degrading environmental quality, etc. While these diverse problems have varying causes, all these problems are said to have a common nexus with respect to their cause. It is often asserted that the “populationContinue reading “INDIA ON CHINA’S FOOTSTEPS: Population Control Policy and the Indian Demography”

Diversified Judicial Bench

By – Sarika Agarwal, SY BA LLB (Hons.) The Supreme Court collegium has finally approved the proposal of elevating Adv. Saurabh Kirpal to the Delhi High Court. This news has been making headlines because of the sexual orientation of Saurabh Kirpal. He is the first-ever gay advocate to be appointed as a Judge in anyContinue reading “Diversified Judicial Bench”

Subliminal Marketing and Indian Consumer Protection Laws

By – Shreya Gupta, FY BBA LLB (Hons.) Introduction More than half a century ago, Pablo Picasso famously said “everything you can imagine is real.” Today not only is this true, but it is also available for purchase. Through artificial intelligence software, with just a few strokes of your finger, you can arrange for theContinue reading “Subliminal Marketing and Indian Consumer Protection Laws”

Recent Updates

I. Supreme Court directs Child Welfare Committees (CWCs) to complete inquiry on orphans within 3 weeks. It has been reported that more than one lakh children have lost either one or both parents struggling during COVID-19. The survival of such children is at stake. This observation has been made by the division bench comprising JusticeContinue reading “Recent Updates”

Tata Iron and Steel Co. Ltd. v State of Bihar

By Anurag Jain [1] FACTS OF THE CASE The present matter at hand deals with the concept of Territorial Nexus as mentioned under Article 245. The dispute in the matter is on the opinion of imposition of tax on the annual turnover of the assesse, Tata Iron and Steel Co. Ltd., after the enactment ofContinue reading “Tata Iron and Steel Co. Ltd. v State of Bihar”

Unwinding the Crypts: Himesh Bhatia v. Kumar Vivekanand

By John Paul Alex [1] The cryptocurrency regime in India has been gaining momentum over the past few years despite regulatory uncertainty and intense volatility. Reports have suggested that Indians have shifted from investing in gold to cryptocurrencies lately. The Covid-19 pandemic has popularised electronic contracts, which led to the increase in numerous cryptocurrency transactions.Continue reading “Unwinding the Crypts: Himesh Bhatia v. Kumar Vivekanand”

Cross Border Insolvency under the Indian Regime: Necessity of Amending the Legislation post the Covid-19 Pandemic

By Sharbani Kar [1] & Pratik Dash [2] This paper begins by discussing the impact of COVID-19 on Cross border Insolvency proceedings. The Model Law and its core principles are discussed with the adoption by the developing nations. Under Sections 234 and 235 of the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code, 2016, India has a cross-border insolvencyContinue reading “Cross Border Insolvency under the Indian Regime: Necessity of Amending the Legislation post the Covid-19 Pandemic”

Period Leaves for Women: Is it Violation of Right to Equality?

By Tejaswini Kakade [1] In a significant move, Zomato, a food delivery company in India has granted 10 days of ‘Period leave’ in a year to women and transgender. Apart from Zomato, three other organisations, i.e., Culture Machine, Gozoop, and FlyMyBiz, have introduced period leave for their employees. Bihar Government in 1992 has allowed periodContinue reading “Period Leaves for Women: Is it Violation of Right to Equality?”

Whether the Reserve Bank of India is Independent Enough?

By Sanskriti Shrivastava [1] INTRODUCTION Without a doubt, since the very beginning of the Reserve Bank of India (“RBI”), the central bank of our country has worked at par with any of the leading central banks around the world. Unlike any other center-owned body, RBI is fortunate enough to hold independence on a wide rangeContinue reading “Whether the Reserve Bank of India is Independent Enough?”

A Critique on the Implications of Counter-Guarantee vis-à-vis Bank Guarantee and Letter of Credit

By Samrudh Kopparam [1] ABSTRACT With the emergence of the COVID-19 pandemic, the entire world went into lockdowns which immensely impacted the global economy. To recuperate from this impact and ‘rebuild’ the global economy, global cooperation, collaboration, and international trade is of the essence. At times like these, transactional security becomes pivotal to bring inContinue reading “A Critique on the Implications of Counter-Guarantee vis-à-vis Bank Guarantee and Letter of Credit”

The Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Act, 1960: Prolonged Injustice

By Mishi Aggarwal [1] INTRODUCTION “The greatest privilege that comes with freedom of speech is using your voice for those who don’t have one.”– Ricky Gervais The purpose of the law is to keep human actions in check in order to make sure that every being is not just alive and surviving but also livingContinue reading “The Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Act, 1960: Prolonged Injustice”

Assessing the Viability of Green Channel Route for Combination Approvals in a Resolution Plan

By Priya Ganotra & Sharvari Manapure [1] INTRODUCTION In India, the Competition Act 2002 (hereinafter “Act”) follows the philosophy of fostering competition and protecting markets in India from anti-competitive actions. However, in any market, a firm may find it difficult or unable to deliver its goals and business activity can fail, resulting in default inContinue reading “Assessing the Viability of Green Channel Route for Combination Approvals in a Resolution Plan”

Retrospective Tax Repealed: A Step in The Right Direction?

By Kumar Shubham [1] INTRODUCTION The passing of The Taxation Laws (Amendment) Bill, 2021, the 14 years controversy of retrospective taxation has ended. This bill seeks to amend retrospective tax on the transfer of value of foreign shares if those shares accrue value from assets in India. The primary objective is to refund Rs 8100Continue reading “Retrospective Tax Repealed: A Step in The Right Direction?”

Emergency Arbitration: A Climax for ADR in India

By Kashish Khurana & Aaradhy Shrivastava [1] INTRODUCTION The dispute resolution techniques have been emerged as a saviour for the lengthy time-consuming judicial procedures in India. The technique of Emergency Arbitration is one such interim dispute resolution technique that has been evolving for providing an effective resolution to the parties. Emergency Arbitration is like aContinue reading “Emergency Arbitration: A Climax for ADR in India”

Obstetric Violence in Brazil as a Violation to the Right to Information

By Julia Moreira Maschio [1] INTRODUCTION The fight against obstetric violence is constant and is mainly based on human rights, considering that this issue is a public health problem. In this sense, it is possible to notice the efforts of the Ministry of Health to create public policies to prevent and guarantee women’s health. However,Continue reading “Obstetric Violence in Brazil as a Violation to the Right to Information”

Over The Top with OTT Censorship?

By Madiha Pagarkar, & Riya Barve [1] INTRODUCTION Over The Top platforms or OTT platforms have seen massive growth in India in recent years. With an ever-increasing user base, these platforms have been pushing out content non-stop to meet the rising demand while remaining almost entirely unregulated. On the 25th of February, the Indian GovernmentContinue reading “Over The Top with OTT Censorship?”

Vaishnavi Gupta, Business Law

Alumni from our very own college, she works as an associate at Khaitan & Co. She finished her degree with a specialization in banking, finance, corporate, and securities law. Interviewed by Kshitij Kasi Viswanath INTERVIEWER What inspired you to take up law and continue it with the rigour you are currently working with Khaitan? VAISHNAVIContinue reading “Vaishnavi Gupta, Business Law”

Sampurna Kanungo, Corporate Law

An alumna from our very own college, she was included in the Dean’s merit list for ranking second overall in the BA LLB (Hons.) Program. She has also represented our college in various debate competitions and was also the Head of the Law Review Committee last year. She is now working for Cyril Amarchand MangaldasContinue reading “Sampurna Kanungo, Corporate Law”

Clarissa D’Lima, Real Estate Practice

Clarissa, alumni of Kirit P. Mehta School of Law, is an associate at Fox Mandal. Her specialisation lies in Real Estate. She has also previously held the position of Editor-in-chief of the Publication Committee. Interviewed by Ghazal Bhootra INTERVIEWER Please tell us about yourself. CLARISSA D’LIMA I am a 2021 batch graduate of KPMSoL. IContinue reading “Clarissa D’Lima, Real Estate Practice”

Samarth Jaidev, Master of Laws (LLM)

An alumnus from our very own college, he is a talented individual who complements his work through sheer handwork and dedication. After spending a year in service to the Supreme Court of India, he is now pursuing his LLM from the prestigious King’s College in London. Interviewed by Ghazal Bhootra INTERVIEWER Could you give aContinue reading “Samarth Jaidev, Master of Laws (LLM)”

Ipshita Dey, In-house law practice

Ipshita is a corporate legal attorney and is one of the best in her field. Rightfully recognized for her expertise in corporate affairs, drafting, and alternate dispute resolution skills, Ipshita has interned for Supreme Court advocates and various legal firms and is currently a legal manager at a U.S. $2.7 billion enterprise Welspun Group. InterviewedContinue reading “Ipshita Dey, In-house law practice”

Parental Liability for Prenatal injury

By Atal Anand & Pratik Sainy [1] INTRODUCTION In the past three decades, the child’s right to claim damages from a third party has changed drastically. Injuries that affect the development of an unborn child resulting from another person’s negligence are considered prenatal injuries. Before 1947, the Court usually denied the child’s cause of action.Continue reading “Parental Liability for Prenatal injury”

National Education Day – November 10

The intent of celebrating national and international days is for all, particularly for gen-next, to remember people and events shaping a nation. School and college curriculum, parents, and society may not talk about them so often as needed. Hence, National Days play a significant role in being grateful, watchful, and celebrating heroes and events. EveryContinue reading “National Education Day – November 10”

November 9 – National Legal Services Day

Status and class should never become an impediment when there is a need to enforce one’s rights in a court of law. Providing the needed access to justice through legal aid and accessible legal services is at the heart of a welfare society. The National Legal Services Day is observed on November 9 to commemorateContinue reading “November 9 – National Legal Services Day”

12th October

On 12th October 1968, Equatorial Guinea gained independence from Spain. The movement towards a free Equatorial Guinea started to build from the end of 1967. By early 1968, the Spanish government suspended its autonomous political control. It proposed to hold a national referendum for formulating a new constitution. This proposal was approved, and subsequently, EquatorialContinue reading “12th October”

Case summaries (27th September – 3rd October)

By Sarika Agarwal, SY BA LLB POSH Act: Guidelines issued to protect identities of parties involved (P v. A & Ors) On 27th September 2021, the Bombay High Court has released a set of guidelines to be followed in cases involving Sexual Harassment of Women at the Workplace. The rules deal with the format ofContinue reading “Case summaries (27th September – 3rd October)”

World Animal Welfare Day – 4th October

By Priyanka Dave, TY B.A., LL.B. PETA AGAINST LUXURY DESIGNER BRANDS For many years now, PETA has been trying to spread awareness on animal cruelty, as a result of which many luxury brands and designer houses have stepped up and dispensed with the use of animal products. It has made people realize that the costContinue reading “World Animal Welfare Day – 4th October”

30th September

September 30th is observed as “International Translation Day“. It aims to raise awareness about the process of translation as a profession to pay tribute to the hard work of language professionals. It also promotes the rich culture, heritage, mutual respect for the changing world; thereby breaking the language barriers, promoting unity in various fields andContinue reading “30th September”

28th September

The 28th of September is celebrated as the “International Day for Universal Access to Information“. It focuses on highlighting the various statutes and policies formulated to guarantee the public for saving lives, building trust, especially in the times of COVID-19. With easy access to information, any individual can make informed decisions. It is also enshrinedContinue reading “28th September”

Justice K.S Puttaswamy v. Union of India: Aadhar Judgement – 26th September

Submitted by Nikita, SY BBA LLB The Central Government introduced the Aadhaar Card in 2011. A new agency, the “Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI),” was created to issue the card. Aadhaar is a 12-digit, one-of-a-kind identification number. Aadhaar was meant to be the principal identifying number for all residents who are residing in IndiaContinue reading “Justice K.S Puttaswamy v. Union of India: Aadhar Judgement – 26th September”

International Day for Total Elimination of Nuclear Weapons – 26th September

By – Nikita, SY BA LLB Div B The International Day was assigned by the General Assembly of the United Nations in resolution 68/32. It was assigned to follow up the eminent discussion on disarmament of Nuclear weapons carried out in New York on September 26 in 2013. The latest act in series of theContinue reading “International Day for Total Elimination of Nuclear Weapons – 26th September”

Dark Tourism- A Contemplative Study

By Shrijeta Pratik, SY BA LLB B The tourism industry contributes trillions of dollars to the global economy and annual transportation contributes more than 1.2 billion. An increasing number of tourists are focusing their attention on a new market: tourism to locations of death, tragedy, and atrocity. Over 2 million people visited the Auschwitz-Birkenau MemorialContinue reading “Dark Tourism- A Contemplative Study”

Richard Branson or Jeff Bezos – Who Took the First Step Towards Space Tourism?

By Nikita Even while witnessing the most magnificent vistas on the planet, it is becoming increasingly impossible to experience wonder in today’s society. Disconnecting from the internet and connecting with the world around us has become more difficult thanks to technological advancements. Simultaneously, technological advancements are allowing regular people to dream of journeying to theContinue reading “Richard Branson or Jeff Bezos – Who Took the First Step Towards Space Tourism?”

Exploring rural delicacies of South India

By Asha Anandkumar When billions of dollars are poured into luxury travel and “exclusive destinations,” one can look at the nooks and corners of rural India to experience the country, a stripped-down version that is brimming with culture and intimacy that seems natural and not crafted. This authenticity can be vividly felt through the flavoursContinue reading “Exploring rural delicacies of South India”

Slavery Convention signed on 25th September, 1926

By Nikita, SY BBA LLB The Slavery Convention, also known as the Convention to Abolish the Slave Trade and Slavery, was signed on September 25th, 1926, and came into effect on March 7th, 1927. The Slavery Convention of 1926 outlawed the practice of slavery and the slave trade and established clear instructions that State PartiesContinue reading “Slavery Convention signed on 25th September, 1926”

International Day of Sign Languages – September 23

Theme – We sign for Human Rights By Nikita, Second Year, Kirit P. Mehta School of Law, Mumbai. There are several sign languages used all around the world. In most cases, each location has its local sign language with its unique lexicon. There are several sign languages in many nations. One of the initial recordsContinue reading “International Day of Sign Languages – September 23”

International Day of Peace – 21st September 2021

Theme – “Recovering better for an equitable and sustainable world.” By Nikita, Second Year, Division B, Kirit P. Mehta School of Law, Mumbai. On 21st September each year, around the globe, the International Day of Peace is commemorated. The “General Assembly” of the United Nations has specifically designated this particular day to obligate to advancingContinue reading “International Day of Peace – 21st September 2021”

The Patent Rights in Indian Legal System

-By Nikita, SY Division B The Patents Act of 1970 and the promulgated provisions control the identification and implementation of patent rights in India. The Patents (Amendment) Act 2005 modified the Act, bringing the Indian patent regime into adherence with the WTO Agreement on “Trade-Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights 1994 (TRIPs).” The newest modificationContinue reading “The Patent Rights in Indian Legal System”

Freedom of Speech and Prashant Bhushan’s case

-By Rakshinda Raheman, SY BA LLB C “If the freedom of speech is taken away, then dumb and silent, we may be led, like a sheep to its slaughter.” ~ George Washington The Constituent Assembly amended Article 19(2) in June 1951, just months after the Constitution went into effect, to add three additional specified limitations towards theContinue reading “Freedom of Speech and Prashant Bhushan’s case”

National Sports Day: 29th August

Ronojoy Sen works out to disperse the confusion that India does not have a games culture and covers a great deal of subjects in twelve parts, including rank and class, district and religion, local area and communalism, patriotism and country. The 1951 and 1982 Asian Games, the 1987, 1996, and 2011 Cricket World Cups, theContinue reading “National Sports Day: 29th August”

Modern Day Patriotism

By Nikita, SY BA LLB Div. B Patriotism is a feeling of love and passion people have for their country. The feeling of patriotism is true when it is selfless and pious. In the earlier times, it was considered that one who would lay down his life for his country would be recognized as Patriotic.Continue reading “Modern Day Patriotism”

What We Owe To Bharat

By Karishma Maheshwari, SY BA LLB Div. C Living amid the gush of social media posts like “are we truly free?” highlighting all that is wrong with the nation, we often tend to ignore all that the nation has given us. Free speech, which itself gives us the freedom of being critical of our countryContinue reading “What We Owe To Bharat”

Hands That Hold The Flag

By Sarika Agarwal, SY BBA LLB Div. B Since time immemorial, India has witnessed several settlements from abroad. The Persians, the Iranians, and the Parsis immigrated to the country. These were followed by the Mughals, who also entered the land with the motive of settling down permanently. Genghis Khan, a Mongolian, attacked and looted IndiaContinue reading “Hands That Hold The Flag”

Rusty: The Boy From The Hills

By Atish George, SY BBA LLB Div. E “Happiness is a mysterious thing, to be found somewhere in between too little and too much.” These words by Ruskin Bond encapsulate the essence of his storytelling and ideology, which is evident in his book, ‘Rusty: The Boy from the Hills’, which reflect the small moments inContinue reading “Rusty: The Boy From The Hills”

Padmavat- An Epic Love Story

By Rakshinda Rehman, SY BA LLB Div. C   Is Rani Padmini of Chittor fact or fiction? The answer depends on who is asked. The existence of Padmini is definitely a fact for a Rajput, especially one for whom identity matters in a social context. However, she is most likely fiction for a historian whoContinue reading “Padmavat- An Epic Love Story”

The Ministry of Utmost Happiness

By Satya Vaishnav, SY BBA LLB Div. E   ‘The Ministry of Utmost Happiness’ is the second fiction novel by Arundhati Roy released after 20 years of ‘The God of Small Things.’ The book covers many topics, such as the Godhra attack, and the story also focuses on Kashmir. The common issues that India facedContinue reading “The Ministry of Utmost Happiness”

Malabar Rebellion: A Gandhian Oversight in Retrospect

By Yash Sinha, TY BBA LLB Div. D The book’s theme is centred on the Moplah Riots that took place during the Khilafat and Non-Cooperation movements in India during 1919-1924. I have read quite a few existing works of literature on this issue, including the writings of Baba Saheb Ambedkar and Veer Savarkar; however, afterContinue reading “Malabar Rebellion: A Gandhian Oversight in Retrospect”

मेरे जूतों की पुकार

By Bhargavi G. Iyer माना कि जब जुहू की मिट्टी से भर जाते, मैंने उन्हें खूब धोया-पीटा है। लोकल ट्रैन की भीड़ में घुसते-घुसाते, भागते-चढ़ते, प्लैटफॉर्म पे घसीटा है।

बरसात की आवाज़ मुझे याद नहीं

By Bhargavi G. Iyer कई बादल गुज़र चुके हैं । नदियां, झरने, सब रुके हैं । मिट्टी में दरारें पड़ने लगी हैं, जग में सारे जग सूखे हैं ।

वतन-ए-हिन्द

By Vrinda Tiwari इस वतन-ए-हिन्द में मची तबाही की कहानी है ये शाही इख़्तियारत की खिदमत कर रहे ए हिंदुस्तान के हामील इन हुकुमकारों की बेईमानी की कहानी है ये हिन्दू मुस्लिम सिख ईसाई मज़हब के नाम पर हुए बटवारे से डर मत ऐ दोस्त

Riot Prevention Measures Amidst a Pandemic

By Devansh Dev, BBA, Batch of 2024, NMIMS Kirit P. Mehta School of Law, Mumbai. The riots that have been taking place across the globe are both a new and an old phenomena. While COVID–19 might be new to mankind, pandemics, epidemics, and aftermath of infectious diseases have always existed. One of the major challengesContinue reading “Riot Prevention Measures Amidst a Pandemic”

Embers of Thought

Reviewed by Rishiraj Pargaonkar, BBA D, Batch of 2024, Kirit P. Mehta School of Law, Mumbai The absconding beauty of a post-literature novel, the beguiling world of dystopia; Fahrenheit 451 portrays the world of authority and control. It was a pleasure to burn. The opening lines portray the anguish the writer feels from the extinctionContinue reading “Embers of Thought”

Sex Cells: The Medical Market for Eggs and Sperm by Dr Rene Almeling

A short yet crisp book which deals with a unique perspective on the sub-unit of the reproductive market – the medical market for eggs and sperm. Let’s start with the most remarkable part about the book, the title, which is an interesting wordplay. It depicts how sex cells constitute the market, and the sex (cells)Continue reading “Sex Cells: The Medical Market for Eggs and Sperm by Dr Rene Almeling”

A Thousand Splendid Suns by Khaleid Hosseini

Reviewed by Sushmita Das, Batch of 2025, Kirit P. Mehta School of Law Mumbai Hosseini’s first novel, The Kite Runner has definitely set a benchmark and has readers filled with many more expectations for the second one, The Thousand Splendid Suns and after reading it I wanted only one thing: I wanted a real cry.Continue reading “A Thousand Splendid Suns by Khaleid Hosseini”

Banker To The Poor by Mohammad Yunus & Alan Jolis

Reviewed by Karishma Maheshwari, Batch of 2025, Kirit P. Mehta School of Law, Mumbai Banker To The Poor is Mohammad Yunys’ memoir of how he decided to work with the world’s poor to eradicate poverty. In the book, he traces the economic relationship between rich and poor through an intellectual and spiritual journey that heContinue reading “Banker To The Poor by Mohammad Yunus & Alan Jolis”

Promising Young Woman

Reviewed by Anuraag Asiwal, BA, Batch of 2023, Kirit P. Mehta School of Law, Mumbai The opening scene of Promising Young Woman may be a very clever flip on the well-established cliché of seeing scantily-clad women dancing sensually to thumping techno music. But writer-director, Emerald Fennell, cleverly subverts this, by showing middle-aged men gyrating toContinue reading “Promising Young Woman”

Schitt’$ Creek

Reviewed by Arya Shahir, BBA D, Batch of 2025, Kirit P. Mehta School of Law, Mumbai Schitt’s Creek is a series that portrays the rapid shift of a family from a lavish lifestyle in Upper Manhattan to that of just another townsperson. It humorously depicts the journey from the family’s initial rejection of their newfoundContinue reading “Schitt’$ Creek”

A Silent Voice

Reviewed by Shubham AP Mohapatra, Batch of 2024, Kirit P. Mehta School of Law With the main running theme of the plot being redemption, A Silent Voice follows the life of Shoya Ishida whose plotline begins with his intention to commit suicide. However, changing his decision at the end moment, Shoya reminisces of his elementaryContinue reading “A Silent Voice”

The Sopranos

Reviewed by Vidyut Iyer, Kirit P. Mehta School of Law It’s been 14 years since HBO’s iconic series ‘The Sopranos’ came to an end. The Sopranos is indubitably the paradigm-shifting tv show that irrevocably changed the structure of television shows for the better. Created by David Chase, The Sopranos expatiates on the life of NewContinue reading “The Sopranos”

The Social Network

Reviewed by Akanksha Mishra, BBA F, Batch of 2025, Kirit P. Mehta School of Law, Mumbai Rarely one comes across such a fine movie that deserves all the hype surrounding it. David Fincher, a creative genius, blessed us with one of his finest works ever – The Social Network. Ten years later this movie stillContinue reading “The Social Network”

Sawayama by Rina Sawayama

Reviewed by Shubham AP Mohapatra, Batch of 2024, Kirit P. Mehta School of Law Elton John’s favourite album of 2020, Sawayama stands to be a beautiful melting pot of varied genres. The futuristic stance of Rina in the Album Cover juxtaposed with the warm sepia-like tone of the picture, reminiscent of the early 2000s, isContinue reading “Sawayama by Rina Sawayama”

Women in Music Pt. III by Haim

Reviewed by Ghazal Bhootra, BBA C, Batch of 2024, Kirit P. Mehta School of Law Quite underrated for the first female rock band ever to be nominated for the Grammy’s album of the year, Haim’s new album might be their best one yet. Brave and bold, yet delivered with such calmness, the Haim sisters haveContinue reading “Women in Music Pt. III by Haim”

K-12 by Melanie Martinez

Reviewed by Kinjal Bhardwaj, BBA, Batch of 2025, Kirit P. Mehta School of Law Melanie Martinez, an indie, creative, storytelling artist released her second album ‘K-12’ in 2019. From her half-dyed hair, to unique style choices, to creating songs in a story format through creative words and visuals; it was assumed that she would haveContinue reading “K-12 by Melanie Martinez”

THE LOCUST ATTACK

The year 2020 was a ride into the most frightening haunted house of all times. As the year started with the outburst of the Coronavirus pandemic with places shut down due to the country wide lockdown and the economy dropping steadily. The agriculture sector being the major source of income for the country had alsoContinue reading “THE LOCUST ATTACK”

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