LAW YOG

Impact Of Demonetization On The Real Estate Sector Of India

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The real estate sector of India has always been one of the most observed, vital, and sensitive sectors of the Indian economy solely because it reflects every economic policy change … Read More

Role of Governor- A Constitutional Debate

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Recent cases like Rajasthan political crisis where governor Kalraj Mishra stalls his decision of convening assembly session despite CM’s recommendation, the confrontation between CM Banerjee and Governor Jagdeep Dhankar of … Read More

Why a Separate Juvenile Justice System?

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Children in conflict with law belong to one of the most vulnerable sections of children in India. Rule of law and access to justice are the basic requirements for a … Read More

Legality of Lockdown in India

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“An Ounce Of Prevention Is Worth A Pound Of Cure”-The proverb is best suited during this COVID-19 crisis.  On 24 March 2020, Prime Minister Narendra Modi pronounced that India would … Read More

Legal Obligations to Pay Wages during a Lockdown

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The outbreak of the global pandemic COVID-19 had put our lives at stake and to take preventive measures, the Government of India on March 14th, 2020 had declared this situation … Read More

Legal Intervention on the Problems faced by Migrant Workers during COVID Pandemic

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Migrant workers are amongst the most vulnerable sections of the society in terms of normalcy and emergency. It is intriguing that around 20 lakhs migrant labourers leave their home state … Read More

Comparative and Critical Analysis of Competition Act, 2002 and The Draft Competition (Amendment) BILL, 2020

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The article seeks to highlight major amendments proposed by the Ministry of Corporate Affairs (MCA) to the Competition Act, 2020. The suggested amendments are a culmination of the Competition Law … Read More

Reasonable Classification under Article 14 of the Constitution

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“Equality may be a fiction but nonetheless One must accept it as a governing principle.” Equality is one of the prime and foremost fundamental rights that an individual ought to … Read More