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Online Certificate Course on Human Rights (Batch – 1)

July 7, 2020

About E-Justice India E-Justice India is India’s Leading Online legal Portal dedicated to Law students, Lawyers & Attorneys. It’s aim is to provide Education in Indian Legal Sector. Through this Portal, we set-up towards Right to Education. Our Portal provides Law School Review, Legal News, Law Articles, Leading Case Summary, Law Notes, Certificate Courses, Free […]

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Case Summary: Absar Alam vs State of Bihar

July 16, 2020

Citation: AIR 2012 (2) SCC 728 Bench: Justice A.K Patnaik, Justice Swantanter Kumar INTRODUCTION In this case the court held that the murder was extremely brutal and one of the rarest of the rare case. The appellant’s wife ran away and he accused his mother as the reason and murdered her. The court decided upon […]

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Case Summary: AG. Ramchandran vs Shamsunnisa Bibi

July 16, 2020

Author : Neha Singh Citation: AIR 1977 Mad 182, (1977) 1 MLJ 482 Bench: Justice Ramanujam INTRODUCTION This case is a face off of provisions of legitimacy of a child in Muslim Personal law and section 112 of Indian Evidence Act. In this case it was held that the Evidence Act is a very general […]

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Case Summary : Alister Anthony Pareira v. State of Maharashtra

July 16, 2020

Author : Prity Kumari Citations-  (2012)2 SCC 648 Bench- SB Singh, Harjit Singh Bedi Introduction- It was seen that in earlier cases of drunken driving resulting in an accident were being determined in accordance with sections 337 and 338 of the Indian Penal Code, 1860. Under these sections, there are provisions with warrant maximum punishments […]

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Should detention be continued if ideology remains same?

July 16, 2020

Jammu and Kashmir High Court Bar Association President Mian Abdual Qayoom was is about to complete his detention period on 7th August,2020. The Supreme Court today has asked the government of Jammu and Kashmir if the detention was required as the expiry of the same is near. The petition challenged to prevent detention of Qayoom […]

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Maratha reservation case: SC schedules 3 day-to-day hearings

July 16, 2020

The Supreme Court today (July 15) said that it will hear on a day-to-day basis petitions challenging the constitutional validity of a Maratha reservation in education and jobs by the Maharashtra government. The hearings start on July 27. The bench, comprising Justices L Nageswara Rao, Hemant Gupta and S Ravindra Bhatt, has directed all parties […]

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DOWRY SYSTEM IN INDIA

July 15, 2020

Author :- Mayank Gupta Firstly, the dowry system in India existed even before the British time, but at that time the dowry system which is followed by the people was different. The parents used to give gifts to their bride at the time of marriage as it was all same as the parents used to […]

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Free Online Certificate Course on Intellectual Property Rights (Apply by 29 July)

July 15, 2020

Course Details This Course is provided by E-Justice India This is a Module Based Course. The Course duration will be 28 Days, i.e From 2nd August to 30th August. Course Instructor : Mr. Abhishek Singh (Advocate) Practising in Allahabad High Court. The Course is comprised of the following modules. Introduction to Intellectual Property Trademark Law […]

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Legal Perspective on COVID-19 In India

July 15, 2020

Author :- Omkar Trimbak Introduction:-                                        Coronavirus disease is spreading form person to person by coming in close contact with one another. To control this disease and prevent the spread of coronavirus, it is necessary to break the chain of spreading coronavirus through one person to another.  Therefore, many rules, regulations and ordinances are applying in […]

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COVID 19:THE LEGAL FRAME WORK BEHIND NATIONWIDE LOCKDOWN

July 15, 2020

Author :- Madhurika De To quote the Prime Minister, “Every State of the country, every Union Territory, every district, every municipality, every village, every street, every locality is being put under lockdown. This is an effect of curfew only.” In history of independent India for the first time, lockdown became a need of hour due to […]

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Sealed envelope reply: Delhi HC asks govt to clarify why Army men need to delete social media apps

July 15, 2020

The Delhi High Court on Tuesday (July 14) directed the central government to submit its response in a sealed envelope mentioning the policy under which Indian Army personnel were asked to delete their social media accounts. The division bench, presided by Justice Rajiv Sahai Endlaw and Justice Asha Menon was hearing a petition filed by […]

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