Malvika
Malvika Advani 24 Apr 2019

ALL ABOUT CENTRAL VIGILANCE COMMISSION (CVC)
THE NEED TO SET UP CVC   The Central Vigilance Commission was set up by the Government in February, 1964 on the recommendations of the Committee on Prevention of Corruption, headed by Shri K. Santhanam, to advise and guide Central Government agencies in the field of vigilance. CVC is an apex Indian governmental body. It addresses governmental…
Bhumesh
Bhumesh Verma 22 Apr 2019

Tax collections directly from your bank accounts - Scary scenario ahead
The income tax department (IT) is always facing pressure from the government to enhance collections so that the financial deficit running in billions of Rupees can be trimmed. Therefore, it keeps coming up with some or the other new tricks up its sleeve. Now, the tax sleuths are getting ready to crack whip on the tax defaulters to recuperate tax…
kartik
kartik mago 16 Apr 2019

LANDMARK JUDGMENTS OF SUPREME COURT (Part 2)
Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) v. Aditya Bandopadhyay & Ors(2011)This judgment came in the year 2011. By virtue of this judgment, now the students who are aggrieved by the evaluation can claim their evaluated answer books to be inspected. They can also take a certified copy of the paper under RTI Act. But this can be done only during…
Malvika
Malvika Advani 12 Apr 2019

SOCIAL MEDIA CRIMES
IntroductionNowadays, many people are becoming a part of social media by signing up for profiles for the purpose of building connects. Some have as low as a handful of friends or followers while some crave for having thousands of them.Social media is a very good platform for outsourcing one's knowledge, news etc. provided that it is used only in the…
Trademarkclick
Trademarkclick .com 11 Apr 2019

Delhi High Court awards ₹3.85 crores to Whatman International Ltd.
On 4th February 2019, the Delhi High Court awarded ₹3.85 crore to Whatman International Ltd. in a Trademark infringement lawsuit. Whatman International is a healthcare company specialising in laboratory filtration products and separation technologies. Whatman Internation was founded by James Whatman in 1740 and is named after the founder…
Trademarkclick
Trademarkclick .com 11 Apr 2019

Tic Tac wins ‘container’ case against BMB
A Trademark application was filed to register a container by BMB, a Polish confectionery firm, who manufactures Mik Maki sweets. The Trademark was opposed by Ferrero, maker of Tic Tac mints, as BMB’s mark violated a shape mark it uses for Tic-Tac containers.The General Court objected that the mark filed by BMB can lead to confusion with the mark already…
Trademarkclick
Trademarkclick .com 11 Apr 2019

Geographical Indication Tag granted for Five Indian Coffee Varieties
The Department for Promotion of Industry and Internal Trade, under the Ministry of Commerce and Industry, has recently awarded GI Tag to Five Indian Coffee Varieties namely Coorg Arabica coffee from Karnataka, Wayanad Robusta coffee from Kerala, Chikmaglur Arabica from Karnataka, Araku Valley Arabica from Andhra Pradesh, and Bababudangiris Arabica…
Trademarkclick
Trademarkclick .com 11 Apr 2019

HUL took Emami's to Court for Trademark Infringement
An application was filed by Hindustan Unilever Ltd. (HUL) against Emami. It was for restraining Emami from telecasting one of its commercials for the product ‘Fair And Handsome’, which allegedly disparaged the goodwill and reputation of HUL’s product, ‘Fair & Lovely’. This application was a part of the suit filed by HUL for trademark infringement,…
kartik
kartik mago 10 Apr 2019

LANDMARK JUDGMENTS OF SUPREME COURT (Part 1)
Minerva Mills V. Union Of India (1980) Supreme Court had struck down Section 55 & 4 of the 42nd Amendment because it violated the basic structure doctrine. The Court emphasized on the importance of judicial review and held that Section 55 of the amendment act 1976 is void because it made the challenge in Court not possible and removed all…
kartik
kartik mago 2 Apr 2019

DISCHARGE OF LIABILITY OF ACCUSED IN SECTION 138 CASES
Section 138 of Negotiable Instruments Act, 1881The Negotiable Instruments Act, 1881 talks about three types of instruments. These are promissory notes, bills of exchange and cheques. 'Negotiable' means transferable in regards to consideration. 'Instrument' means a written document creating a right in favor of the other person. Thus negotiable instrument…
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