NBFC-Investment Company

  Shweta Gupta    28 December 2018 at 12:17

An Investment Company (IC) is a financial institution which carries on its principal business of acquisition of securities. More [particularly, an investment company is a non-banking finance company (NBFC) which primarily deals with acquisition of se

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Animal abuse is a very sensitive issue which needs to be dealt with, yet the people who commit cruelt

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INDIAN JUDICIARY: NEED FOR DEVELOPMENT -By Mehak Rai Sethi�Law and Order exist for the purpose of establishing Justice and when they fail

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Making Cross examination Effective

  K Rajasekharan    27 December 2018 at 15:07

What the cross examination isCross examination is the examination of a witness in a legal proceeding by the adverse party.It takes place after examination-in-chief: the examination of a witness by the party who calls him. Cross examination is followe

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Despite regular disruptions, the Lok Sabha passed the Surrogacy (Regulation) Bill, 2016, which bans commercial surrogacy in India.This culminates a process which began in 2009 when in its 229th Report, the Law Commission of India submitted a recommen

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What is happening in West UP? Who is safe in West UP when police officers are themselves not safe here and can be murdered so openly and brazenly by criminals as we saw for ourselves just recently in Bulandshahr? Why is no one really bothered to addr

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The Rajya Sabha or the Council of States, according to Article 80 of the Indian Constitution, should comprise of �representatives of the state�. The Oxford dictionary meaning of the word representative is �a person chosen or appoint

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Section 3 of the Competition Act, 2002 deals with anti-competitive agreement between competitors. Section 3(1) disallows anti-competitive agreement between parties and the same is declared void under Section 3(2). Section 3(3) talks about horizontal

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Right to privacy is one of the most debatable topics, which had flooded the newspaper and social media and still is one of the major developments by Indian Judiciary. To understand the crux and importance of privacy one needs to be acquainted with th

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Desertion As A Ground Of Divorce

  Navin Kumar Jaggi    24 December 2018 at 13:36

In laymen words, desertion merely means run away. Desertion means not to withdraw from a place but to withdraw from a state of things. It doesn�t mean to merely desert, as its literal meaning, but to leave from the society of the spouse. Even i

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In the previous article, Section 3 of the Competition Act which has provisions for anti-competitive agreements and how such agreements can be rendered as void is covered. In this Part, Section 4 of the Competition Act has been covered to show how var

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DNA & Indian Legal System

  Navin Kumar Jaggi    24 December 2018 at 13:36

The DNA Fingerprinting technology is one of the foremost and most sought technologies used in developed nations for identification of culprits through their respective unique DNA patterns. DNA as an evidence is key to justice delivery system in India

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In the historic judgement, Supreme Court on 6th September, 2018 scrapped the controversial Section 377 of Indian Penal Code, 1860, a 158-year-old colonial law on consensual homosexual sex. The Supreme Court reversed its own decision laid down on Febr

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At the outset, it has be said with deep dismay, dejection and disappointment that Centre has repeatedly poured cold water on the legitimate demand of the more than 9 crore people of West UP for a high court bench in West UP which lawyers of 26 distri

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Before the enactment of the Competition Act, 2002, the arena of Competition Law was governed by the Monopolistic and Restrictive Trade Practice Act, 1969, during the post-independence period. It had become obsolete after a period of time and also, th

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First and foremost, the latest landmark and laudable judgment delivered by the Delhi High Court in Shambhir & Ors v State in CRLA 152/1996 along with others on 28 November, 2018 upholding the conviction and punishment of over 80 rioters has broug

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Child Laws in India

  Navin Kumar Jaggi    20 December 2018 at 12:10

The Child Sexual Abuse has been a hidden problem in India. The Laws for the prevention of child abuse have strong provisions but weak implementation due to which these are largely ignored in public discourse. In Indian society, like most societies ac

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Legal Implications of #Metoo movement

  Navin Kumar Jaggi    20 December 2018 at 12:10

The world is currently witnessing a massive awakening with the #Metoo movement with India being at the top-most rank, as per the Report published by Google Trends. The #Metoo movement began as a hashtag on Twitter in 2017 and now India is having a #M

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Costs and Interest

  Navin Kumar Jaggi    20 December 2018 at 12:10

Chapter One: IntroductionThe concept of Interest has been discussed in Section 34 of the Code of Civil Procedure, which gives the court the discretion to grant interests on the principle sum in a money suit. The concept has multiple facets to it, lik

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SME IPO for NBFCs

  Shweta Gupta    20 December 2018 at 12:10

IPO Funding is a short-term loan that banks and other financial institutions provide to the investors to fund their Initial Public Offer (IPO) application. Investors who would like to apply for equity shares in an IPO, but do not have required money

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