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Matrimonial Communication Evidentiary privileges, almost of all kinds, are mixed blessings. Privileges are created to protect "interests and relationships" deemed "of sufficient social importance." and they permit the exclusion, or "sacrifice," of potentially relevant, reliable, and credible evidence, often the kind of... [ view article ]

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Human Rights under Indian Law 1.3.4 Other Fundamental Rights (Unremunerated Fundamental Rights) A number of rights are not stated in the Covenant, are not even laid down in part III of the Constitution. In A.D M. Jabalpur V. S. Shukla[1] the Supreme Court by a... [ view article ]

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Indian Competition Law persons causes any AAEC in India subject to conditions under section 3(3) (a) to (d), if it does so then only it will be covered under this section. 5.4 Enterprises:- The meaning of enterprises for the purpose of this Act... [ view article ]

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Indian constitutional law Such commissions are appointed to ensure that administration of the state is carried on in accordance to the provisions of the Constitution. However, the abuse of this power for political purposes cannot be ruled out. In his dissenting judgment in... [ view article ]

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Fighting for Rights In 1925 the Indian National Congress adopted the ‘Declaration of Rights.’ In subsequent session held at Madras held in the year 1927 demanded incorporation of a ‘Declaration of Fundamental Rights’ in any future constitutional framework following which, a committee under... [ view article ]

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