Interviews/Articles

Interview of senior Advocate Mr. Prem Francis, High Court of Jabalpur, M.P.

November 20, 2018

Never stop your thought process, evaluate it, pen it down and see the improvement.   Q1. When did you got to know that you want to chase law as your career, and what gave you the boost to reach the level you are now?   In fact, this root goes to my career thought now, […]

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Fugitive Economic Offender Bill.

November 19, 2018

Fugitive Economic Offender Bill Author : Manish Goyal, CNLU, Patna. There have been several instances of economic offenders fleeing the jurisdiction of Indian courts, anticipating the commencement, or during the pendency, of criminal proceedings. The absence of such offenders from Indian courts has several deleterious consequences – it hampers investigation in criminal cases; it wastes precious […]

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Rights of Registrar of Companies.

November 18, 2018

Rights and Duties of Registrar of Companies Author : Manish Goyal, CNLU, Patna. The Registrar of Companies (ROC) as defined under Section 2 of the Companies Act, 2013, is appointed by the Ministry of Corporate Affairs which is responsible for the regulation of Indian companies. At present, there are 22 Registrars of Companies holding offices in […]

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Interview of Padma Shri Prof. Shantha Sinha.

November 13, 2018

Interview of  Professor Shantha Sinha: Introduction: Prof. Shantha Sinha is a professional social activist , she is known for her voice against Child labour, she is the founder of Mamidipudi Venkatarangaiya Foundation and also headed the National Commission for Protection of Child rights twice. She also won the highest civilian Award of Padmashree for her […]

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Are cameras in Public places an invasion of Privacy?

November 12, 2018

Are cameras in Public places an invasion of Privacy : Author : Priyanka Arthimalla, Damodaram Sanjivayya National Law University, Visakhapatnam. With the recent judgment making Right to privacy, a fundamental right , several obligations raised on the part of governing officials, one of the issue that is being discussed is , surveillance on public and raising concerns […]

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Theft and Robbery

November 10, 2018

Theft and Robbery Author : Ayush Kumar Jain, Presidency University, Bangalore. Theft Theft refers to the act of dishonestly removing something from a person’s possession without the person’s consent or knowledge. In common parlance we use the term stealing. However in order to invite the application of the term theft there are certain parameters which we need […]

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Rights of mesne mortgagee.

November 8, 2018

Rights of mesne mortgagee Author : Ayush Kumar Jain, Presidency University, Bangalore. Introduction The original Section 94 of the Transfer of Property Act, 1882 was repealed by the Civil Procedure Code. 1908. This section corresponds with Section 75 of the Act, prior to the amendment of 1929. According to Section 75 of the Transfer of Property Act, […]

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Copyright violations on YouTube.

November 6, 2018

Author : Diksha Mahla. Download Full Paper,  Click Here.   Introduction Around 1 million website links were removed recently by Google which infringed the copyrights (including music, movies, software). If you create something new and interesting then you don’t want anyone else to get profit from that idea and this has resulted in the emergence […]

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Culpable Homicide

November 6, 2018

Culpable Homicide Author : Ayush Kumar Jain, Presidency University, Bangalore. Culpable Homicide is defined in Section 299 of the Indian Penal Code, 1860. It consist of both physical and mental element, where an act is committed which is done with the intention of causing death or with such knowledge that the act which he or she […]

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Offences against human body.

November 4, 2018

OFFENCES AGAINST HUMAN BODY   Author : KAVYA JHAWAR   Humans, who claim to be the only intelligible species on this earth, feels they have humanity amongst them but the fact is that the humans in 21st century are the ones who do not have humanistic approach; they are self-centred. They think only about themselves […]

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Private defense : A Right.

October 28, 2018

Private defense Author : Mr. varenyam shukla, Rajiv Gandhi University of Law   The state has the duty to protect its citizens and their property from harm. However, circumstances may arise when the aid of state machinery is not available and there is imminent danger to a person or his property. In such situations, a person […]

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How Right To Privacy Impacts Aadhaar?

October 26, 2018

How Right To Privacy Impacts Aadhaar Author : Mr. varenyam shukla, Rajiv Gandhi University of Law. Overview With much appreciation and fame over the past month coming to the ‘Right to Privacy is a fundamental right’ judgement by the Supreme Court, there still exists the issue of Aadhaar being valid or not which is still pending. […]

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Banking regulations in India.

October 20, 2018

Author : Sakshi Singh Faculty of Law, BHU The banking sector in India as we see today developed and evolved in the last decade of the 18th Century. It was in the post-independence period that the government started to get involved in the economic matters of the nation, be it, private individual. India’s independence marked […]

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