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Friday, January 23, 2015

Exceptions of agreement in restraints of trade with reference to Indian and English case laws

Exceptions of agreement in restraints of trade with reference to Indian and English case laws

The Indian Contract Act, 1872, which provides a framework of rules and
regulations, governing the formation and performance of a contract in India
deals with the legality of such non-compete covenants. It stipulates that an
agreement, which restrains anyone from carrying on a lawful profession, trade or
business, is void to that extent. Under section 27 of the Indian Contract Act,
1872 agreements in restraint of trade are void.

legislation relation to women right

legislation relation to women right

Hindu Succession Act 1956



For the purpose of succession to property by Hindu daughter the Hindu Succession Act, 1956, divides the property into four categories:

*Coparcenary property

*Property of a male Hindu

*Property of a female Hindu

*Dwelling house

legislation relation to women' right

legislation relation to women' right

Hindu Succession Act 1956



For the purpose of succession to property by Hindu daughter the Hindu Succession Act, 1956, divides the property into four categories:

*Coparcenary property

*Property of a male Hindu

*Property of a female Hindu

*Dwelling house

IPR Knowledge at the Door Itself

IPR Knowledge at the Door Itself

Tuesday, January 20, 2015

Austin’s theory of Sovereignty in modern India and Pakistan

Austin’s theory of Sovereignty in modern India and Pakistan



Austin, Hart and Kelson on Sanction as an integral part of law:
According to Austin “It is only conditional evil that duties are sanctioned or enforced. It is the power and the purpose of inflicting eventual evil and not the power and purpose of imparting eventual good which gives to the expression of a wish the name of the command.

Lok Adalat and Perspective of Paribarik Mahila Lok Adalat

Lok Adalat and Perspective of Paribarik Mahila Lok Adalat

Whether Section 377 of IPC Constitutionally Valid

Whether Section 377 of IPC Constitutionally Valid

Victims of Trafficking in India - Legal Rights - flesh trade

Victims of Trafficking in India - Legal Rights - flesh trade

Special Economic Zone - What is a SEZ - Indian Economy

Special Economic Zone - What is a SEZ - Indian Economy

Special economic zone or SEZ refers to a totally commercial area specially established for the promotion foreign trade. A Special Economic Zone (SEZ) is a geographical region that has economic laws more liberal than a country's typical economic laws.

Saturday, January 10, 2015

Euthanasia- a theological approach

Euthanasia- a theological approach

Euthanasia and Human Rights
Euthanasia can be classified into active and passive or alternatively into voluntary, involuntary and non-voluntary. Active euthanasia means putting an end to the life of an individual for merciful reason by a medical practitioner by giving a lethal dose of medication to the patient. Passive euthanasia takes place where methods such as removing artificial life support systems such as ventilators, hydration, etc are resorted to.

Right to die- " To be or not to be?":
In India, the sanctity of life has been placed on the highest pedestal. " The right to life" under Article 21 of the Constitution has received the widest possible interpretation under the able hands of the judiciary and rightly so.

Euthanasia - A Modern Term To Provide Moksha:
From the moment of his birth, a person is clothed with basic human rights. Article-21 of the Indian Constitution provides for Right to life which is one of the basic as well as fundamental right without which all rights cannot be enjoyed. Right to life means a human being has an essential right to live, particularly that such human being has the right not to be killed by another human being. In M.S Dubal vs. State of Maharastra, the Bombay High Court held that right to life under article 21 of the Indian Constitution includes ‘right to die’.

Consumer law - the consumer protection (amendment) act

Consumer law - the consumer protection (amendment) act

Uniform Civil Code

Uniform Civil Code