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The Evolution of LGBT Law in India

The article explores the history of Section 377 of the Indian Penal Code 1860 and how the Supreme Court decriminalized the section. A thorough overview of the LGBT community’s freedoms relevant to the landmark verdict is offered and the decriminalization of the classification against homosexuality in various countries is also dealt with.


Can Daughter claim father’s property in India?

Every religion has started with the norms of patriarchy imbibed in them, and has transformed over time to embrace a more gender equal mindset. The Hindu Succession (Amendment) Act, 2005, along with the Supreme Court ruling in 2018 have restored this gender equality in terms of property rights to the Hindu religion.


Jammu & Kashmir Reservation Amendment, 2019

Jammu & Kashmir Reservation Amendment, 2019

The Jammu and Kashmir Act, 2004 states that whose annual income exceeds rupees three Lakh would not be included within socially and educationally backward classes. It does not apply to persons living in areas adjoining the Actual Line of Control. According to the amended bill, this exclusion will not be applied to persons who live in areas adjoining to the International Border.




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How to handle an Online Stalker?

Stalking is the crime of illegally following someone over a period of time and whosoever disturbs someone mental peace, harasses or creates a feeling of violence by the means of email, instant messaging or by any other electronic device, commits the offense of online stalking or cyberstalking.

How to File a case against Cheque Bounce
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How to File a case against Cheque Bounce?

A cheque bounce is a commonly used term for when the cheque cannot be processed further by the bank due to a number of reasons, mainly paucity of funds in the account of the holder and other technical issues like overwriting, mismatch of amount or figures or signature, damaged cheque etc.

How to file case in consumer Court?
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How to file a case in Consumer Court?

The Consumer Court deals with the grievances of consumers and complaints related to services and products. The Court was established under the Consumer Protection Act, 1986 to adjudicate upon the disputes relating to defective goods and services in India. There are three levels to it, i.e. District, State and National. A consumer can file a complaint depending upon the monetary limit.

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