G20 Summit: Objectives, Achievements and 2023 India Presidency
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G20 Summit: Objectives, Achievements and 2023 India Presidency

The Group of 20 (G20) is an international forum that fosters economic cooperation, held annually under the leadership of a rotating Presidency. The G20 is the premier grouping of the world's largest economies that functions to create certain international standards to deal with the most critical issues. On the horizon of the world economy, the G20's rise is an important development.

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Why SC allowed the controversial practice of Jallikattu in Tamil Nadu?
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Why SC allowed the controversial practice of Jallikattu in Tamil Nadu?

The Decades old practice of Jallikattu has always been centred around controversies. Both Animal rights organizations and Courts have raised concerns about the cruel treatment of animals and the sport's violent and hazardous nature, which can result in injuries and even death of both the bulls and the participants involved.

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Is Surrogacy Legal in India?
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Is Surrogacy Legal in India?

Ever wondered if surrogacy is a big no-no in India? Well, guess what! Shah Rukh Khan's third bundle of joy, AbRam, proves otherwise. How? well...AbRam was born through surrogacy as it is very much legal in India. Are all forms of surrogacy legal though? We will answer that in the coming paragraphs.

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UPI payments to charge fees from 1st April 2023?
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UPI payments to charge fees from 1st April 2023?

Since the government first implemented demonetisation in 2016, the Center has been promoting paperless payments. Even while cash is still king in today's world, internet payments have increased significantly. The number of transactions peaked at a record 782 crores in 2022, marking the apex of the Unified Payments Interface (UPI). UPI transactions in December reached a record high of Rs 12.82 lakh crore.

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Defamation law in India: IPC Section 499 and 500
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Defamation law in India: IPC Section 499 and 500

Reputation once harmed cannot be recovered! Just like it happened in the case of Rahul Gandhi who even got disqualified from the Parliament when he was sentenced to maximum punishment for defamation under IPC. Defamation is an important concept under criminal law which highly impacts the political and social life of the individuals. Defamation not only damages someone’s reputation, but also impacts their career, attracts criminal penalties and compensation.

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Congress without Rahul Gandhi?
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Congress without Rahul Gandhi?

Rahul Gandhi, convicted of the crime of Defamation, faces disqualification from the membership of Lok Sabha. Although he attained bail, his political career has now become unpredictable. He has been sentenced to 2 years of imprisonment for the crime of Defamation. But, how are MPs disqualified from Parliamentary sessions? What’s the criterion? Hop on the blog to know the details!

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Criminal Trespass IPC
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Criminal Trespass IPC

Have you ever experienced a situation where a person is entering a place forcefully and committing a crime? Of course, in movies, we’ve noticed such scenes, but in reality, it’s a crime and can attract a difficult punishment in future. Wanna know more about it? Keep scrolling!

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Anti-smoking Laws in India
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Anti-smoking Laws in India

If you’re a movie fan, we’ll assume you all know Mukesh! His disease scares the hell out of people but do we all know the consequences and laws regarding his smoking habits? Some consequences are displayed in the visuals but what about the history, laws and other important information? If you don’t wanna be the next Mukesh.. Keep on surfing the blog!!

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The Oscars 2023 : Highlights & Winners
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The Oscars 2023 : Highlights & Winners

One of the most awaited award ceremonies of the year, which enhances the career of Artists and gives them a flowery pathway. This is none other than the Oscars Award. This time India was served with two historic awards. To know more keep on scrolling through the blog.

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The Lodi Dynasty: History & Rulers
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The Lodi Dynasty: History & Rulers

The fifth and last dynasty of the Delhi sultanate, the Lodi dynasty, was of Afghan descent. One of the Afghan Sardars who had settled in Punjab was Bahlul Lodi. During the Sayyid era, he received the Sirhind iqta. The Khokhars were a ferocious, warlike clan that lived in the Salt Ranges of present-day Pakistan. Bahlul Lodi restrained their rising influence. Muhammad Shah called Sayid Sultan of Delhi to ask for assistance in fending off a Malwa attack. Bahlul remained in Delhi even after thwarting the attempt. In 1451, Bahlul and his troops seized possession of Delhi. For instance, Delhi's "Lodhi" Gardens are examples of tombs built in the Lodhi Dynasty's garden architecture style.

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The Sayyid Dynasty: History, Founder & Rulers
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The Sayyid Dynasty: History, Founder & Rulers

In 1414, Khizr Khan, a former Multan governor, established the Sayyid Dynasty. The Tughlaq Dynasty was replaced by this one, which lasted for 37 years, from 1414 until 1451. The Lodi Dynasty succeeded it as the fourth dynasty of the Delhi Sultanate.

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The Slave Dynasty: History & Rulers
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The Slave Dynasty: History & Rulers

The Slave Dynasty or Mamluks of Delhi sultanate gave birth to the first Islamic rulers of India. The Ghurid rule declined when Muhammad Ghori died in 1206 CE; however, his slave generals formed different kingdoms out of the empire. The rulers of that era are as follows:

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Adani Hindenburg Controversy: Is this the end of Adani Raj?
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Adani Hindenburg Controversy: Is this the end of Adani Raj?

We all know the different types of scams which got famous, be it the Hashad Mehta case or the Vijay Mallya case. Well, this blog is about the alleged scam highlighted by the Hindenburg Research Company. So recently, the Supreme Court intervened in Adani’s case forming a special panel to look into this matter. Wondering what we are talking about? Keep on scrolling!

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Can Buildings be Trademarked?
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Can Buildings be Trademarked?

Generally, trademarks are only given to corporate names and logos, businesses that provide consumer goods and services, or the actual products themselves. This is done to shield these businesses from competing ones that could try to benefit from their goodwill and brand recognition. One must accept the reality that trademarking for buildings is the norm around the world. Famous monuments like the Sydney Opera House in Australia, the Eiffel Tower in Paris, and the Empire State Building in New York, to mention a few, have trademarks.

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The Russian Revolution: History, Timeline & Causes
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The Russian Revolution: History, Timeline & Causes

In 1917, one of the biggest revolutions occurred when Russia shifted from a monarchy to a communist or socialist government. In this revolution, the peasants and Russia’s working-class people revolted against the government of Tsar Nicholas II. These people were led by Vladimir Lenin and a group of revolutionaries called the Bolsheviks. It was after this war that the Soviet Union marked its origin. Before the revolution, Russia was ruled by a powerful monarch known as the Russian Tsars. The Tsar held complete power in Russia & commanded the army, owned vast areas of land & even controlled the church. 

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Top 10 Landmark Cases of Constitution
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Top 10 Landmark Cases of Constitution

So, college students often struggle with case laws, especially on the subject of the constitution. Here is the list of 10 landmark judgments of the Constitution of India. These cases are important not only for your college exams but will also help you in Judiciary exams. So, let’s get started!

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Breach of Contract : Meaning, Types & Remedies
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Breach of Contract : Meaning, Types & Remedies

We all have mugged up this definition of Contract before going to Law school ‘A contract is an agreement enforceable by law.’ In simple words, it is a legally binding agreement formed with the consensus of two or more parties upon mutual terms and conditions based on a consideration set by the parties. But what if one party refuses to perform the terms of the contract? What should be the remedies available to them? Let’s discuss this in the blog below.

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The 105th Amendment of Indian Constitution
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The 105th Amendment of Indian Constitution

So, the latest Amendment brought into the Indian Constitution is the 105th Amendment Act of 2021. It mainly focuses on restoring the authority of state government to identify Other Backward Classes (OBCs) that are socially and economically backward. The Act was passed on 18 August 2021. This blog covers the explanation of the 105th Amendment Act 2021, which will be informative for college students, judiciary aspirants as well as students preparing for competitive exams.

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