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HONOUR KILLING : A CURSE TO HUMAN DIGNITY

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BY :-BINEETA MITRA (5th semester) 3rd year GENESIS “Honour killing” is an age old social evil whose frequency has escalated in the recent past. Khap Panchayats, which are a system of social administration in rural areas since ancient times, are being blamed for these long series of killings. While these Panchayats  (assembly) had some role in […]

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Indian Perspective of Right to Health

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     BY:-Ms. Deepika Sood                                                                                                                                              India has been independent for 63 years but India has yet to provide its citizens the basic amenities like food security, health care, housing and good environment which are the basic amenities for a reasonable human existence. A highly inequitable health system has denied quality health care to all those who cannot […]

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Torture is a Crime : Issue and Perspective

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  Introduction  The practice of torture is endemic in India. It is believed that torture, in its cognate and express forms, is practised in every police station in the country. Torture in police custody involves a range of practices including position abuse, shackling, beating with canes, batons, iron rods and rubber pipes, the pouring of […]

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Criminal Breach of trust Under IPC: A Critical Analysis

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  Author’s Introduction  Name-     Avneesh Kumar, 3rd year student of B.A.LL.B. (Hons),  Dr. Ram Manohar Lohiya National Law University Introduction Section 405.  of  IPC defines Criminal breach of trust in the following words-  “Whoever, being in any manner entrusted with property, or with any dominion over property, dishonestly misappropriates or converts to his own use […]

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Registered users and Registered Proprietors Under the Trademark Law

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From: Nandita Narayan Registered proprietors and registered users[1] Introduction A consumer is duped if he buys a commodity presuming it to have originated from a certain identified source when actually it is not, and later he finds the commodity substandard. In the process, the reputation of the trader suffers. The interest of both the consumer […]

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SOCIO ECONOMIC SURVEY OF THE PROJECT AFFECTED FAMILIES

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Mohan Rao Bolla, Former Principal, R. G. I. Law,   Asst. Prof. DNR College of Law, Bhimavaram  Researcher guided by Prof. Annam Subrahmanyam, Andhra University, Visakhapatnam.  SOCIO ECONOMIC SURVEY OF THE PROJECT AFFECTED FAMILIES    The  Initiative   KAKINADA SPECIAL ECONOMIC ZONE PRIVATE LIMITED (KSEZ), having been endowed with an objective of setting up of industrial establishments contributing for […]

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LOKPAL BILL – FROM MILESTONE TO MIRAGE.

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 BY:- G.L.VERMA   Concept of Lokpal as an  institution to probe corruption charges against top echelons was first mooted in year 1960 when K.M.Munshi,         (a member of Constituent Assembly) advocated  for conferring the status of  legal independence  with powers of a court.  M.C.Setalvad, a veteran legal luminary joined the issue and vociferously demanded for setting up […]

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Intention To create Legal Relations in (1.) Domestic and Social Agreements (2.) Commercial Agreements

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Author’s Introduction Name-     Avneesh Kumar,  3rd year student of B.A.LL.B. (Hons),  Dr. Ram Manohar Lohiya National Law University  E-mail-   akakak.kumar7@gmail.com    Mob-        (0) 9548306485. Mob- 2    (0) 9319396563    Title- “Intention To create Legal Relations in (1.) Domestic and Social Agreements (2.) Commercial Agreements”   Introduction Apart from offer, acceptance, and consideration, the final ingredient for […]

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Human Rights Violation

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By: Deepesh Mittal V Year, B. A.LL.B. New Law College, Bharati Vidyapeeth University, Pune “It is the obligation of the State to ensure everyone the right to adequate food, education and enjoyment of highest attainable standards of physical and mental health. These rights have to be respected and made available to the citizens by the […]

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Protection of Trade secret and Confidential Information : India Perspective

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INTRODUCTION In today’s globalised economy, the organization are protecting its intellectual property by adopting the available measures in form of patents,copyright,trademark etc. but besides these popular IP rights there are other IP rights not so popular but which are recently drawing attentions all over the world- Confidential Information and Trade Secret. Confidential information and trade […]

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CONTINUING PROFESSIONAL LEGAL EDUCATION IN INDIA

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By: Prerna Chopra I. INTRODUCTION “I don’t feel stupid, just inadequate. After three years of studying the law, I’m very much aware of how little I know.” – John Grisham (The Rainmaker) In the legal profession in India, professional development has traditionally been considered as a one-time affair, occurring at the stage of pre-service education. […]

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Investments In ‘Z’ Category Stocks

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-An Analysis- By Sukumar Agarwal ‘Z’ Category Stocks: Companies trading on NSE, BSE and other stock exchanges in India are categorized in different segments ranging from ‘A’ to ‘Z’ segment. The ‘Z’ category of stocks is the least traded segment among the listed categories. The stocks listed in this group have low share prices and […]

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Tryst with General Public License, Version 3 (GPL v.3)

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CONTENTS 1. Concept of GPL 2. Basic principles of Free Software 3. Use of source and non-source codes      3.1 Source code-programmer’s creativity     3.2 Conflicting interests between free software & proprietary software     3.3 Linking of codes 4. Upsurge in GPL     4.1 GPL- A Viral license     4.2 Microsoft’s concern with GPL ‘viral […]

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Liability for Misstatement in Prospectus: Where to stop?

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BY:MANENDRA SINGH Introduction  This article focuses on the wide applicability of liability provisions with respect to any misstatement made in the context of a prospectus issued by any company whereby it asks the public to invest money. The liability regime for the misstatement has been fluctuating ever since the time corporate personality came into existence. […]

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Reconstruction and Amalgamation

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BY:NISHANT ARORA I.        INTRODUCTION The company wished to avoid being wound up and negotiated a scheme in which the existing shareholdings in the company would be transferred to a new company which would take over the company’s undertaking and assets as well as its debts. This was to be effected by a scheme for reconstruction […]

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Significance of Competition Compliance Programs in Enterprises

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Priyanka Mokashi Symbiosis Law School, Pune In India, as per the enactment of Competition Act, 2002 (the Act) w.e.f. 14.01.03, Competition Compliance Programs (CCPs) are necessarily required to be set up within the organization or the requisite services may be outsourced. Essentially, CCPs are required because all enterprises are expected to act in consonance with […]

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RENT CONTROL LEGISLATIONS- A BRIEF STUDY OF HP URBAN RENT CONTROL ACT, 1987

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By: Miss Bhumika Sharma* and Mr. Karan Chandel “Rent controls were introduced in the early 1900s in the United States and some other parts of the world to check uninhibited rent increases and tenant eviction during wartime housing emergencies. After World War II, there was a sudden increase in the demand for rentable housing from […]

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INHERENT POWERS OF THE HIGH COURT UNDER SECTION 482 OF CrPC

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From: DIVYA VIKRAM According to Sec 26 of CrPC, 1973, Offences under the Criminal Procedure Code (hereinafter the “CrPC”) are divided into: 1. Offences under Indian Penal Code (IPC) ( triable by HC, Sessions Court and other court shown in the 1st Schedule to the CrPC) 2. Offences under any other law (empowers HC, when […]

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Law Colleges having approval of affiliation of the Bar Council of India

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College Name Courses imparted Status Year of of approval establishment 1 List of Law Colleges having Deemed / Permanent / Temporary approval of affiliation of the Bar Council of India as on 19th February 2010 ANDHRA PRADESH College Name Courses imparted Statusof approval Year of establishment I. ANDHRA UNIVERSITY, WALTAIR 1. University Law College , […]

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Law Schools in India

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North India Delhi Faculty of Law NLU Jodhpur NLIU Bhopal RGNUL Patiala RMLNLU Lucknow UPES Dehradun Jindal Global Law School, Sonipat Faculty of Law, BHU Army Institute of Law, Mohali Amity Law School, Delhi AMU, Faculty of Law, Aligarh ICFAI Law School, Dehradun South India NALSAR Hyderabad NLSIU Bangalore School of Law, Christ University (SLCU), […]

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Top 10 Law Colleges in India

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•NLSIU, Bangalore Located at Nagarbhavi in Bangalore, National Law School of India University offers undergraduate, postgraduate and research programs. Distance education is also provided here. •NALSAR University of Law, Hyderabad One of the prestigious Law Schools in India, it also conducts exchange programs with renowned law institutes from across the world, apart from offering regular […]

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Joint Ventures in India

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A joint venture is a contractual agreement, between two or more parties, for a common commercial purpose. The concerned parties agree to share markets, profits, intellectual property, assets and knowledge for the new business venture. Further, the concerned parties own the shares of the joint venture company in prior agreed proportion. Formations of joint ventures in […]

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Foreign Direct Investment in Retail Sector: Others Surmounting, India Napping

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Foreign Direct Investment in Retail Sector: Others Surmounting, India Napping  “Foreign direct investment is so important to the growth of China’s economy that the national government doesn’t want to do anything to endanger that.” – Clive Jones   Preface One of the most conspicuous and remarkable outcome of the process of globalization and liberalization has […]

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Counterfeit under Indian Intellectual Property Rights

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1.    INTRODUCTION   Counterfeiting is the passing off action of the genuine products to customers. Such products are sold under the famous establishing and manufacturing. This is nothing but the cheating consumer and running parallel operation. Intellectual Property Rights (IPRs) come in hand of passing off action. The statute governing IPRs recognizing such activity as […]

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