Dacoity Under Ipc
Chapter XVII of the Indian Penal Code deals with offences against property and it can be classified into different heads as depicted through the flow chart.
Clause 6 of Assam Accord
Abstract Assam accord was signed as a result of protest of six long years. The agendas of the accord has not been implemented even after passing of 35 years.
Regulating Act of 1773 Explained
The Regulating Act of 1773 was passed by Lord North’s government (British Parliament) in June 1773. It recognised the political functions of the East India company in India and asserted the right of the British parliament to dictate the system of governance in India.
Amending Act of 1781
The Amending Act of 1781, was passed by the British Parliament to remove the problems and flaws in the Regulating Act, 1773. The British Parliament became aware of the conflicts happening between the Governor-General, his council and the Supreme Court due to overlapping jurisdiction of powers.
Problems faced by civil servants in India
It is often said that Indian Civil Service is today neither ‘Indian’, Nor ‘Civil’, nor ‘Service’. Several cynics believe that bureaucracy is plagued with several ills like corruption, political interference, unfair public expectations, predatory media scrutiny etc but there exists an underlying cause behind these ills.
Climate Change Law – An overview of the International Perspective
INTRODUCTION One of the most pressing issues affecting the international community today is the issue of climate change. Increased carbon dioxide emissions, coupled with release of water vapour, nitrous oxide, methane and chlorofluorocarbons, have led to the greenhouse effect.
Common Cause (A registered society) v. Union of India and Another – Case analysis
Common Cause (A registered society) v. Union of India and Another Citation: (2018) 5 Supreme Court Cases 1 Court: Supreme Court of India
Consequences And Aftermath Of Abrogation Of Article 370
Article 370 which gave Jammu & Kashmir the wings to fly in the sky of autonomy have now been chiselled off after its abrogation taking away its special status.
Differential Voting Rights under the Companies Act, 2013
INTRODUCTION Differential voting rights under section 43(a)(ii) of the Companies Act, 2013 are those rights which distinguishes between shares in terms of dividend & voting between their other classes.