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LABOUR LAWS IN INDIA

This article is written by Anajali Gupta of Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law, Punjab. In India, labour laws, similar to employment laws, is a pillar of the Indian economy which directs harmony between a workman and the society or place he works at. The cordial relation which these laws aim to maintain could be Read More

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Environment Laws in India

This article is written by Anjali Gupta of Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law, Punjab. WHAT IS “ENVIRONMENT”? The word “environment” has been defined in The Environment Protection Act, 1986 which includes the natural resources such as air, water, land and the intermingled co-relation they have among themselves and human beings, other living creatures (both Read More

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Cheating under the Indian Penal Code

This article is written by Gautmi Rawat of Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law, Punjab. Indian Penal code on Cheating Under section 415 of the Indian Penal Code, cheating is defined as a fraudulent or dishonest act which induces the person so deceived to act according to the offender who intends to gain something or Read More

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Medical Negligence under the Indian Law

This article is written by Meghna of Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law, Punjab As medical negligence consists of two words. As the second word tell us basically the carelessness or not able to perform our duty carefully. It is basically the medical professional deviates from performing their duty of care. As ‘negligence’ is not Read More

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How to Get Divorce under the Muslim Law

This article is written by Saloni Agnihotri of Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law, Punjab. INTRODUCTION Given the democratic and republic country that India is, in personal matters like marriage, divorce and adoption, each community in India is governed by laws and customs specific to it. In all the other matters that are of general Read More

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How to Get Divorce Under Hindu Law

This article is written by Saloni Agnihotri of Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law, Punjab. INTRODUCTION • Since time immemorial, under Hindu law particularly, marriage is considered a very sacred bond between two individuals and is given utmost reverence. In the earlier times, marriage was called a “sacrament” and calling off a marriage was beyond Read More

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