SHAPE OF PRODUCT, PROTECTED UNDER THE DESIGN ACT The Design Act in India protects only those Design, which are solely appealed by eye or in other word, the Design which are aesthetic in Nature are protectable in India. Earlier the Design Law

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It has to be said right at the outset that in a major reprieve for all the political leaders accused of being involved in the Sohrabuddin fake encounter case, the Special CBI Judge SJ Sharma in CR. No. 49 who presided over the Sohrabuddin trial wh

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INTRODUCTIONUnder Section 32(g) of the Real Estate (Regulation and Development) Act, 2016, Maharashtra Real Estate Regulatory Authority must take measures to facilitate amicable c

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In a remarkable and significant judgment titled Sukhlal v The State Of Madhya Pradesh in Criminal Appeal Nos. 1563-1564 of 2018 (arising out of S.L.P. (Crl.) Nos. 9558-9559 of 2014), a three-Judge Bench of the Supreme Court comprising of Justice AK

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Arbitration can be protected only by neutral and committed arbitrators but unfortunately none of us want to engage/ nominate an arbitrator who declares that he/she would be neutral always. Due to shortage of work, Arbitrators require canvas for their

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It has to be said right at the very outset that in a landmark and significant judgment titled Deepu @ Deepak v State of Madhya Pradesh in Criminal Appeal No. 1277 of 2010 which has served to clarify the entire legal position under Section 319 CrPC,

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Short circuits are not an act of god

  BAPOO M. MALCOLM    04 January 2019 at 17:40

An Argument for Considering Culpable HomicideLast week saw more fires in Mumbai and elsewhere. The catch word, in all cases, was �Short Circuit�. But Short Circuits are not an ACT OF GOD. They are man-made, involving carelessness, neglige

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Online Arbitration

  D.Vasanth    04 January 2019 at 17:40

Online arbitration is settlement of disputes by chosen parties through emails and other modes of technology. It is a process by which the ease and the benefits of alternative dispute resolution in India is enhanced by allowing the parties to settle t

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In what has come as a big shot in the arm for the present ruling dispensation at the Centre led by PM Narendra Modi, the Supreme Court in its landmark judgment titled Manohar Lal Sharma vs Narendra Damodardas Modi & Ors in Writ Petition (Criminal

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Socio-Economic Rights: A Fore-view

  Navin Kumar Jaggi    03 January 2019 at 15:31

SOCIO-ECONOMIC RIGHTS IntroductionHuman Rights are inalienable in nature and are very fundamental in providing humans a dignified life. If we consider the broader picture, human rights are basically the rights which gives birth to all other rights.It

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CSR Policy Under Company Act, 2013

  Navin Kumar Jaggi    03 January 2019 at 15:31

The historical background of the Indian Companies Act of 1956 takes back over a century when Companies Act of 1850 Modeled upon British Companies Act of 1844 was promulgated in India. Between 1850 and 1882, the act w

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The word adultery originates from the Latin word �adulterium�. Adultery is supposed to be a consensual sexual act between a married person and another person with an irrelevant m

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�Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere� INTRODUCTION-The year 2018 marks the 25th anniversary of the National Human Rights Commission. We are celebrating the silver jubilee of an institution, the founding stone of which was

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INTRODUCTION-�Education is the most important weapon which you can use to change the world� - Nelson MandelaEducation has always been an issue which has been of the prime focus for any nation. The development of any co

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It has to be stated right at the outset that in a landmark judgment titled Rajendra Pralhadrao Wasnik v State of Maharashtra in Review Petition (Criminal) Nos. 306-307 of 2013 in Criminal Appeal Nos. 145-146 of 2011 delivered on December 12, 2018 whi

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Amendment in Specific Relief Act

  chetansharma    03 January 2019 at 15:31

Amendment in Specific Relief Act � A positive change for Infrastructure Companies Dealing with present laws is a challengefor infrastructure companies. The recent amendment in the Specific Relief Act will change the entire system.Our country pa

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In a major setback for the Congress party, the Delhi High Court while not accepting the contention of a battery of lawyers led by eminent and senior lawyer Dr Abhishek Manu Singhvi in the much publicised case titled 'The Associated Journals Ltd &

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Marbury vs. Madison

  Jawaharlal Jasthi    03 January 2019 at 15:30

John Marshall has become the fourth Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States of America after it is established in 1789. By the time he became the Chief Justice in 1801, the Court was hardly eleven years of age and there were few decis

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To begin with, it has been a long and gruelling wait of 34 long years for the survivors of 1984 anti-Sikh riots to finally see one big leader Sajjan Kumar being sentenced to life term by Delhi High Court in a recent landmark judgment titled State Thr

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Uberrimae fidei (Good faith)

  DR.VEDULA GOPINATH    02 January 2019 at 15:20

The doctrine Uberrimae Fidei is originated from English law to the formation of the insurance contract. The principle of Uberrimae Fidei (a Latin phrase), or in simple English words, the Principle of Utmost Good Faith, is a very basic and first prima

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