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Critical Analysis of the Case: State Of Uttar Pradesh V. Ram Swarup & Another

The Author of this blog is  Amit Kumar,  Student of 2nd year, BA LLB (H), SGT University, Gurugram          Facts Of The Case ●     Ganga Ram and Sahib Dutta Mal alias Munimji were trade rivals. ●     On the morning of June 7,1970 Ganga Ram is alleged to have gone to the market in Badaun, U.P., to purchase melons from Munimji at about 7.00 am. Munimji declined to sell it. ●     Both parties got involved in a verbal fight and Ganga Ram is alleged to have left in a huss. ●     An hour later Ganga Ram went back to the market with his son Ram Swarup and two other sons (Somi and Subhash). Ganga Ram had a knife, Ram Swarup had a gun and the two others carried lathis. ●     They threw a challenge saying that they wanted to know whose authority prevailed in the market. They advanced aggressively towards Munimji and the latter taken by surprise, attempted to rush in a neighboring kothari. ●     Before Munimji could retreat, Ram Swarup shot him dead at point blank range. ●     It


The Author of this blog is  Anshika Jindal, S tudent, School of Law and Legal Affairs, Noida International University, Greater Noida.      Introduction Under section 68 1 of the Companies Act, 2013 read with Section 77A of the Companies Act, 1956, signifies that any company limited by shares or company limited by guarantee having a share capital [2] can buy its own securities, whether it is a public company 3 , private company 4 or an unlisted company 5 . The Companies (Amendment) Ordinance (October 31, 1998, and January 7, 1999) have allowed companies to buy back their own shares subject to regulation laid down by SEBI(Buyback of securities Amendment) Regulations,2013 as well as subsequent amendments thereafter. The Ordinance lay down the provisions concerning buyback of shares. Buyback Of Shares Buyback of shares refers to the process by which a company re-purchases its shares by buyback of shares and other specified securities from its existing shareholders at a price higher tha

Women Protection Laws: An Unsaid Advantage

  The Author of this blog is Riya Sharma,  student of 3rd year BBA LLB (H) from   Fairfield Institute of Management and Technology, New Delhi Introduction Earlier, we used to live in patriarchal society where men were considered to be the one making all the decisions and women were not given much rights, they had to do what men told them to. But now, things have been changing, women are considered as equals, many laws have been introduced to protect women against any cruelty. Implementation of laws such as domestic violence act, sexual harassment act, dowry prohibitions act, etc., made for women to feel safe. These women protection laws were initially implemented to eradicate any advantage towards a particular gender and to promote gender neutrality. In contradiction to gender neutrality, these laws were considered as “anti-men” laws as these laws were only favorable towards women. India is considered to be a dangerous country for women but there are also men who gets harassed by t