Media Trial: Right or Wrong

Introduction The media has been called the handmaiden of justice, the watchdog of society, and therefore the judiciary- the dispenser of justice and catalyst of social reforms. The media and Judiciary share a typical bond and work harmoniously to get the reality, uphold democratic values and deal with social, economic, and political problems. It can... Continue Reading →


Introduction To provider registration and regulation for all clinical establishments within the country with a motive to prescribing the minimum standards of facilities and services provided by them to citizens of the country the govt. of India (central govt.) enacted the Clinical Establishments (Registration and Regulation) Act, 2010 ("Act") as per commission namely "Clinical Establishments,... Continue Reading →

Lalman Shukla v. Gauri Dutt: Case Analysis

Court Allahabad High court Judge Justice Banerji Citation [1913] 40 ALJ 489 Facts: Defendant (Gauri Dutta) Nephew had absconded and was nowhere to be found.Defendant become alert to the very fact sent all the servants to look for the missing nephew.Plaintiff (Lalman Shukla) was one among the servants of the defendant who went out in... Continue Reading →

Basic Understanding of Legal Rights

Meaning of Legal Right Rights are termed as any action of a person permissible by law. In Essence, Legal rights are those rights that are provided to countries citizens by the government that particular country to access certain kind of freedoms. These rights are enjoyed by every citizen in day to day life and if... Continue Reading →

Income Tax and Goods & Services Tax (GST) comparison

When it comes to taxation, it isn’t enough to only know how much tax you pay on your income. Taxes in India are levied either by the state governments, central government, or local government organizations. As per the central government’s taxation mandate, all the taxes are divided into two groups - direct taxes and indirect... Continue Reading →

Difference Between Tax and Fee In Income Tax Act, 1961

Tax is levied compulsorily by the government on its citizens to defray the expenses of the government. A tax, by definition, is a payment in return for which no direct and specific quid pro quo is rendered to the taxpayer. From the definition of a tax, we can pinpoint some of the important charac­teristics of... Continue Reading →


CHILD LABOUR The term 'child labour', suggests ILO is best defined as work that deprives children of their childhood, their potential and their dignity, and that is harmful to physical and mental development. Interferes with their schooling by depriving them of the opportunity to attend school; obliging them to leave school prematurely; or requiring them to attempt... Continue Reading →


Copyright is one of the Intellectual Property Rights. In India, copyright is sui generis right. It is considered a natural right as it is automatically granted to the creator of the original literary (including computer programs), dramatic, musical and artistic works; cinematographic films; and sound recordings. Registration of work is not mandatory for availing the... Continue Reading →

Comparison between Ukraine Behavior Against Indian Students And India’s Humanitarian Behavior

For many years, Ukraine has promoted itself as a study destination for Indians and despite the long-standing situation between Russia and Ukraine which has been going on for several years thousands of Indians still decided to trust Ukraine and went there to study. Along with their hopes and dreams, these Indians brought revenue and business... Continue Reading →

Piracy of Design Under the Design Act,2000

Just like other intellectual properties, Design is also subject to infringement. Design infringement is the illegal act in which using of the registered design, or fraudulent copying of the registered design, without permission or authorization from the owner of such a registered design. IN such a case an owner of a registered design can go... Continue Reading →

Latest Emerging Areas of Practice in Law

As a final year law student there are two areas of law that always fascinates me: Merger and Acquisitions (M&A)Technology Law  The first step to establishing a career in this complex yet fascinating law would be to learn about it as much as you can. So that I always used to read about these two... Continue Reading →


Aviation law is branch of law concerning regulation of air travel and associated legal and business concern. Aviation law regulates everything from buying a plane ticket to travelling anywhere around the world. Aviation law facilitates the freedom of travel as well as protect and regulate the necessary action in many cases. It also concerns business... Continue Reading →

Importance of Affidavit in Legal world

An affidavit is a type of verified statement or showing, or in other words, it contains a verification, meaning it is under oath or penalty of perjury, and this serves as evidence to its veracity and is required for court proceedings. The Supreme Court in Amar Singh v. Union of India and Others 2011 4... Continue Reading →

Some Important and Interesting Facts about High Courts of India

High courts are said to be the highest courts of the state their judgements are binding upon lower courts and tribunals. From time to time high courts judgements had played a vital role in shaping and upgrading the judicial system at its best and also those judgements had been proven to be precedent to decide... Continue Reading →

Deduction & Exemption Under Income Tax

Deduction & Exemption Income Tax is a compulsory responsibility that is levied on every citizen, based on their capacity to pay, age, and gender. In regards to providing relief to the assessee from payment of taxes, in tax law, there are certain provisions for deduction and exemptions, which results in decreasing the overall tax liability.... Continue Reading →

Due Diligence In Corporate Governance

DUE DILIGENCE Due Diligence is a process by which confidential legal, financial and other material information is exchanged, reviewed, and appraised by the parties to a business transaction, which is done before any M&A transactions, etc. India presents a sophisticated economic, regulatory, and legal landscape for doing business. Hence, business venture success in India is... Continue Reading →

Amendment of The Constitution (Doctrine of Basic Structure)

Meaning of Amendment: Making a change in a text is referred to as Amendment. This change can be in the form of an addition, alteration, variation, modification, removal or repeal of the text. The constitutional provisions relating to amendment of the Indian Constitution Article 368 of the Indian Constitution deals with the amendment of the... Continue Reading →

Principle/Doctrine of Colourable Legislation

The doctrine of colourable legislation is the concept when a legislature vision to do something but is not able to do because it is beyond its capability or authority, within the limitations of its government’s constitution, it colours the law with a secrete motive or purpose, allowing it to achieve its original hidden objective. Legislation... Continue Reading →

White Collar Crime In India

This research article analyses a critical study on white-collar crime in India. And to understand the concept of white-collar crime in India. White-collar crime basically means the crime committed by the educated people belonging to a higher class of society during their occupation. Some of the most common white-collar crimes in India as well as... Continue Reading →

Grounds for refusal of registration of Trademark

A “Trademark” is defined under Section 2(1)(ZB) of the Indian Trademarks Act, 1999 as a “mark capable of being represented graphically and which is capable of distinguishing the goods or services of one person from those of others and may include a shape of goods, their packaging, and combination of colours.” Simply put, a trademark... Continue Reading →

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