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India buries 26/11 without justice or honour

  Guest   24 November 2011 at 10:58

It is often said that countries which do not remember the past, do not have a future. We Indians tend to gloss over the past, both internally and externally, in the relentless hope for a brighter and prosperous future. After the 17th SAARC summi ..

Posted in Others |   1255 Views

Bail is the rule, jail an exception, observes SC

  Guest   24 November 2011 at 10:58

Maintaining that bail is the rule and jail an exception, the Supreme Court on Wednesday said both seriousness of the charge and severity of punishment should be taken into account while determining bail. "Deprivation of liberty must be consid ..

Posted in Criminal Law  5 comments |   4152 Views

Expect more transparent pension policies

  Guest   19 November 2011 at 12:33

The new Insurance and Regulatory Development Authority's (IRDA) regulations on pension plans have kept the need of the guarantee intact, but aim at encouraging insurance companies to launch more unit-linked pension plans (ULPPs). While the gua ..

Posted in Labour & Service Law |   2546 Views

The elite's on trial

  Guest   19 November 2011 at 11:58

Some of the lines from the recent 2G judgement denying bail to Kanimozhi and others are telling. Kanimozhi belongs to the upper echelons of society and is also an MP, wrote trial court judge OP Saini, By no stretch of imagina ..

Posted in Criminal Law |   1398 Views

Strategies of Accomplishing Competitiveness in the era of Competition

  Guest   08 November 2011 at 15:00

A competitive world offers two possibilities. You can lose. Or, if you want to win, you can change. Gone are those days when the producers decided what to produce and then induced the consumers to buy it by the way of advertisements, ..

Posted in Others  1 comments |   1928 Views

The Battle Against Corruption has to Start from Self

  Guest   15 October 2011 at 12:47

Meaningless shouting, sloganeering and protesting are futile efforts to express dissent. Today's youth is a beautiful concoction of good, creative minds with great insights. So why not choose creative means of expression as the key mantra? Whi ..

Posted in Others  4 comments |   2385 Views

Patent Linkage in India- Present and Future

  Guest   29 April 2011 at 16:10

By Natasha Bali This article proposes to analyze the current status of patent linkage in India, in light of the Honble Delhi High Court and Supreme Courts judgment in the case of Bayer Corporation and Others v Cipla, Union of India ..

Posted in Intellectual Property Rights |   6707 Views

Cognizance A Birds Eye View

  Guest   15 November 2010 at 21:03

COGNIZANCE A BIRD'S EYE VIEW by The Hon'ble Mr. Justice R.Regupathi, Judge, High Court, Madras. Though the word 'cognizance' (rooting from Old French "conoisance", based on Latin "cognoscere") or the wor ..

Posted in Criminal Law  2 comments |   5371 Views