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By Dinesh Kumar Agrawal
Cite as: (2010) PL (CL) March 28
India is in the process of revamping its direct and indirect taxation system through introduction of the new direct tax code and goods and services tax (GST). . .
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By Dr. Arvind P. Bhanu*
Article 3561of the Constitution was most keenly discussed and debated in the Constituent Assembly. The Founding Fathers apprehended that, if and when it would be misused, it would violate not merely the federal character of the polity envisaged by them but also make a mockery of democratic principles....
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Gopal Sankaranarayanan
Cite as: (2010) PL (Con) February 21
The inconsistency in the law laid down by the highest court of the land is a cause for concern . . .
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By Giriraj Subramanium*
The facts of this case are quite simple, but the jurisprudential implications of the judgment remain enormous. Simply put, a member of the Legislative Assembly of the State of Jammu and Kashmir was arrested by the police...
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Avaantika Kakkar
Cite as: (2010) PL (CL) January 19
India’s Competition Act, 2002 (CA) was brought into effect in the latter half of May 2009 except for the provisions regulating merger control. Section 66 of CA was also not brought into effect simultaneously with its remaining provisions and because this is the section dealing with the dissolution of the Monopolies and Restrictive Trade Practices Commission (MRTPC) and providing” . . .
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Anuradha R.V.
Cite as: (2010) PL (TL) January 23
Most international conferences culminate in adopting decisions or reaching agreements or declarations or understandings. The Copenhagen conference on climate change held last month, led to an unusual outcome in that it was neither of these. What emerged on the final day (December 19) was termed an “accord” which the conference of parties to the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change (Unfccc) “takes note of” . . .
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Abhishek Sinha*, Associate, Khaitan and Co., Mumbai
Cite as: (2009) PL (CL) November 16
Human capital plays an important role in the socio-economic growth of any developing nation. Education in general leads to creation of human capital, and any form of investment in this sector will lead to higher generation. . . .
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