Author: Indian Legal Solution

Employment Laws in a GIG Economy

September 6, 2019

EMPLOYMENT LAWS IN A GIG ECONOMY What Is the Gig Economy? The term ‘gig economy’ is not unfamiliar to us anymore. Factors like the internet, digitalization, and advancement in information technology have changed the overall functioning of the market dynamics across the world. The gig economy, also known as “on-demand”, “open talent” or “sharing economy”, […]

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Animal Rights: Issues and Challenges faced by the Government.

September 6, 2019

ISSUES AND CHALLENGES FACED BY GOVERNMENT IN REGULATION OF ANIMAL RIGHTS ANIMALS – A HETACOMB Author: Ms.Lepakshi Thakur, Chanderprabhu Jain College of Higher Studies India is home to several religious traditions promoting non-violence and concern towards animals and has passed a number of animal welfare reforms since 1960. India is also one of the world’s leading […]

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Anticipatory Bail: Detailed Discussion.

September 6, 2019

THE CONCEPT OF ANTICIPATORY BAIL Author: Ms.Lepakshi Thakur, Chanderprabhu Jain College of Higher Studies & Badal Khurana, GGSIPU Introduction The fundamental right to liberty is one of the most significant rights as it is not only a fundamental right but also a natural right of an individual. However, every person has to respect the rights of […]

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Laws on Food Adulteration

September 5, 2019

EMPLOYMENT LAWS ON FOOD ADULTERATION Author: Ms.Lepakshi Thakur, Chanderprabhu Jain College of Higher Studies Food adulteration is the process by which the value of the food or its produces is abridged through the accumulation of an alien or inferior substance or the elimination of a vital element. Food adulteration is of 3 types: Intentional adulteration Incidental […]

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PIL in Supreme Court seeks uniform Security Measures in all Courts across the country.

September 4, 2019

PIL in Supreme Court seeks uniform Security Measures in all Courts across the country. Author: Ms.Lepakshi Thakur, Chanderprabhu Jain College of Higher Studies There have been a large number of mishappenings /crimes of violence which have taken place within the court and the court premises thus endangering the lives of the public and court officials present over there. Citizens have the […]

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Jallikattu: Traditional Bull Taming Test.

September 4, 2019

JALLIKATTU – Traditional Bull Taming Fest Author: Ms.Lepakshi Thakur, Chanderprabhu Jain College of Higher Studies The word jallikattu or sallikattu is derived from salli meaning ‘coins’ and kattu meaning ‘package’, which denotes a prize of coins that are tied to the bull’s horns and that participants attempt to rescue. Jallikattu (or sallikkattu), also known as eru thazhuvuthal and manju virattu, is a traditional demonstration in which a bull, such […]

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Space Laws: An Analysis

September 3, 2019

Analysis of Space Laws Author: Ms. Vaishali Malhotra, Kurukshetra University I.Introduction The commencement of space exploration and rapid advancement unexpectedly created and highlighted off another field of law which is known as the law of outer space or the space law. Space law refers to that area of law which helped in helps in regulating activities […]

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Importance of Economics in Law

September 2, 2019

Importance of Economics in Law[1] Author: Ms. Vaishali Malhotra, Kurukshetra University. Introduction Economics is a subject matter that is based upon human behavior which plays a very prominent role in many aspects of the law. Economics is always interested to know law and as per my opinion, every lawyer should know about economics concept as law deal […]

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National Commission for Women Act, 1990- Detailed Analysis

September 2, 2019

National Commission for Women Act, 1990- Detailed Analysis Author: Ms. Vaishali Malhotra, Kurukshetra University. I. Introduction As we know, women since ages have been struggling to be recognized as equal as to the men. They have been socially and professionally neglected by society. In every aspect of life women are treated to be as inferior in respect […]

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Growing Medical Negligence

September 2, 2019

Growth of Medical Negligence Author: Ms. Vaishali Malhotra, Kurukshetra University Introduction Medical Negligence simply means the breach of a legal duty to care in the Healthcare profession. It refers to the carelessness in a matter in which the law mandates carefulness. Breach of this duty by the medical expert gives a patient the right to initiate […]

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Justice K.S. Puttaswamy (Retd) vs Union of India, 2018: Case Comment

September 2, 2019

Case comment on Justice K.S. Puttaswamy (Retd) vs Union of India, 2018 Author: Vaishali Malhotra, Kurukshetra University. Justice K.S. Puttaswamy (Retd) vs Union of India,2018 Writ Petition  (Civil ) NO 494 OF 2012 Bench: [ K Kaul], [ D Chandrachud], [ K Agrawal], [ S Khehar], [ A Bobde], [ A Nazeer], [ D Chandrachud], […]

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DNA Technology (Use and Application) Regulation Bill, 2018

September 1, 2019

DNA Technology (Use and Application) Regulation Bill,2018 Author: Ms. Vaishali Malhotra, Kurukshetra University I.Introduction On 4th January 8, 2019 landmark decision was taken by Lok Sabha by passing “DNA Technology (Use and Application) Regulation Bill – 2019” (here after referred as “Bill”). In August, 2018 DNA Technology (Use and Application) Regulation Bill – 2019 has  been […]

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Dissolution of a Company: Complete Process

September 1, 2019

Dissolution of a Company Author: Ms. Vaishali Malhotra, Kurukshetra University I. Introduction:  A company is said to be dissolved when it is ceased to be  exist as a corporate entity. After dissolution, the company’s name must  be struck off from the Registrar from the Register of Companies. The owner of the company must publish about the […]

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Torture and violence on children by parents

August 31, 2019

TORTURE AND VIOLENCE INFLICTED ON CHILDREN BY PARENTS  Author: Ms. Lepakshi Thakur, Chanderprabhu Jain College of Higher Studies The study intended to detect the characteristics and frequency of physical and emotional violence against children by their biological parents and the relationship between children’s characteristics, family factors and the extent of violent acts against children. Families […]

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