Top 10 Law Colleges

Top 10 Law Colleges

Top law colleges in India and globally, are listed with their QS ranking. The list on top law colleges includes details on their course which covers fees, duration, average fees for the course and number of seats, in the top law colleges. The list for law colleges are   NATIONAL LAW SCHOOL OF INDIA UNIVERSITY(NLSIU), BANGALORE The teaching methods adopted for the Degree programme are such as to promote multi-disciplinary inquiry and practical appreciation of…

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interview with legal expert rajan kohli legal head hero corporate

Interview with Legal expert – Rajan Kohli

Interview with Legal expert – Rajan Kohli, Legal Head, Hero Corporate Law is the system of rules enforced to govern behavior of individual and organizations. Law as an profession has been from time immemorial and has gained prominence due to increased globalization and consumerization. Legal expert Rajan Kohli, Legal Head, Hero Corporate, in interview with Ms. Tanisha Kohli, Intern, VSkills, list his experience and suggestions for students and professionals, to shine in legal domain. Please…

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Kashmir – a Legal dilemma

Kashmir has been the root of boundary dispute between India and Pakistan since independence of both the countries in 1947. The independent states were given the option whether to join India, Pakistan or remain independent. Maharaja Hari Singh, the ruler of the princely state of Jammu and Kashmir then opted to join India and thereby signed the “instrument of accession” on 25 th October 1947 subsequently accepted by the Government of India on 27th October…

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Conversion as a ground for Divorce, under the Hindu Act.

The concept of marriage is sacrament. It is the State of being united to a person of the opposite sex, as husband or wife in a consensual and contractual relationship recognized by law. It forms the basis of the society. Because marriage is sacred, it is irrevocable. Thus under Hindu law administered by courts in India, divorce was not recognized as a means to put an end to marriage. The parties to a marriage cannot…

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Is reservation promoting caste system?

[dropcap]T[/dropcap]hough this is a very controversial topic, to talk about. But I would just like to express my views on the same and would try not to hurt anyone’s sentiments. So, I would like to throw some light on the issue that is probably not paid attention to.  Is reservation actually serving the very purpose for which it was implemented? Is every person, who actually needs it, getting the benefits? Is the policy creating a…

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Parliamentary Reporting – by Vidushi Aparajita

The Indian Parliament is composed of The President of India, Lok Sabha (House of the People) and Rajya Sabha (Council of States). The discussion and debates that takes place among the members of the parliament is recorded by the beat reporters. This type of reporting is known as parliamentary reporting. A parliamentary reporter is required to report on each sitting of the parliament. His job is to record each and every point that is being…

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Capital punishment, what’s your say?

Capital punishment is a punishment by death. In today’s world, 36 countries actively practice capital punishment, 103 countries have completely abolished it, 6 have abolished it for ordinary crimes only and around 50 countries have not used it for at least 10 years now. The four most populous countries in the world i.e China, India, The United States and Indonesia practice capital punishment. However, out of the 15 most developed nations of the world, around…

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Tort and Consumer Protection

In archaic society, revenge and retaliation were provoked by intentional wrongdoing, like murder. Reprisal was not limited to these wrongs, however. The motive for revenge could stem from simply being injured by another, regardless of fault. “Wrong” in this sense means nothing more than “injury caused by another”. A wrongdoer of this type could face a response involving punishment, revenge and the payment of monetary compensation for the harm. These responses of injury-causing behavior are…

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Nuisance as a Statutory Tort

Nuisance is unacceptable interference with the personal comfort or amenity of neighbors or the nearby community. The range of activities that may give rise to an action in nuisance is manifold, such as emission of noxious fumes, smoke or noise emission. But not every instant of smoke or noise can be characterized as a nuisance. Thus it is impossible to explicitly state what is termed as nuisance. Thus as observed in St Helen’s Smelting Co…

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Regulating Act, 1773

A great step was taken in the Indian Legal History when the Supreme Court of Judicature was created at Calcutta under the Regulating Act of 1773 By 1773, East India Company of Britain was facing terrible financial straits. The company had a great significance to Britain as it was doing monopoly business in India and east and many influential people of Britain were attached with the company as shareholders. The company paid four hundred thousand…

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