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Deterrent effect of Punishment
Published : December 03, 2014 | Author : amandeepkauradvocate | Unrated
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Some of the major questions which are engaging the attention of modern penologists are whether the traditional forms of punishment should remain the exclusive or primary weapons in restraining criminal behaviour or should be supplemented and even replaced by a much more flexible or diversified combination of measures of treatment of a reformative, curative and protective nature. And if so, to which categories of offenders should these improvised measures be applicable and how should their choice in particular cases be determined? And finally, how could the reintegration of offenders into society be placed so as to efface the penal stigma and to cut off the supply of potential recidivists at its source
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Right to Know-Constitutional Prospective
Published : December 03, 2014 | Author : amandeepkauradvocate | Rating :
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India is worlds biggest democratic country. It is requisite for a democratic society that people have access to information held by public authority. Democracy means government of the people, for the people and by the people. In this type of government, people have chosen the representatives to govern the country. But the common people did not have any right to know about the public policies and expeditors until people have right to know under the umbrella article-21 i.e. right to life and personal liberty. But in a limited sense. It neither bind to public authorities and nor prescribe any punishment for not providing any information to the common people. For a genuine democracy it is essential that accessibility of information at all level for a common people without doing any discrimination our constitution provides us the freedom to speech and expression under article 19(1)(a) . To fulfill the requirement of right to know and right to obtain information from public authorities Right to Information Act, 2005 was enacted. By using this right it is possible to insure good governance and get our rights.
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Intellectual Property Rights in India
Published : November 28, 2014 | Author : arpan sinha | Rating :
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The recognition and protection of these rights is of recent origin. Patents, designs and trademarks are considered as industrial property. As per International Convention for the protection of industrial (Paris Convention) the protection of industrial property has as its object patents, utility models, industrial designs, trademarks, service marks, trade names, indications of source or appellations or origin and the repression of unfair competition when copyrights, Geographical indicators, layout Designs and confidential information were included to industrial property, they all become intellectual property.
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Medical Negligence Liability of Hospitals
Published : November 25, 2014 | Author : Radhika Shukla | Rating :
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.All medical professionals, doctors, nurses, and other health care providers are responsible for the health and safety of their patients and are expected to provide a high level of quality care. Unfortunately, medical professionals and health care providers can fail in this responsibility to their patients by not giving them proper care and attention, acting maliciously, or by providing substandard care, thus causing far-reaching complications like personal injuries, and even death.
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Trademark Infringement and Remedies
Published : November 25, 2014 | Author : Radhika Shukla | Rating :
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A trademark is a symbol in the form of a word. It is a device or a label which is applied to articles of commerce with a view to stipulate the customers that the particular article is a good manufactured or otherwise dealt in by a particular person as distinguished from similar goods manufactured or dealt by other persons.
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Consumer Protection Law In India
Published : November 24, 2014 | Author : manishkumargoga | Rating :
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The growing interdependence of the world economy and international character of many business practices have contributed to the development of universal emphasis on consumer rights protection and promotion. Consumers, clients and customers world over, are demanding value for money in the form of quality goods and better services. Modern technological developments have no doubt made a great impact on the quality, availability and safety of goods and services
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Moral Education necessary part of the Education
Published : November 24, 2014 | Author : manishkumargoga | Rating :
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Ever since the advent of human society there has been a tussle and fight between moral values and immoral acts. In the preventive societies of early age, law of jungle prevailed and might was considered to be right. As the society became organized with the passage of time under and the concept of state came into being, the debate between good and bad became active with the advent of knowledge, education and teaching of saints, philosophers and other learned men.
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Standard Form of Contracts: Effect Of Unequal Bargaining Power
Published : November 22, 2014 | Author : Himani Dutta | Rating :
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To study and analyse Standard Form Contracts in the light of the effect of the unequal bargaining capacity on the weaker party to the contract. This project also attempts to study the remedies available to the weaker party in order to make such Standard Form Contracts fair and reasonable to the extent that such contracts do not lead to the exploitation of the weaker party by the dominant party.
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The Inherent Powers of the Court
Published : November 20, 2014 | Author : umangraj | Rating :
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The abuse of the process of the court must be prevented by court as an inherent duty of the court. The Code of Civil Procedure is not exhaustive
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Human Rights and Terrorism
Published : November 13, 2014 | Author : URMILA BHARDWAJ | Rating :
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Terrorism has slammed and affected almost every sphere of human life, be it economy or politics or social life, whatever. In broad sense, the terrorism is the antithesis of independence and the independence is meaningless without the human rights.
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Judicial Review in India And USA
Published : November 10, 2014 | Author : Himani Dutta | Rating :
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an analysis of the the concept of judicial review and a comparison between the judicial review in India and USA
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International Terrorism Whether Solution Lies With In International Law
Published : November 05, 2014 | Author : URMILA BHARDWAJ | Rating :
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Terrorism is a voluntary action to terrorize innocent people. It is a according to dictionary meaning a use of violence and threat of violence, especially for political purpose.
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Business structures available for a start up
Published : November 04, 2014 | Author : Pranati Shubha | Rating :
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A new start up has quite a number of business structure to choose from. The options available to such a start up has been explored and depends upon the interest and purpose of such new business entity.
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Buying a new company points to be considered
Published : November 04, 2014 | Author : Pranati Shubha | Rating :
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This article throws light upon the areas which are important to be considered before buying an existing company.
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The Veracity of Child Prostitution in India
Published : November 03, 2014 | Author : shankarmegha | Rating :
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The ritual sacrifice of children has been taboo for thousands of years. Yet tragically it is practiced everyday across our world. We sacrifice children on the altars of our most destructive sins.
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John Lockes Social Contract Theory
Published : November 02, 2014 | Author : Himani Dutta | Rating :
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A study of the ‘Social Contract Theory’ as given by John Locke in his famous book Two Treatises on Civil Government (1690) wherein he emphasizes on ‘Law’ to be an expression of the will of the people. Drawing analogy from his theory the study has tried to trace a comparison of Locke’s Social Contract Theory with the present Constitution of India in an attempt to bring to light the relevance that Locke’s theory holds in the present day administrative as well as the policy making process in India.
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Applicability of the M
Published : October 31, 2014 | Author : Arpita Majumdar | Rating :
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This paper seeks to address the rule of McNaghten i.e. law of insanity as a defense in a criminal trial, that was incorporated during the late nineteenth century in the light of development of the English criminal law jurisprudence. It is believed that the defense has undergone significant variance as against its original proclamation especially, in the light of new insights being proffered by the disciplines of psychiatry and medicine.
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The Doctrine of Frustration Challenges the Validity of the Fundamental Principle of Pacta Sunt Servanda
Published : October 31, 2014 | Author : Arpita Majumdar | Rating :
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This Article argues that the applicability of the fundamental principle of Pacta Sunt Servanda in Contract Law is limited by the 'Doctrine of Frustration'.
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NRI Marriages
Published : October 31, 2014 | Author : banwala | Rating :
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NRI marriages, as generally understood, are between an Indian woman from India and an Indian man residing in another country (thus NRI – non-resident Indian), either as Indian citizen (when he would legally be an NRI) or as citizen of that other country (when he would legally be a PIO – person of Indian origin)
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One Person Company
Published : October 31, 2014 | Author : sumitpandey | Rating :
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One Person Company hereinafter mentioned as OPC) is a radical idea which came into the picture with the introduction of the Companies Act, 2013. The concept of OPC was first recommended by an expert committee constituted under the leadership of Dr. J. J. Irani in 2005. OPC is an opportunity for them who were previously hesitant from perpetuating their own ventures. OPC will provide a chance for all the young people who were in a jinx before starting their own business. It will not only provide them an opportunity to vent into something new but will also help them to access certain facilities like bank loans, legal shield for their business and a thorough access to the market as a separate entity.
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