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The Importance of Article 370
29
Nov
  • Post By: rajankumar
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The Importance of Article 370

Introduction Article 370 of the constitution of India relating to the state of Jammu and Kashmir is now sixty six years old. The constitution came into force on 26 January 1950 and with it, this unique provision were debated in the constituent assembly of India after deliberations in its drafting committee and, sometimes, in discussion in the...

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Logical Relevancy And Legal Relevancy of Facts
29
Nov
  • Post By: neha cnlu
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Logical Relevancy And Legal Relevancy of Facts

"Every fact that is legally relevant is also logically relevant but every logically relevant fact may not be necessarily legally relevant." The Indian Evidence Act is very unique in nature. This is because it was introduced some 141 years ago. The mere fact that it was introduced so many years ago does not make it unique, it is unique ...

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Right to Information and Impact on Administration
28
Nov
  • Post By: Prashant Rao Mulik
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Right to Information and Impact on Administration

The Democracy means meaningful participation by the people in the public affairs. A democratic government must be sensitive to the public opinion for which information must be sensitive to the public opinion, for which information must be made available to the people. The Right to Information implies the participation of people in the process of...

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Vicarious Liability of Directors And Officers on Bouncing of Cheques
24
Nov
  • Post By: G.P.Sahi
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Vicarious Liability of Directors And Officers on Bouncing of Cheques

1. Offences by Company 1.1 Proper and smooth functioning of all business transactions, particularly of cheques as instruments primarily depends upon the integrity and honesty of the parties. Undoubtedly, dishonour of a cheque by the bank causes incalculable loss, injury and inconvenience to the payee and the entire credibility of the business tran...

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Triple Talaq Explained
17
Nov
  • Post By: Umair Ansari
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Triple Talaq Explained

Islam is one of the oldest religions around the world today and after Christianity it’s the second most followed religion in the world. Often these days, Islam is criticized due to frequent terror attacks and because of it’s customs of polygamy or Triple Talaq, but it gives everything in codified manner. One can find codified laws for m...

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 International Court of Justice: Unlocking the Key Facets
16
Nov
  • Post By: ATUL ALEXANDER
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International Court of Justice: Unlocking the Key Facets

The International Court of Justice (hereinafter referred to as ‘ICJ’), the entire notion was conceived by the Hague Conference of 1897 and 1907, the UN Charter resonates the position of ICJ as Principle Judicial organ under Article 92 of the UN Charter, the election of the Judges are done through ‘Root Philimore Plan 192...

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Decoding: Article 35-A
16
Nov
  • Post By: NISHANT SHARMA
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Decoding: Article 35-A

  Article 35-A has become the focal point of debate these days, laying emphasis on the special status of Jammu and Kashmir. While article 35-A still remains unchallenged, A Supreme Court bench is working its way very hard to examine the constitutional validity of this article. So what is article 35-A? Article ...

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Does Section 375 of IPC Include Marital Rape?
16
Nov
  • Post By: Varun Kumar
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Does Section 375 of IPC Include Marital Rape?

1. Meaning of Marital Rape: Before explaining the term Marital Rape, we have to understand the term Rape. Rape has been defined under Section 375 of IPC, 1860 and it provides that a man is said to commit rape when he penetrates his penis to any extent into the vagina of a woman. How far it has gone inside vagina is immaterial. Even slightest pen...

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Public interest litigation:- Its origin and meaning
15
Nov
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Public interest litigation:- Its origin and meaning

In Indian law, means litigation for the protection of public interest. It is litigation introduced in a court of law, not by the aggrieved party but by the court itself or by any other private party. It is not necessary, for the exercise of the court's jurisdiction, that the person who is the victim of the violation of his or her right should p...

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Shreya Singhal V Union of India
18
Nov
  • Post By: Rukhman Singh
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Shreya Singhal V Union of India

Decided on 24th March 2015   Introduction Supreme Court in a landmark judgment struck down section 66A of the Information Technology Act, 2000 which provided provisions for the arrest of those who posted allegedly offensive content on the internet upholding freedom of expression. Section 66A defines the punishment for sending “off...

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