INTRODUCTION On 22nd August,2017 a five-judge bench of the Supreme Court in a split verdict ruled that the practice of instant triple talaq in the Muslim community is unconstitutional.

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Indian Govt. v/s defaulting companies

  Shweta Gupta    16 August 2018 at 10:53

WARNING BELL:2017 saw some stringent action by MCA against erring companies and as a result RoCs removed approximately 2,30,000 companies from the register of companies. Since then, the media has been reporting of an extensive crack down on non-compl

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Implications of amendments made by SEBI to Listing Regulations, 2015IntroductionIn exercise of its powers conferred on it under the SEBI Act, 1992, in terms of its Notification No.SEBI/LAD-NRO/GN/2018/10 dated May, 9, 2018 , SEBI has put through a sl

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If you are harassed by undue allegations by wife/in-laws of exorbitant �dowry� or �gifts� paid�do not worry. File a tax-evasion-petition against your in-laws/ wife and see the magic unfold! A sample format is available

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This Act is called as the Negotiable Instruments (Amendment) Act, 2018. This Act of parliament has received the assent of the President on the 2nd August, 2018, and is hereby published in the Official Gazette of India on 2nd August, 2108 and it shall

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Government of India has amended Negotiable Instruments Act which has received asset of President of India on 2nd August 2018:In brief the amendments are as under:Interim Compensation:Section 143A: The complaints which are being tried as offence under

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Usually people after committing the crime, tries to abscond from the place where cause of action arises during trials to prevent further action taken by the law maintaining authorities against them. To deal with these situations there were many tools

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Introduction Principle of 'business efficacy' is well recognized tool for interpreting a commercial contract inter se the parties. Documenting terms of a commercial contract may not always be perfect enough to capture and provide for all

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Introduction to Anti-dumping law: The era of Globalization along with the sweet treats that it has given us has served the world economy with some omens as well. The issu

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Legal fraternity celebrates the centenary of a humane judge of this century, Rtd. Justice V R Krishna Iyer. Justice Krishna Iyer,

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Extraterritorial jurisdiction in Civil Wrongs- An international law perspectiveAdv. (Dr.) Pradeep KODIYATH PATINHARE*(*Attendee; Directed Studies and General Course in Public and Private International Law, The Hague Academy of International Law, Hagu

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Taming an agent

  Smita Singh    06 August 2018 at 13:26

Introduction It is common for people to carry on their in business dealings with third parties though an agent. This could be on account of the vastness of the principal�s business or since the dealings may require significant skill or expertis

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Writs in Indian Constitution

  Vanshika Kapoor    06 August 2018 at 13:26

As everybody proudly knows that the Constitution of India is the longest constitution in the world and to spice it up, it is also the longest handwritten constitution including various articles, schedules and amendments. Given the length of the docum

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Entry of Jio took the oligopoly telecom market by storm. It was something that was no other players in the market were expecting. Is the effect of transformation of technology where life has become digital and internet on phone is a sine qua non. Fre

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Indian constitution being the most unique and the longest written constitution in the world, originally had 395 articles which are further divided into 22 parts and 8 schedules. As a result of various amendments over time, at present, our constitutio

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Holiday Law - Before Brexit

  Navin Kumar Jaggi    04 August 2018 at 14:41

Holiday Law - Before BrexitIntroductionThe Holiday Law regime is an area of Law which was recognized and codified much later in time. Till as late as 1993, the package holiday cases were not supervised by any statute and the relationship between a cl

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A bunch of petitions was filed in the Supreme Court challenging adultery law calling it anti-men. Hearing the petitioners, the Supreme Court has observed that the IPC Section 497 is actually anti-women. The Supreme Court has said that the adultery re

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Female Genital Mutilation comprises of all procedures that involve partial or total removal of the external female genitalia, for non-medical reasons. The practice is mostly carried out by traditional circumcisers. FGM can lead to severe bleeding, pa

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In a landmark judgment with far reaching consequences which shall always be a trendsetter in the time to come, the Bombay High Court in Neelam Choudhary V/s 1. Union of India 2. State of Maharashtra 3. Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, through

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The Central Government has recently promulgated an ordinance amending the sentencing stipulated for the rape of a woman provided for in IPC; and qua the ordinance, the following punishment scheme has been brought into effect: 1. For rape of women abo

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