Anti Defection Law in India

What is defection? As per the report of 1967 defector is a person who is elected as member of parliament or state legislative assembly or union territory and has been allotted the reserve symbol of that political party. After being elected he voluntary renounces allegiance or association with such political party provided that his action... Continue Reading →

Does a person need to make a Will ?

One reason to consider using a living trust is probate avoidance. This document is an estate planning vehicle designed to make it easier for your loved ones to administer your estate when you die. When you transfer title to your assets into your living trust, those assets should not need to go through probate court administration... Continue Reading →

5 G Trials in India 2021

The telecommunications authority of india , DoT ( Department of telecommunications) ,earlier this week approved the applications of private telecom companies Bharti Airtel, Vodafone Idea (VI),  Reliance Jio and state-run telecom "Mahanagar Telephone Nigam Limited" (MTNL) to conduct 5G trials in the country for the proposed development of technology generation. The trials are supposed to last for next 6 months... Continue Reading →

Why do we write Union of India in Legal Documents ?

Article 1, Union of states: The analysis Article 1 of the Indian constitution states that India, ie Bharat is a union of states which reflects the intention of makers who wanted to establish the union as an indestructible unit. Unlike other countries, it is not an agreement within states. It also states that no state... Continue Reading →

Consumer Protection Act 1986 Vs. Consumer Protection Act, 2019

Consumer Protection Act, 1986 vs Consumer Protection Act, 2019 Consumer protection is necessary because the market functions according to the demand of the consumers. If the demand increases, the supply increases and if the demand decreases, then the supply also decreases. Earlier, the concept of ‘caveat emptor’ which means “let the buyer beware” was the... Continue Reading →

Insight on Reliance – Future Group Deal

Future Group  Kishore Biyani founded Future Group in 2013. His grandfather had a textile shop in what was then called Bombay. He followed his grandfather’s footsteps and started Pantaloon. With the help of the stock market, he got a lot of money which he used to open a huge Pantaloon store in Kolkata in 1997. ... Continue Reading →

My journey to a law school and the legal career.

Ever since I was enrolled in kindergarten by my parents, I’ve been asked numerous amount of times what my ambition was.  At first I would answer a scientist because of all the cartoons that depicted scientists to be cool but later on it changed to cricketer, footballer and even a geologist after I watched the... Continue Reading →

Nation, State and Country

Though if not noticed closely the words Nation, State and Country look alike, there are a lot of differences between them. Country and State are synonymous terms that both apply to self-governing political entities. A nation, however, is a group of people who share the same culture but do not have sovereignty. To have a... Continue Reading →

Is Gaza burning the way social media portrayed it?

The coverage of the clashes in Jerusalem and the rocket fire that followed has focused disproportionately on Israel’s actions, either on the airstrikes that occurred or threatened evictions in Sheikh Jarrah and clashes in Al-Aqsa Mosque. This may not be surprising, but it also has helped frame the current conflict as largely a product of... Continue Reading →

Strategies to determine the issue of Renvoi

Strategies to determine issue of renvoi Without an all inclusive framework to manage renvoi, three techniques or goals have been produced for settling the issue of renvoi. These strategies are summed up as follows: First strategy Ignore the Conflict rules: Disregarding the contention rules of the second country which is alluded to by the contention... Continue Reading →

The double murder without a killer

A 14 year old girl, Aarushi Talwar was found dead in her bedroom on the morning of May 16, 2008. She was residing at Jalvayu Vihar, Noida, Uttar Pradesh, along with her parents, Dr Rajesh Talwar and Dr Nupur Talwar, both of whom were doctors. Her throat was slit and her head was bludgeoned with... Continue Reading →

Constitutionalism : A Study

“There is "no happiness without liberty, no liberty without self-government, no self-government, without constitutionalism, no constitutionalism without morality--and none of these great goods without stability and order.”-Clinton Rossiter. The concept of constitutionalism is about regulating governmental powers. Constitutionalism not only recognizes the need for power to each authority but also defines its structure and puts... Continue Reading →

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