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Lakshadweep Draft Regulations: Centre May Decide Whether To Accept Objections Submitted After Time-Limit, Says Kerala High Court

Case: Mohammed Sadique vs The Administrator, Union Territory Of Lakshadweep Coram: Mr. Justice A.Muhamed Mustaque & Dr. Justice Kauser Edappagath Case No: WP(C) NO. 11591 OF 2021 Court Observation: “It is for the Ministry to consider the suggestions, comments, objections, etc as raised against the draft Regulations. Nothing would prevent Read more…

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Capacity Building Workshop on “The Nuances of Academic Legal Writing” by Hoot Welfare Society

About the Organisation The Hoot Welfare Society is a Lucknow (INDIA) based non-profit organization (NFO/NGO) with a chartered vision of supporting and nurturing meaningful communication through interdisciplinary social and cultural projects. We provide opportunities for creativity and community-based innovation and aim for collective impact with each project. Program Structure Duration: 1 Read more…

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Call For Paper by Global Sports Policy Review (ISSN (O): 2582-8886)

About the Organiser Global Sports Policy Review (ISSN (O): 2582-8886) is the first of its kind multidisciplinary online sports journal which combines articles addressing the overall sports curriculum and sports policy matters which revolve around trending sports-related issues of the era, starting from legal and administrative policies to all other sports-related affairs Read more…

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Cultural Heritage and Intellectual Property

Written By:– Aayushi Singh Introduction Cultural Heritage: Cultural Heritage is an expression of the ways of living developed by a community and passed on from generation to generation, including customs, practices, places, objects and values. Cultural Heritage often include or expressed as either Intangible or Tangible cultural heritage. Cultural Heritage Read more…

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Call for Papers (Vol I Issue 8): LawPublicus The Legal Portal Submission last date: 30th June 2021

About the Portal/ Organisation LawPublicus is a novel initiative by legal minds from diverse fields of law under the oversight and encouragement of the honoured legal fraternity.As an online portal, LawPublicus provides Legal Updates; Judgments; Bare Acts; Publication, and also Career Opportunities. It is a platform for young minds to Read more…

Anticipatory Bail: Critical Analysis

Supreme Court Dismisses Banks’ Application To Recall Judgment Which Directed RBI To Disclose Loan Defaulters List, Inspection Reports Under RTI

Case: Reserve Bank of India v Jayantilal N. Mistry Coram: Justices L Nageswara Rao & Vineet Saran Case No: M.A. No.2342 of 2019 Court Observation: “There is no provision in the Supreme Court Rules for filing any application for recall of the judgment of this Court”, “The applications styled as Read more…

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Call For Blog: The Opinion

About The Organisation The Opinion is a collective of students from various prestigious Law Institutes across India. We publish short articles/blogs on social and legal subjects, providing an opportunity to the early writers who face trouble in finding people who can review, enhance, publish, and promote their piece. The Opinion Read more…

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IJCLS: Call for Paper

About the Journal The International Journal of Comparative Legal Studies (IJCLS) is open access, peer-reviewed journal which is formed to provide a platform for academicians to express and contribute towards framing better laws in the dynamic Indian Society. The Journal draws its inspiration from the very nature of human intellect Read more…

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“System Can’t Turn The Clock Back Nor ‘Undo’ Offence”: Delhi HC Awards ₹6 Lakh Interim Compensation To Minor Sexual Assault Victim

Case: MST. X (THROUGH MOTHER AND NATURAL GUARDIAN) v. STATE & ORS. Coram: JUSTICE ANUP JAIRAM BHAMBHANI Case No: W.P.(CRL) 1419/2020 Court Observed: “Since the system cannot turn the clock back nor ‘undo’ the offence, there is little else the court can do other than prosecute the offender and provide Read more…

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Webinar on Big Tech and Competition Law – Contemporary Issues

About KSOL Centre for studies in Business and Corporate Law (KCBCL), KIIT School of law, KIIT Deemed to be University. The KSOL Centre for studies in Business and Corporate Law (KCBCL) is a faculty and student-run initiative which was founded in the year 2017 by corporate law enthusiasts of KSOL. The primary goal is to provide as well as promote a social and academic platform, to foster discussions on Corporate Law. Read more…

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Existence Of Arbitration Clause Does Not Debar Court From Entertaining A Writ Petition In Contractual Matter: Supreme Court

Case: Uttar Pradesh Power Transmission Corporation Ltd. Vs. CG Power And Industrial Solutions Limited Coram: Justices Uday Umesh Lalit and Indira Banerjee Case No: [SLP(C) 8630 OF 2020] Court Observation: “…In any case, the existence of an arbitration clause does not debar the court from entertaining a writ petition. It Read more…

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