Interviews/Articles

Patent filing in India

August 23, 2018

PATENT FILING IN INDIA   Ever thought out your innovation getting recognition? Well, it all began in the year 1911 with the Indian Patents and Designs Act. Today the amended Patents Act of 1970 is the governing legislation and this Indian legislation is in conformity with TRIPS, hence ensuring that international standard compliance is monitored. […]

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Important judgements for the Bankers in India

August 23, 2018

As the banking industry has started to face the crises of NPA accounts, which has duly fractured the financial system to maximum limit. Due diligence has become important aspect for the bankers. Therefore, there are some judgements by the honourable courts which bankers has to abide expeditiously. Stay will automatically lapse after 6 months in […]

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Interview of Prof. (Dr.) Anil Dawra, Professor, School of Law, GD Goenka University.

August 20, 2018

Interview of Prof. (Dr.) Anil Dawra Professor, School of Law, GD Goenka University   Brief Introduction: He is Retd. IPS of 1982 Batch and has immense experience in working of Indian courts and has also practiced as an Advocate in Delhi High Court.   To begin with, why specifically you chose a career as an […]

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The need of ADR and ODR system in India with a comparative analysis with The United Kingdom.

August 18, 2018

The need of ADR and ODR system in India with a comparative analysis with The United Kingdom Author : Mr. Gautam Matani,  Legal Manager at MKU Ltd.  LLM from School of Law, University of Leeds, England. Supervised by – Dr Iyiola Solanke     ABSTRACT   ADR is a mechanism which is used widely in UK to […]

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Law and Morality

August 17, 2018

Law and morality INTRODUCTION Law and morality are both too uncertain terms. many jurists, a philosopher from ancient Greek time to modern time tried to define these to terms. These two terms have a vast sphere. the reason for not finding any definite meaning of these terms can be that both these terms are dynamic […]

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Are “legitimacy” clauses in the US nationality laws legitimate?

August 15, 2018

Are “legitimacy” clauses in the US nationality laws legitimate? If you are in a nation where only the elites get opportunities, US promises great rewards for honest hard work. If you are raised in a culture of repression, US promises immense personal freedom, if you are in a war and terrorism torn country, US promises […]

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Police v. Advocates who is more powerful? : Comment.

August 12, 2018

Police v. Advocates who is more powerful:- Comment Author: Apratim De, New Law College BVDU, Pune.   People always try to compare between a lawyer and a policeman about who is more powerful between the two. But it has to be understood that both of them represents the various organs of the government i.e. legislature, […]

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Impact of Media on Social, Economic and Political Fabric of Democracy.

August 11, 2018

Human Rights and Media. Author: Priyanka Saraogi and Prachi Tiwari               Mody university, (College of Law and Governance). INTRODUCTION I should rather have a completely free press, with all the dangers involved in the wrong use of the freedom, than a suppressed or regulated press”. Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru When the constitution […]

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Legal status of Marijuana in India : Critical Analysis.

August 9, 2018

Legal status of Marijuana in India? Author : Gaurav Dua Marijuana has such deep roots in India that’s origin can be traced back to 1700 BCE, this means marijuana is being consumed by Indians for almost 5000 years. With the changing of time people have given it different names like cannabis, weed, ganja but have used […]

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Laws for ancient monuments in India : Article

August 6, 2018

Laws for ancient monuments in India. Author: Snigdha Panigrahi The monument means a world of memories, a world of deeds, a world of tears, and a world of glories. By the subtle chemistry that no man knows, all the blood that was shed by our brethren, all the lives that were devoted, all he grief that […]

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SECTION 377 OF INDIAN PENAL CODE: VICTORIAN ERA’S MORALITY

August 5, 2018

SECTION 377 OF INDIAN PENAL CODE: VICTORIAN ERA”S MORALITY Author: ADITYA CHOUDHARY INTRODUCTION Section 377 of the Indian penal code,1860 makes certain acts against the law. Indian penal code was drafted by Lord Macaulay during the British Colonial era. Section 377 deal with sex offences against the order of nature. the section does not criminalize […]

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