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THE TRIAL OF RAMA KOMATHI-1720

  Prakash Yedhula   11 April 2009 at 11:38

THE TRIAL OF RAMA KOMATHI-1720 Malice in Blunderland Rama Komathi's case is the earliest of "Notable Trials" in the annals of British law courts in Bombay, of which a fairly detailed account has come down to us. This case was tried in what might be ..


Posted in Criminal Law  1 comments |   6190 Views


MARRIAGE LAW REFORMS

  Prakash Yedhula   12 February 2009 at 00:08

As part of the continuing judicial reforms process in the country , necessary amendments were effected in the Personal Law Reforms during the Monsoon Session of Parliament in July this year.The Acts which came under the purview of the Amendments inc ..


Posted in Family Law  2 comments |   5229 Views


Classification of goods and services under Trade Marks Act

  Prakash Yedhula   09 February 2009 at 13:26

THE FOURTH SCHEDULE TO TRADE MARKS RULES, 2002Classification of goods and services – Name of the classes(Parts of an article or apparatus are, in general, classified with the actual article or apparatus, except where such parts constitute art ..


Posted in Intellectual Property Rights |   4228 Views


Test identification Parade

  Prakash Yedhula   06 February 2009 at 01:56

1. TEST IDENTIFICATION PARADEIntroduction:The term 'Identification' means proving or fixing before the court that a person, article or animal is the very same that he- or it is alleged, charged or reputed to be. The term used in police investigation ..


Posted in Criminal Law |   30586 Views


Constitutional Provisions in the Appointment of Supreme Court Judges

  Prakash Yedhula   06 February 2009 at 00:24

Supreme Court of India Constitutional provisions: Article 124. (1) There shall be a Supreme Court of India consisting of a Chief Justice of India and, until Parliament by law prescribes a larger number, of not more than Seven* other Judges. (2) ..


Posted in Constitutional Law |   1855 Views


Constitutional procedure for appointment of Judges in the High Courts

  Prakash Yedhula   06 February 2009 at 00:24

High Courts:Constitutional provisions: Article 217 (1) Every Judge of a High Court shall be appointed by the President by warrant under his hand and seal after consultation with the Chief Justice of India, the Governor of the State, and, in the ca ..


Posted in Constitutional Law |   5075 Views


Permanent Benches of the High Courts

  Prakash Yedhula   06 February 2009 at 00:24

Permanent Benches of the High Courts: Sl. No. High Court Principal Seat Jurisdiction Permanent Bench and Date from which the Bench beg ..


Posted in Constitutional Law |   1639 Views


GOI INSTRUCTIONS REGARDING PREVENTION OF SEXUAL HARASSMENT OF WORKING WOMEN

  Prakash Yedhula   25 January 2009 at 00:26

 GOI’S INSTRUCTIONS REGARDING PREVENTION OF SEXUAL HARASSMENT OF WORKING WOMEN ***Supreme Court judgment in the case of Vishaka Vs. State of Rajasthan regarding sexual harassment of working women. In the case of Vishaka and Ors Vs. State of Rajasthan ..


Posted in Labour & Service Law |   4716 Views


An Overview of the Indian Justice Delivery Mechanism

  Prakash Yedhula   24 January 2009 at 13:18

International Conference of the Presidents of the Supreme Courts of the WorldAbu Dhabi, March 23-24, 2008 An Overview of the Indian Justice Delivery Mechanism K.G Balakrishnan Chief Justice of India India, being a common law country, derives most of ..


Posted in Constitutional Law |   7427 Views


Sexual Harassment at the Workplace: Implement the Guidelines

  Prakash Yedhula   21 January 2009 at 12:54

In 1997, the Supreme Court (SC) took upon itself the task of framing the Vishaka Guidelines. The idea was to evolve an alternative mechanism to fulfill the urgent social need to protect working women from sexual harassment. These guidelines were dec ..


Posted in Labour & Service Law |   5200 Views