Tag: Delhi High Court

Domestic Violence In India: Reinterpreting The Meaning Of Shared Households
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Domestic Violence

Recent development on Domestic Violence Recently the Supreme Court in the case of Vineeta Sharma v. Rakesh Sharma[1] held that daughters have equal coparcenary rights. In the footprints of this judgment, came the judgement of Satish Chander Ahuja v. Sneha Ahuja[2], which secured the rights of women in general and particular;y in divorce cases. The judgement was pronounced on […]

Senior Citizens Protection
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Senior Citizens Protection

Parents and grandparents who are not able to maintain themselves from their own income. Can ask for maintenance from their children. And, “Childless Senior Citizens” who are not able to maintain themselves. From their own income can ask for maintenance from their relatives. Senior citizen in India means an Indian person who has attained the […]

Different Theories Of Divorce
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Mutual Divorce

An appeal against the decree of divorce by mutual consent Recently, a division bench of Justice Rajiv Sahai Endlaw and Asha Menon of Delhi High Court in the case of Anshu Malhotra v. Mukesh Malhotra[1], held that an appeal against a consent decree of dissolution of marriage is not maintainable and the remedy before an […]

Fair Use of Copyrighted Work, Copyright Protection in Cyberspace
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Copyright Protection in Cyberspace

“What is worth copying is prima facie worth protecting” – David Bainbridge COPYRIGHT LAW REGIME IN INDIA The word “Copyright” means getting a legal right or protection over one’s creation. Copyright Act, 1957 in India protects the artistic, literary, musical, and dramatic work of an Individual. The law confers a bundle of exclusive rights to […]

Union Budget 2021 Health Care
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Health Care and Pharmacy

Health Care and Pharmacy Recent events- Ministry of Health and Family Welfare issued a notification dated 30th January 2021. A new variant of SARS- CoV-2 virus had been reported by the Government of the United Kingdom (UK) to World Health Organization (WHO). In addition to the UK, cases of the variant SARS- CoV-2 virus have […]