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Section 42 of the Companies Act, 2013

Published On: 14th March, 2024 Authored By: Aaditya Kumar ICFAI Law School, Hyderabad ABSTRACT This article examines the private fundraising options available to businesses under Section 42 of the Companies Act. We will first discuss the importance of fundraising before revealing Section 42’s definition, its applicable parties, and its guidelines. We’ll go through the procedures […]

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The Unfolding Tapestry: Constitutional Reflections on Privacy in the Digital Era under Indian Jurisprudence

Published On: 31st January, 2024 Authored By: Vedanti Wanjari Symbiosis Law School, Nagpur Linkedin ABSTRACT In reaction to the demands of the digital age, the concept of privacy is experiencing a substantial metamorphosis within the vast and complex fabric of Indian constitutional jurisprudence. The Indian Constitution, a visionary document enacted in 1950, now faces the

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FORTIFYING EQUALITY: THE IMPERATIVE OF CONSTITUTIONAL SAFEGUARDS FOR MARGINALIZED COMMUNITIES

Published On: 28th January, 2024 Authored By: Sakina Juzar Vohra Maharashtra National Law University, Aurangabad Linkedin INTRODUCTION Human rights inherent to every individual and enshrined in the constitutions of nations worldwide constitute the fundamental entitlements of every human being. They are the bedrock of fairness and equality, transcending distinctions of caste, gender, religion, and more.

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Constitutional Supremacy vs Parliamentary Sovereignty in India

Published On: 23rd January, 2024 Authored By: Mani Balaji S Christ (Deemed to be University) INTRODUCTION In India, parliamentary sovereignty and constitutional supremacy are two essential concepts central to the country’s political and legal system. Parliamentary sovereignty refers to the idea that the Parliament, the legislative branch of government, has supreme authority to make laws

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Decoding the Removal of Article 370: Impact and Debates

Published On: 19th January, 2024 Authored By: Jaahnavi Mishra Bharati Vidyapeeth New Law College, Pune Linkedin Abstract: Article 370, a rule that gave special status to Jammu and Kashmir, has been talked about for a long time. In August 2019, the Indian government did something unusual – they got rid of Article 370. This meant

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Minority Rights under the Indian Constitution

Published On: 19th December, 2023 Authored By: Shambhavi Dubey Ajeenkya DY Patil University, Pune Linkedin Instagram ABSTRACT India, a diverse and pluralistic nation, is built on the bedrock of its Constitution. The framers of the Constitution envisaged a democratic and inclusive society that safeguards the rights of all its citizens, irrespective of their religion, caste,

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Administrative Coordination: Insights into Indian Constitution

Published On: 16th November, 2023 Authored By: Kriti Sharma Administrative Coordination: Insights into Indian Constitution INTRODUCTION “The basic principle of federations is that the legislative and executive authority is partitioned between the centre and the states not by any law to be made by the centre, but by the constitution itself…The states are in no

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