Day: December 16, 2014

Buy Back of Shares

By Meenakshi Menon, NUALS Editor’s Note: Buying back of shares which is often taken as a defense against takeovers has been recently given legal recognition in India. Sections 77A and 77B have been added in the Companies Act to deal with it specifically. The author discusses the basics and the procedure involved […]

Analysis Of Intention to Cause Death with respect to Culpable Homicide

By Shristi Banerjee, WBNUJS Editor’s Note: In any murder trial, determination of intention remains a challenge for the judiciary. This project intends to look beyond theoretical approach for determining intention and attempts at analytical justification.  The word “intention” has been interpreted by the Courts differently. For determining the Intention, the court […]

Confessions under POTA

By Surabhi Kaushik, UILS Panjab University Editor’s Note: Detailed Analysis of the confessions under the POTA, 2002 and citations about TADA, 1897 with related case laws. PREFACE This project aims to discuss the legal position of the confession under The Prevention of Terrorism Act, 2002, (POTA) with brief reference to […]

Corporate Social Responsibility

By Vipul Kumar Tiwari, Jibin Mathew George, Amity Law School, Delhi Editor’s Note: Corporate Social Responsibility can be defined as the economic, legal, ethical, and discretionary expectations that society has of organizations at a given point in time. The author has described CSR with related to Companies Act, 2013. INTRODUCTION […]

Case Comment on “Columbia vs. Peru” Asylums Case

By Jibin Mathew George, Amity Law School, Delhi. Editor’s Note: Case comment on Columbia vs. Peru and its relation with Extradition, Asylum, Refugee law, etc. INTRODUCTION The concept of the right of asylum, in its loosest sense, can be traced a long way back in time. History is replete with […]