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The Preah Vihear Case: Cambodia v. Thailand

The present case was filed in the International Court of Justice (ICJ). The International Court of Justice (ICJ) is one of the six principal organs of the United Nations. It settles disputes between ....

Author: Divyapratap Parmar   |  Subject: International Law | Date: 21 Jun 2021 |  (Case Studies & Briefs)

Gates open for Indian Entities to choose Foreign Seat: The Supreme Court decision in PASL v. GE.

A three-judge bench of the Supreme Court, recently, in the case of PASL Wind Solution (P) Ltd. v. GE Power Conversion India (P) Ltd.1 held that two companies incorporated in India could choose a seat ....

Author: Chirag Singla & Ashwin Romy   |  Subject: Arbitration | Date: 15 Jun 2021 |  (Case Studies & Briefs)

A case comment on Jyotendrasinhji vs. S. I. Tripathi

Rajkot Appellate Assistant Commissioner on April 4, 1975, and August 20, 1975, permitted the appeals. The Revenue won its appeal to the Tribunal. The Tribunal upheld the appeals, stating that the A.A.....

Author: Surya Kumar   |  Subject: Miscellaneous | Date: 09 Jun 2021 |  (Case Studies & Briefs)

Case Comment on the Supreme Court Judgement Indian Young Lawyers Association & Ors vs. The State of Kerala & Ors.

India is a country known for its rich and varied traditions. People of all sex, religion, caste, colour reside in our country. Old customs have always been a sensitive topic to talk about in India be....

Author: Abhijit Kumar Patra   |  Subject: Constitution | Date: 08 Jun 2021 |  (Case Studies & Briefs)

Indian Parties with a Foreign Seat of Arbitration

A single-judge bench of the Gujarat High Court delivered a verdict on November 2020, referring to the possible reference to the parties “GE Power Conversion Pvt. Ltd. v. PASL Wind Solutions Ltd”2, whi....

Author: Subah Hindaria   |  Subject: Arbitration | Date: 07 Jun 2021 |  (Case Studies & Briefs)

Case Commentary on Manish Kumar vs. Union of India & Anr.

Petitioners filed a writ petition under Article 32 of Constitution of India, 1950 is being preferred by the Petitioner to challenge the constitutional vires of the section 3 of the Insolvency and Ban....

Author: Rahul Agarwal & Vasudha Tewari   |  Subject: Insolvency | Date: 04 Jun 2021 |  (Case Studies & Briefs)

Case comment on Tunda v. Rex

There was a person named Tunda who was 24 years old, residing in a village called Jaoli in the district of Mathura. He had a friend named Munshi, both of them loved wrestling. On May 13th1947, Tunda a....

Author: Ashima Joshi   |  Subject: Criminal | Date: 03 Jun 2021 |  (Case Studies & Briefs)

Circumstantial Evidence vis-À-vis Aarushi Talwar and Hemraj Case*

Evidence can be direct or circumstantial evidence. The researcher in this paper focuses on the concept of circumstantial evidence and the relation to the Aarushi Talwar case. When various unrelated fa....

Author: Disha Jain and Aniruddha Dwivedi   |  Subject: Criminal | Date: 31 May 2021 |  (Case Studies & Briefs)

Case Comment on the Supreme Court Judgement of Navtej Singh Johar& Ors v. Union of India

In a Shakespearean play it was quoted that “What’s in a name? That we call a rose by any other name would smell as sweet.” In plain terminology, this expression merely suggests that what predominantly....

Author: Astha Bhattacharya   |  Subject: Constitution | Date: 12 May 2021 |  (Case Studies & Briefs)

A Study on the Reliance – Future Acquisition Deal (Single Judge Bench Judgement Delhi HC - Case Analysis)

In a fight for the FMCG market, Reliance and Future group decided to enter into a merger, which would give access to 1,800 stores which are spread across 420 cities in India. The competition commissio....

Author: Krishna Giri Nair   |  Subject: Corporate - Company/Partnership | Date: 07 May 2021 |  (Case Studies & Briefs)
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