Let me begin with a disclaimer: I have never met the new Chief Justice of India (CJI) in person nor have I ever interacted with any of his friends or relatives or close companions nor do I know any of them in any manner. But from the news and the a

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Investigation by PoliceInvestigation by police is the first stage in the criminal proceedings. It is an exclusive domain of police. It serves as a crucial step in punishing the offender. The police have unfettered powers to investigate into a cogniza

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Annihilating an archaic law

  Jawaharlal Jasthi    11 October 2018 at 18:00

Crimes are created by law and committed by the people. The law also prescribes punishments for the crimes including imprisonment to disable the culprit from repeating the crime.In the case of the Section 497 of the Indian Penal Code, the main observa

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To begin with, it is most hurting and most shocking to learn that a top eminent former scientist of the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) was harangued, humiliated and harassed not in Pakistan or China or any other foreign country but in hi

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Legal Tech and its future

  Sidharth Nair    10 October 2018 at 11:19

The implementation of latest tech available in the market such as Machine Learning, Artificial Intelligence etc. to maximise the possibilities of all existing and potential stakeholders in the legal sector is Legal Tech or Legal Technology. The requi

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On a plain reading of the bare Act of Constitution of India, the amendments brought about to the body of Constitution by Presidential (Application to J&K) Order 1954, do not surf

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156(3) of CrPC-When police does not register FIR The Power of The Magistrate Under Section 156 (3) of Cr.P.CThe information under section 154 of Cr.P.C is generally known as FIR, It is pertinent to see that the word - first- is not used

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To begin with, in a latest and significant judgment with far reaching consequences, the Bench of Apex Court comprising of Justice L Nageswara Rao and Justice Mohan M Shantanagoudar in State of Orissa v Mahimananda Mishra in Criminal Appeal No. 1175

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-History owes an apology to members of this community and their family, for the delay in providing redressal for the ignominy and ostracism they suffered through the centuries. The members of this community were compelled to live a life full

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As per Section 134 (Boards’ Report) read with Rule 8 (Matter to be include in Board Report) Sub rule 5 clause (x), The report of board shall contain “a statement that the company has complied with provisions relating to the constitution o

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Almost in most of countries adultery, law has been abolished. The term adultery refers to sexual acts between a married person and someone who is not that person's spouse. In India, section 497 of IPC punishes the offence of adultery committed wi

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Section 14 of Sarfaesi Act

  T.R.Radhakrishnan    05 October 2018 at 16:13

ROLE AND POWERS OF DISTRICT MAGISTRATE / CHIEF METROPOLITAN MAGISTRATEAmendment to SARFAESI Act introduced in 2013 brought out certain changes in the Act wherein under section 14 compulsory filing of an affidavit by the secured creditor through their

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Mention its important features.Typically, democratic constitutions are classified into two categories - Unitary and Federal. In a unitary constitution, all the powers are concentrated in a central authority. The states or the constituents of the coun

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Ripening of fruits, which is a natural phenomenon, is hastened in the recent times by using small quantities of ethylene or as a cheaper option to ethylene, the carcinogenic calcium carbide. Carbide as it is popularly called has arsenic and phosphoro

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-Rule of law- giving way to -Rule of commerce- is a worldwide vogue and it shouldn-t be embarrassing, if the same phenomenon happens in case of a law which w

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The constitution is a natural instrument. It is the central law. The general govern embraced for interpreting a composed constitution is the same concerning understanding some other statute. The constitution ought to be deciphered in order to offer i

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Ripening of fruits, which is a natural phenomenon, is hastened in the recent times by using small quantities of ethylene or as a cheaper option to ethylene, the carcinogenic calcium carbide. Carbide as it is popularly called has arsenic and phosphoro

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Divorce matters are filed before the Family Courts constituted since 2010 and the matter is taken up by the court thereafter, the stages involved with the proceedings related to divorce can be summarized in following steps: STEP-I: Filing of t

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IntroductionThe First Information Statement (FIS) or First Information Report (FIR) has not been defined in the Criminal Procedural Code, 1973 (CrPC). It is commonly understood as the information received by the police about commission of a crime and

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It has to be said right at the outset that in a landmark judgment with far reaching consequences, the Delhi High Court in Jasvinder Singh Chauhan v Union of India W.P. (C) 2091/2018 & C.M. Nos. 8677/2018 & 3544/2018 dated September 11, 2018

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