Democracy of Judicial Remedies

  Ms. Bobby Anand    15 July 2008 at 17:00

“The Judiciary is bound to shape the processes of law to actualize the constitutional resolve to secure equal justice to all”.THE DAWN of the modern era of human rights culture was signaled by the Proclamation by the General Assembly of the United Na

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Examination in chief

  Ms. Bobby Anand    14 July 2008 at 17:25

I kept six honest serving men.They taught me all I knew.Their names were what and why and whenAnd how and where and who - - Rudyard KiplingIntroductionIt's been said, "A good lawyer turns evidence into fact and fact into truth." Because they bear the

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As Mohammad Afzal Guru, charged in the December 13, 2001, attack on the Indian Parliament, awaits a final decision on his clemency petition pending before the President and Indian civil society deliberates on the abolition of death penalty, no attent

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What is Mass Torts?In brief, ‘Mass Torts’ can be explained as ‘Such activity of the defendant, the harm caused by which is wide and a large number or sector of society gets affected simultaneously’. In other words, we can say that the cases of mass t

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  RENUGA DEVI    11 July 2008 at 18:53

The recovery of Bank Loans or seizure of vehicles could be done only through legal means. The Bank cannot employ goondass to take possession by force.MANAGER ICICI BANK LTD., VS PRAKASH KAUR AIR 2007 SC 1349

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Trademark is the identification mark of any company or organization. A customer relates any trademark with the quality of products and reputation of the company that is using it. It is a distinctive name, word, phrase, symbol, logo, design, image, or

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"Relations between the two great democracies-India and the United States-date to the time when India had not yet gained independence. Over the passage of time, these relations have been conditioned by various factors, which resulted in cooperation as

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THE MADRID SYSTEM OF INTERNATIONAL REGISTRATION OF TRADEMARKS - AN INSIGHT INTO THE INDIAN PERSPECTIVE The Madrid system for the international registration of marks, also conveniently known as the 'Madrid system', is the primary international system

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Plagiarism: A Basic Idea

  Ms. Bobby Anand    10 July 2008 at 22:53

"Thou shalt not steal, but paraphrasing is OK" - Exodus 20:15, King James Bible, Teacher's EditionIn this information age where copying and cheating is fast becoming the easy way for many students and others across the world, the term plagiarism, its

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An Overview of the working of the juvenile justice system and the effect of the changes brought about by the Amendment in 2006 in relation to Children in Conflict with the Law There is no trust more sacred than the one the world holds with children.

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Cases of cheque bounce are not uncommon these days. In most of the transactions be it re-payment of loan or payment of fees for business purpose, payments are made by cheque. These cheques bearing large amounts sometimes remain unpaid and are returne

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A time span starting from September 1996 to July 2008 is long enough to table, discuss and improve a Bill, which prima facie is for the benefit of a large section of the society. So, what is it that makes all section of politicians agree for one set

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IntroductionToday technology is changing expeditiously. New technical inventions are taking place in huge number. These new inventions open new field of subject-matter for protection under Intellectual Property Law. Intellectual Property law gives an

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India has developed very comprehensive and open policy towards Foreign Direct Investment (‘FDI’). Since the inception of economic reforms in early 1990s, substantive reforms have been initiated in the field of investment, trade, financial sector, exc

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Tax Law Update

  Rajesh Kumar    05 July 2008 at 20:43

1. MANDATORY PAYMENT OF DUTY BASED ON PRODUCTION CAPACITY- FOR PAN MASAL AND GUTKA:On 01.07.2008, the Government came out with an notification making it mandatory to pay duty on Pan Masala and Gutka based on production capacity, i.e. number of packag

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Feasibility of Online banking in IndiaThe red tapism in public sector banking and lesser consumer base is being attributed to as the reasons for the Indian banks to enter into the online banking this late. With the rapid development in the technologi

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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 various

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do u believe in god ?

  amit gupta_lawyer    05 July 2008 at 16:03

An atheist professor of philosophy speaks to his class on the problem Science has with God, The Almighty. He asks one of his new students to stand and..... Prof: So you believe in God?Student: Absolutely, sir.Prof: Is God good?Student: Sure. Prof: Is

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Dear allsome quotes from karate/martial arts experts"One becomes a beginner after one thousand days of training and an expert after ten thousand days of practice." ~Mas Oyama~ "Although it is important to study and train for skill in techniques, for

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Intellectual Property Rights should be subsumed to human rights, national interests and the preservation of genetic resourcesIntellectual property can be defined as the creations of the human mind. Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) are legal rights

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