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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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Introduction “The demand for equal rights in every vocation of life is just and fair; but, after all, the most vital right is the right to love and be loved.” -Emma Goldman Human rights are fundamental to any response to HIV/AIDS. This has been recognized since the first global AIDS strategy was developed in 1987[1]. […]

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Introduction to Biotechnology Regulatory Authority of India Bill: The proposed Biotechnology Regulatory Authority of India is a result of the 2004 Task Force Report on Agricultural Biotechnology which was accepted by the Union Government in 2005. The task Force was headed by M.S Swaminathan. According to him “The bottom line of our national agricultural biotechnology policy […]

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Introduction The iron ore mining in Karnataka has been described as “a rape of Mother Earth”. Bellary has, over the past decade, emerged into India’s hot spot showing an amazing convergence of politics, business and crime. Reason- earth rich in iron ore. From 2002-2003 onwards, as demand for iron ore from China rose, never-ending lines […]

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Introduction After Team Anna demanded Right to Reject and Recall, newspapers and other media ran reports over these very new concepts. There is no doubt that Right to Reject and Right to Recall would mean revolution for the Democracy and Politics. People would be surely benefited but arguments against these Rights are equally strong. This […]

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Introduction The Legislature and the Judiciary have always looked down on gambling of any sort. But honestly, how many of us can honestly say that we have never bought a lottery ticket maybe commercial one or the small lotteries in school and college events? Or is there anyone who has never played housie/lotto before? Now […]

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Introduction Beginning from Mahabharata when the Pandavas lost their kingdom by a throw of dice to the present day online betting business, the ‘Game of Chance’ has always held a certain charm for Indian psyche. In this article we shall be considering legal status of online gambling and casinos in India. To know about lottery […]

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Comments Off on IHL: Humanitarian Considerations Over Military Activities

 “Health care is a human right, not a privilege. If you don’t believe this now, you might change your mind if and when you find yourself in need of life- saving care in a hospital emergency room.” – Ruth Rosen Introduction ‘The wounded and sick shall be cared for and protected by the party to […]

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