Author: mehul.shandilya

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LAW OF TRADEMARKS CASE ANALYSIS ON: FOODCRAFT INDIA (P) LTD. V. SAURABH ANAND TRADING AND ORS (2017)

In the following case, the plaintiff’s (Food Craft India Private Ltd), ran a food chain by name of ‘Asian Haus’ which dealt in the business of delivering asian food across Delhi and the NCR region of Gurgoan as well. It specializes in gourmet delivery and also the touch of contemporary flavour in the otherwise traditional […]

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SECURITY LAWS CASE ANALYSIS ON: DHANNENDRA INDUSTRIES LIMITED V SEBI (2004)

  Brief about SEBI (Powers, Functions) Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) is a regulatory body of the Government of India. It controls the securities market. It was established on April 12, 1992 under the SEBI Act, 1992. It is headquartered at the Bandra Kurla Complex in Mumbai, India. It has regional offices in […]

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FOREST LAWS RESEARCH PAPER ON: HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE AND NATIONAL FOREST POLICY, 1894

– Historical Background of Forests Environmental history writings attempted to address impact of colonial modernity in the spheres of political, social, economic and cultural fields. The efforts have been made to understand administrative and economic aspects of colonial forest policies, but scientific aspects received little attention. Consequently scientific dynamics of British forestry remained a less […]

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CONSTITUTIONAL LAW-I CIA-3 RESEARCH PAPER ON: RIGHT TO WHOLESOME ENVIRONMENT UNDER ARTICLE 21

INTRODUCTION Environment and life are interrelated. The existence of life on earth depends on the harmonious relationship between ecosystem and environment. Especially homo-sapiens have very close interaction with nature. Human beings are at the centre of concerns for sustainable development and that they are entitled to a healthy and productive life in harmony with nature. […]

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MOB LYNCHING, THE EVOLUTION OF MOBOCRACY: EXERTION AND IMPLEMENTATION OF ANTI-LYNCHING LAWS IN INDIA.

Introduction: The rapid increase in lynching incidents in India has given a reason to concern to Indian legal system. The concern deals with implementing and exerting anti-lynching laws through the legal system of India. The basic human rights of every individual should be protected by law and under this ambit of rights include the right […]

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