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SEBI - an understanding

  Member (Account Deleted)    26 May 2009 at 17:33

SEBI – an understanding: The clause 45B of section 2 of the Companies Act, 1956 defines the word “Securities and Exchange Board of India” mean the Securities and Exchange Board of India established under section 3 of t

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Q1.Tell me something about the career of company secretary?A1.The use of the word secretary in the name of this specialisation is a bit misleading for one who is new to the concept. A Company Secretary has nothing to do with regular secretarial work.

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Welfare statutes

  Swami Sadashiva Brahmendra Sar    26 May 2009 at 10:38

Semantic luxuries are misplaced in the interpretation of 'bread and butter' statutes. Welfare statutes must, of necessity, receive a broad interpretation. Where legislation is designed to give relief against certain kinds of mischief, the Court is n

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On a plain reading of Arts. 235 and 309 of the Constitution, it is clear that the power to frame rules regarding seniority of officers in the judicial service of the State is vested in the Governor and not in the High Court. Article 235 itself define

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The Courts should ordinarily insist on the parties being confined to their specific written pleadings and should not be permitted to deviate from them by way of modification or supplementation except through the well-known process of formally applyin

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Juvenile Justice Act In India

  G. ARAVINTHAN    26 May 2009 at 10:38

Juvenile Justice in IndiaIt was stated that as long as children are allowed to suffer there is no true love in the world. The minors were exempted from the punishments and the fines because there had to be a difference in the level of understanding

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Juvenile Justice in U.K

  G. ARAVINTHAN    26 May 2009 at 10:37

We should not be surprised if ‘the penalties are tougher when we have been given the opportunities but don’t take them.’-Prime Minister Tony Blair The UN Convention on the Rights if the Child stipulates that children should be prote

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Procedure in case of orphaned and abandoned children:The Specialized Adoption Agencies shall produce all orphaned and abandoned children who are to be declared legally free for adoption before the Committee within 24 hours of receiving such children

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Procedure in case of orphaned and abandoned children:The Specialized Adoption Agencies shall produce all orphaned and abandoned children who are to be declared legally free for adoption before the Committee within 24 hours of receiving such children

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A foreign Court is defined as a court situate outside India and not established or continued by the authority of the Central Government. And a Foreign Judgment means a judgment of a foreign court. . In other words, a foreign judgment means adjudicat

Posted in Constitutional Law  0 comments |   1285 Views



How to combat Noise Pollution?

  G. ARAVINTHAN    25 May 2009 at 10:47

Man is a social animal; he needs comfort in every sense. People are not able to enjoy their lives completely because of the depletion in the environment and this happens because of the hostility between man and environment. Due to the advancement of

Posted in Constitutional Law  0 comments |   1878 Views




According to Section 2(1) (a) of the Act, legal aid can be provided to a person for a 'case' which includes a suit or any proceeding before a court. Section 2(1) (a) defines the 'court' as a civil, criminal or revenue court and includes any tribunal

Posted in Constitutional Law  0 comments |   1915 Views



Freedom of PRESS

  G. ARAVINTHAN    25 May 2009 at 10:47

Freedom of press has always been a cherished right in all democracies . "Growth and development of representative democracy is so much intertwined with growth of press that the press has come to be recognized as an institutional limb of modern

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PRESS FREEDOM in INDIA

  G. ARAVINTHAN    25 May 2009 at 10:47

Freedom of press or rather the lack of it as an issue has gained importance in the last 2- 3 years . Some of the recent incidents which has brought the issue to the forefront are as follows:Spearheading the list is the Tehelka episode where the news

Posted in Constitutional Law  0 comments |   3193 Views



Registration of Documents

  G. ARAVINTHAN    25 May 2009 at 10:47

There are several documents which are not compulsorily registerable under Section 17 of the Registration Act.. Some of them require high stamp duty under the Karnataka Stamp Act and some of them do not. Even the ones which require high stamp duty, i

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The Parliament enacted Electricity Act, 2003. In exercise of its jurisdiction conferred by Section 178 of the said Act, the Central Electricity Regulatory Commission (for short, "CERC") made Central Electricity Regulatory Commission (Proced

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Some authorities on Indian Constitutional Law are of the view that in a case of death sentence, the Governor has no power of pardon but he can remit, suspend or commute the death sentence . Some other would say that the Governor has no power at all

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For summoning an additional accused an order under Section 319 of the Criminal Procedure Code should not be passed only because the first informant or one of the witnesses seeks to implicate other person(s). Sufficient and cogent reasons are required

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Whether Limitation Act is applicable to special Acts, when its application is not expressly excluded, is the subject matter of discussion in this article. By judgment delivered in Commissioner of Customs, Central Excise, Noida v. Punjab Fibres Ltd.

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With the enactment of the Information Technology Act 2000 the electronic document have got legal recognition. The ever increasing use of ‘Electronic Voting Machines’ in the elections to record, process and store the votes cast to record t

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