The problem of “Prostitution” an Indian perspectiveA prostitute is a person, "who allows her body to be used for lewd purposes in return for payment". Prostitution is the sale of sexual services, such as oral sex or sexual inte

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Application of Income

  Abhishek    03 February 2009 at 12:35

“Taxes are the dues that we pay for the privileges of membership in an organized society” - - Franklin D. Roosevelt.IntroductionThere are certain fundamental concepts which play a very elementary role in the computation of income tax. One

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Marriage is the unique bond between two people that links them together emotionally, spiritually and sexually in an enduring union based on common values, love and commitment. The circumstances that contribute to the fracturing of the intimate bond,

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SUICIDE AND EUTHANASIA

  M. PIRAVI PERUMAL    02 February 2009 at 23:12

Suicide and Euthanasia - An overviewLegal jurisprudence states that there is a right and a corresponding duty to every action and inaction. And as all the rights that every individual possesses in the contemporary society are being defined to the gr

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CAN LAW KEEP UP WITH THE TECHNOLOGY

  M. PIRAVI PERUMAL    02 February 2009 at 21:11

Science and technology is advancing at a breakneck pace. With each passing day, new technologies and advancements make our world easier, safer and point toward a brighter future. But with each advancement and innovation, legal issues arise.Take nano

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Procedure for incorporation of a Company

  Manish Singh    02 February 2009 at 18:56

PROCEDURE FOR INCORPORATING A COMPANY IN INDIA “A SNAP SHOT”Incorporation of Companies in India and setting up of branch offices of foreign corporations in India are regulated by the Companies Act, 1956. The Companies Act of 1956 sets dow

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CYBER ETHICS

  M. PIRAVI PERUMAL    02 February 2009 at 18:56

In legal phraseology and prospectus are very wide terms and very much intermingled. These cannot be confined by words. Ethics and morality in different circumstances connotes varied and complex meanings. Each and everything which is opposed to publi

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ARREST, SEARCH, BAIL - A GLANCE

  M. PIRAVI PERUMAL    02 February 2009 at 10:27

When you are arrested, you are taken into custody. This means that you are not free to leave the scene. Without being arrested, you can be detained, however, or held for questioning for a short time if a police officer or other person believes you m

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TRIAL BY MEDIA - A LEGAL PERSPECTIVE

  M. PIRAVI PERUMAL    02 February 2009 at 10:26

Media is regarded as one of the pillars of democracy. Media has wide ranging roles in the society. Media plays a vital role in moulding the opinion of the society and it is capable of changing the whole viewpoint through which people perceive variou

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FORENSIC EVIDENCE: THE LEGAL SCENARIOIn the middle of 19th century natural science began to develop by leaps and bounds. The mystic theories theretofore advanced to explain the scheme of things began to lose ground as the clear, cold logic of scient

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ADVENT OF FOREIGN LAW FIRMS IN INDIA

  M. PIRAVI PERUMAL    02 February 2009 at 00:34

ADVENT OF FOREIGN LAW FIRMS IN INDIAThe opening of a legal firm by a Nigerian in Delhi has not only lawyers up in arms against the unauthorized practice but has also revived the decade-and-a-half-old debate over the more important question — s

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RIGHT TO DIE

  M. PIRAVI PERUMAL    02 February 2009 at 00:34

RIGHT TO DIEIn the advent of delving into what has unfurled into one of the most controversial issues that could have tremendous ramifications on basic ethical concepts and most importantly, the sanctity of life…. The precious words of Thomas

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Did God Made Only Adam and Eve(An Insight into the legal position of Eunuchs)How often do we sit and question our gender or sexual identity? Is it always the same as the biological sex that we are born in? Can it be independent entity, irrespective o

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REGISTRATION OF POLITICAL PARTIESQ.1. Is it necessary for an association to get registered by the Election Commission?Ans. NoIt is not necessary for every association to get registered by the Election Commission. Only an association or body of indiv

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 THE ORGAN TRANSPLANTATION LAW IN INDIAThe transplantation of an organ from one body to another is known as the organ transplant. The person who gives the organ is called the donor while the one who receives is called the recipient. Organ transplant

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SUPREME COURT: THE FINAL PEDESTAL OF JUSTICE

  Abhishek    31 January 2009 at 23:50

A law may be defined as an assemblage of signs, declarative of a volition, conceived or adopted by the sovereign in a stage, concerning the conduct to be observed in a certain case by a certain person or class of persons who in the case in question a

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Do You Make Right Choices to Create Your Own Success? : By Yogesh You can’t create your success, but your choices do create success for you. So

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IntroductionSecond marriage, during the subsistence of the first marriage, is illegal in India and the relationship arising from the same does not have any validity. Even though the law is very clear on this point, 'second marriage' is a common prac

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SPAM: IS IT TIME TO LEGISLATE?

  Abhishek    31 January 2009 at 18:17

Unsolicited Electronic Mail also called "spam" is a growing concern among corporations and individuals. Spamming, once viewed as a mere nuisance, is now posing some alarming problems. In the year 2002 alone, losses to US Corporations due to

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Miscarriage of Fast Track Justice

  Abhishek    31 January 2009 at 18:17

The comment of Justice A.S. Anand, former Chief Justice of India and Chairman National Human Rights Commission that the acquittal decision in Best Bakery trial by a fast track court as 'miscarriage of justice', is not confined to just that case only,

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