The rise of telehealth: A lesson to Indian judiciary

Indian judiciary is a justice administering machinery. No citizen should fall prey in the hands of injustice due to the ineffective functioning of the courts. The very essence of our constitution stands to preserve justice

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Media trials: Hindrance in the administration of Justice

Media is the fourth pillar of our democracy. Media through its immense work and the groundbreaking role has acquired that status. When the judiciary, legislature, and executive fail to look out for their citizens, free

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General Consent: State Vs CBI

Daily or weekly, we frequently come across the news headlines regarding CBI. Its establishment is prominent and quintessential to our nation. CBI has made major contributions in solving some of the very big cases pertaining

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Relinquishment Deed

What is a Relinquishment Deed? A Relinquishment deed is a legal instrument that a person uses to formally release his legal rights of immovable property and relinquishes it in the name of some other person.

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Police Misconduct And Laws Against it in India

The killing of George Floyd due to Police Misconduct has sparked debates around the world. Police misconduct in India has also shown its ugly face over the past years. Some recent cases have brought police

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Tips for In-House Counsel to Accelerate Growth

What is an In-House Counsel? An emerging business or a law firm may have to encounter hurdles along its way. One such is the legal issues, which include contracts, employment issues, securities, mergers, and other

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Agreement vs. Contract: Explanations And Examples

Ever wondered what are the major differentiators between agreements and contracts? Read on to find out. What is an Agreement? Meaning: An agreement is the meeting of minds or a mutual understanding between two or

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Court Marriage Rules in India

Unlike shown in Bollywood movies, court marriages in India take more than just two consenting adults. Court marriages are solemnized as per the ‘Special Marriage Act, 1954’ and the procedure is common across the nation.

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