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Water (Prevention And Control Of Pollution) Act, 1974

Our water resources get contaminated by industrial, agricultural and domestic wastewater everyday. The wastewater poses as a serious health hazard when it reaches wetlands, rivers, lakes and the sea. The Indian Government introduced the Water Act in 1974 (with certain… Continue Reading →

White Industries v/s Republic Of India

Investment Arbitration in India is undergoing a sea of change as the bilateral treaties entered into have broad ambiguous provisions which enable the foreign national to bend and mould the provisions according to their whims and fancy. If the government… Continue Reading →

Sedition – A Draconian Law

In India, you can be charged with sedition for liking a Facebook post, criticising a yoga guru, cheering a rival cricket team, drawing cartoons, asking a provocative question in a university exam, or not standing up in a cinema when the national anthem is being played. Introduction… Continue Reading →

Writs – Provisions in Indian Constitution

Injustice anywhere is a threat to  Justice everywhere                           -Martin Luther  King Jr We might have a thought of how our Fundamental Rights are protected and what the… Continue Reading →

Special Status to Jammu & Kashmir

Permanence of special autonomy On August 15, 1947, when India and Pakistan became independent states, the kingdom of Jammu and Kashmir did not cede to either dominion. Instead, its maharaja proposed a “Standstill Agreement” with both countries. In 1946, when… Continue Reading →

Trademarks – Infringement & Passing Off

With globalization,more and more organizations are associating themselves with various external identifications, like names, tags, symbols, etc. It is seen that the company’s reputation or its ‘image’ rests in such external manifestation. In a world ofextreme competition, it is not… Continue Reading →

#BookRecommendation: #SportsLaw in India

Sports Law in India: Policy, Regulation and Commercialisation (SAGE Law) by Lovely Dasgupta and Shameek Sen   Sports is probably one of the greatest instruments of social cohesion in today’s conflict-stricken world. It has grown from being just an activity for leisure to… Continue Reading →

#Infographics – #Negotiation Techniques

Negotiation is the process where interested parties resolve disputes, agree upon courses of action, bargain for individual or collective advantage, and / or attempt to craft outcomes which serves their mutual interests. In negotiation the disputing party resolve their differences… Continue Reading →

Muslim Man Seeks SC’s Help To Stay With His Hindu Wife

Md Ibrahim aka Aryan Arya, converted to Hinduism to marry a 23-year-old Jain girl from Raipur. He has  now sought help from the Supreme Court alleging that a Hindu Right-wing group and the girl’s parents have forcibly separated them. Ibrahim… Continue Reading →

#BookRecommendation – 48 Laws of Power

48 Laws of Power by Robert Green Although, the name suggests it to be a book for a lawyer; it isn’t. The book is the best text for personality development. Written by Robert Green the book states 48 laws of power,… Continue Reading →

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