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Three types of emergencies under the Indian Constitution
Published : May 20, 2015 | Author : Malika Chhikara | Rating :
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There are three types of emergencies under the Indian Constitution namely: National Emergency, Failure of constitutional machinery in states and Financial Emergency
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Right To Be Born And Indian Legislative And Judicial Framework
Published : May 20, 2015 | Author : drsahanwaz | Rating :
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The purpose of this research is mostly to explore the legal framework to prevent sex selective abortion and sex selection, therefore, it is need to more through the provisions of International law and the legal framework in the domestic sphere in India, which desires the state to regulate the misuse of technology and formulas which targets girl foetus in the mothers womb
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Uniform Civil Code Towards Gender Justice
Published : May 18, 2015 | Author : rupam | Rating :
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The basic issue of ensuring justice and equality to women is getting trapped in many other contemporary issues like religion, secularism, and freedom. However, one cannot flounce the main issue under the disguise and harp on other relatively connected issues day in and day out. Gender issues, in this regard need to be addressed very seriously. This paper is an attempt to co-relate the question of gender justice and equality to the issue of the adoption of uniform civil code throughout the territory of India.
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Expanding Horizons of Right to Information
Published : May 17, 2015 | Author : rupam | Rating :
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Every citizen has a right to impart and receive information as part of his right to information. The State is not only under an obligation to respect this right of the citizen, but equally under an obligation to ensure conditions under which this right can be meaningfully and effectively enjoyed by one and all. Right to information is basic to and indivisible from a democratic polity. This right includes right to acquire information and to disseminate it. Right to information is necessary for self-expression, which is an important means of free conscience and self-fulfillment. It enables people to contribute on social and moral issues. It is the best way to find a truest model of anything, since it is only through it that the widest possible range of ideas can be circulated. This right can be limited only by reasonable restrictions under a law for the purposes mentioned in Article 19(2) of our constitution. Hence no restriction can be placed on the Right to information on the grounds other than those specified under Article 19(2). The said right cannot be denied by creating a monopoly in favour of the government or any other authority.
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Critical Appraisal to the Existing Framework of Freedom of Speech and Expression In India
Published : May 13, 2015 | Author : rupam | Rating :
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The increasingly complex and elusive media landscape has thrown fresh challenges to an unsettled ecosystem of media policy in India. Advanced communications technologies have fundamentally altered the ways in which information and meanings are delivered, organized and received. These new advancements call into question the efficacy of existing policy approaches to media, including the still-dominant conventional media. The multiple bills introduced in the last decade reveal a fragmented framework shaped as much by the Indian state’s staggered acquiescence to corporate interests as by the entrenched colonial structures of governance aimed at “reining in” the media, or using the technologies for targeted surveillance. Regulatory authority is currently divided between several government departments, even as the Communication Convergence Bill (2001) and Broadcasting Service Regulation Bill (2007) are still far from realizing their stated objective of introducing a comprehensive and coherent policy framework. It is thus one of the most crucial moments for media policy discussions to funnel their energy towards a meaningful debate, since the unsettled character of today’s advanced communication systems is not our burden; it is our chance to act.
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Autochthonous nature of the Constitution of India
Published : May 13, 2015 | Author : rupam | Rating :
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Autochthony is a word that rarely surfaces in everyday English, but it is a synonym for native or indigenous. It is most often used in anthropology, biology and related sciences, but is also used in law
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Capital Punishment v/s Human Rights
Published : May 09, 2015 | Author : goutham | Rating :
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Does the society need capital punishment to punish its convicts or are we taking away the lives of convicts who have every right to live on this earth
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Electronic Signature: Legal and Technical aspect
Published : May 08, 2015 | Author : Yogesh Kolekar | Rating :
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The traditional signatures are hand written and are uniquely representative of one’s identity. The use of signature is mandatory in law in certain cases and holds an important legal position in the document as it signify two things, the identity of the person and its intent to it. The Signature is one’s identity on a document and is used in day to day transaction and in case of illiterate persons its fingerprint is considered as his signature. The handwritten signature is prone to forgery and tampering hence insufficient for online transaction and contracts. The online transaction requires unique and strong protection which is served by electronic signature
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International Instruments on prohibition of caste based discremination
Published : May 08, 2015 | Author : rupam | Rating :
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Before 1945, the prohibition of discrimination was only dealt with in the so-called minority treaties, which were severely limited in their scope. With the adoption of the UN charter, a non-discrimination clause applying to everyone became a recognized part of international law.
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A shop or a factory removing the ambiguity
Published : May 07, 2015 | Author : Shastree | Rating :
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An analytic view of why corporate offices and Infotech co.s come under purview of shops Acts across states in India.
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The Reserve Bank of India and its functions
Published : May 06, 2015 | Author : Yogesh Kolekar | Rating :
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The Reserve Bank of India was established in the year 1935 in accordance with the Reserve Bank of India Act, 1934. The Reserve Bank of India is the central Bank of India entrusted with the multidimensional role. It performs important monetary functions from issue of currency note to maintenance of monetary stability in the country.
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Right to Information Act - Boon or Bane
Published : May 05, 2015 | Author : Prajnabhat | Rating :
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The Right to Information Act, 2005 (RTI) is a Central Legislation to provide for setting out the particular regime of right to information for citizens. The government of India enacted Right to Information Act in the year 2005 and which came into force on October 12, 2005
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Ordinances in India
Published : May 05, 2015 | Author : nikita.rangarajan28 | Rating :
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The term ordinance is defined by the Oxford dictionary as an authoritative order. Ordinance is a decree or law promulgated by a state or national government without the consent of the legislature.
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Role of a Mediator in the Process of Mediation
Published : May 05, 2015 | Author : Nishanth.Maka | Rating :
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The Mediator is a neutral third party who assists the disputing parties in their quest for a settlement. Even though the parties are the ones who get to decide the outcome of the mediation, it is the mediator who first initiates the meeting, discuss of the problem and then assists the parties to find possible solutions
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Women Protection and Changing Laws
Published : May 03, 2015 | Author : arpan sinha | Rating :
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Women rights are protected under several number of legislations in India. The importance of the protection has been extended by new and changed laws on protection of women's rights.
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Surrogacy Its Legal Implications
Published : May 02, 2015 | Author : nikita.rangarajan28 | Rating :
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A surrogacy agreement is an arrangement to carry a pregnancy for intended parents. Surrogacy can be classified into two main types: gestational and traditional. In case of gestational surrogacy, pregnancy occurs due to the transfer of an embryo created by in vitro fertilization such that the resulting child is genetically unrelated to the surrogate.
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Addiction problems and the trans-gender people
Published : April 25, 2015 | Author : advocatesunita | Rating :
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Alcohol, Tobacco & Other Drug Problems & Transgender Individuals
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Discrimination and Dilemma of Transgender People
Published : April 25, 2015 | Author : advocatesunita | Rating :
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Discrimination Of Transgender At Every Turn.
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Basic Prerequisites for Rent and Lease Agreements in India
Published : April 21, 2015 | Author : sumitpandey | Rating :
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This write up deals in very basic things that one should know about rent and lease agreements in India.
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Understanding of the term Decree, Order, Judgment and Mesne Profit
Published : April 18, 2015 | Author : schoudhary | Rating :
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Essential terms for properly understanding Civil Procedure Code 1908 explained
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