Overview of Fugitive Economic Offenders Bill, 2018 and National Financial Reporting Authority

The Union cabinet has approved the Fugitive Economic Offenders Bill, 2018 in Parliament, as proposed by the Ministry of Finance. The Bill would deal with the economic offenders by laying down measures preventing them from evading the process of Indian law by remaining outside the jurisdiction of the Indian Courts. As stated by the Finance... Continue Reading →


The Concept of Joint Rights and Liabilities and their Enforceability

INTRODUCTION "An obligation entered into by two or more persons, so that each is liable severally, and all liable jointly, and a creditor or obligee may sue one or more severally, or all jointly, at his option."[1] Who can demand performance of joint promises? The answer to this question is found in Section 45 which... Continue Reading →

History of Trust Law in India

Trust law today is a major part of International Legal Institutions all over the world. A key development was the codification of the trust law by the colonial government of India which embraced the ‘obligational’ model of the trust that removed the notion of ‘equitable ownership.’ Transplantation of trust law into British India happened in... Continue Reading →

  Institute Of National Importance An Institute of National Importance is an institution which serves as a pivotal player in developing highly skilled personnel within the specified region of the country. So, these all institutions are largely providing their expertise to develop diligent, knowledgeable and skilled personnels for a specified region.  But these definitions are... Continue Reading →

Legalizing Cannabis – Marijuana

Cannabis, commonly called as Marijuana, is used as a psychoactive drug prepared from the Cannabis plant (a genus of flowering plant in the family Cannabaceae). The major use of Cannabis is for its mental as well as physical effects which include “high” or “stoned” feeling which causes a general change in perception, euphoria (heightened mood)... Continue Reading →

The 80/20 Rule

80/20 Rule It means that 80 percent of your outcomes come from 20 percent of your inputs. This principle was introduced by a management thinker Joseph M. Juran. It was named after the Italian economist Vilfredo Pareto, whose observation was that 80% of income in Italy was received by 20% of the Italian population. The... Continue Reading →

Blackberry KeyOne : REVIEW

Blackberry is back and this time it didn’t make us want to roll our eyes. Blackberry KeyOne is a stylish smartphone with full metal frame and textured black. It is the latest android phone in the market and is packed with full QWERTY keyboard and a scratch resistant screen. This new add-on is just mind-boggling […]

Sociology in Sati

“A woman” Does the worth of a woman exist only in relation to a man? Is it justified on the part of the narrow-minded hypocritical society to persecute a woman in the name of protecting her or in the name of doing greater good of people? Is it even human to jeopardize the freedom, aspirations,... Continue Reading →


The term Ambush Marketing was coined by Jerry C Welsh. It happens when an unauthorised entity, having not acquired any license or a right from the event organisers, markets itself in such a way that it gives the general perception to the public at large that the entity is associated with the event. This permits... Continue Reading →


The Sports Industry has always been an amalgamation of entertainment, games, culture and business. It has become an essential social activity. It has become so popular with the support of the people who are associated with it due to their regional or national allegiance or other interests. The Sports Industry has an influential impact on... Continue Reading →

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