Supreme Court, questioned Government over adultery law

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NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court questioned the Centre’s stand defending the adultery law and his submission that the penal provision on adultery was needed to save the sanctity of marriage, saying it does not appeal to common sense that a woman cannot prosecute her husband for adulterous relationship. A five-judge Constitution Bench headed by Chief… Read more »

Centre pay back to Supreme Court, to Refrain from Making Comments

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DELHI: The Central government hit back to Supreme Court after the Apex Court asked the government’s opinion multiple times while hearing PIL’s. The government told The Supreme Court that it should refrain from making remarks against the governance since India as a country has major problems and the court while dealing with one issue should think from… Read more »

National Herald case: Delhi High Court, rejects Congress President relief in reopening his tax assessment

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NEW DELHI: The Delhi High Court, on Wednesday rejects to grant any relief to Congress president Rahul Gandhi in connection with the National Herald case. IT department had issued a reassessment notice to the Congress President for the Financial Year 2011-12 in March 2018. The IT department had alleged that Rahul Gandhi had wilfully not disclosed… Read more »

How outside eatables will effect security protocol: Bombay High Court to Government

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MUMBAI: The Bombay High Court asked the Maharashtra government to make it clear that allowing permission to take food items out of the multiplexes could threaten security. The High Court said, “What kind of security concerns can be caused by carrying food items in the theaters? People are not prohibited from carrying food to any other… 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 »

Student moves High Court after college bars her with hijab

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A homoeopathy student has moved the Bombay High Court after her college disallowed her to write exams due to poor attendance, which, she claimed, was because she was barred from attending classes as she wears the ‘hijab’ (headscarf). Fakeha Badami, a resident of suburban Bandra, in her petition filed earlier this week, claimed that her… Read more »