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NTPC Ltd. V. SPML Infra Ltd. (2023) (SC) 287

Published On: 18th May, 2024 Authored By: Nikita Sonker Amity University, Lucknow Linkedin THE RECENT LANDMARK JUDGEMENT:  NTPC Ltd. V. SPML Infra Ltd. (2023) (SC) 287 (PAMIDIGHANTAM SRI NARASIMHA, J.)   Citation 2023, (SC) 287 Court Hon’ble Supreme Court of India Bench Pamidighantam Sri Narasimha, J. Judgement Date   10 April, 2023 Appellant   NTPC […]

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The Citizenship Amendment Act and Article 14: An Argument Over Equality

Published On: 3rd May, 2024 Authored By: Adv. RIYA SHIL Linkedin Introduction The Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) was passed in December 2019 in India, representing a significant legislative victory. This bill sought to speed the citizenship process for persecuted minorities from neighbours, but it provoked a widespread discussion over its compliance with Article 14 of

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Yahoo!, Inc vs Akash Arora & Anr

Published On: 20th April, 2024 Authored By: Preyansi Anand Desai The Maharaja Sayajirao University of Baroda Linkedin Citation 1999 IIAD Delhi 229, 78 (1999) DLT 285 Background Using the trademark or domain name “Yahooindia.Com” or any other mark confusingly similar to the plaintiff’s trademark “Yahoo!” as a trademark, the plaintiff filed this lawsuit in order

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(DR.) HANIRAJ L CHULANI VS. BAR COUNCIL OF MAHARASHTRA AND GOA 

Published On: 9th March, 2024 Authored By: Debadrita Chakraborty St. Xavier’s University Kolkata Linkedin Citation: 1996 AIR 1708, 1996 SCC (3) 342 INTRODUCTION: A lawyer’s full-time commitment to the legal profession elevates it to a nobler profession. The Advocates Act, of 1961, established by the Bar Council of India established regulations pertaining to the profession

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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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Article 32 of the Indian Constitution: A Guardian of Fundamental Rights

Published On: 28th January, 2024 Authored By: Ramanasubramanian G ABSTRACT: Article 32 of the Indian Constitution is a powerful provision that guarantees individuals the right to seek justice from the Supreme Court when their fundamental rights are violated. Often referred to as the “heart and soul” of the Constitution, Article 32 establishes the Supreme Court

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