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Ridhi Khurana
Written By :
Gurgaon, Haryana

Inter-Caste Marriage in India: Is It Legal?


Written By : Ridhi Khurana (Advocate, Gurgaon)

“Religion wale column mein hum bold and capital letter mein #INDIAN likhte hain.”(Religion वाले कॉलम में हम बोल्ड एंड कैपिटल लेटर में #INDIAN लिखते हैं) Got it right…...it's the famous dialogue by Akshay Kumar ...

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Ridhi Khurana
Written By :
Gurgaon, Haryana

How Many Types of Property in India?


Written By : Ridhi Khurana (Advocate, Gurgaon)

We own so many things in life. It starts with a few diapers, goes on with clothes, jewellery, currency, land, etc. Then we end up with nothing once the heart stops beating. Yet, property still remains one of the biggest reasons for dispute in this mortal world. Here on this page, the different types...

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Kishan Dutt Kalaskar Retired Judge
Written By :
Bangalore, Karnataka

Important Supreme Court Judgments 2022


Written By : Kishan Dutt Kalaskar Retired Judge (Advocate, Bangalore)

Gurmail Singh & Anr. Vs. State of Uttar Pradesh & Anr Impact or effect if one of the convicted co-accused is died during the pendency of Criminal Appeal. Ten defendants were found guilty in this case under Section 302/149 IPC by the Trial Court, and each appealed to the Allahabad H...

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Anik
Written By :
Bangalore, Karnataka

Is Homosexuality Legal in India?


Written By : Anik (Advocate, Bangalore)

In India, is homosexuality permitted?The answer to this question would be pretty straightforward: "Yes, homosexuality is legal in India."However, getting it wasn't as simple as it sounds.The Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, and Intersex (LGBTQI) community has waged numerous societal wars ...

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Anik
Written By :
Bangalore, Karnataka

Writs under the Indian Constitution


Written By : Anik (Advocate, Bangalore)

In the words of Dicey, prerogative writs are “the bulwark of English Liberty”. The expression ‘prerogative writ is one of English common law which refers to the extraordinary writs granted by the sovereign, as a fountain of justice on the ground of inadequacy of original legal remedies. In the...

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Anik
Written By :
Bangalore, Karnataka

Directive Principles of State Policies in India


Written By : Anik (Advocate, Bangalore)

The Sub-committee of Fundamental Rights constituted by the Constituent Assembly had suggested on enforcing two types of fundamental rights in the Indian Constitution - one which can be enforced in the courts of law and the other which because of their different essence cannot be implemented in the I...

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Ridhi Khurana
Written By :
Gurgaon, Haryana

What are Different Types of Divorce in India? - Know Here


Written By : Ridhi Khurana (Advocate, Gurgaon)

‘Divorce’ is just a seven letter word which puts an end to a relationship that ought to last till seven lives. Marriage and divorce are a subject of personal/ religious laws in India. The types of divorce in hindu law are not the same as applicable to Muslims or Christians. Moreover, how many ty...

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Ridhi Khurana
Written By :
Gurgaon, Haryana

Criminal Justice System in India


Written By : Ridhi Khurana (Advocate, Gurgaon)

CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM……. Ordinary imagination starts with a Saurabh Shukla like judge in the court, a sad accused behind the bars, and probably a superman-like defence lawyer bearing the burden of freedom of such accused. Or….jumping off the cliff to the other side of the imagination, a vict...

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Ridhi Khurana
Written By :
Gurgaon, Haryana

How Many Types of Corporate Law are There? - Let's Find Out


Written By : Ridhi Khurana (Advocate, Gurgaon)

When the word ‘corporate’ pops, the first image that hits the brain is a company with advanced infrastructure, several employees wearing formals, running day-to-day errands of the business world. A company has to undergo legal makeover in order to become a company recognized by law. There is a l...

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Kishan Dutt Kalaskar Retired Judge
Written By :
Bangalore, Karnataka

MODES OF CALL RECORDINGS ACCEPTED BY COURT


Written By : Kishan Dutt Kalaskar Retired Judge (Advocate, Bangalore)

A court's responsibility is to discover the truth and further the interests of justice. Courts give precise, relevant facts and evidence that is recorded in a way to uncover the truth. Understanding 'Evidence'Evidence is defined as follows in Section 3 of the Indian Evidence Act: All declarations th...

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