Corporate Social Responsibility

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INTRODUCTION What goes around comes around. Everything is connected to everything else. A man will receive only the yield which he deserves a fruit of his snow. This is how the virtue of responsibility drives one to do what is not harmful to another. A good citizen has the duty to return what he gets… Read more »

Doctrine of Equitable Set-Off: Critical Analysis

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Doctrine of Equitable Set-Off

Introduction: Set-Off- Meaning and Characteristics: According to the Black’s Law Dictionary (Seventh Edition, 1999), a set-off is nothing but a debtor’s right to reduce the amount of a debt by any sum the creditor owes the debtor. In the case of, Union of India v. Karam Chand Thapar and Bros (Coal Sales) Ltd and Ors,… Read more »


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Anukriti Ladrecha Introduction The introduction of unified gods and services tax (GST) across the nation is the most important indirect tax reform since independence. It has taken almost 16 years from the date of inception of idea, formation of task force, to passage in Parliament. It represents a Herculean, nationwide, multi-party consensus- building exercise which… Read more »

Issue of Homosexuality : Looking up to the Apex Court…

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Looking up to the Apex Court… The issue of Homosexuality has attained the spotlight once again, and the people of India are certainly looking to this temple of Justice to uphold the sacrosanct moral values of our cherished motherland. By the way, for quite some time we are referring to section 377 of the Indian… Read more »

An Overview Of The CCI’s Decision in the Radio Taxi Services Market

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Tanvi Kini Symbiosis Law School, Pune Background Over the past few years, there has been a sudden surge in radio taxi services market wherein Ola, Uber, Taxi for Sure etc. operate. The options for varied modes of transport poses as a threat to auto-rickshaws, taxi drivers and other transportation service providers in India. An exponential… Read more »

Rights of the Arrested Decoded

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Pratheek Maddhi Reddy Article 21 of the Indian constitution says, “No person shall be deprived of life or personal liberty except according to procedure established by law”. ‘Liberty’, succinctly, in its absolute sense, is the faculty of willing and the power to do what has been willed, without being influenced by any other source from… Read more »

“RAPE” committed by our Legislators with sec. – 375 of IPC

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After the Nirbhaya Delhi Gang Rape case, “The Criminal Law Amendment Act, 2013” came in to force w.e.f 3rd of Feb, 2013. Now this case was recorded as “Rarest of Rare case” in the history of Indian Judiciary case laws. Our parliament was forced by the street protesters to take immediate initiatives towards making the… Read more »

Embraer – DRDO Kickbacks – The Long Arm of The US Justice System

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By Sandeep Thomas Chandy & Tanya Goyal In 2008, India’s Defense Research and Development Organization (DRDO) purchased three Embraer aircraft from the Brazilian aeronautical company Embraer S.A. for building indigenous Airborne Early-Warning and Control Systems (AEW&C) for the Indian Air Force. Last week, international media reported that this $208 million deal with DRDO and another… Read more »

Marxists Legal Theory- A Greater Understanding

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Shrirang Ashtaputre (Symbiosis Law School, Hyderabad) “Law, Morality, Religion are to (the proletariat) so many bourgeois prejudices, behind which lurk in ambush just as many bourgeois interests.” – Karl Marx Marxism is basically a social, political and economic theory which states that history is constantly evolving towards a certain direction and that the proletariat is… Read more »

Reserch article on One Person Company

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Background of One Person Company (OPC) The New Companies Act, 2013 was approved by the Parliament in 2013. Some of the provisions of New Company’s Act 2013 came into force on September 20th 2013 while majority of sections came into force from 1st April 2014. The Companies Act, 2013 has introduced some new concepts in… Read more »