Introduction:In Indian homes, the word "dowry" is quite pervasive and ubiquitous. It is a practise that has infected Indian society as a parasite and undermined the lovely institution of marriage. It is not a recent practise but has been pr ..
Introduction:The Constitution of India provides for a single citizenship for the whole of India. Every person who was at the commencement of the Constitution (26 January 1950) domiciled in the territory of India, and (a) who was born in India, or (b) ..
Introduction:Any criminal justice system that guarantees the accused the right to a fair trial must include bail as a vital component. To protect the fundamental right to liberty, the practise of issuing bail developed. No one’s personal freedo ..
Introduction:Nirmala Sitharaman, the finance minister, announced the establishment of 30 Skill India International Centers across several states to prepare young people for possibilities abroad when introducing the Union Budget 2023. To expand econom ..
Introduction:Nate Anderson, CFA, CAIA, established Hindenburg Research in 2016. According to the company's website, it specialises in forensic financial investigation. It further states that it has decades of experience in the investment manageme ..
Introduction:The archaic prison regulations in India are useless in the modern era and are frequently broken. The emphasis on the urgent necessity for reforming prison rules and their enforcement in the aforementioned Oscar Wilde remark is appropriat ..
Introduction:For the purpose of starting the lawsuit in the Civil/Commercial Courts, the plaint is filed. The rules of the Code will apply to any court hearing civil cases. The Court's dismissal of the complaint is addressed in Order VII of the C ..
Introduction:The Courts of Civil Judicature operate under the rules of the Code of Civil Procedure, 1908. A code is often a series of regulations that govern how a matter moves through the court system, as described by Section 2 (1) of the Code of Ci ..
Introduction:The common law system gave rise to the concept of admission, which is now part of both the criminal and civil branches of the Indian court system. Admissions help matters be resolved quickly and with the least amount of litigation. It gu ..
Introduction: The crime of disrespecting or being belligerent toward a court of law is known as contempt of court. Contempt of Court proceedings may be triggered by disrespecting judges or other legal representatives while in court or by defiantly di ..