Author: Vaibhav verma

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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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CONSUMER PROTECTION

Introduction The goal of the Consumer Protection Act is to remove all barriers to competition among business units. It aims to better protect consumers’ interests by establishing consumer councils and other associated authorities for the resolution of consumer disputes. The regulations are intended to provide consumers with effective protection against exploitation and harassment. This statute […]

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Freedom to Speech and Expression in India

Introduction Freedom of speech and expression generally means ‘free to speak’ or free to express. Freedom of speech and expression is that theory of law that allows people both as an individual or in a community to express their views, beliefs, concepts in forms of writing, spoken, visualizing through print media, Internet or publishing in […]

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Contempt of court Act

INTRODUCTION With knowledge, comes the power to reason and to criticize injustice. But at times, the reasoning capabilities can in turn lead to a country’s way towards destruction through people’s disbelief in the very popular and efficient working mechanism of the country. The court is, one such organ of the country that can choke the […]

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Res judicata

INTRODUCTION In the common law, several principles have been laid down which formed the foundation of the present legal system in India. The purpose of such doctrines is to assess the Judicial Efficiency and ensure that the productive pace of getting justice in the court is achieved and maintained. Two of these principles are discussed […]

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