To begin with, it needs no rocket scientist to conclude that the reprehensible practice of instant triple talaq is just a step away from becoming a punishable offence after the Lok Sabha on December 28 passed this historic Bill by voice vote. The Bil

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Coming straight to the crux of the matter, let me begin by first and foremost pointing out that the Uttarakhand High Court while hearing a case of inter-religion marriage in which a Muslim boy and a Hindu girl eloped to get married and the groom clai

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What if tomorrow morning, we wake up and don't find our self in this world! In an old Gujarati proverb it is well said that જર, જમીન, ને જોરૂ ત્રણે કજાયાના છોરૂ.When a person dies unwilled, then The Hindu Succession Act, 1956 applies for divi

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The Muslim Women (Protection of Rights on Marriage) Bill 2017 - popularly known as Triple Talaq Bill - introduced in Lok Sabha on 28th December 2017 and passed within four hours on the same day without it being referred to the subject committee of Lo

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IntroductionPresumption of certain facts:The legal proposition in context of presumption of service by registered post can be found under Section 114 of the Indian Evidence Act. The provision envisages the law regarding presumption of certain facts.

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In a recent Judgment delivered on 15th December 2017 in a matter between Macquaire Bank Limited (Singapore) and Shilpi Cable Technologies Ltd., reported as 2017 SCC Online SC 1493, Supreme Court of India reversed the Judgment of National Company Law

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Coming straight to the core point, let me begin first and foremost by disclosing here that the government is contemplating to increase the jail term for deaths caused by drunk drivers to seven years and may frame rules for lifetime payment of third p

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'There may be times when we are powerless to prevent injustice, but there must never be a time when we fail to protest.' The recent judgment of the Trial Court in the matter of 2G scam denotes yet another failure of the conscience and conscio

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Mutual Divorce is the kind of divorce sought and obtained from the family court by filing a joint petition by both parties in a marriage on the basis of mutual consent. It is the quickest form of divorce for an irreparably broken marriage. Divorce is

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In a landmark decision with far reaching consequences, the Union Cabinet on December 15, 2017 cleared the much-awaited National Medical Commission (NMC) Bill, 2017 to usher in landmark reforms in the medical education field. It thus puts to rest th

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INTRODUCTIONIn this recent case, titled Prateek Gupta v. Shilpi Gupta & ors the Supreme Court has passed an important judgment wherein custody of child initially residing in the

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Short Summary:In this Flash editorial, the author begins by referring the provisions of section 252 read with provisions of Section 164(2) of Companies Act, 2013 relating to Revival of Companies Struck off from the record of the Registrar and Removal

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Why Should Adultery Be Treated As Crime?

  Sanjeev Sirohi    27 December 2017 at 13:56

It is most astonishing to see that the colonial era law of adultery made in Britishers era is still flourishing with no real change being made in it. Many feel that women should also be punished as now she too stands on par with women, gets educated

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For the payment of Gratuity; In computing 240/190 days, as the case may be, in last year of service, the number of holidays whether Sundays or public holidays on which the establishment itself was closed and the employee did not actually work, shoul

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The Doctrinaire Trident Testing Constitutionality of the laws[1]-Prof. Dr. Mohan R Bolla[2]INTRODUCTIONThe word�doctrine�has been derived from the Greek word �doxa.� It is understood as �opinion.�Originally, doctri

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In normal circumstances courts, do not alter any contract because parties have the supremacy to decide the provisions of a contract, however fair or unfair it may be. But many a times interpretation of arbitration clauses have been a challenge to the

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{A} Even in absence of statutory rules, administrative instructions or guidelines, an employee can claim interest under Part III of the Constitution relying on Articles 14, 19 and 21 of the Constitution of India. �The man who lies to himself an

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The Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code, 2016, is one of the newest entries to the legal framework of the country. This code has been a much awaited introduction to the financial laws in India and it aims at protecting the interests of small investors an

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In a landmark decision which shall have far reaching consequences in ending the inordinate delay in the prosecution of politicians in criminal cases, the Centre has decided to set up special courts to deal exclusively with cases against 1,581 MPs and

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Let me start by wishing my countrymen the very best wishes on this day that is 26th November on which day our Constitution was prepared after years of relentless toil. This alone explains why 26th November is celebrated as �Law Day� and

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