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How to file a complaint in competition commission of India?: Full Guide

January 7, 2020

How to file a complaint in competition commission of India Author- Pallav vats, Geeta Institute of Law, Panipat. The Competition Commission of India (CCI) was established under the Competition Act, 2002 for the administration, implementation and enforcement of the Act, and was duly constituted in March 2009. The following are the objectives of the Commission. […]

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Can UBER be sued? How? Procedure? For which acts can UBER be sued?

January 6, 2020

Can UBER be sued? How? Procedure? For which acts can UBER be sued? Author: Mr. Harshal Sreen, Institute of Law, Nirma University. 1. Introduction Every day, individuals are injured while on the premises of a business or using the services of the service provider. Injured individuals may be able to pursue a personal injury lawsuit […]

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Evidential Value of statement by a person who can not be called as a witness

January 6, 2020

STATEMENT BY A PERSON WHO CANNOT BE CALLED AS A WITNESS Author: Mr. Badal Khurana, JIMS School of Law. “All the evidence that we have indicates that it is possible to assume in almost every human being” INTRODUCTION Section 32[1] and the subsequent Section 33[2]of the Indian Evidence Act, 1872 deal with the relevancy of […]

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Divorce by mutual consent

January 5, 2020

DIVORCE BY MUTUAL CONSENT Author: Mr. Badal Khurana, JIMS School of Law Divorce “An Official or Legal Process To End A Marriage” WHAT DO WE UNDERSTAND BY DIVORCE BY MUTUAL CONSENT? A method through which both the parties agree and seek a peaceful separation. Under Section 13-B of the Hindu Marriage Act, 1955[1], the parties can seek divorce by mutual consent by filing a […]

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Procedure for arrest without warrant

January 5, 2020

PROCEDURE OF ARREST WITHOUT WARRANT Author: Mr. Badal Khurana, JIMS School of Law. What do we understand by the term arrest and where is it defined? One of the most common terms which we hear in the modern era is “arrest”. Whosoever does or has done any act which is against the law, gets arrested. […]

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Whether Disciplinary Proceedings Against Employees Is A ‘Personal Information’ Exempted From Disclosure Under RTI Act

January 5, 2020

Whether Disciplinary Proceedings Against Employees Is A ‘Personal Information’ Exempted From Disclosure Under  RTI  Act Author: Mr. Harshal Sreen, Institute of Law, Nirma University. Introduction The RTI Act is one of the most discussed laws of recent times and also it gives a plethora of power to the people than any other law in India. […]

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Individual Liability in Cartel Cases

January 4, 2020

INDIVIDUAL LIABILITY IN CARTEL CASES Author: Mr. Badal Khurana, JIMS School of Law Competition Law seeks to ensure healthy market competition and its effective functioning by felicitating competition outcomes and prescribing anti-competitive acts. Competition Law in India is governed by the Competition Act, 2002 which aims at preventing anti-competitive acts and to promote the interests […]

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D.K Basu V. State of West Bengal: Case Comment

January 4, 2020

D.K. BASU V. STATE OF WEST BENGAL Author: Mr. Badal Khurana, JIMS School of Law Court                           Before the Supreme Court of India Decided on                  18.12.1996 Bench                         Kuldip Singh and A.S.Anand JJ In this case, the main parties were Shri DK Basu and the State of West Bengal. This case revolved around […]

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Challenges before Social Media: An Analysis

January 4, 2020

CHALLENGES BEFORE SOCIAL MEDIA Author: Mr. Badal Khurana, JIMS School of Law INTRODUCTION The platform of Social Media has been a rage in recent times. The biggest gift humankind has received from scientific evolution is information technology which has led to a fast forward mode by introducing unprecedented speed in information & communication via social […]

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Mohd. Aslam Vs Union of India: Case Comment

January 3, 2020

MOHD. ASLAM VS UNION OF INDIA Author: Ms. Jyoti Jha, JEMTEC, School of Law In the case of MOHD ASLAM VS UNION OF INDIA the petitioner (MOHD ASLAM) filed a contempt petition against the respondent (Shri Kalyan Singh), then Chief Minister that he willfully disobeyed the court’s order. There was a prior case in which […]

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Equaity of opportunity in matter of public employment

January 3, 2020

EQUALITY OF OPPORTUNITY IN MATTER OF PUBLIC EMPLOYMENT Author: Ms. Jyoti Jha, JEMTEC, School of Law INTRODUCTION The Constitution of India provides various fundamental rights in part III under which article 16 provides equality of opportunity in matters of public employment. Article 16 is provided to all citizens of the country. Article 16 covers the […]

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Godman: Threat to Indian Society

January 2, 2020

GODMAN: THREAT TO INDIAN SOCIETY Author: Ms. Jyoti Jha, JEMTEC, School of Law India is a democratic country with freedom of religion i.e. secularism. A contemporary India which looks like a modern country with all scientific establishments but also believe in superstitions like faith in godmen.  Godmen are the charismatic gurus. It would not be […]

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Sedition Law needed to combat Anti-National elements

January 1, 2020

SEDITION LAW NEEDED TO COMBAT ANTI-NATIONAL ELEMENTS Author: Ms. Jyoti Jha, JEMTEC, School of Law Recently, while addressing an election rally at Vilobi ground in Lakhi the Union home minister Rajnath Singh said: “Sedition law will be made more effective if BJP regains power”. There is a tussle between two governments regarding sedition laws in India. The […]

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How to strengthen corporate governance?

December 31, 2019

HOW TO STRENGTHEN CORPORATE GOVERNANCE Author: Ms. Jyoti Jha, JEMTEC, School of Law INTRODUCTION Corporate governance refers are the legal and non-legal principles and practices affecting control of publicly held business corporations. In other words, we can say that corporate governance is all about “promoting corporate fairness, transparency, and accountability.” In the last decade, corporate […]

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Transgender Persons (Protection of Rights) Bill, 2019

December 31, 2019

TRANSGENDER PERSONS (PROTECTION OF RIGHTS) BILL, 2019 Author: Ms. Jyoti Jha, JEMTEC, School of Law INTRODUCTION A person’s sex is usually assigned at birth, but a relatively small group of persons may bear with bodies that incorporate both or certain aspects of both male and female physiology. This community includes very fewer people due to which they […]

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