urban land ceiling act

  Sanjay Agarwal    24 August 2008 at 09:45

held by allahabad highcourt : 2005(59) ALR 413 :that even though there has been a entery in favour of the state in revenue records without taking action to take actual possession u/s 10(5) ,10(6). actual owner can not be deprived of the benifit of th

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HUMAN RIGHTS - JUDGE-MADE LAW TO PREVENT POLICE ATROCITY Law and the State has come to recognize the rights of men. Though these rights differ from country to country, some of the rights are accepted by nations all over the world regardless of thei

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Relinquishment deed

  Rajeev Talwar    22 August 2008 at 14:57

Hi ,I would request fellow members to pass on a relinquishment deed in word formt.Thanks,Rajeev

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THE DRAFT BROADCASTING SERVICES REGULATION BILL, 2007Mahendra Subhash Khairnar* “Whereas airwaves are public property and it is felt necessary to regulate the use of such airwaves in national and public interest, particularly with a view to ensu

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How to bring transparency in Administrationthrough the use of RTI?MAHENDRA SUBHASH KHAIRNAR* The State is seen as the legal creation of an individual will. People undertake to obey a Govt. which they themselves have chosen. Freedom and Equali

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What is complete freedom?

  RAJDHRUV SINGH    20 August 2008 at 17:50

NIETHER PLANET, WORLD, CONTINENT, COUNTRY , STATE , CITY , VILLAGE AND NOR AN INDIVIDUAL PERSON IS INDEPENDENT  OR HAVING COMPLETE FREEDOM .I HAVE THE EXAMPLE OF SOVEREIGN.  DEFFINTION OF FREEDOM  Freedom is a mental condition-a condition of the spir

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CIRCUMSTANTIAL EVIDENCE - THE BEST EVIDENCE Suprem Court of India in Manivel and Others v State of Tamil Nadu in Criminal Appeal No. 473 of 2001 (2008 INDLAW SC 1239) on 08 Aug 2008 held that while dealing with circumstantial evidence, it has been h

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INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY AND COMPUTER SOFTWARE There has been a lot of debate regarding the issue of intellectual property protection accorded to software. Whether the same should be copyrighted or patented? Though recent trends of market rulers are inc

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The Concept of Public Policy

  A. Patrawala Advocate    18 August 2008 at 19:29

The concept of Public Policy with reference to Zoroastrian Co-operative Housing Society Ltd vs. District Registrar, Co-operative Societies (Urban) Judgment ** - AIR 2005 SC 2306: 2005(5) SCC 632-An Essay by A. Patrawala Advocate: Surat It all star

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Parliament to act ...

  A. Patrawala Advocate    18 August 2008 at 19:29

Proposed Draft of Rules :Statement of Objects & Reasons : Unfortunately, there is no provision in the Law of Land for an Advocate against the offence purported to have been committed during the course of discharging professional duty even per

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Software patents in India

  Sudhir Kumar    17 August 2008 at 23:28

SOFTWARE PATENTS IN INDIAIndia like European Union does not allow patents for inventions related to software. The relevant provision under the Indian Patents Act dealing with software reads as under:CHAPTER IIINVENTIONS NOT PATENTABLE3. What are not

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Is narco-analysis test reliable?

  Shree.    17 August 2008 at 13:14

Is narco-analysis test reliable? A brief outline of the narco-analysis test: The narco-analysis test is conducted by mixing three grams of Sodium Pentothal or Sodium Amytal dissolved in 3000 ml of distilled water. Narco test refers to the practice of

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SUPREME COURT ILLUSTRATIONS

  K.C.Suresh    15 August 2008 at 15:48

SUPREME COURT ILLUSTRATIONS IN ABETMENT OF DISPROPORTIONATE ASSET CASES IN PC ACT, 1988. S. 12 of the Act lays down that whoever abets any offence punishable under S. 7 or S. 11 of the Act whether or not that offence is committed in consequence of t

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ABORTION LAW DEBATE

  Prakash Yedhula    14 August 2008 at 11:47

Whilegenerating a lot of sympathy for the petitioning couple, the decisionof the Bombay High Court to disallow Niketa and Haresh Mehta to aborttheir 25-week unborn child has sparked off a near unanimous demand forreviewing the 37-year old Medical Ter

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We all know the role of the lawyer varies significantly across legal jurisdictions......Though sometimes, we get confused in determining the historical difference between these similar professions...........But is it not required to know the exact me

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ZERO TOLERENCE

  K.C.Suresh    12 August 2008 at 10:58

ZERO TOLERENCEZero tolerance means “a form of policing that allows no crime or anti-social behaviour to be overlooked,” or the policy or practice of not tolerating undesirable behavior, such as violence or illegal drug use, especially in the automat

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THERE is hardly a day when the SEZ Scheme is not there on the front page of most newspapers. Apart from various sticky aspects, revenue loss theory continues to carry a lot of weight even after many Studies being reported by the media. The indirect t

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India has some40 to 80 million persons with disability. But low literacy, few jobsand widespread social stigma are making disabled people among the mostexcluded in India. Children with disabilites are less likely to be inschool, disabled adults are m

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Even Government of India has declared International year of DisabledPersons, disability friendly is our expected motto, but we are not ableto see these expected motto in and around the society. However in someeducated zones like banking sector we fou

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PRESUMPTION IN THE PREVENTION OF CORRUPTION ACT, 1988The cardinal principle of criminal law is that the accused is presumed to be innocent until proved guilty beyond all reasonable doubt. That is to say shifting burden of proof to accused’s shoulders

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