Wildlife Protection Act

Wildlife (Protection) Act, 1972: A Brief Sketch

Wildlife plays an important part in the ecosystem. The environmental balance can never be protected without wildlife. With the rapidly growing population, industrialization, urbanization in the world, the numbers of wildlife getting lost at an alarming rate. For deforestation, many trees and wild animals, birds lose their natural dwelling position. As per recent estimates, the […]

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UTTAR PRADESH PROHIBITION OF UNLAWFUL CONVERSION OF RELIGION ORDINANCE, 2020

UTTAR PRADESH PROHIBITION OF UNLAWFUL CONVERSION OF RELIGION ORDINANCE, 2020: ANALYSIS

  The recent introduction of the UTTAR PRADESH PROHIBITION OF UNLAWFUL CONVERSION OF RELIGION ORDINANCE, 2020 has met with strong opposition from some sections of the society.  Despite proposing an ordinance to protect victims from fraud, coercion, and misrepresentation, the ordinance has come under fire for its publicity, i.e. for the personal religious affiliations of […]

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Surrogacy Regulation Bill

Surrogacy Vis-À-Vis Surrogacy Regulation Bill, 2016

Malinowski stated that marriage is the procreation of children[1], though many women are not always able to conceive. In today’s modern era, men and women facing a decreasing fertility rate due to changing social structure, mental and physical stress, anxiety, overuse of emergency contraceptives, sexually transmitted infections, hormonal imbalance, etc. Couples have often wished for […]

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Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Act

OVERVIEW OF PREVENTION OF CRUELTY TO ANIMALS ACT, 1960

Animals, just like humans, have the aptitude of comprehending physical and mental pain. Therefore, they’ll understand the severity of any physical or mental harm that’s inflicted on them. This earth belongs to them also in the same way it belongs to us. Thus, it’s imperative that other living creatures are allowed to live and thrive […]

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COMMERCIAL COURTS ACT, 2015

IMPORTANT INSIGHTS OF COMMERCIAL COURTS ACT, 2015

INTRODUCTION: The Government of India has been somewhat courteous in their platform of ‘Make in India’ and magnifying the ‘ease of doing business in India’. The quick and effective enforcement of contracts, recuperation of monetary rights and resolution of business disputes and award of just repayment for damages are undeniably quintessential to buoy up journey […]

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Reserve Bank of India Act

What Are the Main Provisions of Reserve Bank of India Act, 1934

The Reserve Bank of India is India’s central bank and also recognized as the banker’s bank. The Reserve Bank of India was established on 1st April 1935 by the provisions of the Reserve Bank of India Act, 1934. The main office of the Reserve Bank was founded in Calcutta but 1937 it was permanently shifted […]

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Medical Termination of Pregnancy

A WOMAN’S RIGHT TO SEEK ABORTION IN REFERENCE TO THE LATEST AMENDMENT

“Abortion is part of being a mother and of caring for children because part of caring for children is knowing when it’s not a good idea to bring them into the world.” – Katha Pollitt. [1] India, a country of spiritualism, they don’t believe in abortion, for them, a child is a gift of God […]

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LSAT Syllabus

LSAT Syllabus: Eligibility, Pattern, Books

LSAT syllabus is basically designed to test reasoning and reading skills of the candidate.The syllabus includes subject matters that involve critical/ analytical/logical skills over the years of educational lifetime. General awareness or Mathematical aptitude sections are not included in the LSAT.  LSAT Syllabus  The section-wise syllabus for the law entrance exam is as under: Subjects […]

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The Rights of Persons with Disabilities Act, 2016

Disabilities Act 2016 Analysis: An attempt to transform 80 million Indian’s lives

Did you know, one in 12 families has a person with Disabilities!? Background Once in our life, we all have been influenced by great works of Stephen Hawking, S Jaipal Reddy (once India’s Union Minister), Ravindra Jain, a revered  Bollywood music artist, actor Abhishek Bachchan, Hellen Keller, John Nash (schizophrenic Nobel prize winner economist). You […]

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