REPRESENTATION OF WOMEN IN THE LEGAL PROFESSION

 By Adrita Shah The article talks about the reasons why representation of women in the legal profession was not huge and the present status of Supreme Court judges.The legal profession in India is of high importance. Previously there were very few women opting for this profession but now there seems to be a change. Cornelia 

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Drastic Changes in Advocates Act 1961

By: Shriya Paruthi[1] Law Commission of India had submitted the 266th report, “The Advocates Act 1961 (Regulation of Legal Profession)”, it suggest some amendment in the act. This was first deal in the case of Mahipal Singh Rana v. State of Uttar Pradesh[2]. In this it was observed that there is urgent need to review 

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Fraud in Corporate World- Know More

A number of companies and individuals have adopted fraudulent ways to gain unnatural advantages, since time immemorial. In the broadest sense, a fraud is an intentional deception made for personal gain or to cause damage to another person or entity. It includes any wrongful or criminal deception to obtain similar results. Frauds in the corporate 

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LOOPHOLES IN DOWRY LAWS

There is hardly any other malady of greater magnitude, which the society is facing today than the curse of dowry demand and dowry death. It is commonly talked of in the society that the newly married wife is expected to be a gold mine, failing which they treat her as combustible material, and because of 

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Know Your Rights This Consumer Right’s Day

First of all, Team Legge Rhythms wishes you a Very Happy Consumer Right’s Day. 15 March is World Consumer Rights Day (WCRD), an annual occasion for celebration and solidarity within the international consumer movement. It marks the date in 1962 President John F Kennedy first outlined the definition of Consumer Rights. Consumer rights are protected under consumer protection act,India.Consumer rights are 

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GULMEHAR KAUR-ABVP ROW: A CONSTITUTIONAL GRADIENT

Who decides what I have to speak or express? Is the Government in power sacrosanct or Divine that cannot be the target of any criticism? If I criticize the Government am I causing Disaffection against the Government?  Writing/Publishing against an act /whole of the system of Governance is our right under the Constitution of India 

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