It is okay to desire to have fairer skin

Today one is so conscious about the way they look. People spend millions of dollars on the surgeries. Not only they are looted financially but also health wise. While getting surgeries one doesn’t care about their health, recently a man in UK had so many surgeries to look like his favourite boy band. Oli London,... Continue Reading →

Trade Unions under MRTU AND PULP ACT, 1972

Industrial law or labour law in India looks after the laws relating to jobs and work of the people. The MRTU and PULP ACT, 1971 that is Maharashtra Recognition of the Trade Unions and Prevention of Unfair Labour Practices Act ,1971. Government resolution, Industries, and labour department,1968 The “Committee on Unfair Labour Practices” was appointed... Continue Reading →

It is okay to desire to have fairer skin

Today one is so conscious about the way they look. People spend millions of dollars on the surgeries. Not only they are looted financially but also health wise. While getting surgeries one doesn’t care about their health, recently a man in UK had so many surgeries to look like his favourite boy band. Oli London,... Continue Reading →

Trade unions under MRTU & PULP Act, 1972

Industrial law or labour law in India looks after the laws relating to jobs and work of the people. The MRTU and PULP ACT, 1971 that is Maharashtra Recognition of the Trade Unions and Prevention of Unfair Labour Practices Act ,1971. Government resolution, Industries, and labour department,1968 The “Committee on Unfair Labour Practices” was appointed... Continue Reading →

Global Warming: A real cause?

Almost from first standard we are learning about environment. Whether its benefits or drawbacks. There is no person alive who as not seen nature. One thing we all agree is how beautiful environment is. Not just beautiful its is helpful too. This is what one generally forgets. That environment is not just luxury but a... Continue Reading →

Perfect Beauty

Beauty standards are changing era by era. Today everyone wants hourglass figure, big butts’ big boobs, tiny waist. Thin nose, fox eyes, cheek bones, and lifted face is today considered an ideal face. Whereas previously people use to embrace much healthier body with filled cheeks and were considered beauty.  So, one can say that definition... Continue Reading →

Pseudo feminism

All over the world we have come a long way relating to equality and justice. Many people have fought for the injustice we were facing. Whether it for black rights or women rights or Dalit rights. Justice and equality for women has been witnessed over the years, whether it is voting rights, equal job opportunity,... Continue Reading →

Adoption in India

India is ranked second in world population, and soon it will outrank China. India is expected to add nearly 273 million people to its population between now and 2050, a UN report said in 2019, forecasting that the country will cross China as the world's most populous country by 2027. India will remain the most populated... Continue Reading →

Caliphate

Caliphate, the political-religious state including the Muslims and the lands and peoples under its dominion in the centuries following the death (632 CE) of the Prophet Muhammad. Caliphate is derived from  the Arabic lexicon, khilāfa, literally means taking the position of others in order to perform the legal and religious rights behalf on them. It is also used in the meaning of vicegerency and successor in the Qur’an..... Continue Reading →

Sedition, Section 124A of IPC

According to section 124A of Indian penal code, Whoever by words, either spoken or written, or by signs, or by visible representation, or otherwise, brings or attempts to bring into hatred or contempt, or excites or attempts to excite disaffection towards, the Government established by law in India, a shall be punished with imprisonment for... Continue Reading →

Global Warming: A real cause?

Global Warming: A real cause? Almost from first standard we are learning about environment. Whether its benefits or drawbacks. There is no person alive who as not seen nature. One thing we all agree is how beautiful environment is. Not just beautiful its is helpful too. This is what one generally forgets. That environment is... Continue Reading →

Caveat Emptor

The word Caveat Emptor is derived from Latin term that means “let the buyer beware. Like the phrase “sold as is”, this term means that the buyer presumes the risk that the product might not meet its expectation and fail or have defects. In short, the term Caveat Emptor means that the sellers have no... Continue Reading →

What is Criminal Law?

Law is one of the most important things in a country. No Country can function if it doesn’t have laws. Law is a set of legitimate rules, statutes, and precedents, which are applicable within a given jurisdiction. Whenever one hears law all that comes in mind is Justice for one. And punishment of the same is... Continue Reading →

Consumer Protection Act, 1986, six rights for the consumer

Right to Safety This right focuses on consumers must be aware of marketing of goods and services which are hazardous to their life and property. This right can be used in electronic appliances, health care, automobile, housing etc. Everyday there are thousands of new product launches some of them are tested whereas some of them... Continue Reading →

Article 246,47 and 19(1) (g) Of COnstitution in relation to ENvironment

Article 246: The Article 246 divides the topics of legislation between Union and State. It also provides the details of Concurrent list in which both the Union and State make laws by sharing the jurisdiction including the protection of mines, wildlife, and minerals development. So, both State and Union have power to enact laws to protect... Continue Reading →

Cancellation of Recognition of Trade Union under MRTU and PULP Act, 1972

The industrial court can cancel one’s recognition at any time under such circumstances. If by any means the Industrial court has recognised any union out of mistake or accidently or have misrepresented or that union has committed any fraud. Even if any previous union in that industry is already recognised then under all these circumstances... Continue Reading →

A SHIFT from CAVEAT EMPTOR to CAVEAT VENDITOR

The “old rule” of caveat emptor had been superseded by caveat venditor such change being “rendered necessary by the conditions of modern commerce and trade.”  - LORD WRIGHT [1] Caveat emptor was generally the rule for most purchases and land sales prior to the Industrial Revolution, although sellers have much more responsibility for the integrity of... Continue Reading →

Hierarchy of Civil Courts

Whenever one says law, the first thing that comes to the mind of a lay man is courts. Courts are most important thing in any country. The Supreme Court of India located in New Delhi is the top court. Then comes the High Court which every state generally has one. And last but the not the... Continue Reading →

Article 48A and Article 51A (g) Of constitution of India

In Certain constitutional provisions which give certain power and rights to the citizens to protect environment. The 42nd amendment introduced Article 48A, part of the Directive Principles of State which read, “The State shall endeavour to protect and improve the environment and to safeguard the forests and wildlife of the country.” Article 51A (g), part... Continue Reading →

What is Civil Law?

Law is one of the most important things in a country. No Country can function if it doesn’t have laws. Law is a set of legitimate rules, statutes, and precedents, which are applicable within a given jurisdiction. Whenever one hears law all that comes in mind is Justice for one. And punishment of the same is... Continue Reading →

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