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Online Certificate course on Human Rights (7th Batch)

October 17, 2019

About: This course has been designed to give you an insight into the perspectives of Human Rights. This course will enhance your expertise over the subject and will be an important value in addition to your CV. This course is designed by people having expertise over the subject matter and every module is made in […]

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Difference between Fact in Issue and Relevant Fact

October 9, 2019

Difference between Fact in Issue and Relevant Fact  Author: Ms. Teresa Dhar, CNLU, Patna Q1. Defining clauses: a) Facts – “ ‘Fact’ means and includes— (1) Anything, state of things, or relation of things, capable of being perceived by the senses; (2) Any mental condition of which any person is conscious.” Hence, it could be either be physical […]

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A lethal Judgement: A Critical Analysis of Bucklew vs Precythe

October 8, 2019

A LETHAL JUDGEMENT: A CRITICAL ANALYSIS OF BUCKLEW VS PRECYTHE Author: Ms. Teresa Dhar, CNLU, Patna INTRODUCTION In 1996, Missouri, Russell Bucklew had brutally murdered his girlfriend, her mother and the family that had given shelter and protection to the girlfriend. The brutality of the murder had led to his conviction by the Missouri jury which couldn’t […]

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Why lack of Rules to regulate the conduct of Judges is the actual threat to judiciary

October 7, 2019

Why Lack Of Rules To Regulate The Conduct Of Judges Is The Actual Threat To Judiciary Author: Ms. Teresa Dhar, CNLU, Patna Very recently, the Chief Justice of India, Rajan Gogoi was accused of sexual harassment on a former Supreme Court employee. This allegation is very significant in its nature for several reasons – primarily because the […]

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Decriminalization of Homosexuality: Critical Analysis of the Recent Botswana Judgement

October 7, 2019

DECRIMINALIZATION OF HOMOSEXUALITY: CRITICAL ANALYSIS OF THE RECENT BOTSWANA JUDGMENT Author: Ms. Teresa Dhar, CNLU, Patna Q1. What is the case all about? On 11th June, 2019, in another historic case of decriminalizing homosexuality, the Botswana High Court in LETSWELETSE MOTSHIDIEMANG (Applicant) v. ATTORNEY GENERAL (Respondent) and the LESBIANS, GAYS AND BISEXUALS OF BOTSWANA (LEGABIBO) as […]

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Top 20 Cases on Medical Negligence

October 6, 2019

CASES ON MEDICAL NEGLIGENCE IN INDIA (2016-2019) Author: Ms. Teresa Dhar, CNLU, Patna 1. Name of the case – Kusum Sharma & Ors vs Batra Hospital & Med.Research  Year of the case – 10th February, 2010 Principle – To prosecute a medical professional for negligence under criminal law it must be shown that the accused did something or failed […]

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Blasphemous: On the Blasphemy Law

October 5, 2019

Blasphemous: On the Blasphemy Law Author: Ms. Teresa Dhar, CNLU, Patna. Q1. What is blasphemy? To understand blasphemy, we must understand secularism in the Indian context. In the constitution of India, the word “secular” was added in the preamble by the 42nd Amendment, which made it crystal clear that India is a secular country and […]

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Reference, Review, and Revision under the Code of Civil Procedure,1908.

October 5, 2019

Reference, Review, and Revision under the Code of Civil Procedure,1908. Author: Sudhanshu Sachan, Central University of South Bihar. Reference Meaning of reference-“REFERENCE” is given under Section 113 of the Code of Civil Procedure,1908 and Order 46 of the Code of Civil Procedure,1908 tells about the procedure of sending reference, its essentials, and other conditions. When […]

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The rare of the rarest doctrine.

The rare of the rarest doctrine.

October 2, 2019

The doctrine of Rarest of the rare Author: Sudhanshu Sachan “A punishment to be just should have only that degree of severity which is sufficient to deter others. ”                                                                                             …Beccaria What is the meaning of the doctrine ‘rarest of the rare’? The above-quoted line clearly tells us about one of the objectives of giving […]

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Parameters for granting Interim Injunctions

October 1, 2019

Parameters for granting Interim Injunctions Author: Sudhanshu Sachan, Central University of South Bihar. What do you mean by Injunctions? The Oxford law dictionary defines injunctions as “A judicial order restraining a person from beginning or continuing an action threatening or invading the legal right of another, or compelling a person to carry out a certain […]

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ILSIJLM, Volume 1 Issue 2 (Free Publication)

September 28, 2019

ILSIJLM (Indian Legal Solution International Journal of Law and Management) is an E-journal (A Unit of Raghvendra Kumar and Associates LLP, Reg no. AAO-0844) and International Issue of our National Journal ‘Indian Legal Solution Journal of Criminal and Constitutional Law (ISSN: 2581-8465)’. The team is currently working in the field of Free Legal Assistance and […]

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New FDI approval regime.

September 19, 2019

New FDI approval regime Author: Shubham Mathur, HPNLU. Apart from being a critical driver of economic growth, foreign direct investment (FDI) is a major source of non-debt financial resource for the economic development of India. Foreign companies invest in India to take advantage of relatively lower wages, special investment privileges such as tax exemptions, etc. […]

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Online Certificate course on Human Rights (6th Batch)

September 15, 2019

Online Certificate Course on Human Rights This course has been designed to give you an insight into perspectives of Human Rights. This course will enhance your expertise over the subject and will be an important value in addition to your CV. This course is designed by people having expertise over the subject matter and every […]

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Certificate Course on Research Methodology (4th Batch) @ indianlegalsolution.com

September 12, 2019

About: The objective of this course is to grow the seeds of proper research methodology among the Law students. It is very crucial to learn how to research properly as it is the whacking part of the Research i.e. Research Methodology. Without Proper researching skills, a law student is the same as of the empty […]

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