Tracing official bias from Gullapalli to Doctrine of necessity

Supreme Court of India
Palak Gupta, Student of Law, Gujarat National Law University It is the spirit and not the form of law that keeps justice alive.  ~ Earl Warren. Natural Justice is an important concept in administrative law. In the words of Megarry, J.1it is ‘justice that is simple and elementary, as distinct from justice that is complex, sophisticated and technical.’...

What does not come under the definition of industry?

V. Chandra Sekhar, Student of Law, Damodaram Sanjivayya National Law University, Visakhapatnam Change is a phenomenon that twists the very fabric of the society. When the world entered 19th century, the discovery era had just passed by and the era of invention had begun, and it was out of these inventions that companies were born. Out of a filament bulb Thomas...

Income Tax Issues in relation to Refund

Abhilash T.G, Asst. Professor in Law, CSI College for Legal Studies, Kottayam STUDY OF THE VERDICT OF THE APPEX COURT IN COMMISSIONER OF INCOME TAX Vs GUJARAT FLOURO CHEMICALS (2013) Tax refund is the amount, which the tax department gives back to a taxpayer who has paid excess taxes. Refund means, “To pay back”. The refund under the Income Tax Act 1961...

Elections in India and related Laws

Ipsita Mishra, Student of Law, NLU, Odisha India is the largest democracy in the World. Since 1947 free and fair elections have been held at regular intervals as per the principles of the Constitution, Electoral Laws and System. The Election Commission of India has complete control over the elections. Election Commission of India is a permanent Constitutional...

Inherent Powers of High Court in Quashing Criminal Proceedings against Companies

Rohit Nandakumar, Student of Law, NUALS, Kochi A criminal proceeding, according to the law Lexicon, refers to a proceeding instituted and conducted for the purpose either of preventing the commission of a crime or for fixing the guilt of a crime already committed and punishing the offender. In L. Choraria v. State of Maharashtra1, the term has been pointed...

Sports Gambling: A Case for Legalisation in India

Anand Swaroop Das & Poonam Motwani1. “There is a practice around today that causes a lot of problems, damages families, people lose their jobs, they get in debt. They do it in excess. It is called drinking. . . . Prohibition didn’t work for alcohol; it doesn’t work for gambling2.” Gambling is an activity which traces back to the beginning of every...

Inter-Country Adoption and its Judge – Centric approach in India legal system

Adoption
Manjeet Kumar Sahu, 4th Year Law Student, University of Petroleum & Energy Studies, Dehradun. Inter-Country Adoption is the most debatable issues in the current Private International Law regime. This concept has helped the needy children in providing them homely environment, which is an essential aspect for proper growth and welfare of the children. With...

Manager – Legal, JSW Steel Ltd, Mumbai

Desired Skills & Experience Candidate is expected to have 1)    LLB / BL from a reputed university with at least 6 years post qualification experience 2)    Basic knowledge of litigation 3)    Knowledge of Court procedures 4)    Experience of drafting of affidavits / pleadings / legal notices / replies to notices 5)    Experience in briefing...