Narendra Modi 31st May 2018  launched three Indian mobile payment apps in Singapore at a business event aimed at internationalisation of the country’s digital payment platform. At the ‘Business, Innovation and Community Event’ Modi launched India’s BHIM, RuPay and SBI app. India’s RuPay digital payments system was linked up with Singapore’s 33-year old Network for Electronic Transfers (NETS). RuPay users […]

Law Library Bharat Interface for Money app allows payments of mobile postpaid bills, electricity bills, gas bills, water bills, and more. It is developed by National Payments Corporation of India (NPCI) and was officially launched last year by PM Narendra Modi. Initially, the BHIM app offered P2P money transfers via UPI (Unified Payments Interface), however, the app was later revamped to […]

LAW LIBRARY FIPB, a national agency of Government of India, offered a single window clearance for applications on FDI in India. The sectors which came under the automatic method did not require any prior approval from FIPB and were subject to only sectoral laws. Secretary, Department of Economic Affairs, Ministry of Finance was the chairman of the board which consisted […]

Queen-ELIZABETH II Prime Min., First Lord of the Treasury, & Min. for the Civil Service-Theresa MAY Chancellor of the Exchequer-Philip HAMMOND Sec. of State for Business, Energy, & Industrial Strategy-Greg CLARK Sec. of State for Communities & Local Govt.-Sajid JAVID Sec. of State for Culture, Media, & Sport-Karen BRADLEY Sec. of State for Defense-Michael FALLON Sec. of State for Education […]

Core Practice Real Estate as an Object of Civil RightsReal Estate Development and City Planning LegislationTitle to Real Estate (Cadastral Register, Real Estate Property Registry) and Latin Notary System.Real Estate ContractsReal Estate and Legal Protection of Cultural Heritage SitesReal Estate TaxJudicial Remedies for Real Estate Market ParticipantsLand Law and Restrictions on Land Ownership Index Adverse Possession Advertisement Agreement Amalgamation Of […]

Criminal Procedure Code, 1973—Section 439—Constitution of India—Article 21—BAIL—Provisions of Cr.P.C. confer discretionary jurisdiction on Criminal Courts to grant BAIL to accused pending trial or in appeal against convictions—Since jurisdiction is discretionary, it has to be exercised with great care and caution by balancing valuable right of liberty of an individual and interest of the society in general—BAIL is rule and committal to jail an exception.

No case has been made out by the Petitioners to grant anticipatory bail. We have heard the learned Advocates for the parties and have considered the case diary. The victim died in the matrimonial home within eight months of her marriage. The Petitioners have been implicated in the statements recorded under section 161 of the Code of Criminal Procedure. In our opinion, […]

This is so because the law discourages multiplicity of proceedings and encourages quick and effective resolution of the entire disputes between the parties by a single decree or order. Amendments have also been allowed to perfect the cause of action pleaded (see Seth Nanak Chand Shadiram v. Amin Chand Pyarilal reported in AIR 1970 Calcutta 8). Amendments are allowed to […]

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