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N.K.Assumi   28 October 2008 at 07:37

Era of Coliation in Indian Democracy its effect.

The era of coalition in Indian Democracy has weaken the Indian foreign policy,and has also affected India in emerging as Leader in the Region. Please comment.

N.K.Assumi   25 October 2008 at 13:13

Forum for appeal against the decision of NHRC:

What will be the appeal forum against the decision of the National Human rights Commission? Supreme Court?

Associate R   24 October 2008 at 15:23

Advocates Act

One of my friend Advocate is registered with the Allahabad Bar Council (UP) but recently shifted to Mumbai. His registration is not so far transferred from that state to Bombay Bar Council. I want to know whether he can sign on any documents/legal documents i.e. Affidavit, power of Attorney, etc. made and executed in Mumbai.

Vishesh   24 October 2008 at 08:22

7 criminal law ammendment act.

an F.I.R. was lodged u/s 419/420/467/468/469/471 I.P.C. and 7 criminal law ammendment act. Here what is meant by 7 criminal law ammendment act?

V.G.Rao Advocate   23 October 2008 at 20:54

law of limitation

Hi every body, I want know what is the period of limitation to file a mortagage suit.

Legal_Query   22 October 2008 at 18:42

Change of DOB in passport

Dear Sir,

I want to know what is the process of correcting/ changing the DOB in the passport and what is procedure to file application before the JMFC for securing the order for change of DOB.
pls reply as soon as possible

thnks & rgds

V.G.Rao Advocate   22 October 2008 at 15:58

Evidence Act

Hi every body,
I want to know whether the video film or clippings from mobile telephone as well as handy cam video evidence can be relied on as per evidence act, is the same is admissible in evidence as primary evidence.

N.K.Assumi   22 October 2008 at 10:09

Is India a poor Country? See prime Minister's demand:

Centre to pump in Rs 105.6 k cr more
Tue, Oct 21 02:52 AM
The government on Monday sought Rs 1,05,613.38 crore extra funds in its biggest ever supplementary demand for grants tabled in the Lok Sabha on Monday. These funds under the first batch of supplementary demands for 2008-09, will be used to provide fertiliser and food subsidies, oil bonds, increase in salaries of civil servants, among others. The supplementary pegs the government's gross additional expenditure at Rs 2,37,285.84 crore for the remaining fiscal, while the Budget 2008-09 in February has estimated the entire year expenses at Rs 7,50,883.53 crore.
The financial contribution of various ministries in the form of savings and receipts are expected at Rs 1,31,672.29 crore, resulting in a net cash outgo of Rs 1,05,613 crore. The fertiliser sector will get the biggest subsidy amount of Rs 38865.56 crore. Another Rs 65,942 crore are being raised issue of bonds to oil market companies for meeting their under recoveries on account of sale of petroleum products below market prices.
The government will credit Rs 15,000 crore in the Farmers Debt Relief Fund. The first installment of Rs 25,000 of the farm loan waiver has already been released to the banks from the Public Accounts of India. Thus the net cash outgo on account of the farm loan waiver will be only Rs 15,000 crore, the supplementary said.
Rs 10,500 crore has been demanded for expenses on the National Rural Employment Guarantee scheme. The government will also pay Rs 2912.67 to the International Monetary Fund as capital payment for increase in India's quota at the institution. The government sought Rs 4,064 crore for foodgrain subsidy to the Food Corporation of India and another Rs 1000 crore for subsidies on imported edible oils.
The demand could result in bigger borrowings, putting pressure on the government finances, analysts say. The finance ministry further sought the parliament's approval for restructuring capital of state-run Punjab & Sind Bank and UCO Bank. The supplementary demand for grants showed that the government plans to convert Rs 250 crore of UCO's equity into perpetual non-cumulative shares. It also plans to convert Rs 560 crore of equity in PSB into similar debt instruments - Rs 160 crore equity into innovative perpetutal debt under Tier-I, Rs 200 crore in perpetutal non-cumulative preference shares under Tier-I and another Rs 200 crore into perpetutal cumulative preference shares under Tier-II Capital. As restructuring of equity capital is involved in both cases and there is no cash outgo, the report said. The ministry demanded Rs 1,165 crore the department of disinvestment to reallocate funds to LIC Mutual Funds Assets Management, SBI India Funds Management Pvt Ltd and UTI Asset Management Company Pvt Ltd.
Another Rs 500 crore were sought for Social Security Fund of the LIC for providing 50% government share of premium under Janshree Bima Yojana. Some of the spending such as subsidies and farm debt waivers were provided in the budget in February, but the expenditure bill has gone up on some heads like fertiliser and food subsidies. The government is also under

pressure to woo voters ahead of local polls in some states and national election due by May next year.
All bank deposits are safe, nothing to fear: PM
Mon, Oct 20 05:07 PM
India's economic growth may decelerate to 7.5 per cent in 2008/09, as the country experienced 'ripple effects' of the global financial crisis and liquidity crunch, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh said on Monday.
"The financial crisis is likely to have an indirect impact on the Indian economy," he said in a statement to lawmakers in Parliament. "We must be prepared for a temporary slowdown in the Indian economy."
"RBI and the government are carefully monitoring flow of credit and will ensure additional liquidity results in actual credit," the PM said.
The Prime Minister assured t

Legal Fighter   22 October 2008 at 02:24

Good Consumer Forum Counsel

Hi All,

I need a good state consumer forum counsel in Bangalore for filing an execution petition. Can you please provide me the contact details for the same.

Thanks & Regards,

Bharat Gala   20 October 2008 at 22:23


One of our member was a guarantor and mortgage his Flat to Bank in Mumbai. Due to his ill health he died few years back. His family was not staying with him at the time of death. The said Bank under SERFAESI ACT 2002, took the physical possession with a simple letter to the Society not to transfer the shares of the said Flat. Meanwhile Bank for recovery of their dues sold/auction the flat to the buyer without informing the society nor taking prior NOC from the society.Due to the death of the member there were outstanding maintenance charges to be paid to the society. No information is gvien by the Bank with regards to sale of this Flat. The Purchaser informed the society that he has purchased the Flat from the Bank and he has given on L.L. without taking NOC from the society.
My Question is what is the procedure to take action against Bank for not taking NOC from the society to sale the Flat? Can society take action to recover the outstanding dues of this Flat ? Can Society refuse the purchaser to take him as member? Can society ask the purchaser to make the payment of outstanding dues of the society? Can he give his Flat on L.L. without obtaing NOC from the Society?Can he sale his Flat without transfering to his name directly to third party ? if he does what remeady available to the Society?