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Scope of Re-examination under Indian Evidence Act

With increasing trend of appointment of Court commissioners to overlook witness examinations, lawyers are required to be more vigilant during depositions. Earlier, if any question beyond the scope of re-examination was put to a witness, the Judge wou...
by Mowing the Law on Apr 14, 2016

RTET Supreme Court Decision आरटेट पर सुप्रीम कोर्ट मे सुनवाई – देखे क्या रहा निर्णय

RTET Supreme Court Descion – Supreme Court of India will take decision on RTET & Rajasthan Teacher Vacancies 2013. आरटेट 2012 और 2013 की सुप्रीम कोर्ट मे हुई सुनवाई मे क...
by REET Exam on Mar 16, 2016

Commentary on Lodha Commission recommendations to BCCI – I

Embed from Getty Images Should the Supreme Court ratify the Lodha Committee’s proposals to the BCCI and should they be accepted in its entirety, then the panel would have achieved what the proposed National Sports Federation bill could not. The BC...
by Make Time For Sports on Jan 12, 2016

Capital Punishment, the Need or Necessity

The present condition in India is such that one should support the abolishing of capital punishment in all cases, except for cases in which public conscience and national security is at stake. Crimes such as treason, rape and mutiny tend to create pu...
by Mowing the Law on Dec 7, 2015

Judicial Independence or Judicial Supremacy?

The Supreme Court has recently strike down NJAC (National Judicial Appointments Commission), a legal body that decides the appointment of Judges of Supreme Court and High Court. The Court in its categoric statement, held that the NJAC was ultra vires...
by Mowing the Law on Dec 6, 2015

Constitutional Validity of Triple Talaaq System

On 16th October, 2015 the Supreme Court of India passed a verdict with regard to equal rights for daughter in relation to partition of ancestral properties in Hindu’s. The second part of the judgement however concentrated on the gender discriminati...
by Mowing the Law on Nov 30, 2015

Excess Reservation to Gujjars: Is it Costitutionally Valid?

In the land mark case of Indra Sawhney, Supreme Court laid down that reservation should  not be  more than 50%.While the famous case stands to be constitutionally correct, the Rajasthan Government gives 68% reservation to Guj...
by Mowing the Law on Nov 27, 2015

Is Death Penalty discriminatory?

The following article is written by Ms. Barkha Yadav.Straight after hanging of Yakub Memon the death penalty debate again resurfaced. Everyone is talking about whether it acts as a deterrent or not? Whether it should be abolished and if not then how...
by Mowing the Law on Nov 20, 2015

Supreme Court of India Recruitment 2015 www.sci.nic.in For Law Clerk Post.

Supreme Court of India Has Published the Recruitment Notification for Law ClerkPosts. Eligible Interested Candidates Can Apply Via Online Mode.  Last Date for Submitting Online Application form 16 May 2015. Supreme Court of India Recruitment 201...

SC: Limitation Not a Preliminary Issue under Section 9A (Per Incuriam?)

Section 9A which was inserted by a State Amendment to the Code of Civil Procedure, 1908 provides that when at the hearing of application relating to interim relief in a suit, objection to jurisdiction is taken, such issue to be decided by the court a...
by Mowing the Law on Apr 22, 2015

SC: Limitation Not a Preliminary Issue under Section 9A

Section 9A which was inserted by a State Amendment to the Code of Civil Procedure, 1908 provides that when at the hearing of application relating to interim relief in a suit, objection to jurisdiction is taken, such issue to be decided by the court a...
by Mowing the Law on Apr 15, 2015

SC: Limitation Not a Preliminary Issue under Section 9A

Section 9A which was inserted by a State Amendment to the Code of Civil Procedure, 1908 provides that when at the hearing of application relating to interim relief in a suit, objection to jurisdiction is taken such issue to be decided by the court as...
by Mowing the Law on Apr 14, 2015

Intellectual Property Laws v. Anti Trust Laws

("This paper was awarded first prize in the Sir Dinshah Mulla Legal Essay Writing Competition 2011 and thereafter published in the annual college magazine of Government Law College, Mumbai".)“The aim and objectives of patent and antitrust law may s...
by Mowing the Law on Mar 18, 2015

Intellectual Property Laws v. Anti Trust Laws

("This paper was awarded first prize in the Sir Dinshah Mulla Legal Essay Writing Competition 2011 and thereafter published in the annual college magazine of Government Law College, Mumbai".)“The aim and objectives of patent and antitrust law may s...
by Mowing the Law on Mar 18, 2015

Fraud Claims in Arbitration

(Also read Decisions under Section 11 of Arbitration & Conciliation Act, Not Binding Precedent and Contempt of Order of Arbitration Tribunal)“Arbitration improves access to justice. It enhances the likelihood of recovery. It deli...
by Mowing the Law on Mar 13, 2015

Fraud Claims in Arbitration

(Also read Decisions under Section 11 of Arbitration & Conciliation Act, Not Binding Precedent and Contempt of Order of Arbitration Tribunal)“Arbitration improves access to justice. It enhances the likelihood of recovery. It deli...
by Mowing the Law on Mar 13, 2015

When does the right to sue accrue? - Limitation Act, 1963

(Image taken from here.)As per Article 58 of, under Part II of the Schedule of the Limitation Act, 1963, ("the Act") the period of limitation to obtain any declaration (other than those classes of declarations mentioned in Articles 56 and 57 of the A...
by Mowing the Law on Jan 24, 2015

When does the right to sue accrue? - Limitation Act, 1963

(Image taken from here.)As per Article 58 of, under Part II of the Schedule of the Limitation Act, 1963, ("the Act") the period of limitation to obtain any declaration (other than those classes of declarations mentioned in Articles 56 and 57 of the A...
by Mowing the Law on Jan 24, 2015

Supreme Court of India Sr. & Junior Translator Recruitment 2014

Supreme Court of India Recruitment For 2014  Applications in presribed format are invited from the Indian Nationals for preparing a panel of candidates for appointment to the following ex-cadre posts... [This article was first posted on www.results...

Supreme Court of India Recruitment 2014-15 Junior/Senior Translator Jobs

Supreme Court of India Recruitment 2014-15 Advertisement , Download Application form for Junior/Senior Translator Jobs At Website supremecourtofindia.nic.in Supreme Court of India has issued the recruitment notice for the employment of eligible cand...


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