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E-Justice India is Organizing a webinar on Rights of women

July 21, 2020

Webinar on Rights of women “I raise up my voice not so that I can shout, but so that those without a voice can be heard. We cannot all succeed when half of us are held back.”  –  Malala Yousafzai Every woman should be well aware of her legal rights and it is the duty of […]

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Article 30 of The Constitution of India

July 21, 2020

While framing the Indian Constitution it was made sure that no group based on any rational pillar is left behind in the society, and every individual and units of society are given equal opportunities to gain knowledge and conserve their educational, religious and cultural rights. Article 30 of the Indian Constitution gives the fundamental right […]

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Case Summary : Abhayanand Mishra Vs. The State of Bihar

July 21, 2020

Author : Darshi Sanghvi EQUIVALENT CITATIONS:          AIR 1961 SC 1698 BENCH          Hon’ble Justice Raghubar Dayal INTRODUCTION A crime is often seen as an act upon which a society looks down and which shocks the conscience of the public at large. In the realm of criminal law, the commission of a crime comprises of […]

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Article 25 of Indian constitution

July 21, 2020

Author : SUMUKH  AGGARWAL of Law College Dehradun Article  25  of  the  Indian  Constitution  is  one  of  the foremost  fundamental  right  deals  with  the  freedom  of  conscience  and  right  to  profess,  practice  and  propagate  the  religion.  Like  other  fundamental  rights  this  is  also  not  absolute  but  subject  to  certain  reasonable  restrictions.  The  soul  of  this  […]

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DEMOCRACY BEHIND BARS

July 21, 2020

Author :- Prapti Derasari “Liberty is a dearly what commodity and prisons are factories where it is manufactured…” – Mahatma Gandhi Introduction: “Society” – the whole group of people living together more or less on ordered community. Society is one, that teaches us everything like how to survive within group of people? How to behave […]

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Case Summary : A Gopaiah vs. The State of Andhra Pradesh

July 21, 2020

Author : Darshi Sanghvi EQUIVALENT CITATIONS:          1978 CriLJ 798 BENCH M Rao, Punnayya INTRODUCTION The significance of the Indian Penal Code in the efficient administration of justice cannot be stressed enough. It is this set of rules that covers all the substantive aspects of criminal law and gives an apt punishment to the culprits. […]

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Case Summary : A. Maharaja vs State of Tamil Nadu

July 21, 2020

Author : Darshi Sanghvi EQUIVALENT CITATIONS:          SLP (Crl.) No. 2270 of 2008 BENCH          Arijit Pasayat, Mukundakam Sharma INTRODUCTION Murder is regarded as one of the most serious crimes in our society, which undoubtedly demands harsh punishments. Section 300 of the IPC speaks of murder and rightly states situations in which if a murder […]

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Kovise Foundation Conflict Resolution International is organizing a Webinar on the Topic ‘Tribunal Secretaries in International Arbitration’

July 21, 2020

Kovise Foundation Conflict Resolution International (KFCRI) under the guidance of the Project Advisor, Mr.V.Inbavijayan the institution will be conducting a Webinar on the Topic ‘Tribunal Secretaries in International Arbitration’ The Panelist leading the webinar is Dr. Ole Jensen. He is an Associate at Wilmer Cutler Pickering Hale and Dorr LLP. The session shall be moderated […]

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Patanjali has been restrained from using Trademark “CORONIL” until 30th July 2020.

July 21, 2020

On the 17th July 2020, in the High Court of Judicature at Madras restrained Patanjali to use Trademark “CORONIL” until 30th July 2020. The application filed under Order XIV Rule 8 of O.S Rules R/w Order XXXIX Rule 1 and 2 of Civil Procedure of Code praying to pass and order of an interim injunction […]

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SC says need to regulate electronic media; Centre bats for journalistic freedom

Supreme Court order to compensate for the Justice delayed.

July 21, 2020

The quote by William E. Gladstone “Justice delayed is justice denied” which violates the principle of natural justice. On the 17th July 2020, the Supreme Court of India upheld the decision of the High Court of Calcutta for a special level petition.  The petitioner Bharat Coking Coal Limited was directed to compensate the respondent the […]

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