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LLB College Notes for Students: 1st Year Torts: Introduction and Definitions

  Umamageswari Maruthappan    23 September 2021 at 17:47

Definitions of TortIntroductionLaw is generally divided into public and private laws. While public laws regulate the conduct of states, private laws aim at regulating the behavior of individuals. Sir Pit Cobbet said, “Private law is the body of ..

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National Judicial Infrastructure Corporation: A Much Needed Set Up To Bring Uniformity And Standardization To Revolutionize The Country's Judicial Infrastructure

  Umamageswari Maruthappan    22 September 2021 at 11:40

Key Takeaways ● The Indian judiciary is the most important organ of the country that acts as the guardian of safeguarding the rights of the citizens. ● However, the environment of our judiciary is not effective enough to serve its purposes. A number ..

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Handling Beyond Women's Cases, They Proved To Be Iconic Mainstream Justices: Role Of Female Judges In The Indian Judiciary

  Umamageswari Maruthappan    03 September 2021 at 17:26

KEY TAKEAWAYS The Indian Constitution guarantees gender equality under its various Articles, yet the main lawmaking body, that is the Judiciary, has a considerably low number of women as against men. The main reason for their underrepresentation is t ..

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Section 324 IPC: A Component That Criminalises Deliberate Infliction Of Injuries

  Umamageswari Maruthappan    19 August 2021 at 17:48

KEY TAKEAWAYS The Indian Penal Code is the most comprehensive law dealing with the different offences and their punishments. It covers a wide range of offences, from murder to petty crimes. One of the offences is causing hurt by one person to another ..

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Constitutional Amendments And Their Impact On The Reservation System

  Umamageswari Maruthappan    13 August 2021 at 16:53

KEY TAKEAWAYS The Constitution of India is the most important source of Law India. The power of the Parliament to amend the Constitution makes it clear that our Constitution has been drafted in such a way as to make it compatible with the changing so ..

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An Overview Of The Status Of Religious Conversion Laws In India

  Umamageswari Maruthappan    07 August 2021 at 18:32

KEY TAKEAWAYS Right to Freedom of Religion is a Fundamental Right provided under Article 25 of the Indian Constitution. This right also includes the right to propagate a religion, that would also include the willful conversion from one religion to an ..

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The Need Of Police Reforms In India In Light Of The Padmanabhaiah Committee Recommendations

  Umamageswari Maruthappan    07 August 2021 at 18:32

KEY TAKEAWAYS The police force is an important part of the legal system in India. Their primary duty is to maintain the law and order in every state There are a number of laws enacted by the Government for the administration of the police system. The ..

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Future Retail Ltd Vs Amazon: A Long Legal Battle Explained

  Umamageswari Maruthappan    06 August 2021 at 19:13

KEY TAKEAWAYS The Arbitration and Conciliation Act of 1996 is the chief law governing the principles of arbitration and conciliation in India. Some of the provisions within the act have ambiguous meanings due to which Courts are passing different opi ..

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Critical Analysis On The Role Of Courts In Interpreting Matters Concerning Rape Charges

  Umamageswari Maruthappan    03 August 2021 at 16:01

KEY TAKEAWAYS Crimes are on a rise due to the prevailing conditions in the society despite the various progressive laws. Rape is one of such crime that affects women gravely, but has also not left innocent men from its clenches. While mostly Courts h ..

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The Plight Of Beggers And Homeless During The Pandemic: What Has The Government Done So Far

  Umamageswari Maruthappan    31 July 2021 at 09:45

KEY TAKEAWAYS Begging is a cause and consequence of social and economic backwardness which is the chief reason and result of poverty. The practice of begging is criminalised under the Indian law in general, with some exceptions. This has led to haras ..

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