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Plea-Bargaining: Present Status in India
Published : May 05, 2011 | Author : hitesh050991 | Rating :
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This is a bit new concept under Indian Law which was introduced after the amendment Act of 2005 in Code of Criminal Procedure. it is showing the present position of Plea-Bargaining that at what level judiciary has reached and whether its application is getting successful in India...
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Regionalism & Regional Trade Regulation
Published : May 02, 2011 | Author : kaushikdhar | Unrated
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Regionalism is playing and important role the development of a region. Though it is criticised that it is hindering the development of the multilateral trading system but few problems which have not been raised and discussed in multilateral trading system, has been discussed in regional organisation and hence leading to economic development of a particular region...
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Should Women Be Given Coparcenary Rights?
Published : April 30, 2011 | Author : pallavi ghorpade | Rating :
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Since time immemorial the framing of all property laws have been exclusively for the benefit of man, and woman has been treated as subservient, and dependent on male support. The right to property is important for the freedom and development of a human being. Prior to the Hindu Succession Act, 1956 shastric and customary laws that varied from region to region governed Hindus and sometimes it varied in the same region on a caste basis resulting in diversity in the law...
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Development Of Laws Relating To Marine Insurance In India
Published : April 30, 2011 | Author : ruturajshinde@legalserviceindia.com | Rating :
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Marine Insurance is not of recent origin. Its existence can be traced back to several centuries. Questions concerning it have naturally been coming up for a number of years and the law concerning it had taken a definite shape much prior to 1906 when the English Marine Insurance Act was passed with a view to codify that law. Contrary to popular belief, Lloyds’ of London was not the first group of people to offer insurance for maritime commerce. The first form of marine insurance dates back to the year 3000 BC when Chinese merchants dispersed their shipments amongst several vessels so as to abridge the possibility of damage to the product(s). The earliest account of insurance came in the form of ‘bottomry’, a monetary payment that protects traders from debt if merchandise is lost or damaged...
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Goods & Services Tax - Feasibilty in India
Published : April 26, 2011 | Author : navreet | Rating :
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It talks about the Goods and Services Tax and its working.Its benefits and its disadvantages. how it will affect the Constitution and how there would be a need for amendments. And how it will affect the economy...
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Micro Finance & The Indian Economy
Published : April 26, 2011 | Author : Shipra | Rating :
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Micro Finance is an emerging concept which plays a vital role in the development of the low-income groups. It acts as building block of our economy. It saves people from the inflating rate of interest. However, it also has certain shortcomings which must not be overlooked in a developing economy like India.
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Private Nuisance in Tort Law
Published : April 23, 2011 | Author : Vineet_Bhalla | Rating :
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This essay will attempt to explain what exactly falls under the ambit of private nuisance in the law of torts.
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Liability for Psychiatric Injury
Published : April 23, 2011 | Author : Vineet_Bhalla | Rating :
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This essay aims to highlights the evolution of the legal position on psychiatric injury in the light of landmark English cases...
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Anti-Terrorism Laws
Published : April 22, 2011 | Author : Aditi Singh | Unrated
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Terrorism has immensely affected India. The reasons for terrorism in India may vary vastly from religious to geographical to caste to history...
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Case Comment on Priyadarshini Matoo case
Published : April 21, 2011 | Author : richasrivastav09 | Rating :
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This article thrusts on the review of the judgement delivered by the Supreme Court in Priyadarshini Matoo case in October 2010...
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Administrative law
Published : April 20, 2011 | Author : chitwan | Rating :
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According to the definition of Sir Ivon Jennings” Administrative Law can be defined as a law relating to administration. It determines the organization, powers and duties of administrative authorities...
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Human Rights dimension of a healthy environment
Published : April 19, 2011 | Author : verashrivastav | Unrated
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Man and nature have, since the inception of mankind, shared a symbiotic relationship. Each individual is entitled to a healthy environment. It is a sad truth that our ideals of a healthy environment are diminishing by the day as urban areas grow with the increase in the industrial buzz , resulting in environmental deterioration....
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Gender Justice: A Comparative Study of U.K., U.S.A., E.U. & India
Published : April 19, 2011 | Author : verashrivastav | Rating :
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Over the centuries, as traditional patriarchal customs and laws became more deeply entrenched, women’s lives became more restricted and oppressed. Most women were still denied education and their lives revolved around home making and managing...
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Politicians, Police & Criminal nexus
Published : April 18, 2011 | Author : srideep | Rating :
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Rule of law is the cornerstone of a democratic country. It is the cement of the Indian society to make it function in an ideal manner. The nexus between politicians, police and criminal has become the greatest threat to the rule of law of our country....
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Is Capitalism dead
Published : April 13, 2011 | Author : sujay_ilnu | Unrated
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its about the theories of capitalism and whether the current need of todays time is capitalism or any other economic system....
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Honour Killing A Bane Or A Boon?
Published : April 11, 2011 | Author : arnav | Rating :
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Honour Killing refers to the killing of family members, mainly females, in order to keep up the family pride, which they are said to harm by doing any shameful act such as running away from the house, love marriage etc...
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Juvenile delinquency
Published : April 11, 2011 | Author : arnav | Rating :
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Juvenile delinquency refers to the antisocial or criminal activity of the child (below 16 years of age for boys and 18 years for girls) which violates the law. In true context, that same activity would have been a crime if it was committed by the adult...
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Judicial Accountability of Grameen Banks
Published : April 10, 2011 | Author : shishirakhouri | Unrated
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An insight into the participatory methods used by Grameen Bank...
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Restorative Justice & Weaker Sections
Published : April 06, 2011 | Author : karanshubh | Rating :
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Restorative Justice is a problem-solving approach to crime which involves the parties themselves, and the community generally, in an active relationship with statutory agencies. Restorative Justice is a way of seeing crime as more than breaking the law in the context of the weaker sections of the society...
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Writs in Indian society & its execution
Published : April 06, 2011 | Author : pallavi ghorpade | Rating :
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In India Article 32 and 226 of the Constitution gives power to the Supreme Court and High Court to issue writs in case of breach of Fundamental rights of any citizen by the state. By such writs the Judiciary can control the administrative actions and prevent any kind of arbitrary use of power and discretion...
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