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National Security Act 1980: Complete Analysis

National Security Act, 1980 History [1] Preventive detention laws in India date back to early days of the colonial era when the Bengal Regulation III of 1818 was enacted to empower the government to arrest anyone for defence or maintenance of public order without giving the person recourse to judicial proceedings. A century later, the…
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May 30, 2020 0

HORLICKS Vs COMPLAN: Comparative Advertisement

  HORLICKS LIMITED & ANR. Vs. ZYDUS WELLNESS PRODUCTS LIMITED CS(COMM) 464/2019 Delhi HC FACTS: The plaintiffs is a renowned corporations and adopted the trademark HORLICKS in the year 1943 which is registered in its favour in various classes. Plaintiffs’ product HORLICKS is being sold in many countries around the world in different formulation in…
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May 29, 2020 0

Webinar on “Suspension of Labour Law: Testing Constitutionally” by Zia Judicials Legal Research Cell

  Zia Judicials Legal Reaserch Cell Presents Webinar. Topic: “Suspension of Labour Law: Testing Constitutionally” Speaker: Advocate Jayant Bhatt Supreme Court of India, Delhi High court. LLB,LLM (National University of Singapore) LLM (New York University School of Law) Time: 4:00 pm to 5:00 pm Date: 2nd June 2020 For registration: Contact-6291295965 Payment details: Google Pay/PhonePe-8510021737…
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May 29, 2020 1

Religious Freedom In India Is In Downward Direction Over Violence, Mob-lynching: US Commission on International Religious Freedom

  What is USCIRF? The United States Commission on International Religious Freedom(USCIRF) is a U.S. federal government commission created by theInternational Religious Freedom Act of 1998. USCIRF Commissioners are appointed by the President and the leadership of both political parties in the Senate and the House of Representatives. USCIRF researches and monitors international religious freedom…
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May 28, 2020 0

Mere Delay In Sending FIR To Magistrate Is No Ground For Acquittal: SC

  OMBIR SINGH vs.STATE OF UTTAR PRADESH CRIMINAL APPEAL NO. 982 OF 2011 Important Parties to the case Ombir Singh (Accused) Abhaiveer Singh Bhadoria @ Munna (Deceased) Dinesh Singh (Prosecution Witness-1) Mukesh Singh(Prosecution Witness-2) Dr. Balbeer Singh (Prosecution Witness-3) Facts Dinesh Singh, Mukesh Singh, Abhaiveer Singh [email protected] Munna and Veerendra Kumar Chaudhary came from Shastri crossing…
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May 28, 2020 0

Barbie Girl Case: Trademark Infringement

FACTS: A movie, released on 24th November, called “Tera Intezaar”. “Tera Intezaar” was a Sunny Leone and Arbaaz Khan starrer.  The movie wasn’t released at the time of the Order’s issue (22nd November). The song was released on 8th of november and the plaintiffs, around 15th November, 2017, came across a music video on YouTube…
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May 27, 2020 0