What is Floor Test? All you must know about it amidst political crisis
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What is Floor Test? All you must know about it amidst political crisis

“The collective trust in the legislature is founded on the bedrock of the constitutional trust”. With Eknath Shinde becoming Chief Minister, finally, we have an outcome of the political turmoil going on in Maharashtra for the past 10 days. Amidst the entire ordeal, we kept reading about the possibility of a floor test being conducted, a term not explicitly mentioned in the Constitution but a tool devised to check that the government enjoys the confidence of the legislative body (representative of the people).

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What happened in Sri Lanka & the situation today
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What happened in Sri Lanka & the situation today

The island country Srilanka with a population of 22 million, which was once seen as a model for a developing economy, is experiencing the worst crisis in 70 years.

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Shinzo Abe: Assassination of Japan’s longest serving PM
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Shinzo Abe: Assassination of Japan’s longest serving PM

Japan's former PM Shinzo Abe, the longest-serving leader, has died in hospital after he was shot at a political campaign event. This incident will send shivers down your spine as the former PM Mr Abe was shot twice while he was giving an election campaign speech in the southern city of Nara, after which he immediately collapsed and was taken to the hospital.

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Blasphemy law in India : How India fights blasphemous attacks?
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Blasphemy law in India : How India fights blasphemous attacks?

In search of Gods, are humans losing humanity? The act of beheading of a Hindu tailor in Udaipur for a social media post supporting Nupur Sharma over her “blasphemous” remarks against Prophet Muhammad had set the entire nation on fire and was considered by the Centre as an act of terror. So, the question here is, "Is there an urgent need for blasphemy laws in India?" What are these laws? Will implementation of such laws help in combating these terror incidents? In this article, we will be discussing all these issues. 

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CLAT UG 2022 Current Affairs Analysis
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CLAT UG 2022 Current Affairs Analysis

For 2022, out of 60,895 registered candidates, 56472 candidates appeared for CLAT UG 2022. Based on the overall analysis, this year the paper for CLAT 2022 was a bit lengthy yet moderately easy. Given this, in this article, let’s do a quick & detailed analysis of the entire question paper of CLAT UG 2022, which contains:

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CLAT PG 2022 Exam Analysis: Subject-wise Analysis & Expected Cut-off
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CLAT PG 2022 Exam Analysis: Subject-wise Analysis & Expected Cut-off

Do you want to give a headstart to your preparation over other aspirants for the CLAT PG exam?💭 We definitely assume yes, for an answer. But first of all, you must be aware of the most common mistakes the aspirants make during the PG exams, such as making unintelligent choices, not devoting proper time, panicking during the exam, doing improper research, etc. 🤯. So, it's important to overcome these mistakes and start with the preparations beforehand. Then why not begin with the past year's paper analysis?🧠

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Sex Workers, Prostitution and Grey Areas in India
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Sex Workers, Prostitution and Grey Areas in India

Sex workers face continuous brutality, violence from clients and banishment from every community activity and even their own family. The recent release of the movie Gangubai Kathiawadi, which revolves around the life of a sex worker turned campaigner has once again brought the topic into the spotlight. 

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What are election laws & how are elections held in India?
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What are election laws & how are elections held in India?

India, after securing its independence, was declared a sovereign, secular, socialist & democratic republic, it was only after 1947 when India rode down the road to becoming the world’s largest democracy with the motto “of the people, by the people, for the people”. The people of our country are unrestricted to form their political parties. In order to form a government, they must choose their representatives from the available political parties. Since the 17th century, elections have been the most obvious procedure through which modern representative democracy has functioned. This procedure is also used in various other private and business official doms. In this article, we will discuss about the election laws in India.

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Can daughters inherit their father
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Can daughters inherit their father's property?

Wondering if daughters have a right to inherit property? Or Are daughter’s coparceners in father’s ancestral property like sons? In India, daughters' rights on their father’s property have always been in controversy and even after several judgments, dilemmas on the same haven’t been resolved whether it’s the landmark case of Vineeta Sharma or any other. It’s a known fact that women have always been treated inferior to men, both in terms of inheritance rights and the capacity to hold property independently and many restrictions were imposed on both inheritance and woman’s property rights in our country. 

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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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Raising legal marriage age for women
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Raising legal marriage age for women

An Indian wedding is gradually becoming a way for people to show off their social status, all ‘courtesy to Bollywood’. As shocking as it might sound, but Indian parents usually spend more on lavish weddings and dowry than on education, especially in case of daughters, who are married at an early age sacrificing their education due to societal and peer pressure. But don’t you agree that even a thought like this must be considered as “ridiculous as drinking poison to satiate one’s thirst?” 

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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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Upcoming Bills in Winter Session of Parliament 2021
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Upcoming Bills in Winter Session of Parliament 2021

Winter is here. And so is the Winter Session of the Indian Parliament! This time it is scheduled from 29th November, 2021 to 23rd December, 2021 with special adherence to COVID- 19 protocols. This date is nowadays approved by the Cabinet Committee on Parliamentary Affairs. In this Session, there will be 20 working days (i.e. 20 sittings). Every day there will be one hour of Question Hour and one hour dedicate to Zero Hour by both Houses of Parliament. Last year, the winter session could not be held due to the pandemic. The last three Parliamentary session were also curtailed due to the COVID scare. 

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Farm Laws Repealed- What led to this decision?
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Farm Laws Repealed- What led to this decision?

After a long run debate, our Indian Parliament has finally decided to repeal the three controversial farm laws which were enacted last year. Prime Minister Narendra Modi in his address to the nation has assured that the legislative process for the repeal would be completed in the upcoming Winter Session of Parliament. He also requested the farmers to return home to their families and put an end to the protest. 

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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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Are Prenuptial Agreements Valid in India?
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Are Prenuptial Agreements Valid in India?

Prenuptial agreement (prenup) is a contract of European roots that is garnering its place in many other regions of the world. In its classical European philosophical sense, the contract is represented as a measure of precaution that secures the assets of both the husband and wife. In India, the concept of prenups have resurfaced time-and-again and gained popularity, such as, when Maneka Gandhi recommended the Minister of Law and Justice for the establishment of prenups as mandatory before the act of marriage. However, the legality of prenup agreements in India is a dicey road. 

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Legal Compliances every Start-up should know
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Legal Compliances every Start-up should know

The Indian startup sector, which redefined the statistics in the aftermath of the pandemic, has the potential to be the 'engines of growth'. According to the Nasscom Tech Start-up Report 2020-21, India has 38 unicorns-startups with a valuation of more than $1 billion.

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How to file a Case in Consumer Court?
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How to file a Case in Consumer Court?

India is home to billions of consumers indulged in the market space which ranges from small necessity products like food and beverages to luxury products like a television or a car. The Consumer Protection Act of 2019 came into effect for the purpose of protecting the interest of such consumers and to give an efficient solution to the disputes relevant to them. The process of filing a consumer court complaint has been made very convenient and fast-track for satisfaction and redressal to the consumers.

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