Rights and Duties of the founder of lost Goods

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This Article is written by Akshita Sodhi of Lloyd law college, Greater Noida. Who is called Finder of lost goods? A person who finds the belongings that belong to another person and holds that good into his own custody is bound to take due care of the good and to find and return that good… Read more »

Madhya Pradesh High court, grant death sentence to, man raped and killed 4 years old girl

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JABALPUR: The Madhya Pradesh High Court has upheld a lower court’s order awarding death sentence to a man for raping and killing a four-year-old girl, observing that “humanity is more in danger in the hands of persons like the convict”. Describing the offence as an act of “extreme depravity” and taking note of the rise… Read more »

Indira Gandhi vs. Raj Narain on 7th November, 1975

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Naincy Goyal Case no: appeal 887 of 1975 Equivalent citation: AIR 1975 SC 2299 Appellant: Indira Nehru Gandhi Respondent: Shri Raj Narain Date of Judgment:  7 Nov. 1975 Bench: N. RAY (CJ) & R. KHANNA & K. MATHEW & H. BEG & V. CHANDRACHUD INTRODUCTION: This work is a critical analysis of an infamous case… Read more »

Bitcoin: Myth or Reality?

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Digital currency Bitcoin made its debut in 2009 and ushered in a new era of cryptocurrency. There are more than 500 cryptocurrencies to choose from but Bitcoin remains the favourite. Regulators, tax authorities and enforcement agencies are exploring the phenomenon. But the one question that pops up every time and everywhere is ‘Is Bitcoin legal… Read more »

Court grants 2 mnths to CBI for obtaining sanction to prosecute accused in Aircel-Maxis case

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New Delhi: A Delhi court today granted two months time to the CBI for obtaining sanction from authorities concerned to prosecute certain accused in a case against former Union minister P Chidambaram and his son Karti for alleged irregularities and criminal conspiracy in the Aircel-Maxis deal case. The agency had on July 19 filed charge… Read more »

Law and Morality

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Ritesh Kumar INTRODUCTION Morality is an internal force. Morality appeals to the conscience, while law acts externally through sanctions.[1] A morality is a system of principles and values concerning people’s behaviour, which is generally accepted by a society or by a particular group of people.[2] Morality speaks of a system of behavior in regards to standards of right or wrong behavior…. Read more »

Effects of tax competition in today’s world

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Prashanti Upadhyaya   Tax Competition identifies with the wonder where a sovereign state having the capacity and fitness tends to influence the assessment arrangement of another nation deliberately or inadvertently by joining different duty differentials in its household impose framework.   INTRODUCTION   How Can A Tax  Competition Be Harmful?   Tax Competition identifies with… Read more »

Basics of a Police Complaint

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Gurmeet Singh The thumb rule of writing a police complaint is to be “precise” and “to the point” while being self-explanatory and effective at the same time. Before writing the police complaint, we must bear in mind what is the complaint all about, what is required to be done, what do we want and proceed… Read more »

Predatory Pricing

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In common parlance, Predatory pricing may be defined as pricing below an appropriate measure of cost for the purpose of eliminating competitors in the short run and reducing competition in the long run. It is a practice that harms both competitors and competition.  Normally price cutting is aimed simply at increasing market share, predatory pricing has as… Read more »

PIRACY PARADOX- Intellectual Property Right’s Grey Space

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Author :  Akriti Tyagi, Abstract This article looks into Intellectual Property Law’s grey pace; which is the fashion industry and delves into why, with such low protection, it is still one of the most profitable industries. It is a substantial area of creativity into which copyright and patent do not penetrate and for which trademark provides… Read more »