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UNANSWERED ISSUES RELATING TO LEGALITY OF ARTICLE 35 A

 Article 35A of the Constitution of India, unknown to the public domain till recent times, has dragged up an intense debate in the country. The trigger raised recently, by a Kashmiri woman called Charu Wali Khan, settled outside the state, challenged the legality of Article

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 Maintenance and Welfare of Parents and Senior Citizens

Introduction: The population of the elderly persons has been increasing over the years. In India also, about 8% of the total population is above 60 years. The figure will cross 18% Mark by 2025. Senior citizens faced number of problems. Mainly they are faced economic

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CORRUPTION LAWS IN INDIA

Public servants in India can be penalized for corruption under the Indian Penal Code, 1860 and the Prevention of Corruption Act, 1988. The Benami Transactions (Prohibition) Act, 1988 prohibits benami transactions. The Prevention of Money Laundering Act, 2002 penalises public servants for the offence of

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MATHEMATICS OF THIS MATERIALISTIC WORLD

Numerous ‘numbers’, And oh! So cruel, Uncountable blunders, And I begin, The daily duel! For hidden in these ‘numbers’, Around, The vicious schemes of humans, Abound! I’ve never loved ‘these numbers’, For once, you are in their rule, They’ll take you for a ride, Add,

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RIGHT TO BE FORGOTTEN

In January, in a unique case, the Karnataka High Court approved, accepted and upheld the concept of the right to be forgotten. In the Indian context, this right is unheard of – it comes at a time when because of the internet, obtaining personal information

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 Corrupting nobility lawyers’ right to advertise

The ban on lawyers to advertise for their services has been subject matter of extensive discussion. The debate has been further spruced up recently with the entire issue of GATS coming into force and the possibility of foreign lawyers setting afoot the Indian soil. Lawyers

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INTERNATIONAL CONVENTIONS RELATED TO INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS

The Paris Convention for the Protection of Industrial Property During the last century, before the existence of any international convention in the field of industrial property, it was difficult to obtain protection for industrial property rights in the various countries of the world because of