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Principles of Natural Justice In Indian Constitution
Published : May 09, 2013 | Author : shivaraj | Rating :
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In India, the principles of natural justice are firmly grounded in Article 14 & 21 of the Constitution. With the introduction of concept of substantive and procedural due process in Article 21, all that fairness which is included in the principles of natural justice can be read into Art. 21.
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IPO Scam: With Special Referance To NSDL V. SEBI Case
Published : May 05, 2013 | Author : monika | Rating :
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This case is basically related to IPO scam which came to light during 2003-06. SEBI found number of fake DEMAT holders and alleged NSDL for non performance of their tasks....
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Women Rights As Human Rights
Published : May 01, 2013 | Author : mrmohitmishra | Rating :
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Women’s Rights are Human Rights was first used at the UN World Conference on Human Rights in Vienna in 1993.Though the slogan human rights are women's rights and women's rights are human rights...
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Role of India In Mali
Published : April 23, 2013 | Author : priyanka0001 | Rating :
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MNLA group protesting for the want of independence of Azawad as a separate state, ultimately resulted into them taking charge of the region and declaring it as an independent state...
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Order 37, CPC, Summary Suits
Published : April 23, 2013 | Author : akshat759 | Rating :
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CPC: Civil litigation, especially recovery suits generally termed to be a long drawn battle and regarded as something best avoided, is not so. The general belief that by filing a recovery Suit against a Debtor...
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Social Media Governance In India
Published : April 23, 2013 | Author : abhishekpandey | Rating :
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Internet laws: Social media can well be termed as a tool of divulgence and convergence of information. But such tool is more or less used by individuals and few organizations....
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Gandhi The Great
Published : April 23, 2013 | Author : Suresh.Khadav | Rating :
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Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi well known as the Mahatma Gandhi was the leader of Indian Independence at the time of British Regime. Gandhi played a vital role in Indian Independence...
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Strict Scrutiny Test in Constitutional Adjudication: Indian Experience
Published : April 23, 2013 | Author : abhishekpandey | Rating :
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Constitutional Law: need of the judicial interpretation has ever existed and persisted in every legal system of the world. Initially the judges in their eagerness to avoid the blasphemy of judicial legislation bounded themselves with the rule of literal interpretation....
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Rape Law In India, Problems In Prosecution Due To Loopholes In The Law
Published : April 16, 2013 | Author : siddharthlaw | Rating :
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The article revolves around the law established for rape in India. Taking Section 375 and Section 376 of the Indian Penal Code as the base, the article moves towards numerous aspects indicating the areas which need attention...
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Right to Clean Environment: A basic Human Right
Published : April 16, 2013 | Author : aditisingh@legalserviceindia.com | Rating :
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The concept of human rights in general emerged after the Second World War, but the right to a healthy environment, as one of those human rights, was never a priority...
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Science and Technology in human rights: An Indian perspective
Published : April 13, 2013 | Author : aditisingh@legalserviceindia.com | Rating :
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The myth of the technology fix is currently in the making. Corruption, inefficiency and leakages are persuasive reasons for replacing the human element with technology.
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Criminal trial
Published : March 31, 2013 | Author : akanksha | Rating :
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Substantive law tells about the rights and liabilities of a particular person ,while procedural law tells about the mechanism by which we can implement the substantive law...
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Assam, Explanation Needed
Published : March 26, 2013 | Author : dhananjaykashyap | Unrated
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Investigates the reasons of the recent violence in Assam. The historical reasons, the inception that triggered violece all over India and forced north eastern citizens to move to their home town leaving their residing places. This articles puts forward some solutions...
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Squeeze out of minority shareholders
Published : March 20, 2013 | Author : thass | Rating :
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The law relating to reduction of share capital can be found in Section 100 to 105 of the Companies Act, 1956. The recent judgements in Elpro and Sanvik Asia...
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Comparables and Transfer Pricing
Published : March 20, 2013 | Author : thass | Rating :
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Transfer pricing is a profit allocation method used to attribute a corporation’s net profit or loss before tax to tax jurisdictions. Sections 92 to 92F of the Income Tax Act, 1961 deal with a transfer pricing...
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Res Judicata - A Brief Study
Published : March 16, 2013 | Author : arnav.upes | Rating :
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The concept of Res Judicata finds its evolvement from the English Common Law system, being derived from the overriding concept of judicial economy, consistency, and finality. From the common law, it got included in the Code of Civil Procedure,1908 and which was later as a whole was adopted by the Indian legal system....
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Karta of a Family / Hindu Law
Published : March 16, 2013 | Author : arnav.upes | Rating :
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Karta means manager of joint family and joint family properties. He is the person who takes care of day to day expenses of the family looks after the family and protects the joint family properties...
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International war crimes
Published : March 15, 2013 | Author : chitvanbakshi31 | Rating :
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War crimes under International Criminal statute are divided into four categories. War crimes in international arm conflicts are covered by article 8(2)(a) which prescribes grave breaches of Geneva Conventions of 12th august 1949, and by article 8(2)(b)(hereinafter GC IV) which prescribes other serious violations of laws and customs applicable in international armed conflict, within the established framework of international law....
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Appointment, Disqualification And Liabilities Of Directors of A Company: A Legal Perspective
Published : March 11, 2013 | Author : Sudha Reddy | Rating :
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On incorporation, a company becomes a legal artificial person but it cannot act by itself and consequently it has to depend upon some human agency to act in its name...
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Female Juvenile: Law and Society
Published : March 10, 2013 | Author : shayan | Rating :
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The Juvenile justice system in India contemplates the legal response with respect to two categories of children, namely those who are in conflict with law as they have committed a crime and those who are in need of care and protection for the children who are deprived and marginalized sections of society. The primary framework which deals with juvenile justice is The Juvenile Justice Act, 1986, Section 2(h) defines that ‘Juvenile’ means a boy who has not attained the age of sixteen years or a girl who has not attained the age of eighteen years. This act thus provides for a special approach towards the prevention and treatment of juvenile delinquency and provides a framework for protection, treatment and rehabilitation of children in the purview of the juvenile justice system. This system does keep both the male and female child under consideration, equally...
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