Criminal Procedure Identification Bill 2022
Criminal Law

Criminal Procedure Identification Bill 2022

It is an undisputable truth that the conviction rate in our country is very low & the conviction in IPC offences is about 40%. In states like West Bengal, Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, Gujarat, Odisha and Karnataka it is less than 10%. In India, 9 out of 10 accused in sexual offences are let off in these states.

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AILET PG 2022 : New Exam Pattern
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AILET PG 2022 : New Exam Pattern

All India Law Entrance Test is a national level law entrance exam, conducted all over the country for admissions to the LL.M programme at the National Law University, Delhi. This year, it shall be held on June 26th, 2022, from 10:00 AM to 11:30 AM. Recently, NLU-D has changed the Exam pattern for AILET. This year the paper will contain both objective and subjective questions. Therefore, it is necessary for the candidates to go through the updated pattern, to prepare accordingly.

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Important Cases of 2021- Part 2
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Important Cases of 2021- Part 2

When we talk about law school examinations or any competitive exam in which law-related questions are asked, recent Judgements play a very important role. Therefore in continuation with the last article, in this blog, we will be talking about the rest of the important cases of the year 2021.

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Vodafone Tax Dispute Case
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Vodafone Tax Dispute Case

Do you remember the good old days when there was an iconic Vodafone ad with the pug? You and I in this beautiful world...brings back all the nostalgia, doesn’t it? They surely took the internet by storm with this ad still stuck in the minds of the Millenials!

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What are Zero Hour and Question Hour in the Parliament
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What are Zero Hour and Question Hour in the Parliament

The Winter Session of the Parliament started on a stormy note with a lot of debates and protests going on in both the Houses with regards to the controversial bills being passed. As we all know that the basic essence of the Indian Parliament is to make laws for its citizens and all legislative proposals have to be introduced in the form of bills before the Parliament. Therefore a bill is nothing but a statute in draft and it cannot become a law unless it has received the approval of both the Houses of Parliament and assent of the President of India.

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AIBE 2021- Exam Analysis & Other Details
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AIBE 2021- Exam Analysis & Other Details

All India Bar Examination is an open-book exam that is conducted so that qualified law graduates can become advocates in India and practice the noble profession. Without clearing AIBE, a law graduate cannot practise in the Indian Courts. It is generally said that the All India Bar Examination is not a hard nut to crack and candidates who follow the syllabus and carry the right bare acts in the examination can clearly do so. 

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Important Cases of 2021- Part 1
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Important Cases of 2021- Part 1

The most important thing for a law student is to be updated with the recent legal happenings and the recent important judgments. Just like 2020, this year as well the courts are hearing and deciding cases virtually after the 2nd wave that happened in India. In this article we will discuss the important judgments & will be talking about the rest of the cases of 2021 in the next article. Let us have a look at the Most Important Cases Part 1-

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Legality of Cryptocurrency in India & What does the Government say
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Legality of Cryptocurrency in India & What does the Government say

Humans interact with each other in many ways, one of which is exchange of goods and services amongst themselves. Ever since the beginning of human settlements people have been interacting each other for purpose of commerce. It started with barter, where one person would exchange certain item in return for some other item. 

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Landmark Judgments of 2020: Must Read for Law Students
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Landmark Judgments of 2020: Must Read for Law Students

The Supreme Court of India has once again proved to be the guardian of justice in the country during one of the most tragic and surprising year as it not only adopted to the online mode by enhancing e-courts programs but also ensured that justice was delivered on time regarding important issues of the country. Let us have a look at the most important cases decided in the year 2020-

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Nani Palkhivala: The Legendary Lawyer
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Nani Palkhivala: The Legendary Lawyer

“If a count were to be made of the ten topmost lawyers of the world, I have no doubt that Mr. Palkhivala’s name would find a prominent place therein” – H.R.Khanna

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Landmark Judgments of Justice Sharad Arvind Bobde
Constitutional Developments

Landmark Judgments of Justice Sharad Arvind Bobde

In 2018, the position of Chief Justice of India was referred to as the ‘First among Equals’ by a bench of the SC judges in a letter to the then CJI, Justice Arun Mishra. The CJI is a high constitutional functionary and is considered utmost important when it comes to deciding the landmark cases in India. The 47th Chief Justice of India, Justice Sharad Arvind Bobde is set to retire on 23rd April, 2021. As we know ‘With Great Power comes Great Responsibility’ and in his tenure of 18th months, Justice Sharad Arvind Bobde has been a part of some of the most consequential and watershed judgments in the history. 

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What is Right to Information? How to file an RTI
Constitutional Developments

What is Right to Information? How to file an RTI

The Supreme Court once said that- ‘People are the masters, and the masters have a right to know how the government, meant to serve them, are functioning’. Right to information, as the name suggests, is a right given to every Indian citizen whereby they can secure access to information under the control of public authorities which will promote transparency and accountability in the working of every public authority. The RTI Act mandates timely response to citizen requests for government information. 

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Tips and Tricks to remember Indian constitution
Constitutional Developments

Tips and Tricks to remember Indian constitution

How can I memorize the articles of the constitution? What are the easy ways to remember all the Fundamental Rights? What are the tricks to remember Parts of the Constitution? These are some of the question every law students seeks answers for!

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Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act, 1967: An Anti-Terror Law
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Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act, 1967: An Anti-Terror Law

Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act, 1967 is the cornerstone of India’s legislative policy against terrorism. Often dubbed draconian because of its provisions, was enacted with an object to control unlawful activities. It embodies the essence of the Preventive Detention Act which expired in 1969. Over the years the act has gone through several amendments to widen the ambit of its application. This article illustrates the history and the recent amendment made to the act.

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How to Prepare For CLAT PG Exam
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How to Prepare For CLAT PG Exam

CLAT PG is one of the most popular law exams in India. With over 8000 candidates appearing in this exam, its difficulty level is constantly increasing. The CLAT PG exam is conducted every year for admitting eligible candidates to the LLM program offered by the 22 participating NLU's and only the top 5% of the total candidates are selected for various national law schools so, in order to be on this list, a student must have the right attitude towards the exam and its preparation. So, it gets necessary to strategise for the exam accordingly. Read this article to get well-versed with some interesting strategies to crack this exam!

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UAPA and The Sharjeel Imam Case
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UAPA and The Sharjeel Imam Case

Sharjeel Imam, a former JNU student, was arrested by the police on account of instigating violence and disruption of peace, during the anti-CAA protests that took place near the Jamia Milia Islamia University, on 28 January 2020. He was booked under several charges under the India Penal Code, 1860, and an investigation was instituted against him under the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act, 1967 (UAPA). He has been, since his arrest, fighting to obtain bail, and also against the investigation timeline that has expired.

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Fundamental Duties
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Fundamental Duties

The Fundamental Duties are the basic norms to be observed by the citizens towards their State. Fundamental Duties are mentioned under Art.51-A Part IVA of the Indian Constitution. They were added through 42nd Amendment 1976 upon the recommendations of Swaran Singh Committee to pay respect towards the Nation. The Fundamental Rights and Duties are correlative to each other.

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Concept of Corporate Personality
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Concept of Corporate Personality

Corporate personality is the creation of law. And as per the law, a corporation is an artificial person created by the personification of a group of individuals. The theory of corporate personality mainly states that a company has a legal identity different from its member. Both English and Indian laws follow the concept of corporate personality.

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