Article for Blog Post Writing Competition 2011 | by Rohit Adlakha and Palak Sharma

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Right to Education for children between 6-14 years is guaranteed by law. But today in India officially 13 states and according to NGOs 22 states did not initiate process of implementation. By April 1, 2011 only six states and seven Union Territories notified the Act and made rules that too in the last quarter of […]

Article for Blog Post Writing Competition 2011 | by Abhimanyu Singh

Comments Off on The Legal Position of Customs/Usage of Trade In View of Indian Contract Act, 1872

A trade practice that is so common in a particular region which is that an expectation of its being followed in a given particular transaction is justified.It is usual and customary practice or set of practices connected with a particular type of business or trade. The rights, duties and obligation under a contract may arise […]

Article for Blog Post Writing Competition 2011 | by Ankita Singh

Comments Off on An Overview on Indian Personal Laws on the Basis of Cultural Relativism and Human Rights.

The liberal and universal paradigm of the concept of human rights is endowed with reason and conscience.This paper thrives to forward a holistic approach on the difference in culture throughout the globe and as to how different variables of culture has a paramount influence on human rights. The issue of cultural relativism and human rights […]

Article for Blog Post Writing Competition 2011 | by Deepankar Sharma

Comments Off on Role To Be Played By Judiciary Under Intellectual Property Laws

The judiciary plays two distinct roles in relation to IP: 1. Interpretation of the various IP Statutes. 2. Adjudication of IP Matters. 1. Interpretation of the several of IP Statutes. India under its commitment under the TRIPs has introduced many IP legislations to modernize its age-old IP legislations in order to be in harmony with […]

Article for Blog Post Writing Competition 2011 | by Ankita Vashisht

Comments Off on A Marriage be it Valid or Invalid: a Dowry is a Dowry!

The Supreme Court has held that a husband could be punished for demanding dowry during a second marriage even if he proves that he has not divorced his first wife. The following are the types of marriages which can be treated as invalid: Marriage between minors is valid and it can be annulled only on […]

Article for Blog Post Writing Competition 2011 | by Mayank Marwaha and Kush Kalra

Comments Off on Blanket Cover of Disciplined Forces: Misuse of Khaki Collar

“Whenever human dignity is wounded, civilization takes a step backward. The flag of humanity on each occasion must fly half mast.”[1] Introduction The police has a very important role to play in a democratic set up of Government. They must win the confidence of people as it is the base on which the administration of […]

Article for Blog Post Writing Competition 2011 | by Shivendra Singh Rana

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The word reservation stands for the act of reserving or keeping back or withholding from disclosure from normal crowd apart from the beneficiaries. In this blog we are talking about the policy of reservation of seats in the Educational Institutes , Judiciary or Higher Civil Services , Politics , etc. for the relatively backward considered […]

Article for Blog Post Writing Competition 2011 | by Vivek Jain

Comments Off on Rights of the Accused

One of the basic tenets of our legal system is the benefit of the presumption of innocence of the accused till he is found guilty at the end of a trial on legal evidence. In the battle against crime and delinquency, state and its officers cannot on any account forsake the decency of state behaviour […]

Article for Blog Post Writing Competition 2011 | by Deepankar Sharma

Comments Off on Role of Lokayukta in Combating Corruption

Lokayukta investigates cases of corruption, where substantiated, recommend action. He is a great check on corruption, brings about transparency in the system, makes administrative machinery citizen friendly. His functions largely depend upon jurisdiction vested in him and facilities provided for taking cognizance of citizens’ grievances promptly, dexterously and expeditiously. Corruption is internationally recognized a major […]

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