HOW TO BECAME CITIZEN OF AMERICA

Process  A three-step process to get permanent residency Permanent residence (United States) status [Gren card] Reside five years a with 30 months physical presence Apply for Citizenship or Naturalisation Acts : Immigration and Nationality Act The Homeland Security Act (HSA) of 2002 Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986 Illegal Immigration Reform and Immigrant Responsibility Act of … Continue reading HOW TO BECAME CITIZEN OF AMERICA

How to prove possession of immovable property in India ?

KEYWORDS: -PROOF OF POSSESSION- Vacant Land “But what if the property is a vacant site, which is not physically possessed, used or enjoyed? In such cases the principle is that possession follows title. If two persons claim to be in possession of a vacant site, one who is able to establish title thereto will be considered … Continue reading How to prove possession of immovable property in India ?

How to produce Evidence

PART III (CH 7 T0 11) PRODUCTION AND EFFECT OF EVIDENCE ( SS 101-167) प्रासंगिक तथ्यों के परिबेसन एबम परिणाम CHAPTER VII OF THE BURDEN OF PROOF(ss101-114A) 101. Burden of proof— Whoever desires any Court to give judgment as to any legal right or liability dependent on the existence of facts which he asserts, must … Continue reading How to produce Evidence

DESCRIPTIVE QUESTIONS ON INDIAN EVIDENCE ACT [ BEGINNER LEVEL]

 Explain what is not evidence before a court of law. In this line whether an affidavit can be said as evidence of a fact. What is fact in issue? How it is different from relevant fact? Whether a Dying declaration is a conclusive proof for establishing dowry death? What is permissible hearsay evidence? Whether inferential … Continue reading DESCRIPTIVE QUESTIONS ON INDIAN EVIDENCE ACT [ BEGINNER LEVEL]

Descriptive questions on Indian Penal Code [ Beginner level]

1. What are the mitigating factors? Discuss the factors responsible for variations in criminal liability. 2.“The intent and the act must both concur to constitute a crime”. Explain this statement with reference. 3. Write a note on “wrongful gain and wrongful loss”. What is Undue enrichment?  4. What is private defence ? When does the … Continue reading Descriptive questions on Indian Penal Code [ Beginner level]

Vatsyayana Kamasutram [Sanskrit]

CONTENTS  १साधारणम् १.१शास्त्रसंग्रहः १.२त्रिवर्गप्रतिपत्तिः १.३विद्यासमुद्देशः १.४नागरकवृत्तम् १.५नायकसहायदूतीकर्मविमर्शः २सांप्रयोगिकं नाम द्वितीयम् अधिकरणम् २.१प्रमाणकालभावेभ्यो रतअवस्थापनम् २.२आलिङ्गनविचारा २.३चुम्बनविकल्पास् २.४नखरदनजातयः २.५दशनच्छेद्यविहयो २.६संवेशनप्रकाराश्चित्ररतानि २.७प्रहणनप्रयोगास् तद्युक्ताश् च सीत्कृतक्रमाः २.८पुरुषोपसृप्तानि पुरुषायितं २.९औपरिष्टकं नवमो २.१०रतअरम्भअवसानिकं रतविशेषाः प्रणयकलहश् च ३ कन्यासंप्रयुक्तकं ३.१वरणसंविधानम् संबन्धनिश्चयः च ३.२कन्याविस्रम्भणम् ३.३बालायाम् उपक्रमाः इङ्गिताकारसूचनम् च ३.४एकपुरुषाभियोगाः ३.५विवाहयोग ४ भार्याधिकारिकं ४.१एकचारिणीवृत्तं प्रवासचर्या च ४.२ज्येष्ठादिवृत्त ५ पारदारिकं ५.१स्त्रीपुरुषशीलवस्थापनं व्यावर्तनकारणाणि स्त्रीषु सिद्धाः पुरुषा … Continue reading Vatsyayana Kamasutram [Sanskrit]

Legal system of United Kingdom

Introduction The Crown Law Making Procedure Common Law Alternative Dispute Resolution police and Criminal Laws Difference Between Civil and Criminal Law English Law The Rule of Law What are Precedents The Doctrine of Precedent The Crown Prosecution Service British Constitution without having it Classification of Powers of Appointment Rising Prison Population Courts Magistrates Courts High … Continue reading Legal system of United Kingdom

Protecting the Intellectual Property Rights

Intellectual Property Rights Illegally Downloading Music Open Source Software Licences Passing Off Claiming Royalties Art Work Self Publishing Versus Publishing House Copyright Copyright The Basics Copyright Infringement Remedies for Copyright Infringement Who can Claim Copyright Infringement? Criminal Liability for Copyright Infringement Copyright Tribunals Can Ideas be Protected by Copyright? What are Moral Rights? How long … Continue reading Protecting the Intellectual Property Rights

PRECIS WRITING WITH MODEL ANSWER

PREVIOUS PAGE Make Precis and give suitable Title. In early civilisations, most communities were sharply divided into two classes, Precis Writing those who laboured and those who did not. The small number of rulers – kings, priests, military leaders – lived in great comfort, and did very little work. The vast majority of the population enjoyed very few … Continue reading PRECIS WRITING WITH MODEL ANSWER

AFCONs Infrastructure Ltd. and AnOTHER Vs Cherian Varkey Construction Co. (P) Ltd. and OTHERS [ALL SC 2010 JULY ]

KEYWORDS: Alternative Dispute Resolution- Arbitration HELD:- A civil court exercising power under Section 89 CPC cannot refer a suit to arbitration unless all the parties to the suit agree to such reference. If the reference is to arbitration or conciliation, the court has to record that the reference is by mutual consent. If the reference is to any … Continue reading AFCONs Infrastructure Ltd. and AnOTHER Vs Cherian Varkey Construction Co. (P) Ltd. and OTHERS [ALL SC 2010 JULY ]

Anecdote, the term comes from the Greek phrase ἀνέκδοτα

COLLECTED AND EXPLAINED Some jungle people are extremely gifted in all the ways necessary to ensure their continued survival in the jungle: they know the usefulness and location of all important plants in their area; they understand the behavior of local animals and how to catch and avoid them; and they can walk into the jungle … Continue reading Anecdote, the term comes from the Greek phrase ἀνέκδοτα

The Railways Act, 1989

LAW LIBRARY Railway Manual  Chapter-I Preliminary(Section 1 to 2) Chapter-II Railway Administrations(Section 3 to 4) Chapter-IIA Rail Land Development Authority(Section 4A to 4I) Chapter-III Commissioners Of Railway Safety(Section 5 to 10) Chapter-IV Construction And Maintenance Of Works(Section 11 to 20) Chapter-IVA Land Acquisition For A Special Railway Project(Section 20A to 20P) Chapter-V Opening Of Railways(Section … Continue reading The Railways Act, 1989

Rojer Mathew Vs. South Indian Bank Ltd. and Ors.[ALL SC 2018 MAY]

KEYWORDS:-Tribunal- [HEARING OF THIS CASE SHAL BE CONTINUED- EDITOR] DATE:- MAY 07, 2018 Recommended setting up of all India Tribunal service Administration of the Tribunals. “We broadly approve the concept of having an effective and autonomous oversight body for all the Tribunals with such exceptions as may be inevitable. Such body should be responsible for recruitments and … Continue reading Rojer Mathew Vs. South Indian Bank Ltd. and Ors.[ALL SC 2018 MAY]

Ashoka Kumar Thakur Versus Union of India and OTHERS [ALL SC 2008 APRIL]

Keywords:- Reservation for admission- The Constitution 93rd Amendment Act, 2005, is valid and does not violate the “basic structure” of the Constitution so far as it relates to the State maintained institutions and aided educational institutions. AIR 2008 SCW 2899 : JT 2008 (5) SC 1 : (2008) 5 SCALE 1 : (2008) 6 SCC … Continue reading Ashoka Kumar Thakur Versus Union of India and OTHERS [ALL SC 2008 APRIL]

Amarinder Singh Versus Special Committee, Punjab Vidhan Sabha and OTHERS[ ALL SC 2010 APRIL]

KEYWORDS:-Parliamentary Privilege-expulsion of the MLAs- JT 2010 (4) SC 350 : (2010) 4 SCALE 354 : (2010) 6 SCC 113 : (2010) 4 SCR 1105 (SUPREME COURT OF INDIA) Amarinder Singh Appellant Versus Special Committee, Punjab Vidhan Sabha and OTHERS Respondent (Before : K. G. Balakrishnan, C.J.,R. V. Raveendran,P. Sathasivam ,J. M. Panchal and R. … Continue reading Amarinder Singh Versus Special Committee, Punjab Vidhan Sabha and OTHERS[ ALL SC 2010 APRIL]