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Company Law Articles
Published : June 30, 2015 | Author : narendra sharma | Unrated
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In this case, all the four Directors of M/S. ……. have also been arrayed as Respondents/Defendants in their individual capacity in the Claim Petition dated …….. submitted before the Learned Arbitrator and the Award dated …….. has been passed against all the Defendants. Therefore, all the Defendants are jointly and severally liable to satisfy the Award, which is applied for being enforced as a decree as per section 36 of the Act.
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Changes in Child Labour and Related Laws
Published : June 29, 2015 | Author : Karan Guleria | Rating :
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Child labour is the practice of having children engage in economic activity, on part or full-time basis. The practice deprives children of their childhood, and is harmful to their physical and mental development. Poverty, lack of good schools and growth of informal economy are considered as the important causes of child labour in India.
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Freedom of Press - Article 19(1)(a)
Published : June 27, 2015 | Author : Manmeet Singh | Rating :
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Freedom of press is not specifically mentioned in article 19(1) (a) of the Constitution and what is mentioned there is only freedom of speech and expression. In the Constituent Assembly Debates it was made clear by Dr. Ambedkar, Chairman of the Drafting Committee, that no special mention of the freedom of press was necessary at all as the press and an an individual or a citizen were the same as far as their right of expression was concerned.
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Indian Judicial Approach Regarding Right to Die
Published : June 23, 2015 | Author : drsahanwaz@Legal Service India.com | Rating :
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The right to die is sometimes associated with the idea that ones body and ones life are ones own, to dispose of as one sees fit. However, there is sometimes deemed to be a legitimate state interest in preventing irrational suicides. The first case in which the issue of right to die was brought before an Indian Court is State v Sanjay Kumar wherein, Delhi High Court criticized section 309 of the Indian Penal Code, 1860 as an anachronism and a paradox.
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Sexual Harassment of Women at Workplace Prevention, Prohibition and Redressal Act, 2013
Published : June 20, 2015 | Author : Karan Guleria | Rating :
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Sexual harassment is bullying or coercion of a sexual nature or the unwelcome or inappropriate promise of rewards in exchange for sexual favours. Presently in modern contexts sexual harassment is illegal and it is unlawful to harass a person of that persons sex. Thus, harassment can include, sexual harassment or unwelcome sexual advances, requests for sexual favours and other verbal and physical harassment of a sexual nature.
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Public Interest Litigation - A Critical Evaluation
Published : June 19, 2015 | Author : Manmeet Singh | Rating :
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Public interest litigation has historically been an innovative judicial procedure for enhancing the social and economic rights of disadvantaged and marginalized groups in India. In recent years, however, a number of criticisms of public interest litigation have emerged, including concerns related to separation of powers, judicial capacity, and inequality. These criticisms have tended to abstraction, and the sheer number of cases has complicated empirical assessments.
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Rehabilitation of Internally Displaced Persons In India
Published : June 16, 2015 | Author : Manmeet Singh | Rating :
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Since independence, the Indian state has adopted a model of development which involves construction of large multi-purpose dams. Such is the faith in the merits of dams that they were said to be the temples of modern India. To support this assertion, several benefits of multi-purpose projects are often cited, while the costs behind them are shrouded from the public eye.
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Law and Morality
Published : June 15, 2015 | Author : Rajyashri B | Rating :
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Law and morality are too vague to understand. It must be added here that the notions of law and justice can't be captured and presented before us within a few sentences. These notions are too vast that even words are not sufficient to define them.
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Analysis of Section 144 of CrPC
Published : June 15, 2015 | Author : Rajyashri B | Rating :
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Section 144: Power to issue order in urgent cases of nuisance or apprehended danger
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Media and Victims of Sexual Assault
Published : June 15, 2015 | Author : Rajyashri B | Rating :
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The current trend of media on reporting cases commonly known as Trial by media has witnessed the sensation of self- manifested stories, half- baked truth resulting in the violation of right of individuals, resulting media reporting transforming into media circus.
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Religion Perfect Law: Myth or Reality
Published : June 12, 2015 | Author : Manmeet Singh | Rating :
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Law and Religion it has always been a close relationship, although they are two totally different concepts. The connecting element is represented by the human being. Religion teaches us to be good, to respect our peers and so does the Law as a legal entity. By laws we have to contribute to the social order. In any constitutional state, laws are made to be respected, and he who violates them must take responsibility for their own acts.
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Feminist Criminology And Integrated Theory
Published : June 09, 2015 | Author : Rajyashri B | Rating :
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Feminist criminology contains many branches. Liberal, radical, Marxist, and socialist feminism are widely recognized, although other "strands" exist such as postmodernism and ecofeminism. Most feminist criminology involves critiques about how women offenders have been ignored, distorted, or stereotyped within traditional criminology
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Domestic Violence Against Women-Criminology Perspective
Published : June 09, 2015 | Author : Rajyashri B | Rating :
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Crimes committed within a private space, such as domestic violence within the family home are considered and regarded to be less problematic than crimes committed within the public sphere
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Plea Bargaining in Indian Legal System
Published : June 01, 2015 | Author : Manmeet Singh | Rating :
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Plea Bargaining has certainly changed the face of the Indian Criminal Justice System
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Judicial Response to the concept of Secularism in India
Published : May 25, 2015 | Author : adilwani | Rating :
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The aim of this paper is to explore the different manners in which Supreme court of Indiahas dealt with religious conflicts. The first part of this paper analyses the premises on which secularism has been based. The second part explores the legal and religious landscape and the third part deals with litigation surrounding religious issue. The fourth part deals with attitude of Supreme Court and analyses the reasons for the same and the fifth and final part is the conclusion.
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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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