Doctrine of Frustration: Competitive Exam Questions with Concepts Explained!
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Doctrine of Frustration: Competitive Exam Questions with Concepts Explained!

Hey, learners! Guess what? We've got a super interesting article for you this time. We're diving specifically into the Contract Act, checking out something called the 'Doctrine of Frustration'. But here's the fun part – we're not going into the super complicated sections of the Indian Contract Act. Instead, we're going to tackle it by answering questions from the CLAT PG 2024.

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Understanding the Constitutional Bench Judgments of 2023
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Understanding the Constitutional Bench Judgments of 2023

2023 saw many Constitutional Bench judgments, with more hits than misses! But the point remains: how good were the good judgments, and what impact would the bad ones leave?

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CLAT PG 2024: Complete Question Paper Analysis
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CLAT PG 2024: Complete Question Paper Analysis

From an increase in the number of passages to a more time-consuming format, this year's CLAT PG brought some surprises. On 3 December 2023, The Common Law Admission Test for Post-Graduate Studies (CLAT LLM) was conducted for the academic year 2024-25. With an impressive 93.92% of registered students taking the exam, the excitement was high, and the stakes were raised. However, some students struggled with longer questions, making it hard to complete the entire paper.

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Internship Opportunity at NUSRL Ranchi: Limited Vacancies!
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Internship Opportunity at NUSRL Ranchi: Limited Vacancies!

As we approach the end of the year, it's a great time to explore new job opportunities. If you're looking for a chance to make a meaningful impact, consider applying for the role of Program Coordinator at the Department of Personnel and Training in the Capacity Building Commission. This position offers a unique opportunity to contribute to organisational development and grow your career. The application deadline is 15 December, so don't wait too long to submit your application.

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Job Opening at Capacity Building Commission, New Delhi: Apply Now!
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Job Opening at Capacity Building Commission, New Delhi: Apply Now!

As we enter the year's final month, plenty of job opportunities are available for professionals, scholars, and newcomers alike. With so many options, deciding which one to pursue can be overwhelming. However, one opportunity stands out from the rest- the role of Program Coordinator at the Department of Personnel and Training in the Capacity Building Commission. This position offers a unique chance to contribute to organisational development and make a meaningful impact. 

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Kurukshetra University Organizes 1st National Moot Court Competition: Register Now!
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Kurukshetra University Organizes 1st National Moot Court Competition: Register Now!

Attention Readers!📢 The Faculty of Law, Kurukshetra University, is organising the 1st National Moot Court Competition 2024 from 29 February to 2 March 2024. 

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NCRB Report 2022 Highlights: Crimes in India
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NCRB Report 2022 Highlights: Crimes in India

The release of the much-awaited NCRB Report (National Crime Records Bureau) of 2022 revealed some shocking statistics on crime rates in India, looking at which one can't help but question the reality of crime decline in India.

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Does Legal Education help Reduce Crimes?
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Does Legal Education help Reduce Crimes?

In India, the issue of crime remains a significant concern, and experts are now looking at legal education as a potential solution. The idea is to introduce fundamental legal concepts and education into high school curriculums to promote a transformative shift in education. This proactive measure is expected to reduce crime rates and protect against victimisation. 

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Should India have compulsory military service?
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Should India have compulsory military service?

India's army boasts over 1.4 million active personnel, making it the second-largest in the world and also the world's largest volunteer army. Some Indians believe that compulsory military training and conscription should be implemented, citing countries such as Singapore and South Korea as examples. 

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Top 10 Current Affairs November 2023
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Top 10 Current Affairs November 2023

Being aware of current events can be beneficial for your exam preparations. What if I told you that knowing the top 10 important events of the month of November could be the key to acing your upcoming exams? It's true! While many important events occurred, we have selected a few that could potentially assist you in your following exams. So, let's explore the most intriguing current affairs of the month and see how they could impact your exam preparations.

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Deepfake Technology: A Growing Threat that Steals your Face
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Deepfake Technology: A Growing Threat that Steals your Face

Have you ever wondered if your face or voice could be used without your permission? Imagine a world where someone can create videos that look exactly like you, saying things you've never said. That's the unsettling reality of deepfake technology. In India, even though it's not widespread in politics, there's growing concern about the potential misuse of deepfakes. So, how did we get here, and what can we do to protect ourselves from this digital threat? 

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Tricks to learn Indian Constitution using Mnemonics
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Tricks to learn Indian Constitution using Mnemonics

Mastering the Indian Constitution is crucial for many competitive exams. Every article within its pages carries equal weight, making it a must-know subject. While our previous blog shared some savvy tricks, we're back with a twist! Get ready for a bunch of new tricks- the secret to remembering things effortlessly with innovative mnemonic strategies.🧠

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Section 498-A IPC: Law against Cruelty towards Women
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Section 498-A IPC: Law against Cruelty towards Women

In a society where marriages are highly valued, Section 498-A of IPC both harms & protects. It addresses the issue of domestic violence, dowry harassment & gender equality but also raises concerns about justice and societal expectations like the arrest of an accused without investigation on a mere complaint, fake FIRs & impact on family relationships. Nearly 31,000 complaints of crimes committed against women had been received by the National Commission for Women (NCW) in 2022, the highest since 2014. Shocking!

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Are the Child Abuse Laws in India Enough to Protect Children?
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Are the Child Abuse Laws in India Enough to Protect Children?

Did you know a study conducted by the National Commission for Protection of Child Rights has found that 55% of children in India have experienced some kind of abuse, with 25% facing physical abuse, 16% facing sexual abuse, and 11% being victims of verbal or emotional abuse? 

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Hate Speech: Understanding & Combating it in India
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Hate Speech: Understanding & Combating it in India

Have you ever encountered words online or offline that made you uncomfortable? Whether it's online or offline, words can deeply impact us. That's why it's important to talk about hate speech, which is when words are used as weapons to hurt or belittle people because of who they are. Did you know more than one hateful incident happened daily in the first half of 2023? Can you imagine? 

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Tips & Tricks to Learn Important Sections of IPC
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Tips & Tricks to Learn Important Sections of IPC

The Indian Penal Code (IPC) is a comprehensive criminal code that serves as the primary legislation governing criminal offences in India. With 511 sections, it can be overwhelming to remember all of them, especially when preparing for competitive exams that test your knowledge of specific sections. 

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M.C. Mehta: The Green Avenger of India
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M.C. Mehta: The Green Avenger of India

Meet M.C. Mehta, the "Green Avenger of India." He is an environmentalist who has made a name for himself with his legal expertise and tireless commitment to protecting the environment. M.C. Mehta is a force to be reckoned with in environmental law.

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Section 304A IPC: Laws on Medical Negligence in India
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Section 304A IPC: Laws on Medical Negligence in India

Medical negligence is the breach of a duty of care owed by healthcare professionals to their patients, resulting in harm or injury due to a failure to meet the standard of care expected in the medical field. 

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