ABSTRACT Recidivism means re-offending by a person who was previously convicted for a criminal offence. This shows a return to criminal behavior due to some reasons or the other. Prisons are places where a criminal comes to serve his punishment with the aim of becoming a better individual through the reformist approach of modern penal … Continue reading Recidivism: A failure of the Prison System
Abstract A design is simply a creative and artistic or outward appearance applied to an article. The term “article” is well defined under the Designs Act 2000, meaning any article of manufacture and any substance, artificial or partly artificial and partly natural which includes any part of an article capable of being made and sold … Continue reading Requirements and Procedure for Registration of Design in India
Abstract “An investment in knowledge, always pays the best interest.”Benjamin Franklin The World Intellectual Property Organisation,has define Intellectual property as creations of the mind which include inventions, literary and artistic works, and symbols. These rights promote growth and innovation in the economy. The MSME enterprises not only contribute to the economy but are growing and … Continue reading Challenges faced by SMEs (Small, Medium Enterprises) in acquiring and maintaining IP Protection
Bar Council of Maharashtra and Goa have decided to protest against the proposed move of the Finance Ministry to decriminalize Section 138 of Negotiable Instruments Act which states:Dishonour of cheque for insufficiency, etc., of funds in the accounts is punishable. In its letter to the Finance Ministry , it stated:"…majority of the lawyers are practicing … Continue reading Decriminalize Section 138 of the Negotiable instruments Act?
Abstract This article discusses about the role of liquidator. It deals with who is a liquidator, what are his roles, his duties and obligations and when can a liquidator be appointed. This also explains about the role of liquidator mentioned in Section 35 of the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code. When a court can declare compulsory … Continue reading Role of Liquidator
Abstract: Non-Banking Financial Institutions (NBFCs) are companies registered under the Companies Act, 1956 which basically perform lending function to the public and differ from the banks in the sense that they cannot accept deposits from the public. They offer various banking services but do not have a banking license. They are not subject to banking … Continue reading ROLE OF NON BANK FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS (NBFCs)
Abstract IBC, 2016 is a legislation that amalgamated various insolvency and bankruptcy laws and clubbed it into a single code under an exclusive tribunal in order to facilitate speedy resolutions for corporate India. It is true for any piece of legislation irrespective of how exceptionally well deliberated its laws are, that periodic amendments are inevitable … Continue reading ANALYSIS ON 2020 AMENDMENT OF INSOLVENCY AND BANKRUPTCY CODE, 2016
During a virtual e-summit a Statement of intent was signed according to which Coal India Limited has partnered with Atal Innovation Mission. The aim of this partnership is to provide support to various entrepreneurship initiatives and innovation programs of AIM.This partnership will focus to encourage the talended youth's of India to create an Atmanirbhar Bharat. … Continue reading CIL partners with AIM to boost Innovation & Entrepreneurship Initiatives.
The High Court of Jharkhand on Friday, reprimanded the Ranchi Municipal Corporation for absence of maintenance of the Swami Vivekanand Sarovar, also called the Ranchi lake. A division bench of Chief Justice Dr Ravi Ranjan and Justice Sujit Narayan Prasad has also directed the RNC to inform the court regarding how it plans to beautify … Continue reading Jharkhand HC Raps Civic Agency For Not Maintaining Ranchi Lake