The story of UP’S “Love Jihad”:is it against the freedom of choice? 2020

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IPR

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Insurance

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Deviation of voyage

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Company & Governance

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Acquisition and merger mostly occur when two companies agree to join their forces together. Both terms are often used interchangeably although there...

Company law

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Constitution

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ARTICLE 356

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Right to breath clean air is fundamental right: petitioner filed a case in the supreme court on stubble burning 2020.

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Criminal

Amendments in Laws relating to ‘Rape’ in India

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Law of the Land

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THE SALE OF GOODS ACT, 1930

Sale of Goods Act, 1930 Businesses frequently get into contract of sale, such contracts are governed by The...

ADOPTION UNDER HINDU LAWS

Adoption enables a person without a child to make someone else’s child as his own. As per the Hindus, the ideal was...

Laws relating to Protection against Arrest and Detention

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Law Criminal

The Doctrine of Fruit of the Poisonous tree 1939

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The law relating to criminal procedure applicable to all criminal proceedings and is contained in the Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973.

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Law of Torts

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Contract Law

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Case Analysis

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OVERVIEW: The infamous case of Tukaram vs the state of Maharashtra also known as the Mathura Rape Case activated...

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