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Equal Remmuneration

In today’s globalised liberalised scenario, women form an integral part of the Indian workforce. In such an environment, the quality of women’s employment is very important and depends upon several factors. The foremost being equals access to education and other… Continue Reading →

Consumer Protection

Consumer means: One who buys goods for a consideration for personal use One who uses such goods with permission of buyers of goods One who obtains goods on hire purchase or lease One who hires or avails of any services… Continue Reading →

Patent- A Property: India Vs USA

A Patent is a statutory right for an invention granted for a limited period of time to the patentee by the Government, in exchange of full disclosure of his invention for excluding others, from making, using, selling, importing the patented… Continue Reading →

Rights Of Citizen

The Constitution seeks to secure to the people “the liberty of thought, expression, belief, faith and worship, equality of status, equality of opportunity and fraternity assuring the dignity of the individual”. The Nehru Committee recommended the inclusion of fundamental rights… Continue Reading →

Right to Education

Introduction Education is one of the basic elements for the success of democratic system of any Government. An educated citizen may choose better representatives to form the Government. Education provides human dignity to a person, to develop himself as well… Continue Reading →

Human Rights And Gender Equaltiy: A Concept Or A Goal

Every human being is considered as a rational being pursuing certain amount of intellectuality. He has to survive through the society by performing certain duties he is supposed to perform. But the duties alone are not what he gets. He… Continue Reading →

5 Basic Rights The Law Guarantees Every Indian Consumer

“Consumer can be king only if he protects his rights as though it is his kingdom!” A fiercely competitive market comes with its own benefits – of having a choice and getting only the best, but also has its own… Continue Reading →

Scope of ADR in Dispute Relating to Intellectual Property

In an increasingly intangible world, where there are more websites than shops and brick and mortar establishments as well as more and more corporate entities preferring to deal online rather than offline, it has become quite imperative that they are… Continue Reading →

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