�It is a happy moment for not just me but for Muslim society as a whole. We have been freed of an evil custom. Generations of women have suffered due to instant triple talaq. They have been thrown out of their house overnight and made to go thr

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Supreme Court of India Judgments:Indore Devlopment Authority Vs Shailendra [IDA 2018]PMC Vs Harakchand [PMC2014]DMRC Vs Tarun Pal Singh [DMRC2019]DDA Vs Bahri [DDA2019] An Analysis of how the interpretations are made of section 24 of Right to Fair Co

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An autopsy examination is a scientific and systematic study of a dead body. Although it provides valuable information as regards the exact aetiology, pathogenesis, and diagnosis of diseases, and cause and mann

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In forensic work, photographs and drawings are indispensable. They give more information than several pages of the text. When inserted in autopsy protocol they provide an objective record and

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Supreme Court on Adverse Possession

  R.S.Agrawal    21 August 2019 at 15:38

A 3-judge bench of the Supreme Court, consisting of Justice Arun Mishra, Justice S. Abdul Nazeer and Justice M.R.Shah, in the judgment of the case- Ravinder Kaur Grewal & Others v. Manjit Kaur & others and two other cases delivered on August

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It is most refreshing to note that in a latest, landmark and laudable judgment titled Amir Hamza Shaikh & Ors Vs State of Maharashtra & Anr in Criminal Appeal No. 1217 of 2019 (Arising out of SLP (Criminal) No. 3202 of 2019) delivered most re

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The battered baby syndrome

  Navin Kumar Jaggi    21 August 2019 at 15:38

The battered baby syndrome is a term used to define a clinical condition in young children usually under three years of age, who have received non-accidental violence or injury on one or more occasions, at the hands of an ad

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Drug abuse deaths

  Navin Kumar Jaggi    21 August 2019 at 15:38

Drug abuse is defined as the use of drugs, either narcotic or non-narcotic, to affect the mind and body for no sound medical or scientific reason. A characteristic of their use is addiction. It is produced by repeated consumption of

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Ubi jus ibi remedium means 'where there is a right there is a remedy'� clearly justifies the essence of the intention of the legislature. In recent days, people use their right as a weapon to get their mal

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How to seek bail in false rape cases

  Harshit Gupta    21 August 2019 at 15:38

GROUNDS TO SEEK BAIL IN FALSE CASES UNDER POCSO Recently on 24 th of July, 2019 Rajya Sabha passed the Protection of Children from Sexual Offences Bill, 2019. This bill provides more stringent punishment to the offenders such as death penalty. By int

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What is Anticipatory Bail? Relevant Provision : Section 438 of Cr.P.C.)What does the word anticipatory bail not mean is to be understood first to understand the whole concept of Anticipatory bail. Anticipatory bail does not mean that bail be granted

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India achieved independence in year 1947, then what else independence of women we are thinking about? It's about a change that took precedence over existing. A change that set benchmark across the world, by crafting the biggest constitution by the fa

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In some cases, at the stage of appointment of Arbitrator under S.11 of the Arbitration and Conciliation Act,1996 (The Act) or reference to Arbitration under S.8 of the Act, the Court may conclude that the underlying contract is void. In such cases, t

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The Law of winding up under IBC

  Shailesh Thakore    13 August 2019 at 15:50

Insolvency for companies was dealt with under a number of pieces of legislation including the Companies Act, 2013 (the �Companies Act�); the Sick Industrial Companies Act, 1985 (the �SICA�), the Recovery of Debt Due to Banks a

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Introduction:Your retirement years are often referred to as the golden years. After working hard for decades, it is your time to sit back and relax. People plan their retirement life with alacrity and with good reason. It is the time to catch up on a

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Evolution of Article 370: Two months after India got its independence; on 20th October 1947, the princely state of Kashmir was attacked by an army of tribesmen and Pakistani irregulars. This emergency situation demanded retaliation and the ruler of K

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Form BEN-2 (Return to the Registrar in respect of declaration under Section 90) notified vide the Companies (Significant Beneficial Owners) second Amendment Rules, 2019 dated 1st July 2019 is now available for filing purposes on www.mca.gov.in .This

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In the instant article I would like to discuss the latest amendments made by Central Government by Act no 44 of 2016 in the section 17 of the Securitization Act 200

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THE PATENT SYSTEMThe patent is a reward or an inducement that the State grants the inventor for his contribution to the solution of a problem in technology or industry. It is an arrangeme

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