How to Prepare for CLAT 2021?
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How to Prepare for CLAT 2021?

Holidays are round the corner and so is the CLAT entrance exam that’s all set to gift anxiety, pressure, tension and loads of topics that are still required to be covered. CLAT has always been a topic of great discussion in India either for its unpredictable changes in the syllabus or for the level of difficulty that they put into setting the question paper for a 12th pass out. In spite of that, it never restrains the determined minds to come up with flying colors. So what capacitates them in doing so? It takes strategy, consistency and a lot of hard work. Let’s look into some of these. 

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Did Google and Facebook abuse their monopoly in their competitive markets?
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Did Google and Facebook abuse their monopoly in their competitive markets?

Well, one way or the other, Google never fails to update us with the happening news headlines, isn’t it? This time, Google was the one making the headlines. A few days back, the Attorney General of Texas i.e.; General Ken Paxton filed a lawsuit against Alphabet Inc’s Google. The lawsuit was more of a claim that Google allied with Facebook (which is considered to be its top-notch rival) for a deal which is certainly illegal in its nature to manipulate the auctions for all the advertising that takes place online. 

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Nationalization of Banks: History of Indian Banks
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Nationalization of Banks: History of Indian Banks

Indian banking system has passed 51 years of Bank Nationalization successfully and if it has contributed anything to the economy, then it has to be gaining self-sufficiency in food grains products and a massive raise in financial inclusion. It has helped India to emerge as one of the greatest economies and its potential being recognized around the globe. On that note, let’s get deep into the concept of Nationalization.

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Free Speech vs. Contempt of Court: A Face Off
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Free Speech vs. Contempt of Court: A Face Off

Ever heard of someone being charged with a fine of Re.1? Sounds surreal but is true! One of the most eminent advocates of our country- Mr. Prashant Bhushan was asked to pay it. Well, it was just the matter of a tweet which was made by the renowned advocate about the Chief Justice of India, accompanied by a picture where he could be seen on a bike. (That picture went pretty viral, in case you aren’t aware) and ultimately landed Mr. Bhushan in a lot of trouble because not only it amounted to ‘contempt of court’ but it also invoked the concept of ‘freedom of speech’.

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Career in Law: A great opportunity
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Career in Law: A great opportunity

“Make crime pay, become a lawyer” - Will Rogers The desire to enter a legal profession is basically drawn from inspiration. Previously, law was a family profession as most of the law aspirants took the inspiration from their family members. From Mahatma Gandhi to Barack Obama, the list of inspirators who have used the legal profession as a stepping stone to greatness, runs long and wide. Nowadays, law have become widely popular in India as it has evolved with time and law aspirants tend to seek the profession of law out of interest and the interest is no longer related to it being the family profession.

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Legality of Phone tapping in India
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Legality of Phone tapping in India

Phone tapping refers to the monitoring of internet-based communications and phones by a third party by secret means. The word ‘phone tapping’ also means wiretapping or line bugging or interception of the phone. It was first commenced in the USA in the 1890s after the invention of the telephone recorder. Communication surveillance are broadly accepted as a necessary evil.

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Evolution of Anti-Rape Laws in India
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Evolution of Anti-Rape Laws in India

Rape is one of the most common and under-reported crimes against women in India. According to NCRB, India recorded an average 87 rape cases every day in 2019 and 4,05,861 cases of crimes against women during the year 2019 itself. There are even classifications of rape for instance, ‘custodial rape’, ‘caste rape’, ‘gang rape’, ‘class rape’, ‘police rape’, ‘army rape’, ‘rape of minors’ & ‘date rape’. There are also other categories of rapes that are not yet acknowledged by the Indian legal system such as 'marital rape’ and ‘rape of sex workers’. 

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The Farm Bill 2020: Know the Pros & Cons
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The Farm Bill 2020: Know the Pros & Cons

The newly passed farm bills will give farmers the freedom to trade across states and empower them to turn into traders of their own produce and be in control of the process. The intent behind these three bills is that the new regulation will create an ecosystem where the farmers and traders will enjoy the freedom of choice of sale and purchase of agri-produce and promote barrier-free inter and intra-state trade and commerce outside the physical premises of markets notified under State Agricultural Produce Marketing legislations.

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Formative Labour Code Bills 2020
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Formative Labour Code Bills 2020

Among the many bills rushed through the Parliament during this Monsoon Session, three of them were the very important labour code bills. These are the Industrial Relations Code Bill, 2020, Code on Social Security Bill, 2020 and the Occupational Safety, Health and Working Conditions Code Bill, 2020.

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Law Enforcement and Investigation Agencies of India
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Law Enforcement and Investigation Agencies of India

Enforcement Directorate, Central Bureau of Investigation and Narcotics Control Bureau are Law Enforcement, Investigative Agencies, and Intelligence working under different Ministries. Are their functions similar? Whether they work simultaneously for investigation of the cases? These are some of the prime questions that strike in our minds.

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Drug Abuse in India and Its Legal Scenario
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Drug Abuse in India and Its Legal Scenario

Drug abuse is a pervasive phenomenon and a negative trend of the society. India is no way far from this vicious circle of illicit substance abuse. Excessive use of both illicit & licit substances causes public health hazards. Euphoria, stress, anxiety, depression are the outcomes of excessive drug use. A survey in India had reported that two-fifths of addicts came in conflict with the law. Almost three-fourths of addicts were unable to work at their workplaces, and addicted students could not attend to their studies.

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Bihar Elections 2020 amidst Pandemic
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Bihar Elections 2020 amidst Pandemic

On 28th August, finally, the Apex court rejected a petition seeking deterrence to the Vidhan Sabha elections scheduled to be held this year owing to the coronavirus pandemic. The court observed that Covid-19 could not be a ground to stop elections. However, asked the election commission to take all the necessary precautions and consider everything. The elections are scheduled to take place by November' 2020. Let us learn what could be the possible yes or no's behind the processing of elections.

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Freedom or No Freedom for Dr. Kafeel Khan
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Freedom or No Freedom for Dr. Kafeel Khan

On Tuesday, the Allahabad High Court held that the speech made by Kafeel Khan at Aligarh Muslim University on December 13, 2019, amidst anti CAA protest doesn’t promote hatred or violence. It is nowhere threatening the peace and tranquillity of the city of Aligarh. Moreover, it gives a call for national integrity and unity amongst citizens. 

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Media Trials in India
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Media Trials in India

Media is regarded as one of the four pillars of democracy. And it plays a vital role in moulding the opinion of the society and it has the potential of changing the whole viewpoint through which people make their perceptions on various events. Media Trial describes the impact of television and newspaper coverage on a person's reputation by creating a widespread perception of guilt irrespective of any verdict in a court of law.

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

The CLAT PG exam is conducted every year for admitting eligible candidates to LLM program offered by the 22 participating NLU. Every year more than 10,000 students register to take the Clat PG exam and only top 5% are selected for various national law schools. In order to be in this top 5%, a student must have the right attitude towards the exam and its preparation. 

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Reservation in India 2020
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Reservation in India 2020

Britishers were well aware about the lack of unity amongst Indians. They took no time in taking advantage of that which is the reason we were under their rule for 400 years. Quite a long time and we still don’t know that either we are above their method of ruling.

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Restoration of 4G Internet Services in J&K
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Restoration of 4G Internet Services in J&K

“Question of National Security” has been trending since the imposition of ban on internet services in J & K last year. Restoration of the high-speed internet services in two non- border districts is the latest step taken by the J & K Home Department to ease internet restrictions in less sensitive areas. On Aug 5, 2019 Section 144 was imposed in J&K that restricted the unlawful assembly of more than four people in a particular area. The government declared the revocation of Article 370 of the Indian Constitution which gave J&K a special status within the Indian union. The government also decided to bifurcate the state into two Union Territories; Ladakh and J & K passing the Jammu and Kashmir Reorganization Act, 2019.

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Sushant Singh Rajput Death Case: Legal Scenarios & CBI Probe.
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Sushant Singh Rajput Death Case: Legal Scenarios & CBI Probe.

A single Judge Bench comprising of Justice Hrishikesh Roy of Supreme Court invoked Article 142 of Indian Constitution that permits it to exercise its jurisdiction, to order CBI probe into Sushant Singh Rajput's death case by suicide.

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