CONTRACT OF INDEMNITY

Indemnity means “to make good the loss” or “to compensate for the loss”. In section 124 of the Indian Contract Act 1872,  contract of indemnity is defined as the contractual duty of one person to indemnify or compensate for the loss or damage caused by himself or the other party in future. It is also... Continue Reading →

LEGAL ISSUES INVOLVED IN ELECTRONIC CONTRACT UNDER INDIAN LAW

INTRODUCTION The Computer innovation on this globe gave rise to  E-contracts which previously were in the form of pen and paper by the name of traditional contracts. This innovation has made everyone’s life more comfortable and easier than ever before like one can order food sitting at home or even in office. Now every business... Continue Reading →

IMPORTANT COMMITTEES: PANCHAYATI RAJ

·        The introduction of Panchayati Raj took decades of consulting and various discussions before the institution of Panchayati Raj came into being. ·         Various committees submitted the recommendations on the functioning and modalities of Panchayati Raj. ·         Taking into account these recommendations,  the parliament in after the 73rd constitutional amendment,  which brought Panchayati Raj institution... Continue Reading →

PANCHAYAT EXTENSION TO SCHEDULED AREAS (PESA)

Introduction Under the 73rd constitutional amendment , there is a provision under article 243 M (4)(b), whereby the parliament may by law extend the provisions of the Panchayats to the scheduled areas provided under Scheduled 5 and Scheduled 6. “Scheduled Areas” mean the Scheduled Areas as referred to in Clause (1) of Article 244 of the... Continue Reading →

IMPORTANT FACTS OF OUR INDIAN CONSTITUTION

The idea to constitute the Constituent Assembly for the formation of the Indian Constitution was given by Manabendra Nath Roy commonly known as M.N. Roy, in 1934.The Constituent Assembly was formed on 16th may 1946 under the Cabinet Mission Plan.The first sitting of the Constituent Assembly was in 1946 when the Assembly was framed for... Continue Reading →

PANCHAYATI RAJ

Panchayati Raj is the system of local self governance in India. Panchayats are the bodies which are run and managed by the people who are elected by the local people through elections at village level. Through 73rd Amendment Act Panchayati Raj was instituted and was given a constitutional mandate. Various committees were formed to work... Continue Reading →

UNLAWFUL ACTIVITIES PREVENTION ACT (UAPA)

The Unlawful Activities Prevention Act (UAPA) was passed in the year 1967 under the Prime Minister of India Indira Gandhi . UAPA is an Indian law which aims to prevent the unlawful activities in India and associated with India. It effectively prevents the unlawful activities associated in India.  It is also known as Anti-Terror law.... Continue Reading →

FIRST INFORMATION REPORT (FIR)

First Information Report (FIR) is a report prepared by the police officer of the region where the crime is committed. The information about the crime is given by the informant of a cognizable offence.  The informant can be the victim of crime only or anyone on behalf of him or her. It is known as... Continue Reading →

MARITAL RAPE : STAND OF JUDICIARY

Both mainstays of mankind i.e. men and women have parallel significance in part in the creation and improvement of mankind yet the women are certain to confront of few embarrassment and general public. In spite of different Shields and assurances assessable at the worldwide and in addition at the national level, before conception till final... Continue Reading →

DOMESTIC VIOLENCE : AN ABUSE

if you alter your behaviour because you are frightened Of how your partner will react, you are being abusedSandra Horley Violence is the intentional physical force to hurt or kill someone which results in injury, deprivation, or death. There is no specific definition of violence against women. Domestic violence is gender- based violence that is... Continue Reading →

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