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Examination of Witness and Leading Question

February 17, 2020

According to Merriam-Webster, cross-examination is defined as “the examination of a witness who has already testified in order to check or discredit the witness’s testimony, knowledge, or credibility” The examination of a witness can be classified into three types According to section 137 of the Indian Evidence Act, Examination-in-chief.—The examination of a witness by the […]

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Suit for Defamation

February 16, 2020

SUIT FOR DEFAMATION Author: Shreya Chakraborty, Amity Lawchool, Rajasthan Defamation is basically the communication of a statement out of which claims arise resulting in a negative image to an individual, business, product, group, etc. Whoever by words either spoken or intended to be read, or by visible representations, makes or publishes any imputation concerning any […]

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Order 39 and Order 8 Rule 1 and 2 of Civil Procedure Code (CPC),1908

February 6, 2020

Order 39 and Order 8 Rule 1 and 2 of Civil Procedure Code (CPC),1908 Author: Krishna Bhattacharya, KIIT school of law, Bhubaneshwar, India Order 8 Rule 1 of CPC: According to Order 8 Rule 1 of CPC and the amendment in Commercial Courts Act 2015, written statement in case of the commercial suit could be filed within […]

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How colleges and universities are violating the standards?

February 5, 2020

How colleges and universities are violating the standards? Author: Krishna Bhattacharya, KIIT school of law, Bhubaneshwar, India Nelson Mandela once said: ” Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world”. Education is as powerful as a sword. Education brings can help bring a social change and its impact is huge upon […]

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Judicial Intervention in Religion: Defining new Religious Freedom

February 3, 2020

Judicial Intervention in Religion: Defining new Religious Freedom Author: Krishna Bhattacharya, KIIT school of law, Bhubaneshwar, India India is a secular country and the judiciary has a paramount duty to maintain the status of secularism. There is heavy literature on secularism such as of Donald Eugene Smith who gave a model of secularism where three types of […]

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An Analysis of the Industrial Relations Code Bill 2019

February 2, 2020

An Analysis of the Industrial Relations Code Bill 2019 Author: Tamanna Gupta, RGNUL Introduction Following events of the last year wherein the government had floated a draft Relations code, recently, the Industrial Relations Code Bill 2019 (Bill No. 364 of 2019) introduced by Minister of State for Labour and Employment SantoshGangawar was approved by the […]

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Saffronization of India and the Role of the Government in striking a balance

February 1, 2020

Saffronization of India and the Role of the Government in striking a balance Author: Tamanna Gupta, RGNUL The term Saffronization is a neologism mostly used in the contemporary Indian context, which means an attempt by Hindu nationalists to impose their ideologies, practices, and beliefs on the totality of the population residing in a defined territorial […]

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Tatas V Cyrus Mistry: A big question mark on Corporate Governance

February 1, 2020

Tatas V Cyrus Mistry: A big question mark on Corporate Governance Author: Krishna Bhattacharya, KIIT school of law, Bhubaneshwar, India To unfold the ground for disagreements between the renowned Chairman of Tata Sons, Ratan Tata, and Cyrus Mistry; it is important to know the background of the entire tussle between them. The Mistrys like Tata belonged to […]

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The fallacy in law when it comes to consensual sex among adolescents

January 31, 2020

The fallacy in law when it comes to consensual sex among adolescents Author: Krishna Bhattacharya, KIIT school of law, Bhubaneshwar, India Teenagers or late adolescents ( 16-19 years) behave or have different needs than an earlier generation as every generation is affected by the social, political and economic conditions of that generation. The present generation has easy […]

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Human Rights Violations: India and Global Scale- 2019

January 30, 2020

Human Rights Violations: India and Global Scale- 2019 Author: Tamanna Gupta, RGNUL “Human Rights are not a privilege conferred by the government. They are every human being’s entitlement by virtue of his humanity.”- Mother Teresa. Securing human rights of an individual, community or group is a basic duty of every society and it forms an […]

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Locating the victim in the criminal justice system

January 29, 2020

Locating the victim in the criminal justice system Author: Anchal Bhatheja, NLSIU Introduction The recent NCRB data reveals that crime rates have witnessed a 3% increase as compared to the previous year. This problem is aggravated by a low rate of conviction due to factors like underreporting, lack of legal literacy, judicial delays and executive […]

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An Analysis of the Boeing 737 Crisis

January 27, 2020

An Analysis of the Boeing 737 Crisis Author: Tamanna Gupta, RGNUL Introduction The year of 2019 has been disastrous for Boeing Airlines. After two fatal disasters within months, the company, one of the largest stakeholders in the aerospace industry, found itself struggling against bans in several countries. The crashes, which led to almost 350 deaths, […]

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Blockchain in Settlement Process of Trade

January 26, 2020

Blockchain in Settlement Process of Trade Author: Krishna Bhattacharya, KIIT school of law, Bhubaneshwar, India INTRODUCTION Whenever someone hears the word “ Blockchain” people instantly associate it with the “Bitcoin”. This notion is however very ostensible. The technology of Blockchain has much wider application and is used for different purposes as well and is applied […]

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Effects of Ban on pornography in India- A study

January 22, 2020

Effects of Ban on pornography in India- A study By – Sumit Rohilla and Eesh Chaudhary Introduction Pornography is an emerging subject not only in India but all over the world. A worse and harmful effect of Technology can be seen at this time. The term pornography is defined as writing, photographing, Movies, etc. and […]

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Anticipatory Bail: Critical Analysis

January 14, 2020

ANTICIPATORY BAIL: CRITICAL ANALYSIS Author: Ms. Deepsi Rawat, Law College Dehradun [1] It is better that ten guilty persons escape than that one innocent suffers. -Blackstone Fundamental rights are the most celebrated Constitutional rights of a citizen of India. The provision of bail is a step towards ensuring the liberty and life of an accused. […]

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