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Every person must be aware of the some basic rights relating to arrest to ensure his/her well being while in custody. The various Rights granted to a person being arrested by various statutes in India- 1.The most basic provision relating to arrest has been incorporated in the Article 21 of the Constitution. It lays down […]

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Supreme Court of India has declared Narcoanalysis, Polygraph test and Brain Mapping unconstitutional and violative of human rights few days back. This decision is quite unfavourable to various investigation authorities as it will be a hindrance to furtherance of investigation and many alleged criminals will escape conviction with this new position. But the apex court […]

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Recently, the Bar Council of India has brought the law into picture for the law graduates to clear an entrance exam before getting into litigation after the attainment of the required degree. The idea has been well supported in the light of a reformatory step towards the litigation and practice area. The purpose behind the proposal has been to improve the quality of the litigants, and […]

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Last month both the houses of the Parliament were in a state of upheaval over a phenomenon called ‘phone tapping’. Gradually media converted it into yet another national issue, but it got muddled with the simultaneous Indian Premier League controversy and left people wondering about the intricacies of phone tapping. So here is everything you might […]

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It seems that there is no end to troubles for Nalini Sriharan, who is serving life sentence for Rajiv Gandhi Assassination case. An active mobile phone was discovered in her possession on Tuesday morning in her cell in the Vellore prison. It is indeed a heavy blow for Nalini since she had been seeking premature […]

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First step in a legal battle against so-called ‘honour-killing’ was taken on 30th March 2010,when a landmark judgement was given by the Karnal Sessions Court in the murder case of Manoj and Babli, who had been murdered three years ago by Babli’s relatives on the orders of Khap Panchayat for having married within the same […]

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To secure a good job a student needs internships under his belt. It is a common trend especially among students who are pursuing professional courses. These internships are basically divided in two categories – Paid and Unpaid.  Paid internship is the one for which a student gets stipend whereas for an unpaid internship no stipend […]

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The issues relating to consumer welfare affects the entire 1.17 billion people since everyone is a consumer in one way or the other. Ensuring consumer welfare is the responsibility of the government. Accepting this, policies have been framed and the Consumer Protection Act, 1986, was introduced. A separate Department of Consumer Affairs was also created […]

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Cyber Law is the domain which is intersection of technology, risk, and law. The IT Act 2000 has done a very good job at somewhat restricting the cyber crimes that takes place every hour in India. I suppose we ourselves are to be blamed for the loopholes that this Act contains. According to a study, the […]

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