OBSCENITY IN THE MEDIA

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VARSHA MULLICK  OBSCENITY IN THE MEDIA: BOOKS, FILMS, ADVERTISEMENTS   Introduction With the growth of modern technologies & advancement of science, information has become easy to circulate & communicate to the whole of the world. We can easily get the news of an earthquake or landslide happening in the other part of the world with… Read more »

AN IDEA OF FAMILY COURTS

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Neha Jain CONCEPT OF FAMILY COURTS The concept of Family court implies an integrated broad- based service to families in trouble. Litigation in regard to any matter concerning family, whether divorce, maintenance and alimony, or custody, education and financial support for children etc. should not be viewed in terms of failure or success of legal… Read more »

Accomplice Witness and its admissibility as Evidence

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Ayush Yadav Introduction: In the basic sense Accomplice Witness mean a witness to a crime who, either as principal, Accomplice, or Accessory, was connected with the crime by unlawful act or omission on his or her part, transpiring either before, at time of, or after commission of the offense, and whether or not he or… Read more »

Need of Second Generation Economic Reform

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Ranjit Anantrao Shedge Chapter I INTRODUCTION 1. Title: “Need of Second Generation Economic Reform – Analysis Of Associated Legislative Enactments” 2. Research Aims And Objectives: With the rapid growth and expansion of the economy, it is increasingly important to explore the importance of ongoing legislative framework which is substantial part of economic reform. •To find… Read more »

Judicial Accountability

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Suman Meena “Power corrupts, and absolute power corrupts absolutely.” – John Emerich Edward Dalberg Acton. “Corruption is like a hidden tiger in the bushes, waiting to pounce on the deer (rule of law), catch it by the neck and finally strangulate it to death. Unless the tiger is caged it will continue to wreak havoc.”… Read more »

CODE OF CONDUCT FOR JUDGES

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    Mani Ram Sharma   The Hon’ble Chief Justice, Supreme Court of India, New Delhi   CODE OF CONDUCT FOR JUDGES   I wish to state you humbly that the United States Courts have framed the following rules for judges:- CANON 1: A JUDGE SHOULD UPHOLD THE INTEGRITY AND INDEPENDENCE OF THE JUDICIARY An… Read more »

The Legal Framework of Comparative Advertising

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Introduction Advertising exists today in a business environment made increasingly competitive by factors such as global presence and media-clutter . According to market experts advertisements have become one of the most important tool for companies of all lengths and breadths across the globe to grow their businesses. The impact that a brand makes from its… Read more »

PUBLIC POLICY SETTING ASIDE ARBITRAL AWARD

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Vivek Kerketta Introduction Public policy is an attempt by the government to address a public issue. The government, whether it is city, state, or federal, develops public policy in terms of laws, regulations, decisions, and actions. There are three parts to public policy-making: problems, players, and the policy. The problem is the issue that needs… Read more »

ENFORCEMENT OF IPR WITH REFERENCE TO BORDER SECURITY MEASURES

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VIVEK KERKETTA INTRODUCTION The recognition of the need to protect of intellectual property especially with regard to counterfeit trademark and pirated copyrighted goods, the enforcement of intellectual property rights at the borders has emerged as a significant issue in recent times. In view of this, the scheme of border measures has been discussed internationally at… Read more »