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Intercaste Marriage in India

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RAHUL SANKAR R     INTRODUCTION   The caste system in India forbids intercaste marriages but however due to increase of education and change in social thinking of people intercaste marriages are increasing in India. Indian society believes marrying from same caste or religion is a matter of their pride .They are not ready to […]

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Real Estate Scam in India

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In India many thousands of people have invested in on going projects by many builders in the country. Now these projects are under construction and are available at low rates. since possession of the projects are offered within 36 months period from the date of builder buyers agreement. Here is the twist. Projects getting delayed. […]

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Justice Dispensation Through Alternate Dispute Resolution System In India

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 INTRODUCTION “You have undertaken to cheat me. I won’t sue you, for the law is too slow. I’ll ruin you.” Discords are bound to arise in society and ingenious human minds have always devised ways and means for resolution of conflicts. Nature has endowed people with rationality and they have constantly attempted to discover methods […]

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CHILD LABOUR IN INDIA-PRESENT SCENARIO

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Jyoti Angrish Every child is a gift of God –a gift must be nurtured with care and affection, with in the family and society. But unfortunately due to socio-economic and cultural problems, the code of child centeredness was replaced by neglect, abuse and deprivation, particularly in the poverty afflicted sections of the society. (1) While […]

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India & Lok Pal Bill

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Bhartendu Yadav INTRODUCTION: India is a country where honesty and integrity in public and private life have been glorified and upheld in great epics such as the Vedas, Upanishads and in the books and practices of every religion practiced here. Yet, India today is one of the most corrupt countries in the world. The basic […]

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Stamping and Proxies in India

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Ms. Stuti Bansal The present article deals with proxies and provisions regarding its stamping as per the laws applicable in India.Section 176 of the Companies Act, 1956 discusses and details the aspects of a proxy. According to Section 176 of the Act, any member of a company, entitled to attend and vote at a meeting […]

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DISCRIMINATION AGAINST NORTH EAST WOMEN IN INDIA

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The conquest of the earth, which mostly means the taking it away from those who have a different complexion or slightly flatter noses than ourselves, is not a pretty thing when you look into it.  ~Joseph Conrad, (Heart of Darkness) Racism can never be justified. Yet we in our own country are insulated from the reality; […]

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Human Rights Education in India

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“All human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights”. So stated Article 1 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights in 1948. This is what the Indians have been preaching since times immemorial as it has become the immemorial customs of our nation .Human Rights are a fundamental value. There is a […]

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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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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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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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Power of Pardon in India

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  By Aastha Suman, 4th year, WB NUJS, Kolkata    “I have always found that mercy bears richer fruits than strict justice.”                                                                –Abraham Lincoln, 16th U.S President Mercy is God’s grace, a gift to the mankind which gives all an equal chance to mend ways and to correct a deviant behaviour. This might be […]

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