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Ownership
Published : September 17, 2012 | Author : Ritwik Sneha & Rishab Garg | Rating :
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The concept of is one of the fundamental juristic concepts common to all systems of law. This concept has been discussed by most of the writers before that of possession...
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The Problems of Undertrials
Published : September 17, 2012 | Author : Ritwik Sneha & Rishab Garg | Rating :
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This article discusses in detail the plight of the undertrials whose right to speedy trial has been violated and the problems associated with the violation of such right....
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Suits by indigent person
Published : September 14, 2012 | Author : sid201291 | Rating :
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The article thoroughly dealt with order 33 of CPC, 1908 and provides the benefits which are available to an indigent person under the CPC...
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Copyright Amendment Bill, 2010
Published : September 14, 2012 | Author : Atin kumar Das | Rating :
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Though the Copyright Amendment Bill is yet to see the light of the day, it effectively addresses the various concerns in the existing copyright law. If passed into a law, it would go a long way to ensure that the Indian law is at par with the other international laws regarding copyrights...
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Trade Secrets & Competition Act
Published : September 13, 2012 | Author : Atin kumar Das | Rating :
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Normal competition law, applied under a rule of reason standard, should be carried out to distinguish between pro and anti competitive cases where the requisite market power is conferred through IPR...
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How brands can save themselves from made in china?
Published : September 12, 2012 | Author : nehsharma | Rating :
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This paper seeks to put across a basic concept of how counterfeit goods better termed as knockoffs is not just a copy of the original, but it also indeed infringes a brands intellectual property rights. But the worse effect of these counterfeits, which turns to have a more deepening and negative impact on the society also which is overtaking the world’s economy in a jiffy and thereby providing criminals a sure shot source of income. We shall focus on what exactly one means by counterfeit goods, in what numbers are they out in the market, which U.S. laws and agencies help prevent this and some controversial cases that were in the spotlight. Sure a penny saved in a penny earned, but not in the case of buying a counterfeit...
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Realization of Human Rights and Role of NGO
Published : September 12, 2012 | Author : jyo | Rating :
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Many organizations around the world dedicate their efforts to protecting human rights and ending human rights abuses. Public support and condemnation of abuses is important to their success
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The Superficiality of Secularism in India
Published : September 12, 2012 | Author : uditmisra | Unrated
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Secularism is a concept trapped in semantics like separation of church and state, and is often considered a Christian-European concept...
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Raising the Age of Consent
Published : September 12, 2012 | Author : uditmisra | Rating :
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This article deals with the Age of Consent debate with respect to the Sexual Offences Bill, 2012...
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Domestic Violence A Curse In The Society - A Global Epidemic
Published : September 11, 2012 | Author : anushtha@legalserviceindia.com | Rating :
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Women is a unique creation of God understanding, hardworking, full of compassion holding high level of initiative and a trend setter for progeny inspite of these qualities the women have never been treated at par with the men . She has faced and is facing discrimination, exploitation and violence from time immemorial...
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Secretary General, Supreme Court of India v. Subash Chandra Agarwal
Published : September 08, 2012 | Author : kushagra9785 | Unrated
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A case describing the importance of RTI in India and enunciation of Judicial Accountability...
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Malfeasance, misfeasance and nonfeasance in Tort Law
Published : September 08, 2012 | Author : ankitapaul | Rating :
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This article starts off with the concept of what a law of tort is all about including its meaning and definition and the law of torts in the Indian scenario as an introduction to this project. Further proceeded with the nature of a tort and its essential elements where the three elements have been briefly discussed....
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Cyber Terrorism - Quick glance
Published : September 03, 2012 | Author : Lidia Mariam Benoji | Rating :
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Describes the elements of cyber terrorism, pure cyberterrorism, the means of it, effect of Information Technology Act, 2000...
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Corporate Breeder's and Farmer's right in India with respect to PPVFR Act, 2001
Published : September 03, 2012 | Author : Lidia Mariam Benoji | Unrated
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Farmer’s Rights are currently acknowledged as a global concern, yet consensus on how to implement Farmer’s Rights remains vague...
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Is It Law of Tort or Law of Torts
Published : August 31, 2012 | Author : Rajibhassan | Rating :
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There are two competing theories as to whether there is law of tort or law of torts, one providing for a general principle of liability and the other a definite number of torts...
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ISDA Master Agreement
Published : August 28, 2012 | Author : mini.anshuman | Rating :
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This Article is a step by step careful analysis of the provisions of the International Swaps and Derivatives Association Master Agreement which is used across the world to standardize derivative contracts entered into privately between parties...
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Understanding Derivatives
Published : August 28, 2012 | Author : mini.anshuman | Unrated
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A derivative is, simply, a financial instrument the value of which is ‘derived’ from another financial instrument. A derivative is a contract for the exchange of cash or delivery flows between two parties, each of which is considered equal to the other at the start of the agreement...
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China and USA: Conflict arises in the IPR Protection in consideration with India
Published : August 28, 2012 | Author : vishal vijayvargiya | Unrated
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It has been seen over the years that there has been constant dispute that has arise related to IPR between the most developed & the most rapidly developing nation of the world i.e. the USA & China. Post-Cold War the U.S. and China...
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Passing off under trademark
Published : August 27, 2012 | Author : Prerna Chopra | Rating :
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Passing off is a common law tort, which can be used to enforce unregistered trademark rights. The law of passing off prevents one person from misrepresenting his goods or services as that of another...
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Legal provisions regarding setting up base by foreign universities in India and related issues
Published : August 27, 2012 | Author : Prerna Chopra | Unrated
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It basically states provisions regarding setting a university in India...
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