WHAT IS TRADEMARK? A trademark is a type of intellectual property consisting of a recognizable sign, design, or expression which identifies products or services of a particular source from those of others. The trademark owner can be an individual, business, organization, or any legal entity. A trademark can be any word, phrase, symbol, design or... Continue Reading →


According to the Copyright Act. 1957, the Chapters XI and XII deals with the infringement of copyright and the remedies available against it. TYPES OF COPYRIGHT INFRINGEMENTS: Infringement of copyright can be divided into two categories: PRIMARY INFRINGEMENT; andSECONDARY INFRINGEMENT. Infringement of copyright usually occurs when a person intentionally or unintentionally copies the work of... Continue Reading →

Meaning of Law and Justice

What is law? According to Thurman Arnold:- There is no specific definition of law. One cannot define law in a statement. Reason is that society is dynamic in law is made for the regulation of society. He further emphasized that how one can define a static definition for the Dynamic society. However there are different... Continue Reading →


The INDIAN EDUCATION SYSTEM, ruining aspirations, dreams, careers and lives since forever. On an average an Indian person spends about 16-18 years in school and another 3-5 years in college, if not more thinking that education will put him on the right path of life and rightly so. What are the expectations? He/she will know... Continue Reading →


In computer engineering, the word artificial intelligence (AI) describes some human intelligence exhibited with some type of computer robot, or even alternative devices. In common use, synthetic intelligence denotes the skill of an individual laptop or system to mimic the capacities of their mind--understanding examples and experience, comprehending things, comprehension and reacting to speech, which... Continue Reading →

Why is the Indian Army considered one of the best and bravest?

The dedication, determination and doughtiness with which our Indian Soldiers perform their herculean task of safeguarding our national territory is comparable to none. No one better than their are entitled to be addressed as ‘ The real hero's’ . They always give their best at every situation and do their work honestly- The Indian Army... Continue Reading →

A.K. Gopalan v. State of Madras

Introduction :- About AK Gopalan K. Gopalan was a communist leader who was detained in the Madras Jail under Preventive Detention Act,1950 and challenged his detention by stating that his civil liberty was being hampered as he had the right to equality of law. A.K. Gopalan vs State of Madras (1950)A K Gopalan v State... Continue Reading →


Sports is one of the most important thing in the life of a human being since his/her birth. It is considered as one of the most important physical activities to remain fit, active and healthy. From the beginning of our childhood, we are often told by our teachers and parents to at least make any... Continue Reading →

Communal harmony: backbone of India’s unity and integrity

50 year on the Spectre of communal harmony still haunts us. We saw it's macabre  from during the trauma of partition. How far the British played mysterious game in dividing Hindu and Muslim during the last phase of Empire will be debated for decades to come. Separate electrode was the most pernicious  practice which divided... Continue Reading →

Role of NGOs in a Country’s Development

NGO is an organisation of a group of individuals who volunteer their services for achievement of the society larger goal, in the interest of the general public. It is not under control of any governmental body and is a non-profit venture for improving the welfare of citizens. NGOs act as a middleman between the society... Continue Reading →

Missing for 11 years, lived next door to her house with her lover in a room for more than a decade.

At the time of her disappearance a decade ago, an 18-year-old girl from Kerala was allegedly living with her boyfriend less than 500 metres from her family's house. Sajitha (now 29) spent the last decade living in a room with her boyfriend Rehman in Ayalur village in Palakkad, while her family lost hope of ever... Continue Reading →

Sovereignty and Partition of India 1947.

Indeed India’s partition bestows a ample amount of significance to all the Indians, especially among Hindus and Muslims. The brutal regime of British so sternly ruled India before the partition and subjugation. The conflict between Hindu and Muslims commenced from the year 1900 when the Indian National Congress denied to represent the Indian Muslim’s demands... Continue Reading →


Odisha, formerly known as Orissa, is a state of India. It is located in the eastern part of the country. It is bounded by the states of Jharkhand and West Bengal to the north, by the Bay of Bengal to the east, and by the states of Andhra Pradesh and Telangana to the south and... Continue Reading →

Should hindi be made the national language of india

According to a study by Ethnologue, India has the world’s fourth highest number of languages. Some of the languages are extinct because the upcoming generations refuse to recognize the language. Article 343 of the Indian Constitution states that the official language of the Union shall be Hindi in Devanagari script. Article 344 provides for the... Continue Reading →


Negligence, in general, is the breach of duty caused by omission to do something which a reasonable man, guided upon those considerations which ordinarily regulate the conduct of human affairs, would do, or doing something which a prudent and reasonable man would not do. An action for negligence proceeds upon the idea of an obligation... Continue Reading →

Indian Villages – our strength or weakness

Introduction:        Indian Villages – The name itself acquires a ton of joy and sensational recollections. Where we can smell the land, we can see all-adjust greenery and harmony far away from the disorder and hustle life of urban areas. The tranquillity and quietness of the environment sends is in itself an inspirational viewpoint. Town... Continue Reading →

Independence Day, what it means to me

Today being the Independence day of our country, I am sure everyone’s timelines are filled with patriotic post about the country being independent and the Indian History. But the Country is made of its citizens and are the citizens really independent, that is what really matters today. While, many of us are enjoying today as... Continue Reading →

A 72 year old mistake rectified

I had first heard and understood a bit about the Kashmir issue, when I was in school. I understood the gravity of the Kashmir situation only when I opened the bare act during my law college days. I was in my first year, first semester and opened the Bare Act for the First Act. This... Continue Reading →

Yes, I am a Dal Chawal Person

Dal Chawal, is the basic staple food of most of the Indians and my love for Dal Chawal is something that I cannot explain. It is beyond words and emotions for me. We use different types of Dal to make the basic Dal curry at home. A simple change in the ingredient, or tempering will... Continue Reading →

Those 48 hours – a Travel story

This story is about my journey across the length of our country within 48 hours. It was in the year 2004. I had just completed my 12th standard and for vacations, my parents had planned a trip to North India. We began our journey by train from Boriali station at Mumbai. The first stop of... Continue Reading →

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