Penalties under Industrial Dispute Act 1947

Penalties under Industrial Dispute Act 1947 Industrial Dispute Act 1947 act to make provision for the investigation and settlement of industrial disputes, and for certain other purposes. The act lays down penalties for various offences. They are as follows:- Section 25Q – Lay-Off or Retrenchment without prior permission – Contravening the provisions of Section 25-M or 25-(N) || Penalty – Workman……...

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Uniform Civil Code – An Overview

STATUS OF UNIFORM CIVIL CODE IN INDIA The question of a Uniform Civil Code (UCC) in India has attracted the educated class in India ever since the Constitution of India was brought into operation. Article 44 in part IV of the Indian Constitution states: ‘the state shall endeavor to secure for the citizens a Uniform Civil Code throughout… Read More »

JOB OPPORTUNITY : Trademark Attorney (IPR) @ LR Swami Co., Chennai: Apply by November 30

About LR Swami Co., Chennai LR Swami CO. comprises of experienced trademark and patent attorneys ensuring that clients receive practical, cost-effective advice on all aspects of IP rights and their exploitation. With over 90 years of legal experience, and as one of the country’s leading firms, we have the expertise to properly address your intellectual property needs. Address… Read More »

Cyber Crimes: An Ethical Dilemma

This article titled “Cyber Crimes: An Ethical Dilemma” by Keshav Basotia dives deeper into the ethical concerns of cyber crimes. Read here to know more. “The modern thief can steal more with a computer than with a gun. Tomorrow’s terrorists may be able to do more damage with a keyboard than with a bomb.”– National Research Council, USA… Read More »

Nationalism, Communism, Socialism and Capitalism: Explained

Introduction The concept of the state is comparatively modern and owes its origin to Machiavelli who expressed this idea as the power which has authority over men. In other words, the state is no more than the rule of the stronger. The power which has authority over men is the government and the purpose of this government is… Read More »

History and Development of Trade Union in India

History of Trade Union in India The trade union of India was historically developed from the trade union movement of India. Trade union movement in our country has a century-long history. The first quarter of the present century saw the birth of the trade union movement, but the seeds of the movement were sown much earlier. In the twenties,……...

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Rights and Liabilities of a Registered Trade Union under Trade Union Act, 1926

Rights and Liabilities of a Registered Trade Union Here are the rights and liabilities of registered trade unions under the Trade Union Act, 1926. Objects on Which General Funds May Be Spent: Funds of a general trade union cannot be spent on any other objects than the payment of salaries, allowances and expenses to the office bearers of……...

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Object, Constitutional Validity and Salient Features of Minimum Wages Act 1948

Objective of Minimum Wages Act 1948 The Minimum Wages Act came into existence to safeguard the interests of the workers engaged in the unorganized sector. This Act provides for fixation and revision of minimum wages of the workers engaged in employment. Under this Act, both central, as well as State Government, are responsible, in respect of scheduled employments……...

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Rajput Queen: The Symbol of Purity

As the release date of the Sanjay Leela Bhansali Movie ‘Padmavati’ is coming near, protests are taking place everywhere day by day. Padmavati story like any other story has undergone many mutations. The Padmavat a book of poetry by Sufi poet Malik Muhammad Jayasi is perhaps the first available text to be grafted upon a historical event. Padmini… Read More »