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2nd E-Justice India Online Quiz Competition on Criminal Law : Register by 20 August

August 3, 2020

2nd E-Justice India Online Quiz Competition on Criminal Law About E-Justice India E-Justice India is India’s Leading Online legal Portal dedicated to Law students, Lawyers & Attorneys. Its aim is to provide free Education in Indian Legal Sector. Through this Portal, we set-up towards Right to Education. Our Portal provides Legal News, Law Articles, Leading […]

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Assault and Battery

Assault and Battery in Personal Injury

August 12, 2020

Assault and Battery Author : Prity Kumari Assault and Battery are the two facets of civil as well as criminal cases. These are the two separate legal concepts with distinct elements. They are intentional torts, meaning they can serve as the basis for a civil lawsuit demanding compensation in the form of monetary damages. An […]

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PIGEON HOLE THEORY

August 11, 2020

PIGEON HOLE THEORY Author : Monalisha Singh A general question of debate is whether or not the topic of tort should be called as ‘Law of Torts’ or ‘Law of Tort’. Consistent with Salmond it’s law of torts and in his support he proposed the Pigeon Hole Theory. Salmond in his book asked an issue […]

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SEDITION LAWS IN INDIA

August 11, 2020

SEDITION LAWS IN INDIA Author : SYEDA KHIZRA RIZVI Abstract Sedition means, any act or speech which leads to insurrection against the State. As per Section 124A of Indian Penal Code, 1860, “sedition is a said to be a cognizable offence against the State by any individual whoever, by words or by gesture or by […]

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BASICS OF COPYRIGHT LAW

August 11, 2020

BASICS OF COPYRIGHT LAW Author : Monalisha Introduction: Copyright was recognized after the invention of the press in the 15th century, which made it possible to reproduce works. Copyright is valid for a specified period of time after which the work is considered published domain. Means that tenure of copyright with the author if lifetime […]

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THE ACT DOES NOT CREATE GUILT TILL THE MIND IS GUILTY

August 11, 2020

THE ACT DOES NOT CREATE GUILT TILL THE MIND IS GUILTY Author : Nishi Ved Abstract People’s brain are complex beings. One does not feel guilty of killing a man whereas the other even hit by a slight shoulder punch says sorry. In law how does one define the motive, the intension of person to […]

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Allahabad HC only hear urgent matter between 12th to 16th August due to pandemic.

August 10, 2020

Today, Allahabad High Court have announced for the closure of the Pragyaraj and Lucknow Benches of the Court within duration of 12th to 16th August, 2020 due to spike number of coronavirus infections.  The urgent matter mentioned between August 12th and 14th will be heard by the Chief Justice at the Pragyaraj Bench and a […]

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Delhi HC Issue Notice to plea challenging UPSC preliminary examination notice

August 10, 2020

Today, the Delhi High Court issued notice for a petition which challenged the preliminary examination notice issued by the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) to direct recruitment to 24 civil services of the Union of India under case Sambhavana vs. Union of India. The bench comprising of Justice DN Patel and Prateek Jalan hearing the […]

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SC REJECTS BHUSHAN’s ‘APOLOGY’ AND DECIDES TO HEAR 2009 CONTEMPT CASE AGAINST PRASHANT BUSHAN.

August 10, 2020

Supreme Court today announces that it will hear the 2009 contempt case against the lawyer cum activist named Prashant Bhushan from 17 th August 2020. The honourable SC denied to accept the explanation provided by Bhushan on account of one of the statement made by later to one of the magazine named Tehelka in 2009, […]

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FIRST ONLINE LOK ADALAT CONDUCTED IN DELHI

August 10, 2020

The first ever e-Lok Adalat was organised in Delhi on 8 th August by the Delhi State Legal Services Authority along with the support of National Legal Services Authority. Legal functionaries from all over the world attended the accomplishment ceremony. Keeping in mind the current pandemic condition innovative idea of e-Lok Adalat’s has been devised, […]

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Retaliatory attacks in India Surge Lockdown

August 10, 2020

Retaliatory attacks in India Surge Lockdown Author : VIBHISHEK YADAV Banning of Chinese apps is a digital strike. In today’s modern arena, no country can afford physical wars thereby war can be waged in the form of trade relations, cyber and potentially with a supply chain conflicts.  India government banned 59 Chinese apps including the […]

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