The City Life at the time of Vatsyayana from Kamasutram

Time: 2600 -2500 BCE Place: Patliputra/Magadh [Modern Bihar] Language : Sanskrit CHAPTER IV. THE LIFE OF A CITIZEN. Having thus acquired learning, a man, with the wealth that he may have gained by gift, conquest, purchase, deposit,or inheritance from his ancestors, should become a householder, and pass the life of a citizen. He should take… Read More The City Life at the time of Vatsyayana from Kamasutram

International patent classification

The International Patent Classification (IPC), established by the Strasbourg Agreement 1971, provides for a hierarchical system of language independent symbols for the classification of patents and utility models according to the different areas of technology to which they pertain. The IPC divides technology into eight sections with approximately 70,000 subdivisions. Each subdivision has a symbol… Read More International patent classification

Purusha and Yagna are Same and Unified- Satapath Brahmana

शतपथब्राह्मण १.३.२ यज्ञस्य पुरुषतादाम्यम् पुरुषो वै यज्ञः । पुरुषस्तेन यज्ञो यदेनं पुरुषस्तनुत एष वै तायमानो यावानेव पुरुषस्तावान्विधीयते तस्मात्पुरुषो यज्ञः – १.३.२.[१] तस्येयमेव जुहूः । इयमुपभृदात्मैव ध्रुवा तद्वा आत्मन एवेमानि सर्वाण्यङ्गानि प्रभवन्ति तस्मादु ध्रुवाया एव सर्वो यज्ञः प्रभवति- १.३.२.[२] प्राण एव स्रुवः । सोऽयं प्राणः सर्वाण्यङ्गान्यनुसंचरति तस्मादु स्रुवः सर्वा अनु स्रुचः संचरति – १.३.२.[३] तस्यासावेव द्यौर्जुहूः… Read More Purusha and Yagna are Same and Unified- Satapath Brahmana

Valmiki Ramayana Fifth Kandam

Part [Kandam] – 1  2  3  4  5  6 ५.००१.००१ ततो रावणनीतायाः सीतायाः शत्रुकर्शनः ५.००१.००१ इयेष पदमन्वेष्टुं चारणाचरिते पथि ५.००१.००२ अथ वैदूर्यवर्णेषु शाद्वलेषु महाबलः ५.००१.००२ धीरः सलिलकल्पेषु विचचार यथासुखम् ५.००१.००३ द्विजान् वित्रासयन् धीमानुरसा पादपान् हरन् ५.००१.००३ मृगांश्च सुबहून्निघ्नन् प्रवृद्ध इव केसरी ५.००१.००४ नीललोहितमाञ्जिष्ठपद्मवर्णैः सितासितैः ५.००१.००४ स्वभावविहितैश्चित्रैर्धातुभिः समलंकृतम् ५.००१.००५ कामरूपिभिराविष्टमभीक्ष्णं सपरिच्छदैः ५.००१.००५ यक्षकिंनरगन्धर्वैर्देवकल्पैश्च पन्नगैः ५.००१.००६ स… Read More Valmiki Ramayana Fifth Kandam

What to do if a Judge recorded wrong submission and something not submitted at all-SC

That is the only way to have the record corrected. If no such step is taken, the matter must necessarily end there. of course a party may resile and an Appellate Court may permit him in rare and appropriate cases to resile from a concession on the ground that the concession was made on a wrong appreciation of the law and had led to gross injustice; but, he may not call in question the very fact of making the concession as recorded in the judgment… Read More What to do if a Judge recorded wrong submission and something not submitted at all-SC

RBI cancels Certificate of Registration of several NBFCs U/S 45-IA (6) of Reserve Bank of India Act, 1934

Date : Oct 23, 2018 RBI cancels Certificate of Registration of 31 NBFCs The Reserve Bank of India, in exercise of powers conferred on it under Section 45-IA (6) of the Reserve Bank of India Act, 1934, has cancelled the Certificate of Registration of the following companies. Sl. No. Name of the Company Registered Office address… Read More RBI cancels Certificate of Registration of several NBFCs U/S 45-IA (6) of Reserve Bank of India Act, 1934

Calling of names and hurling of abuses such as ‘Hathi’, ‘Mota Hathi’ by the wife to her husband is cruelty

The calling of names and hurling of abuses such as ‘Hathi’, ‘Mota Hathi’ and ‘Mota Elephant’ by the appellant in respect of her husband – even if he was overweight, is bound to strike at his self respect and self esteem. Obviously, the respondent was sensitive to such taunts, and it is not the appellants… Read More Calling of names and hurling of abuses such as ‘Hathi’, ‘Mota Hathi’ by the wife to her husband is cruelty

The West Bengal Scheduled Castes And Scheduled Tribes (Identification) Act, 1994

Identification of members of Scheduled Tribes. – Any person belonging to any of the tribes or tribal communities or parts of or groups within tribes or tribal communities, specified in Part XII of the Schedule to the Constitution (Scheduled Tribes) Order, and resident in the locality specified in relation to him in that Part of such Schedule, may be identified, by a certificate, to be a member of the Scheduled Tribes.… Read More The West Bengal Scheduled Castes And Scheduled Tribes (Identification) Act, 1994

Neither Sec 188 of IPC nor Sec 144 of Cr.P.C allow executive to threaten life of citizen for mere breach of curfew order-Gujrat HC

06-02-1974-Under the Constitution, protection against impairment of the guarantee of fundamental rights is determined by the nature of the right, the interest of the aggrieved party and the degree of harm resulting from the State action. Impairment of the right of the individual and not the object of the State in taking the impugned action,… Read More Neither Sec 188 of IPC nor Sec 144 of Cr.P.C allow executive to threaten life of citizen for mere breach of curfew order-Gujrat HC

Distinction between a suit for cancellation of a deed affecting certain property and a suit for declaration that a particular document is inoperative as against the plaintiff.

There is a clear and well marked distinction between a suit for cancellation of a deed affecting certain property and a suit for declaration that a particular document is inoperative as against the plaintiff. A suit for cancellation must be brought by a person who was a party to the deed or by a person… Read More Distinction between a suit for cancellation of a deed affecting certain property and a suit for declaration that a particular document is inoperative as against the plaintiff.

If any ground which was argued but not considered aggrieved party can file an application for review or clarification.

04-04-1985-It is not unusual for parties and counsel to raise innumerable grounds in the petitions and memoranda of appeal etc., but, later, confine themselves, in the course of argument to a few only of those grounds, obviously because the rest of the grounds are considered even by them to be unteaable. No party or counsel is thereafter entitled to make a grievance that the grounds not argued were not considered. If indeed any ground which was argued was not considered it should be open to the party aggrieved to draw the attention of the court making the order to it by filing a proper application fur review or clarification. The time of the superior courts is not to be wasted in enquiring into the question whether a certain ground which no reference is found in the judgment of the subordinate court was argued before that court or not ?… Read More If any ground which was argued but not considered aggrieved party can file an application for review or clarification.

If issue of title neither expressly nor substantially involved in former suit then whether the judgment operates as res judicata in a next suit.

12-07-2005-We find sufficient force in the alternative contention advanced on behalf of wife Alagammal and her children that doctrine of constructive res judicata, as contained in explanation IV to Section 11 of the Code certainly, can be invoked against the present appellant, who claims by a purchase from Muthuswami. Explanation IV to Section 11 of… Read More If issue of title neither expressly nor substantially involved in former suit then whether the judgment operates as res judicata in a next suit.

Whether accused having legally obtained certified copy of judgment free of cost in a warrant case u/s 371, Cr.P.C., can file Memo of appeal u/s 419, Cr. P.C. without payment of court-fees on the free copy

11-09-1970 –Yes-This exemption will enure to the benefit of the accused when after obtaining the same he files it before an Appellate Court in order to challenge the judgment. It is not necessary in this case to consider whether such a certified copy will be exempt from court-fees in some other proceeding, or exempt in… Read More Whether accused having legally obtained certified copy of judgment free of cost in a warrant case u/s 371, Cr.P.C., can file Memo of appeal u/s 419, Cr. P.C. without payment of court-fees on the free copy

Distinction and difference between the capacity to contract and authority to contract

Capacity to contract means power to bind oneself by the contract and authority to contract means the authority to bind another by the contract. Capacity is part of law of status, while the authority is part of law of principal and agent. Contracts made by agents and representatives, who have no authority from their principal to make them are not void, but merely voidable and may be ratified. They bind the agents and representatives in any case, if not adopted or ratified by their principal. Thus, if guardians on behalf of minors entered into contracts for their minor wards, such contracts would not bind the minors unless and until they adopted or ratified the same on becoming majors. However, such contracts are always binding on the guardians who made those contracts on behalf of their minor wards.… Read More Distinction and difference between the capacity to contract and authority to contract