Author: Monisha Acharya

An aspiring lawyer in process.

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ELECTRONIC CIGARETTES IN INDIA ORDINANCE, 2019 BY MONISHA ACHARYA @LEXCLIQ

INTRODUCTION – In 2019, 18th September, all over the India E- cigarettes production, manufacturing, import, export, sells, storage and advertisement was fully banned. The decision to band Electronic Cigarettes was taken by Finance Minister Nirmala Shitharaman, and stated that this is risking the youth health and life because these type of product is becoming the […]

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IMPORTANT JUDGMENT GIVEN BY 47TH CHIEF JUSTICE OF INDIA – SHARAD ARVIND BOBDE BY MONISHA ACHARYA @LEXCLIQ

INTRODUCTION – India’s 1st Chief Justice of India was Harilal Jekisundas Kania and the current or 48th Chief Justice of India is- Justice N.V Ramana. And the 47th CJI was S.A Bobde, as a Chief Justice of India he served for 18th Month tenure and as a Supreme Court Judge served for 6 years. LANDMARK JUDGMENT […]

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NARCOTICS CASE JUDGMENT BY MONISHA ACHARYA @LEXCLIQ

INTRODUCTION – This case is related to the NDPS ACT, Narcotics Drugs and Psychotropic Substances Act, 1985 In case Law of M Sampat VS. State of Chhattisgarh, 2021 This case gave an Important Judgment. FACTS- In 2009 police gets a tip from someone that 2 vehicles of which one was van and one was truck […]

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INTRODUCTION TO JUDGES VS MAGISTRATES BY MONISHA ACHARYA @LEXCLIQ

WHAT IS THE DIFFRENCE? Indian Judiciary System hierarchy – Supreme Court is the highest court in India – there is only one Supreme Court, we cannot file all the cases in the Supreme Court because it will increase the burden on one court only and also pendency of the cases increases. Then it is High […]

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ZOMATO BOY CONTROVERSARY – who is victim? BY MONISHA ACHARYA @LEXCLIQ

INTRODUCTION – NO One of us can ever imagine that there can be a huge controversy just because food item was delivered late. In our law there is a principal rule – Audi Alteram Partem – which means Right to be heard. Every side should be equally listened by the judiciary system. There should be […]

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