Sec 498A of the Indian Penal Code a weapon in the hands of vamps Introduction Objective: The Indian Penal Code, 1860 was amended in the year 1983 to include the provisions of Section 498 A which deals with the punishment of the husband and his relati

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IN THE HIGH COURT OF DELHI AT NEW DELHI FAO(OS)356/2008 and CM No.11752/2008 # PFIZER ENTERPRISES SARL .?Appellant through ! Mr. Saikrishan Rajgopal with Mr. Sidharth Chopra and Mr. Saurabh Srivas

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Cyber Crimes, Space and so Forth -a Concept of Cyber LawsCyber law is a generic term, which refers to all the legal and regulatory aspects of Internet and the World Wide Web. This cyber law governs a boundless, timeless, space less, medium which has

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The government has at last — after the country and its people have paid a heavy price — come up with a proposal to constitute a National Investigation Agency (NIA) and given more teeth to anti-terror laws. The NIA is “to investigate

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Patent – Discussion and Suggestions

  AEJAZ AHMED    02 January 2009 at 16:43

Patent – Discussion and SuggestionsThis is the article contains some valuable doubts and answers for those doubts about Patent and related with Intellectual Properties. This article looks like the open discussion about the Patent and patenting the ne

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A BIRDS EYE VIEW OF PATENT LAW IN INDIA

  Suwarn Rajan    02 January 2009 at 16:40

A BIRD’S EYE VIEW OF PATENT LAW IN INDIABy Suwarn Rajan, Advocate & Patent  Agent, Managing Partner, CARE INTEL

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FOREIGN INVESTMENT AND WTO

  AEJAZ AHMED    31 December 2008 at 22:40

FOREIGN INVESTMENT AND WTO : Measures against expropriationVijay Purohit & Manish K. Kanth INTRODUCTION Foreign investment has become a burning issue today. World economy is going through a transition phase. Companies all over the world are in se

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WANNA MAKE A DEAL? THE INTRODUCTION OF PLEA-BARGAINING IN INDIABy Sulabh Rewari* and Tanya Aggarwal*Cite as : (2006) 2 SCC (Cri) J-12When one’s own legal system flounders, one naturally looks towards practices in other countries which seem to provide

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Dowry laws: Loopholes & Possibilities of misuse…There is hardly any other malady of greater magnitude, which the society is facing today than the curse of dowry demand and dowry death. It is commonly talked of in the society that the newly married wi

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Women and Industrial Law : Maternity Benefit Act 1961 Economic dependence of women is what gives rise to their subordination in society today. Hence to remove such subordination and to lay the foundation of equality women too must be mad

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A HIGHLIGHT ON BUSINESS LAWS

  Prakash Yedhula    29 December 2008 at 20:43

 A HIGHLIGHT ON BUSINESS LAWS ContractThe British Rulers established the Courts of Justice in India for three presidency towns of Mumbai, Madras and Calcutta in 18th century by Charters. Those three Courts introduced into their jurisdictions the Engl

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Overall view of Corporate laws:

  Prakash Yedhula    29 December 2008 at 20:08

Overall view of Corporate laws:In India, laws governing Companies are mainly to be found in the Companies Act, 1956. Voluminous and containing 658 Sections, 15 Schedules and several Rules, the Companies Act, 1956 is modeled on the English Companies

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Real estate a boon to NRI investors

  Tushar    29 December 2008 at 18:23

Recession has affected the Real Estate market in India and especially the builders and the developers and mainly because of the fall in sales which can be attributed to several factors like stringent measures by banks in lending loans, salary cut fo

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Hindu wife cannot adopt, rules SC

  Selvam P    28 December 2008 at 23:45

Hindu wife cannot adopt, rules SC Bhadra Sinha, Hindustan TimesNew Delhi, January 16, 2008: A Hindu woman canno

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INDIAN PATENT LAW BASICS

  Prakash Yedhula    28 December 2008 at 13:43

What is a patent?A patent can be defined as a grant of exclusive rights to an inventor over his invention for a limited period of time. The exclusive rights conferred include the right to make, use, exercise, sell or distribute the invention in Indi

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Motive and Intent

  Prakash Yedhula    27 December 2008 at 14:23

Motive and IntentJake J. KoppenhaverCJ-230Professor Jakalski  DATE \@ "MMMM d, yyyy" December 27, 2008Motive and Intent The concepts of motive and intent, while similar, are quite different as they pertain to criminal investiga

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CYBER LAWTHEFT OF PERSONAL DATA AND SAFEGUARDS Many security breaches and data thefts have recently occurred at companies and government agencies all over the world. The most worrisome data security problem: Thefts of personal data t

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CAN STATE CONSUMER DISPUTE REDRESSAL COMMISSION ISSUE DIRECTIONS IN GROSS VIOLATION OF PROVISOS CONSUMER PROTECTION ACT - 1986 In 19 District Consumer Disputes Redressal Forum the post of President is vacant. In the absence of the post of President t

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No Interim Maintenance under 125 CrPC if case under HMA pendingPREVENT INTERIM MAINTENANCE UNDER 125 CRPC IF CASE ONGOING IN HMAOctober 9th, 2008 by MyNationChand Dhawan Vs Jawaharlal Dhawan [ SC ]SMT. CHAND DHAWANVs.JAWAHARLAL DHAWAN [1993] RD-SC 30

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Globalization and Employment

  Prakash Yedhula    26 December 2008 at 14:01

 Globalization and Income Distribution: From the Lecture “Globalization and Employment” by Jeffrey Sachs, Geneva, March 1996 First, I would like to reiterate my belief that globalization will lead to higher overall growth rates for almost all economi

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