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Gandhi ji and Communal Liberty

Gandhi is an important figure in India’s national movement. A phase of our national movement is called the Gandhian Phase. Nation is defined as a people sharing a common language, history and culture and having a sense of belonging to their common identity. The idea of nation was combined with […]

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Structure of banking system in India

Introduction Banking in India in the mdern sense originated in the last decades of the 18th century . The first banks were Bank of Hindustan (1770-1829) and the General Bank of India established 1786. The largest bank and the oldest still in existence, is tge State bank of India, which […]

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Classification of Law in Jurisprudence

International Law and Municipal Law Law maybbe broadly divided into two classes: international law and municipal law. Whatever the objections raised against the claim of international law to be called international law, it is now recognised that international law is not only law but also a very important branch of […]

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Conversion to Islam and Marital Rights

Introduction Muslim law applies to-        1)   Mohammedans by birth, as well as to,.                                                                2) Mohammedans by conversion. A non-muslim , who has attained majority and is of sound mind may embrace Islam in any of two modes:- a) He may simply declare that he believes in the oneness of God […]

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Why the UP unlawful-conversion law should be struck down.

The Uttar Pradesh Prohibition of Unlawful Conversion of Religion Ordinance, 2020 was promulgated on November 27, 2020.  The Ordinance specifies the procedure for undergoing religious conversion and prohibits unlawful religious conversion. The prison term for unlawfull conversion is 1 to 5 years with a minimun fine of Rs.15,000. Causes  The […]

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The Legal Practitioner’s (Women) Act, 1923.

The Legal Practitioner’s (Women) Act was passed in the year 1923. it was only in 1846 that all duly qualified irrespective of nationality or religion were able to enter into the legal profession. Women were still excluded from the profession at this stage, to be thereafter admitted through the Legal […]

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Advocate’s Day (3rd December)

Advocate’s Day  is celebrated in our country by the lawyer community on 3rd december every year to mark the birth anniversary of Dr. Rajendra Prasad, the First President of India and a very eminent lawyer. Rajendra Prasad was born on December 3, 1884. Having graduated from school, he studied at […]

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“RIGHT TO LIFE AND PERSONAL LIBERTY”

CONCEPT Every person has the right to life library and security. Among all the fundamental right the right to life is unquestionably. Right to life means that no body can interfere in your freedom including government also. The people have human rights which protect their life and give them right […]

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Criminal Conspiracy

According to criminal law, an act of criminal conspiracy is said to to be committed when two or more people come together to form an agreement between them to carry out a criminal activity in foreseeable future. In some countries across the world, the act of criminal conspiracy is completed […]

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Is cryptocurrency legal in India?

With India’s rapid technological progress and extraordinary breakthroughs, particularly with the introduction of COVID-19, the fintech sector has been on a steady upward trajectory. With the increasing popularity and understanding of cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin, Ripple, Dogecoin, and others among Indians, many people have begun to invest the majority of […]

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Personal Injury in india

India is fast transitioning from a developing to a developed country as a result of growing industrialization and globalization. Wherever there is progress, though, there will be disagreements. Increased competition, industrial growth, modernization, and technological advancements accompany increased growth and development, paving the way for more conflicts and cases to […]

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Judicial Service Examination

Judicial Service Examination The Indian government has three branches . Judiciary is one of them. The Judiciary is a judicial system that interpreting and applies Law. Clear Judicial service examination […]

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Environmental issues faced in India

Environment refers to the physical elements. It includes the land, water and air. It is the living ecosystem that maintains the existence of human life. The term environment is derived from a French word ‘Environia” which means to surround. In other words environment can be defined as the sum total […]

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ANALYSIS OF GAMBLING LAWS IN INDIA

Public Gambling Act of 1867: As once Ambrose Bierce said “The gambling known as business looks with austere disfavor upon the business known as gambling.” Does mean that Gambling is for entertainment, not for profit. But this generation is pulling all the strings to make it popular and make it […]

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