Reconsideration of the age limit for CLAT asked by Supreme Court

  The Bench comprising Justice Bobde and Justice Nageshwara Rao was confronted with the matter of reasonable age limit for appearing in the Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) and to pursue 5-year integrated law course. For the petitioner's side, that is Rishab Duggal and Michael Sam (CLAT aspirants), Senior advocate Kapil Sibal, advocate Sanjay Hegde … Continue reading Reconsideration of the age limit for CLAT asked by Supreme Court

GOODS AND SERVICE TAX (GST)- A COMPARISON BY PALAK NENWANI

Adopted by France in 1954 GST has been introduced in more than 150 countries. This changing face of Indian taxation is the way towards which developing country like India should head for. The Constitution Amendment Bill for Goods and Services Tax (GST) has been approved by The President of India post its passage in the … Continue reading GOODS AND SERVICE TAX (GST)- A COMPARISON BY PALAK NENWANI

Ambiguity regarding attempts in civil service examination for physically handicapped aspirants belonging to OBC cleared

While setting aside the judgements of Madras high and Delhi High court, where physically handicapped candidates belonging to OBC have been granted to make attempts to 10 times for civil service examination, the honourable apex court ruled that a person enrolled for the civil service examination under the category of physically handicapped can avail only … Continue reading Ambiguity regarding attempts in civil service examination for physically handicapped aspirants belonging to OBC cleared

The story of ban, protest, and legislation: Jallikattu triumphs

Since the Supreme Court had banned the traditional celebration of Jallikattu (part of Pongal harvest festival), there was heavy dissent and uproar amongst its followers to be continued with such fest which is centuries old. In the 2014 that particular proceedings was initiated by PETA (People for ethical treatment of animals), AWBI (Animal welfare board … Continue reading The story of ban, protest, and legislation: Jallikattu triumphs

CRIMINAL VICTIMIZATION BY VIDUSHI PANDEY

Introduction The trauma of victimization is a significant reaction to the consequences of the crime which has happened. The victim suffers from the mental problems and it also leaves an everlasting impact on the financial, physical and emotional matters. The victim not only has to struggle with the primary injuries (emotional, financial, physical and mental) … Continue reading CRIMINAL VICTIMIZATION BY VIDUSHI PANDEY

WhatsApp, Facebook, TRAI, Centre issued notice by SC over new data-sharing privacy policy

In recent updates Hon’ble Supreme Court of India hearing an appeal filed by Karmanya Singh (engineering student) and Shreya Sethi (law student) concerning the privacy policy of the WhatsApp where the data of the users shall be subject to non-disclosure and sharing with the third parties. The present petition is challenging to scrap down the … Continue reading WhatsApp, Facebook, TRAI, Centre issued notice by SC over new data-sharing privacy policy

DISABLED PERSON: INTERNATIONAL LEVEL BY LEENA LATWAL

Disability is that term used for a disabled person who has some kind of disability. Disability is a condition in the human body due to some medical or natural cause. Disability is may be physical, mental, intellectual, developmental or sensual. Mostly everyone is affected by the disability but for some it is permanent and for … Continue reading DISABLED PERSON: INTERNATIONAL LEVEL BY LEENA LATWAL

VIOLENCE Against Women By Gunjan Bhagchandani

PSYCHOLOGICAL VIOLENCE OR EMOTIONAL DAMAGE: 1) Humiliating and insulting comments. 2) Harassment at work place 3) Work environment deterioration. 4) Employment in jeopardy- undermine potentials through words, writing and gestures. 5) Isolation and restrictions on communication. 6) Use if children by the violent and intimate way to control women- attacking children, forcing to watch violence, … Continue reading VIOLENCE Against Women By Gunjan Bhagchandani

SUPREME COURT AND THEIR PROCEDURE FOR FILING A FILE BY GUNJAN BHAGCHANDANI

  Supreme Court is the superior body in the hierarchy of the courts in India. The Supreme Court of India is the highest judicial forum and final court of appeal under the Constitution of India, the highest constitutional court, with the power of constitutional review. It comprises the Chief Justice of India and 30 other judges. It has original, appellate and advisory jurisdictions. As the final … Continue reading SUPREME COURT AND THEIR PROCEDURE FOR FILING A FILE BY GUNJAN BHAGCHANDANI