Custodial Violence

  SAI VIKRANTH    02 February 2019 at 11:18

INTRODUCTION In the legal parlance the term �Custody� is defined as any point in time when an individual�s freedom of movement has been denied by law enforcement agencies, or during arrest, prosecution, sentencing, and correctional

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It must be noted right at the outset that in a noteworthy judgment titled Sadhna Chaudhary v State of U.P. and others in Writ Petition No. 170 (S/B) of 2006 by a two-Judge Bench of Allahabad High Court comprising of Chief Justice Govind Mathur and J

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It has to be said right at the beginning that in a landmark, latest and laudable judgment with far reaching consequences, the Supreme Court on January 18, 2019 in Nand Kishore v State of Madhya Pradesh in Criminal Appeal No. 94 of 2019 (Arising out

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To begin with, in a latest, landmark and laudable judgment authored by Justice Abhay Manohar Sapre for himself and Justice Indu Malhotra, the Supreme Court in Mahadevappa v State of Karnataka Rep. By Public Prosecutor in Criminal Appeal No. 1261 of

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Introduction: Under Muslim Law if the marriage is Sahih (V

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It has to be said right at the outset that in a landmark, latest and laudable judgment titled Rajesh v State of Haryana in Criminal Appeal No. 93 of 2019 (Arising out of SLP (Cri.) No. 8867 of 2016) by a two Judge Bench of Supreme Court comprising

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1. Constitutional Provisions � The right to education is available to all citizens including the disabled. Article 29(2) of the Constitution provides that no citizen shall be denied admission into any educational institution maintained by the St

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Case management software and document management software are frequently used in law firms to manage their overall workflow and processes. Both the software, however, is different and there is a lot of confusion about their difference and preference.

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To begin with, in a landmark judgment titled Devi Lal v State of Rajasthan in Criminal Appeal No(s). 148 of 2010 with Criminal Appeal No(s). 149 of 2010, the Supreme Court just recently on January 8, 2019 has dispelled all misconceived notions abou

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Framing of Issues in a Civil Suit

  K Rajasekharan    21 January 2019 at 15:14

What the term issue means The term "issue" in a civil case means a disputed question relating to rival contentions in a suit. It is the focal point of disagreement, argument or decision. It is the point on which a case itself is decided i

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Pluralism: The power of India

  M.S. Husain    21 January 2019 at 15:14

Introduction:Being a secular state India is a multicultural country. Cultural and Linguistic diversity is the strength of India. Being a pluralistic state, Indian has a great feeling of nationality and to generate or maintain this kind of feeling, th

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To begin with, it has to be appreciated, applauded and admired that after a long spell of time we finally see that the Supreme Court which is the top court of India has finally in the latest landmark case titled State of Madhya Pradesh v Kalyan S

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Law as a Career Path in India

  Guest    18 January 2019 at 16:39

IntroductionEducation law is that part of the law in a state, country or city that specifically governs educational bodies such as public and private schools and universities. Various laws of education cover every aspect of education and school syste

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It has be acknowledged right at the outset that in a significant judgment titled Dr Dhruvaram Murlidhar Sonar v The State Of Maharashtra & Ors in Criminal Appeal No. 1443 of 2018 (arising out of S.L.P. (Criminal) No. 6532 of 2018) with far reach

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Indian Constitution has guaranteed certain fundamental rights to its citizens as enunciated in part III therein which includes a right to approach the Supreme Court for a writ under article 32. The High Courts are vested with writ jurisdiction under

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Introduction.The new tenancy law viz. T. N. Regulation of Rights & Responsibilities of Landlords & Tenants Act, 2017, is based on the Draft Model Tenancy Act, 2015 prescribed by the Ministry of Housing & Urban Affairs, Govt. of India. Thi

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Democracy derailed

  Jawaharlal Jasthi    17 January 2019 at 13:25

Every country in the modern world has a constitution of its own, whatever it may contain. In a democracy the constitution provides for the three branches of government – executive, legislature and judiciary. The rights and responsibilities of e

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Several Real Estate Regulatory Authorities (RERAs) are pushing for more enforcement power, similar to what is enjoyed by consumer forums, including the authority to issue arrest warrants.A broad consensus that the RERA Act needed to be amended to fur

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The Hon'ble Supreme Court of India on 26.07.2018 pronounced a landmark decision on the issue of Proprietor of a trademark claiming monopoly over the whole class of goods falling in the classification of goods and services with respect to the Trad

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Limitation to initiate a legal action is a globally recognized concept. Law of Limitation provides for a time restriction for initiating a legal action to an aggrieved party seeking to establish a legal right. That means even though you have a right,

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