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Vodafone Case and Indian Tax Laws

July 14, 2013

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Vodafone Case and Indian Tax Laws

The Vodafone’s tax saga made the legislature of our country realize that our tax laws are obsolete and insufficient to cater to the modern corporate environment. If you are wondering, what the issue all about, here’s a simple explanation: Capital Gain Tax Capital Gain Tax is the tax that one has to pay if he […]

Madras High Court Judgment on Premarital Sex: The Reality

June 26, 2013

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Madras High Court Judgment on Premarital Sex: The Reality

India was left astonished on the morning on 17th June. Newspapers, Everyone’s Facebook status, BBM status and tweets were about a certain high court’s judgment stating if you have pre-marital sex with a person, you will be considered married to them. People suddenly found it extremely funny to ask others how many times have they been […]

Gag Order Syndrome

April 1, 2013

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Gag Order Syndrome

“Teacher, teacher! The three of them called me ‘an animal with no brain’ in front of the entire class.” Brings back the memories of early school, doesn’t it? Your school teacher might not have taken it very seriously, but a court in Gwalior did. On February 14, the Gwalior Bench of the Madhya Pradesh High […]

RTE in light of ‘Society for Un-aided Private Schools of Rajasthan v. Union of India’

August 12, 2012

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RTE in light of ‘Society for Un-aided Private Schools of Rajasthan v. Union of India’

Education is the much needed catalyst which steers the rate of growth and development of a country. The vital role of education in our society cannot be denied as it can change the fortune of many. In India, there had been always a demand for compulsorily providing of education to all. In the initial years […]

Ban on Gutkha in Plastic Pouch

April 3, 2011

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Ban on Gutkha in Plastic Pouch

Here is some heartening news for the cleanliness and environment conscious in our cities and villages!!! Whether a gutka user or not, have you been bothered by these little plastic pouches thrown along roads and lanes, around pan shops, and well, right in front of your office or home? These pouches are not quite as […]

Allahabad High Court Delivers Judgement on Ayodhya Case

September 30, 2010

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Allahabad High Court Delivers Judgement on Ayodhya Case

The 60 year old suspense finally comes to end! The Lucknow Bench of Allahabad High court has given its judgement on the much awaited Ayodhya Issue. Their were multiple issues and multiple law suits clubbed together in the case hence on their basis the court has established the following facts- 1. The structure (Babri Masjid) […]

Supreme Court asks Allahabad High Court to deliver the Ayodhya Judgement

September 28, 2010

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Supreme Court asks Allahabad High Court to deliver the Ayodhya Judgement

After a thrilling day, the Supreme Court of India permitted the Lucknow High Court Bench to go ahead with the Ayodhya verdict. Earlier this week the apex court had directed the Lucknow High court bench to hold the decision on the basis of a petition by Ramesh Chandra Tripathi. The final verdict which shall be […]

Registration of two FIRs for the same case permissible:SC

September 6, 2010

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Registration of two FIRs for the same case permissible:SC

On August 26, 2010 the Supreme court of India ruled that if police come across a totally different version of the incident from the accused then it is free to register a second FIR. The Bench comprising of Justice B S Chauhan and Justice P Sathasivam made the registration two FIRs permissible in the case of A.M. Bharvad […]

PIL to Ban i-pill dismissed by the Supreme Court of India

March 2, 2010

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PIL to Ban i-pill dismissed by the Supreme Court of India

The Supreme Court of India refused to entertain an appeal seeking ban on emergency contraceptive pill, “i-pill” manufactured by Cipla Ltd. The petitioners had contended that the particular product violates the provisions of Medical Termination of Pregnancy Act, 1971. The Hon’ble Court took this stand on January 18th 2010. Krupa Prolifiers, Kerala based Charitable foundation had […]

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