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Can a Gift Deed be challenged in India?
Published : October 07, 2017 | Author : Nidhi Verma | Rating :
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Gifts are used by all human beings as means of expressing their love to someone near and dear. Even though gifting is a common habit, most people do not know the legal implications of a gift.
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Legalization of Prostitution in India: Need of the hour
Published : October 05, 2017 | Author : MD SAHABUDDIN MONDAL | Rating :
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In this paper we will be focusing mainly on the relation of prostitution and Indian history along with the psychology of the person buying or selling sex, the problems faced by the sex workers and how legalization of prostitution can help improve the scenario, and not forgetting that prostitution is not all about the female prostitutes but also the male counter-part, although less in number and not in a miserable condition as that of the former but as Article 14, of the Indian Constitution
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Taj Mahal Palace: Now A Registered Trademark
Published : October 04, 2017 | Author : Sugaandh Kochhar | Rating :
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This Article aims to discuss the landmark decision of the Trademark Office to grant a trademark to the first ever building in India.
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Iritech Inc. v. Controller of Patents
Published : October 04, 2017 | Author : Sugaandh Kochhar | Rating :
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This Article is a Case commentary that aims to explain the powers under Sectipn 11B of the Patents Act,1970.
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Concept of Crime
Published : October 03, 2017 | Author : Rukhman Singh | Rating :
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Unlike torts, crime is not just a wrong against an individual but is also a wrong committed against the society or a public wrong and includes acts like murder, rape and theft to mention a few.
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Copyright License For Playing Music
Published : October 03, 2017 | Author : Almtlegal | Rating :
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One of the common questions asked is whether you require a copyright license for playing any musical work, video or sound recording in any wedding function, birthday parties, etc. The answer to this question mainly depends upon (i) whether a copyright exists in such work; and (ii) whether any act would amount to reproduction or performance of such work to the public.
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Perjury Under Indian Law
Published : October 03, 2017 | Author : jasrajsinghrajawat | Unrated
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Whoever intentionally gives false evidence in any stage of a judicial proceeding, or fabricates false evidence for the purpose of being used in any stage of a judicial proceeding, shall be punished with imprisonment of either description for a term which may extend to seven years, and shall also be liable to fine; and whoever intentionally gives or fabricates false evidence in any other case, shall be punished with imprisonment of either description for a term which may extend to three years, and shall also be liable to fine.
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Feminism and Equality: Make A Balance
Published : September 30, 2017 | Author : deeptiverma | Unrated
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misuse of laws and gender specific laws in India causing violation of Fundamental rights.
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Evolution of Right to privacy as Fundamental right
Published : September 22, 2017 | Author : asthasaxena1 | Rating :
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This Article shows how Indian Judiciary from past years has been dealing with the issue of Right to privacy and now declaring it as a fundamental right in recent judgment has become law of land.
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Law and Morality
Published : September 18, 2017 | Author : Ranjini2 | Unrated
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Issues of law and morality are inter-linked . Debates on abortion , homosexuality , prostitution etc. inevitably involve moral arguments . Natural law theorists had argued for the pre-eminence of individual rights . But legal positivists have sought to disassociate questions of law from morality . They want to analyse law as it is rather than what it should be.
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Compulsory Licensing on Foreign Direct Investment
Published : September 18, 2017 | Author : nivedha krishnamurti | Rating :
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This article scrutinizes the interrelationship between the issuance of compulsory licenses for essential medicines and the influx of FDI. Specifically, it discovers the latent for collective action and bargaining on the part of licensing nations to minimize FDI losses while conserving access.
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Loopholes in POCSO
Published : September 16, 2017 | Author : s.aatif23 | Unrated
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The article aims at highlighting flaws and shortcomings in a relatively recent legislation, the Protection of Children from Sexual Offences Act, 2012
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Article 131 of the Indian Constitution
Published : September 08, 2017 | Author : Pranitha Pai | Rating :
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Article 131 of the constitution is unique because of the fact that Supreme Court has the power to directly listen to matters between 2 states governments or between the Centre and the state, thus the author wanted to understand more of this article and so has tried to read and summarise the fundamental principles of the article
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Human Elements in the Administration of Justice
Published : September 05, 2017 | Author : rajatnlu | Unrated
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Courts are to dispense justice, not to dispense with Justice. And, Justice to be dispensed is not palmetre Justice or idiosyncratic justice.
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legalizing abortion in India
Published : September 05, 2017 | Author : rajatnlu | Unrated
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Its not Planned Parenthoods fault-there are no good reasons to support abortion, other than serious health issues of the mother or baby. Also, I believe that Planned Parenthood serves many valuable functions
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Draconian law of section 377 IPC
Published : September 05, 2017 | Author : s.aatif23 | Rating :
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The article aims at highlighting the loopholes in section 377 IPC
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Justice As Fairness
Published : September 05, 2017 | Author : Ranjini2 | Unrated
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The conception of justice as faifness was given by John Rawls in his book A Theory Of Justice 1971. He describes certain basic minimum principles on which any conception of justice has to be based. Such principles of justice have to arrived at from an original position under a veil of ignorance.
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No, Trade secrets are no alternative to Patent protection
Published : September 04, 2017 | Author : Ujjwal.Jha | Rating :
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The article tries to explain the differences between Patent protection and Trade secrets. It is written in a precise manner to demonstrate how Patent protection is always better than Trade secret option. A couple of examples/cases are also cited to support the write-up.
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Divorce on Adultery
Published : September 04, 2017 | Author : nitish788 | Unrated
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Under the Hindu Marraige Act, 1955 adultery word is not used in the Section 13 1(i) of the HMA 1955
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Protection of minority shareholders in a company under companies Act, 2013
Published : August 31, 2017 | Author : nivedha krishnamurti | Rating :
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Upon careful examination of the provisions of the CA 2013 it can be ascertained that legislative intent in CA 2013 is to safeguard the minority interest in a more comprehensive manner. However, the provisions of CA 2013 not only requires proper implementation upon addressing the present lacunas but also requires instilling confidence in the minority shareholders with respect to the institutional and regulatory mechanism which ensures that interest of minority shareholders shall be given due consideration.
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