Analysis: The Three Years of Swachh Bharat

The key problem with the Swachh Bharat Mission (SBM) is that the government is primarily focussed on promotions and events of the scheme rather than its implementation. Economics of Investing in Swacch Bharat The lack of sanitation is the leading cause of diarrhea among children under five, leading to stunting among children and also results in several preventable… Read More »

Seminar on Competition Law in India [KIIT University, Bhubaneshwar on Nov. 10]: Registration Open

About Seminar at KIIT University The Centre for Studies in Business and Corporate Law, School of Law, KIIT University, Bhubaneswar is organizing a One-day Seminar on “Competition Law in India” in Collaboration with the Competition Commission of India, New Delhi. For Whom The Seminar is open to all Students, academicians Ph. D scholars, lawyers, and professionals working in this area.… Read More »

Result – 1st Amity National Judgment Writing Competition 2017

Here is the Result for the 1st Amity National Judgment Writing Competition 2017. About the Competition 1st Amity National Judgment Writing Competition 2017 was a combined venture of Amity Law School Gurgaon, SCC Online, and Legal Bites. This was to explore the area of legal education to increase and promote qualitative legal research by looking at practical aspects… Read More »

Rights of an Arrested Person

Rights of an Arrested Person | Overview Right to know the grounds of Arrest Information regarding the Right to be released on Bail Right to be taken before a Magistrate without Delay Rights at Trial Right to Consult a Legal Practitioner Rights of Free Legal Aid Right to be examined by a Medical Practitioner Right to Silence The……...

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Loudspeakers at religious places – Violation of right to Privacy

“Right to privacy” is an integral part of Right to Life and Personal Liberty guaranteed in Article 21 of the Constitution,” the SC’s nine judges bench ruled unanimously. It added that the right to privacy is intrinsic to the entire fundamental rights chapter of the Constitution. Case filed for removal of loudspeakers from religious places Recently a PIL filed by… Read More »

Indian Moral Preaching Suffers from Great Depression

Indian Moral Preaching Suffers from Great Depression Education is one of the unique gifts specific to human beings. Education is for everyone irrespective of his or her differences in India. Long ago, there was education based on professions. Though some Indians had no script education, they had training in their professions. Though they had the least idea of… Read More »

First Information Report (F.I.R.)

Meaning The information regarding commission of an offense has to be entered in a book available with the police. The information so recorded is called First Information Report i.e. F.I.R. It is an information to the police station at first in point of time that an offense has been committed and on the basis of which the investigation is……...

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Trial in Summons Cases | Step by Step

Introduction to Summons Cases The Criminal Procedure Code of 1973 is, as is clearly indicated by its title, a comprehensive enactment laying down the law relating to criminal procedure. But it is worth mentioning that the code is not a pure adjective law of procedure; there are some provisions in it which take the nature of substantive law. For……...

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Procedure of Trial Before Sessions Court

Introduction Sessions Court is the court that deals with criminal cases at a district level. To be more precise, it deals with the more serious warrant cases. It cannot take cognizance directly of any offense except in cases of defamation as given u/s 199 of CrPC. In rest other, a competent magistrate takes cognizance and commits the case……...

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Start-up in India and Economic Growth

India has seen significant growth in entrepreneurship lately, and start-ups are beginning to dramatically impact the economy. With an average age of 28, India’s entrepreneurs rank among the youngest in the world. The formalization of India’s start-up economy is also increasing, with funding for start-up companies more than doubling between 2014 and 2015. The top MBA Colleges from… Read More »