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Cheating and Criminal Breach of Trust IPC

Why the offences of Cheating and Breach of Trust are antithetical to each other

Bhomesh R Bellam

A national body to administer Tribunals: Ordained by law, stalled by rigidity

Navdeep Singh

A missed connection: The Supreme Court's AGR judgment

Mahalakshmi Pavani

Online, home-proctored exams: An invisible dagger hanging over students’ mental and moral well-being?

Priya Garg

The judge as a story writer

The judge as a story writer

Umang Poddar

India’s answer to non-personal data regulation: A lamentable effort?

India’s answer to non-personal data regulation: A lamentable effort?

Devvrat Joshi

NCLT

How did the COVID-19 lockdown affect the functioning of the NCLT? A quantitative analysis

Anjali Sharma

Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code

Applicability of Section 18 of the Limitation Act to proceedings under IBC: Need for reconsideration

As a result of the judgment in Babulal Vardharji Gurjar, genuine cases where defaults can be resolved may head into insolvency proceedings because the law did not allow parties further time to resolve the issue.

Rohan Thawani

The Recent Carnival of Crime

Gopal Sankaranarayanan

The Supreme Court's greatest gift is the PIL and it is here to stay, whatever critics may say

Dushyant Dave

Why was the young man repeatedly interrupting the thirteen well-dressed gentlemen? A case for courtroom humour

Sanjoy Ghose

State of Play: Colonial history and present-day law governing gambling

Faisal Sherwani

Lawyers' work hours: Putting the "Human" in human resource

Bar & Bench

NLAT: NLSIU's Legally Approved Torture

Rajneesh Singh

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