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Wage ceiling for EPF and minimum pension increased

Government decided to fix the minimum monthly pension as Rs. 1000/- per month under the Employees Pension Scheme, 1995. This will be directly benefiting around 28 lakhs pensioners who ...
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Amendment to Mineral Concession Rules, 1960

Latest amendment notification, issued by the Mining Ministry by which mining leases for major minerals are given out has the nation’s mining and steel industry in a complete fix. Mineral ...
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SC refused to disqualify Ministers with criminal cases

The Supreme Court has dismissed a petition on whether cabinet ministers with criminal cases can continue in the government. A five judge Constitution bench headed by the Chief Justice ...
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SC stays APTEL’s order allowing hike in tariffs in Mundra Plants

The Supreme Court stayed an order by the Appellate Tribunal for Electricity (APTEL) allowing Adani Power Ltd and Tata Power Co. Ltd to charge higher prices for the electricity produced ...
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Applicability of International Humanitarian Law (IHL) on cyber warfare

Apoorva Sharma, Institute Of Law, Nirma University, Ahmadabad The end of law is not to abolish or restrain, but to preserve and enlarge freedom. For in all the states of created beings ...

Capital Punishment: Should it be gender biased?

Prachi Kumari, Student, Law School, BHU, Varanasi Honourable President Pranab Mukherjee late last month rejected Renuka Kiran Shinde and her sister Seema Mohan Gavit’s mercy petitions. ...

Combating Cyber Crimes against Women

Aman Ahmad, Student of Law, Jamia Millia Islamia Cyber Crime is a global phenomenon and with the advent of technology, cyber crime against women is on the high and it has been posing ...

Judicial endeavour towards woman empowerment

Prachi Kumari, Student, Law School, BHU, Varanasi On 14th August, 2014, A Full Bench of the Bombay High Court delivered a noteworthy judgment on daughter’s right to ancestral property ...

Importance of Non – Violence and Ethical Values

Aman Ahmad, Student of Law, Jamia Millia Islamia “Liberty and democracy become unholy when their hands are dyed red with innocent blood.” ― Mahatma Gandhi. From the First World ...
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Restraint on Discretionary Power of Arrest Possessed by Police

Prachi Kumari, Student, Law School, BHU, Varanasi Honourable Supreme Court in recent judgment of Arnesh Kumar V State of Bihar and Ors.1, expressed its view that police has not come ...
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Law Relating to Electronic Contracts by Dr. R.K Singh

Vishnu Chandran, II year LLM Student, School of Legal Studies, CUSAT The technological changes are boon for mankind and the internet has changed the life of people altogether. Almost ...
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An Introduction to Rights by William A Edmundson

Cyriac Tom, IInd Year, LLM, School of Legal Studies, Cochin University of Science and Technology, Cochin.   The idea of rights is of great importance to the modern society. Especially ...
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Sports Law by Anujaya Krishna

Diljith Manohar, II year LLM student, School of Legal Studies, CUSAT The idea ‘Sports’ has evolved from being a mere recreational activity to a multi-billion industry. Indian scenario ...
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National Judicial Appointment Commission Bill, 2014

Prachi Kumari, Student, Law School, BHU, Varanasi Whether an Encroachment upon Independence of Judiciary or a Mechanism of bringing Transparency Passing of 99th Constitutional Amendment ...
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Does the common law judge have the same discretion as a legislator in making law in “gaps”?

Naveen k. Jain, 3rd year student of Jindal Global law School Hart talks about his theory of secondary rule. He says that the secondary rule is one which authorises the primary rule. ...
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