An approach of Supreme Court in Accident Cases

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“LAW CAN NEVER BE ENFORCED UNLESS FEAR SUPPORTS THEM”’AN APPROACH OF SUPREME COURT IN ACCIDENT CASES K.Maheswari, APP , MYD The Supreme Court has recently animadverted about the rapid growth in accident cases vice versa inadequacy of penal system in our country. This is not the first occasion to hike up the present issue; the… Read more »

LEGAL ETHICS

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Malik Mubashir The word ethics is derived from the Greek word ethos (character), and from the Latin word mores (customs). Together they combine to define how individuals choose to interact with one another. In philosophy, ethics defines what is good for the individual and for society and establishes the nature of duties that people owe… Read more »

“Abuse Of Dominant Position By Government Enterprise In India”

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  AARTI SAHU ABSTRACT The ­­project is concentrated towards abuse of dominant position.by government enterprise in India due to inefficient laws of Competition Commission of India. Begging of the paper researcher will introduce the Competition Act, 2002 then the concept of Abuse of Dominance Position. Competition Act clearly states that use of unfair and discriminatory… Read more »

Consumer is the king : Consumer Court

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–       Sarvesh Pannalal Giri Introduction: – Initially, considering the archaic methods of exchange of products, goods or articles was by way of bartar system and this system was into existence before the advent of coins in the market which could be the way of buying the articles. But now it has changed over the time… Read more »

10 legal tips for startups

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1.​ Choosing the right legal structure for your startup Choosing an appropriate legal structure is one of the most crucial decisions for any startup. The decision should be taken based on individual circumstances and a host of factors such as nature/sector of business operation, business trajectory, regulatory and tax considerations, costs of formation and ongoing administration,… Read more »

Materiality and Judicial Rulings

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Mandar D Rane In terms of Regulation 30 of SEBI (Listing Obligations and Disclosures Requirements) Regulations, 2015 mandates every listed entity shall frame policy for determination of materiality based on criteria specified and it shall be approved by Board of Directors of the Company and also be disclosed on Company’s website The question of materiality,… Read more »

Different Facets of religion as a evil via the Prism of Indian Subcontinent vis-à-vis the solutions to tackle the evil.

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Theme: Religion-the root of all Evil. Topic: Different Facets of religion as a evil via the Prism of Indian Subcontinent vis-à-vis the solutions to tackle the evil.   Introduction to the idea of religion. A typical hold back sung in the twenty–first century is that religion is the underlying driver of the considerable barbarities of… Read more »

AFSPA : a delusion or a dilemma?

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BY- Hardi Himanshu Goradia NOTE: – By expressing my views about the following topic, neither am I commenting against the Government nor the provisions enacted by the Legislature. The content posted is purely for the public views and any rash comments would not be appreciated. Even before I begin with this rather heated topic, I’d… Read more »

Administrative Law In India

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The basic principles of natural justice and fair play were followed by the kings and officers in the name of dharma, which was a word with a scope wider than “rule of law” or “due process of law”. This shows that administrative law was in existence in India even in ancient times. Under the Mauryas… Read more »

Doctrine of ‘Per Incuriam’: Critical Analysis based on Precedents

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Meaning: According to the Black’s Law Dictionary (Fourth Edition, 1891) per incuriam means through inadvertence. The word ‘incuria’ literally means ‘carelessness’.1 The purport of the doctrine of per incuriam is that, a decision should be treated as given per incuriam when it is given in ignorance of the terms of a statute, or of a… Read more »