How New IEA is Different from Old IEA?
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How New IEA is Different from Old IEA?

The Indian Evidence Act decides what evidence can be used in Indian courts for both civil and criminal cases. But now the Bharatiya Sakshya Adhiniyam, 2023 (BSA) is a game-changer for India's legal system, replacing the old Indian Evidence Act of 1872 (IEA) with fresh, modern rules. It officially came into effect on 1 July 2024 after getting the nod from both the Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha.

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How New CrPC is Different from Old CrPC?
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How New CrPC is Different from Old CrPC?

Understanding the criminal justice system can often be tricky, especially when the rules change. The Bharatiya Nagarik Suraksha Sanhita, 2023 (BNSS), aims to modernise and improve the old Code of Criminal Procedure (CrPC). This new law seeks to make the justice system faster, more transparent, and more focused on victims.

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How New IPC is Different from Old IPC?
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How New IPC is Different from Old IPC?

Who could have imagined 100 years ago that cybercrime would become a serious offence? Just like how crimes and criminals have changed a lot over the past century, our laws also need to keep up and change.

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How to Effectively Read Judgments for CLAT PG 2025 Success
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How to Effectively Read Judgments for CLAT PG 2025 Success

Preparing for CLAT PG can be tough, especially when it comes to studying recent and landmark judgements. These judgements are key to understanding the law and doing well in your exam. They're not just about memorising facts—they tell the stories that shape our legal system.

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The Preamble to the Indian Constitution: Meaning and Significance
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The Preamble to the Indian Constitution: Meaning and Significance

Most things we purchase come with a manual explaining how to use them and their purpose. Similarly, every act or piece of legislation comes with a preamble. Think of it as an introduction from the lawmakers, explaining why a particular law was created. The preamble helps clear up any doubts about the law it introduces.

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Understanding Data Privacy Laws in India
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Understanding Data Privacy Laws in India

You may have heard the famous statement from Google’s CEO  in 2010: “There was 5 Exabytes of information created between the dawn of civilization through 2003,” he said, “but that much information is now created every 2 days, and the pace is increasing.” It is often said that “Data is the new Oil.” This should be enough to show the importance of data. 

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Understanding Legal Distinctions: Types of Offences in India
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Understanding Legal Distinctions: Types of Offences in India

The word "offence" is frequently heard in our daily lives, whether in news reports or courtrooms. But what does it truly mean in the context of Indian criminal laws? Offences, simply put, are acts or omissions that are punishable under the law. 

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Emergency Provisions in the Indian Constitution: Types, Effects, and Key Cases
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Emergency Provisions in the Indian Constitution: Types, Effects, and Key Cases

As we know, India's Constitution is the longest in the world. One of its unique features is its ability to switch from a federal to a unitary form of government during emergencies. These provisions on emergencies are taken from Germany's Weimar Constitution. 

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How to manage School and CLAT 2025 together?
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How to manage School and CLAT 2025 together?

CLAT 2025 is just 6 months away! And if you are looking for tips and strategies on how to manage both your board exams and CLAT preparation, you're in the right place!

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The Doctrine of Pious Obligation in Hindu Law
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The Doctrine of Pious Obligation in Hindu Law

Debts have an important role in Hindu law, particularly regarding the responsibilities of a son to clear his father's debts. This is guided by the Doctrine of Pious Obligation, a unique principle in Hindu jurisprudence. This doctrine highlights a son's moral and spiritual duty to repay his father's debts to ensure their spiritual salvation. This responsibility extends beyond just the son; it includes the grandson and great-grandson as well, as they all inherit property rights by birth.

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Did the NTA Scam NEET UG Result 2024?
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Did the NTA Scam NEET UG Result 2024?

Once upon a time, topping an exam was meant to be a celebration all around. But today, things aren't so simple, especially with NEET UG 2024. Not one or two, but 67 candidates have topped this exam. Not only that, 44 of them became toppers because they were given grace marks for giving wrong answers.

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Role of Leader of the Opposition in Indian Parliament
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Role of Leader of the Opposition in Indian Parliament

Did you know that Rahul Gandhi won from two different constituencies in this Lok Sabha election 2024? However, he must vacate one seat within 14 days. This 18th Lok Sabha is set to look quite different from the previous one.

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How to Prepare for CLAT PG 2025 in 6 Months
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How to Prepare for CLAT PG 2025 in 6 Months

As the CLAT PG 2025 dates have been announced, there are roughly 6 months left to prepare. Many students are curious about how to get ready for this challenging exam. When you look at the syllabus for CLAT PG 2025, you'll notice that it includes everything you've studied in law school. It covers almost every subject, from personal family law to public international law.

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Constitutional Bodies In India (Part 2): Powers and Functions
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Constitutional Bodies In India (Part 2): Powers and Functions

Let's pick up where we left off in Part 1, in which we have talked about constitutional bodies like the UPSC, the Attorney General of India, etc and their important roles and responsibilities. In Part 2, we'll get to know more about these bodies and their powers and a fun trick to help you remember them easily. Let's continue!

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History of Juvenile Justice in India
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History of Juvenile Justice in India

As per the NCRB, last year, minors in the country committed a total of 30,555 crimes; Delhi is 6th on the list, with over 2,340 cases involving minors. In 2020, the cases registered against minors exceeded 2,643.

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Constitutional Bodies In India (Part 1): Powers and Functions
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Constitutional Bodies In India (Part 1): Powers and Functions

Have you ever wondered who makes sure our democracy runs smoothly? The answer lies in the Constitutional Bodies created by the Constitution of India. These bodies are super important for the management of India and ensure our democracy functions properly.

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May 2024 Legal Roundup
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May 2024 Legal Roundup

Want to know what's been happening in the legal world lately? From landmark Supreme Court decisions to a shocking Pune accident and a global human rights campaign, there was no shortage of important events in the month of May. 

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Funds of the Government of India
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Funds of the Government of India

Do you know where the President of India and the judges of the Supreme Court/High Courts get their salaries and pensions from? Or if someone invests in schemes like Sukanya Samriddhi Yojana, where does that deposited money go? Well, the answers to these questions lie in the detailed system of government funds that keep our country running. 

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