Category Archives: Articles

Gst & Registration

Registration is a very important aspect in any tax law. It affects our procedural compliances and how we are assessed. Therefore it is very important at the time of registration to determine under which category registration should be taken or whether registration should be taken or not where an option is

The World Is But A ‘Marketplace’

Though in the crowds you wander, Though you’re in Muddy, Street, Though in squalor and turmoil, you flounder, And the lowest men you meet, Though in the dusty meanders, You’ll see your soul’s footsteps fleet, And like all others, Yours are, but dirty feet. In

No Law On Earth Can Justify Kulbhushan Jadhav’s Hanging

Let me begin at the very beginning by penning down that no law on earth can justify Kulbhushan Jadhav’s hanging on “whimsical, arbitrary and illogical” grounds. Pakistan is just using a retired naval officer who was doing business to hugely embarrass India by projecting him

Travel – Majuli

Beached amid the mighty Brahmaputra River’s ever-shifting puzzle of ochre sandbanks is Majuli, which at around 450 sq km is India’s largest river island. Majuli flaunts unparalleled scenic beauty. The island is a relaxed, shimmering mat of glowing rice fields and water meadows bursting with hyacinth blossoms. The two main villages

The ‘Swayamwar’ Copyright Judement

Copyright law, as generally under stood, is in essence concerned with the negative right of preventing the copying of physical material existing in the field of literature and art. Its object is to protect the writer and artist from the unlawful reproduction of his material. In an interesting and a path-breaking

Reflections On Female Foeticide

The problem of female foeticide is a challenge to humanity. An act, leading to death of a female fetus. The blatant act of emphasizing preference for a boy. This phenomenon has existed for centuries now and the Asian region is culturally and socially more engulfed in it. However, our concern

Geographical Indication

“Champagne” is a geographical name the denominates the sparkling wine produced in the Champagne District of France & “Basmati” is a symbol which stands for some particular varieties of slender, long-grained, aromatic from the Greater Punjab region, now divided between India and Pakistan But why are these names important? In

Uniform Civil Code Masked Intentions

Uniform Civil Code (UCC) is mentioned in Article 44 of the Indian Constitution under the Directive Principles of State Policy (DPSP). The issue of Uniform Civil Code has been ignited by the question of the legality of Triple Talaq under Muslim Personal Law. The Britishers framed the personal laws of India

The Changing Roles Of A Women

The Indian family system has progressively confronted and combated various kinds of changes and yet India has no family policy per se so far. In this context the present paper is to focus on contemporary practices contributing for major changes in the Indian family from time to time and how the