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Success is a Matter of Attitude

What finally determines whether you will a matter of personal perception. This leaves room for much argument. Yet for argument’s sake let’s squeeze the nectar out of the fruit of most experienced and successful people and we will see the truth of the matter more

Delhi High Court on Farm Houses as Baarat Ghars

The wedding season again brings to fore the question of using farm houses to organize public functions in full-fledged, flouting the master plan of 2001. The Delhi High Court had expressly forbidden any such activities vide its order on July 6 which has totally gone


Have you been low lately? Do you feel this daily grind at the courts is a big drag? Is there a feeling of fatigue and helplessness accompanied with negative and pessimistic thoughts? Are eating as usual and still losing weight or perhaps gaining it? Perhaps you are

Communism In India A legal viewpoint

Communism is a political and economic ideology based on communal ownership and the absence of class. The term Communism was a brainchild of Karl Marx and this idea had shaken up the concept, the very roots of capitalism. The Communists divide the society into two

Her violent death taught me the lesson of my life

The bright yellow light rays from the municipal lamppost tore through the fog,revealing the dirty smog that hung low in the atmosphere It was a cold and still winter night. The sky was bereft of clouds and through the misty darkness; one could clearly see

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Truth As A Defense To A Charge Of Contempt

shall the Contempt of Courts Act,1971 be amended to incorporate the rule of truth as a defense to a charge of contempt?  Contempt of Courts Act, 1971 in Section 13 or Law of Contempt provides for holding a person liable for offending the authority of the courts.

Dishonour of Certain Cheques

A great hardship is caused to a person if a cheque issued in his favour is dishonoured due to the insufficiency of funds in the account of the drawer of the cheque. To discourage such dishonour, the dishonour of certain cheques has been made an

Class Action – law suits

The Companies act 2013 brought in a slew of changes, the parliament passed the new companies act in 2013 thereby replacing the companies act of 1956. With the growing complexity of, modern business environment it was a long standing demand of the business community and