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Jallikattu ,   Ban on Jallikattu ,   Supreme Court ,   Culture ,   Tradition ,   Animal Rights ,   Animal Cruelty

Jallikattu, the talk of the hour in Tamil Nadu, is showcasing a rather tritely unique phenomenon in India. Scads of commoners from various cities, with love for their ‘culture and tradition’, are feverously opposing the Supreme Court verdict banning Jallikattu, a Pongal celebration sport in Tamil...

By Apoorwa Iyer February 04, 2017

liability of vehicle owners ,   ola ,   uber ,   criminal act of driver ,   negligence of driver ,   legal liability for acts of drivers ,   accident ,   road accident

According to the Terms & Conditions mentioned on the websites of Uber/Ola and other such companies, the transportation services qualities requested through Uber is entirely the responsibility of the vehicle operator or provider. Uber/Ola only acts as an intermediate between the vehicle...

By Lawfarm Team February 02, 2017
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Mareva Injuction

In May 1975, Japanese ship-owners issued a writ against Greek charterers, claiming various sums of hire owing for three ships that had been chartered by the defendants. The plaintiffs feared that the charterers would take steps to remove their funds from the jurisdiction of the English courts,...

By Navin Kumar Jaggi January 17, 2017

right to information ,   RTI ,   RTI ACt 2005 ,   cooperative housing society


Information plays an important role in shaping the life of every individual. With the enactment of the 97th amendmentto the Constitution of India and its inclusion in Article 19 of the Constitution, formation of co-operative societies has...

By Jinita Shah January 09, 2017

national anthem ,   film screening ,   theatre ,   chouksey v union of india ,   pil national anthem ,   supreme court

There was a king once; he made a rule: “Sing my praises before every auspicious event!” His people hated him.

There was another king, in another era; he made his kingdom prosperous and happy. His people loved him and sang his praises before every auspicious event.

Our esteemed Judiciary,...

By Apoorwa Iyer December 09, 2016
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500 ,   1000 ,   500 note demonetise ,   500 1000 notes india ,   demonetisation policy ,   rbi ,   narendra modi 500 1000 ,   black money ,   corruption ,   hawala ,   india currency demonetisation ,   five hundred ,   one thousand ,   new notes

Declaring Rs 500 and Rs 1000 denominations worthless in a span of four hours is a bold move.

It has definitely led to host of questions, flooding the internet, the newspapers, and of course, the minds of common people. Can this really be done? What will I do now? How can we transact now?


By Lawfarm Team November 15, 2016
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company law ,   cyrus mistry ,   ratan tata ,   exit ,   cyrus mistry fired ,   cyrus mistry case ,   tata chairman fired

Scores of articles have been already penned down over the past few weeks on the change of stewardship at Tata’s. On October 24, 2016, the chairman of Tata Sons board Mr. Cyrus Mistry has been “replaced” and Mr. Ratan Tata has been appointed as an “interim chairman” for four months. This critical...

By Vanita Bhatnagar November 15, 2016