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Injunctions

INTRODUCTION Every court is constituted in order to deliver and administer justice among the parties and therefore, must be deemed to possess all such powers as may be necessary to do full and complete justice to the parties before it…. Continue Reading →

Marital Rape – A curse to femininity

The NGO’s Plea.. The Delhi High Court, while hearing pleas seeking to make marital rape an offence, observed that marriage does not mean that a woman is always consenting for physical relations with her husband, PTI reported. The court in its… Continue Reading →

Legality of Derivative Transactions

Introduction It can be understood from the word ‘derivative’ itself, that it carries no value of its own, rather any attributed value is ‘derived’ from that of an underlying asset “It is a contract for the exchange of cash or… Continue Reading →

Artificial Intelligence and its Future Impact on Legal Profession

For more than 30 years now changes and innovation in technology have impacted the practice of law. While on one hand,lawyers have been able to deliver services at faster and cheaper rates on the other the pre-recession employment opportunities have… Continue Reading →

Counterfeit Laws In India

Counterfeit laws in India covers: copyright and related rights (i.e. the rights of a performer, producer of sound recording & broadcasting organisation); trademarks including service marks; geographical indications; industrial designs; patents ; layout designs of integrated circuits; and undisclosed information… Continue Reading →

Indian Constitution and Challenges In Law

Introduction : The Constitution of India was adopted on 26th November 1949 and formally implemented from 26 January 1950. It’s been 66 years and is still serving India better than ever now. Constitution of India comprises of 448 articles in… Continue Reading →

#KathuaRapeCase: SC Issues Notice to J&K Lawyers and Bar Association

The Supreme Court has taken suo motu cognizance of contentious Kathua rape and murder case. In the heinous crime an 8 eight year old girl was brutally raped and murdered in the District of Kathua in Jammu and Kashmir. The intensity of… Continue Reading →

Fundamental Duties

Fundamental duties were added to our constitution by the 42nd constitutional amendment, 1976 on the recommendation of the Swaran Singh Committee. Initially, there were only ten duties but due to the passage of time it was felt that parents have… Continue Reading →

E-Contracts in India

A contract, in layman’s language, is a lawful agreement between two or more people, to do or to refrain from doing something and in return avail a benefit, called the ‘consideration’, which is normally in the form of money. Due… Continue Reading →

Was it just a storm in a tea cup? IT’S COMPLICATED

What began as faint murmuring in court corridors has turned into a loud clamor in the national media. An institution which has long prided itself on its reputation for secrecy and delicacy, while demanding accountability and transparency from other branches… Continue Reading →

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