Day: June 17, 2021

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Right to Information Act, 2005: An Analysis

Introduction The Right to Information Act was enacted in 2005 by the Government of India. This was widely praised by the people as it would be a step forward in being more transparent about the working of all the departments and bodies which are being controlled or being funded by the Government of India. The […]

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An honest assessment of GST on vaccine , Covid drugs and concentrators.

An analysis of Central government’s tax policy, relating to COVID specific supplies and solutions to eliminate tax effect on COVID relates supplies and securing Input Tax Credit for domestic manufacturers and sellers. The second wave of the pandemic has swept away large swathes of people with almost citizen experiencing the loss of near or dear […]

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Law of Easements in India

Meaning The notion of the easement has been provided under Section 4 of The Indian Easements Act, 1882. According to Section 4, an easementary right is a right possessed by the owner or person authorized by owner of the land on some other land, not his own, the purpose of which is to provide the […]

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JUDICIAL REVIEW, BY- ARVIND PANDA AT LEXCLIQ

Law plays an important role in today’s society. People have elected and given powers to the government in return the government gave them protection against the wrong. The government has various bodies and to keep check and balance on the power of each body of government we have further adopted Judicial Review. Judicial review is […]

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Judicial Activism Case Laws

          1:- KESAVANANDA BHARATI V. UNION OF INDIA[(1973) 4 SCC 225] The first act of judicial activism to get widespread recognition was the case of KesavanandaBharati v. State of Kerala. Although not often recognizes as an act of judicial activism the majority judges in this case evolved the concept of a […]

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