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Madhya Pradesh Gauvansh Vadh Pratishedh (Sanshodhan) Vidheyak 2010 has received the Presidential assent following which it has become an Act. The government had passed the amendment Bill in the Assembly in 2010 to “strengthen” the existing Cow Slaughter Prohibition Act (Madhya Pradesh Gauvansh Pratishedh Adhiniyam 2004) and forwarded it to the Union Home Ministry on […]

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(Note from Editor: We have come across incidents where disgruntled BPO employees have sold or misused the personal information of the customers of the client company. We had no specific law to punish such disclosure earlier. With amendment to the Act in 2008, we can actually assure the companies out sourcing services from India, that […]

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On the 6th of October 2010, the Supreme Court of India gave a very debatable decision in a case S.K. Singh vs. State through CBI[1], more famously known as the Priyadarshini Mattoo case. Priyadarshini Mattoo was a third year law student at the Delhi University. She was repeatedly harassed and followed around by Santosh Kumar Singh, […]

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(Hello folks! Here is the long awaited article on Right to recall. I hope I will be forgiven for such inexplicable delay! For those who are new, let me tell you that there is another article written by me which deals with pros and cons of Right to Reject. You would be able to appreciate […]

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Introduction to Hindu law of Succession ‘Succession’[1] implies the act of succeeding or following, as of events, objects, places in a series. In the eyes of law however, it holds a different and particular meaning. It implies the transmission or passing of rights from one to another. In every system of law provision has to […]

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When I was a child, they used to scare me. The very thought of they being around was abhorrent. But as the time passed, I realized that they are also humans, though a bit different from us. Yes, I am talking about “eunuchs”, the group of people who are being denied their rights just because […]

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12 dead, 200 injured; government issued a nationwide alert; condolosense given to victims by home minister; PM said, culprits will be punished. This is all we hear after we get shaken by the bomb blasts. Ministers visiting the blast area, speech by the Prime Minister, promises made by government have all become a daily thing. […]

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Introduction For a layman, adultery means having illegitimate relationship(s) with the opposite sex (or even the same sex, but let’s leave that for some other day). However, since this is the Indian legal system we’re talking about, it shouldn’t appal you to know that it has a much more complex (read: absurd) meaning than that. […]

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Context: The Centre for Business and Commercial Laws (CBCL) at National Law Institute University, Bhopal is pleased to announce a call for papers for the UGC Sponsored National Seminar on Critical Issues in International Commercial Arbitration, 2012. Theme: Critical Issues in International Commercial Arbitration Sub Themes: Arbitration Agreements: Elements and Requisites Procedures and Consideration in […]

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