Emerging Economic frauds in the banking sector - The Law Communicants

Application Of Promisory Estoppel

Application Of Promisory Estoppel: A Critique (With Special Reference To Review Of Administrative Descretion) Written By: Meghna Prusty Introduction The notion of equity, fairness, and moral conscience underpins the doctrine of promissory estoppel. The doctrine of Promissory Estoppel states that when an individual makes a clear promise to another individual Read more…

Emerging Economic frauds in the banking sector - The Law Communicants

Legal Issues Relating To Electronic Contract Under The Information Technology Act, 2000

Legal Issues Relating To Electronic Contract Under The Information Technology Act, 2000 Written By: Meghna Prusty Introduction With the advent of industrialization, westernisation, and growth, global technological advancements have resulted in significant shifts in business and trade. Business and trade are no longer constrained by territorial boundaries or the requirement Read more…

Emerging Economic frauds in the banking sector - The Law Communicants

Privatization Of Natural Resources: A Critical Threat To Sustainable Development

Privatization Of Natural Resources: A Critical Threat To Sustainable Development Written By: Meghna Prust Introduction To achieve their basic requirements, the majority of the world’s poor rely on open access resources such as fisheries, forests, and farmland. Natural resources are important for economic development since they support people’s livelihoods. Several Read more…

Emerging Economic frauds in the banking sector - The Law Communicants

Rights Of LGBT People

Rights Of LGBT People Written By: Meghna Prusty Introduction Individualism has spread like wildfire over the world, emphasizing human rights, equality, and freedom of speech and expression, among other things. Lesbian, homosexual, bisexual, transgender, and questioning (LGBTQ) people’s human rights are important problem that has gotten a lot of attention Read more…

Emerging Economic frauds in the banking sector - The Law Communicants

Separation of Powers under the Indian Constitution and the Relationship between Legislature, Executive, and the Judiciary

Separation of powers under the Indian constitution and the relationship between legislature, executive, and the judiciary Written By: Naveen Talawar Introduction There are three main organs of the government in a state, the legislature, the executive, and the judiciary. According to the theory of separation of powers, in a democratic Read more…

Emerging Economic frauds in the banking sector - The Law Communicants

Constitutional Amendments in India

Constitutional Amendments in India – Present Constitutional Scenario – Strategies for Change” Written By: Naveen Talawar Introduction It is necessary to change the constitution as a fundamental law of the country with social changes. By this, the possible danger of the overthrow of our political institutions would be prevented said Read more…

Emerging Economic frauds in the banking sector - The Law Communicants

Maternity benefit Act 1961

Maternity benefit Act 1961 with recent amendments Written By: Sreshta Satpathy Introduction The Maternity Benefit Act of 1961 is a piece of legislation that protects women’s employment throughout their pregnancy. It enables female employees to a ‘maternity benefit,’ which entitles them to full pay throughout their time off from work Read more…

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