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Examination of Witness and Leading Question

February 17, 2020

According to Merriam-Webster, cross-examination is defined as “the examination of a witness who has already testified in order to check or discredit the witness’s testimony, knowledge, or credibility” The examination of a witness can be classified into three types According to section 137 of the Indian Evidence Act, Examination-in-chief.—The examination of a witness by the […]

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Suit for Defamation

February 16, 2020

SUIT FOR DEFAMATION Author: Shreya Chakraborty, Amity Lawchool, Rajasthan Defamation is basically the communication of a statement out of which claims arise resulting in a negative image to an individual, business, product, group, etc. Whoever by words either spoken or intended to be read, or by visible representations, makes or publishes any imputation concerning any […]

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Mohori Bibee v. Dharmodas Ghose (1903): Case Comment

February 13, 2020

MOHORI BIBEE v. DHARMODAS GHOSE (1903): CASE COMMENT Author: Ankita Karn, REVA University, Bangalore Mohori Bibee v. Dharmodas Ghose (1903): Case Comments Appellant: Mohori Bibee Respondent: Dharmodas Ghose Advocate for Appellant: Watkins Advocate for Respondent: W.W. Box Court: Calcutta High Court Judge: Lord McNaughton, Lord Davey, Lord Lindley, Sir Ford Noth, Sir Andrew Scoble, Sir […]

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Pharmaceutical society of GB V. Boots cash chemists (Southern) Ltd: Case Comment

February 11, 2020

PHARMACEUTICAL SOCIETY OF GB V. BOOTS CASH CHEMISTS (SOUTHERN) LTD: Case Comment Author: Rudrabhishek Chauhan, School of Law, Galgotias University. Court: Court of Appeal of England and Wales [1953] 1 QB 401 Date: 5th February, 1953. Facts: On April 13, 1951, two clients ingested meds from a rack in a drug store, put it in their […]

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Narayan ganesh dastane v. Sucheta narayan dastane: Case Comment

February 8, 2020

Author: Rudrabhishek Chauhan, School of Law, Galgotias University. Court: The Supreme Court of India AIR 1975 1534 Decided On: 19/03/1975 Facts: The appellant is Narayan Ganesh Dastane, a proficient and qualified man who worked on various exercises on a national and worldwide level. The Respondent is Sucheta who is a learned woman whose father capacities as […]

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Order 39 and Order 8 Rule 1 and 2 of Civil Procedure Code (CPC),1908

February 6, 2020

Order 39 and Order 8 Rule 1 and 2 of Civil Procedure Code (CPC),1908 Author: Krishna Bhattacharya, KIIT school of law, Bhubaneshwar, India Order 8 Rule 1 of CPC: According to Order 8 Rule 1 of CPC and the amendment in Commercial Courts Act 2015, written statement in case of the commercial suit could be filed within […]

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How colleges and universities are violating the standards?

February 5, 2020

How colleges and universities are violating the standards? Author: Krishna Bhattacharya, KIIT school of law, Bhubaneshwar, India Nelson Mandela once said: ” Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world”. Education is as powerful as a sword. Education brings can help bring a social change and its impact is huge upon […]

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Judicial Intervention in Religion: Defining new Religious Freedom

February 3, 2020

Judicial Intervention in Religion: Defining new Religious Freedom Author: Krishna Bhattacharya, KIIT school of law, Bhubaneshwar, India India is a secular country and the judiciary has a paramount duty to maintain the status of secularism. There is heavy literature on secularism such as of Donald Eugene Smith who gave a model of secularism where three types of […]

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An Analysis of the Industrial Relations Code Bill 2019

February 2, 2020

An Analysis of the Industrial Relations Code Bill 2019 Author: Tamanna Gupta, RGNUL Introduction Following events of the last year wherein the government had floated a draft Relations code, recently, the Industrial Relations Code Bill 2019 (Bill No. 364 of 2019) introduced by Minister of State for Labour and Employment SantoshGangawar was approved by the […]

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Saffronization of India and the Role of the Government in striking a balance

February 1, 2020

Saffronization of India and the Role of the Government in striking a balance Author: Tamanna Gupta, RGNUL The term Saffronization is a neologism mostly used in the contemporary Indian context, which means an attempt by Hindu nationalists to impose their ideologies, practices, and beliefs on the totality of the population residing in a defined territorial […]

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Tatas V Cyrus Mistry: A big question mark on Corporate Governance

February 1, 2020

Tatas V Cyrus Mistry: A big question mark on Corporate Governance Author: Krishna Bhattacharya, KIIT school of law, Bhubaneshwar, India To unfold the ground for disagreements between the renowned Chairman of Tata Sons, Ratan Tata, and Cyrus Mistry; it is important to know the background of the entire tussle between them. The Mistrys like Tata belonged to […]

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The fallacy in law when it comes to consensual sex among adolescents

January 31, 2020

The fallacy in law when it comes to consensual sex among adolescents Author: Krishna Bhattacharya, KIIT school of law, Bhubaneshwar, India Teenagers or late adolescents ( 16-19 years) behave or have different needs than an earlier generation as every generation is affected by the social, political and economic conditions of that generation. The present generation has easy […]

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Human Rights Violations: India and Global Scale- 2019

January 30, 2020

Human Rights Violations: India and Global Scale- 2019 Author: Tamanna Gupta, RGNUL “Human Rights are not a privilege conferred by the government. They are every human being’s entitlement by virtue of his humanity.”- Mother Teresa. Securing human rights of an individual, community or group is a basic duty of every society and it forms an […]

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Locating the victim in the criminal justice system

January 29, 2020

Locating the victim in the criminal justice system Author: Anchal Bhatheja, NLSIU Introduction The recent NCRB data reveals that crime rates have witnessed a 3% increase as compared to the previous year. This problem is aggravated by a low rate of conviction due to factors like underreporting, lack of legal literacy, judicial delays and executive […]

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Certificate Course on Research Methodology (5th Batch) @indianlegalsolution.com

January 29, 2020

About: This course has been designed by indianlegalsolution.com A Unit of Raghvendra Kumar and Associates LLP (AAO-0844), is a top legal website of the country.  We’re recognized by StartupIndia, Ministry of Commerce and Industry of India, Government of India [DPIIT35711] The objective of this course is to grow the seeds of proper research methodology among the Law students. […]

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