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Evidential Value of FIR

Evidential Value of FIR Author:  Sakshi R. Patil, PUNE UNIVERSITY, BALAJI LAW COLLEGE INTRODUCTION: First Information Report (FIR) is the earliest form of information of a cognizable offense recorded by the officer-in-charge of the Police station. The term FIR is not used in the Criminal Procedure Code, however, it is information given under sub-section (1)

Places of Worship (Special Provisions) Act, 1991- Unconstitutional

Places of Worship (Special Provisions) Act, 1991- Unconstitutional! Author: Adv. Himanjali Gautam is an Advocate at the Supreme Court of India Founding-Partner at Chambers of Himanjali Gautam, Ex-President- Law Centre 2, Faculty of Law DU, Columnist, Public Speaker and TV Personality. Highlights A recent petition in Supreme Court challenging the Places of Worship (Special Provisions)

Interview with Adv. Mangesh S. Gangalwar, APP, Yavatmal – Maharashtra

Introduction: Adv. Magesh Gangalwar is the Assistant Government Pleader and Additional Public Prosecutor, Yavatmal – Maharashtra Interviewer: Sir, introduce yourself to our viewers and what educational background you have? I am Adv. Mangesh S. Gangalwar and my educational background are B.Sc., LL.B, and LL.M. I also work as an Assistant Government Pleader and Additional Public

International Trade Problems and India: A Study

INTERNATIONAL TRADE PROBLEMS AND INDIA -A STUDY Author: SAKSHI R. PATIL INTRODUCTION: International Trade is the exchange of capital, goods, and services across international boundaries and territories. The trade-in some countries represents a significant share of the Gross Domestic Product (GDP). International trade helps in the expansion of the market across the globe and access

Scope of Competition Law in India

Scope of Competition Law in India Author: Parth Jaisinghani, Symbiosis Law School, Hyderabad Introduction- Statutory bodies are made by parliament and they are non-constitutional bodies. They are given the responsibility to pass the laws and take the decision on behalf of the government just like delegated legislation. Competition Commission of India is one such statutory

Grounds for Divorce in India

GROUNDS FOR DIVORCE Author: Parth Jaisinghani, Symbiosis Law School, Hyderabad INTRODUCTION- Recently, a judgment was passed by Kerala  High Court stating that if a wife forces his husband or threatens him to leave his parents for her then it can be a ground for divorce. The court said this action would be termed as cruelty

Fast Track Arbitration

Fast Track Arbitration Author: Vaishnavi Dandotikar, ICFAI Law School, Hyderabad In India, the Supreme Court is at the top of the judicial setup. It, along with the High Courts, is supposed to be the watchdog of the citizen’s rights. All the provisions for the smooth functioning of the courts are mentioned in parts V and

Certificate Course on Research Methodology, 15th batch by indianlegalsolution.com

About: This course has been designed by indianlegalsolution.com, a top legal website of the country.  The objective of this course is to grow the seeds of proper research methodology among Law students. Features of Our Course: You will Learn Research Methodology through our different Modules which are made under the guidance of top advocates and legal

Prostitution in India

Prostitution in India Author: Vaishnavi Dandotikar, ICFAI Law School, Hyderabad In its recent judgement on the issue, the High Court of Bombay in the case of State of Maharashtra vs A.M. Saraogi and anr., opined,  “There is no provision under the law which makes prostitution per se a criminal offence or punishes a person because