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Capital Punishment....we can live without it
Capital punishment is an issue which figures prominently in philosophical, religious and political discussions, and has absorbed the attentions of law-makers and the public worldwide. Right wing politicians usually express strong support for capital punishment, while more moderate, liberal and...
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Just 4-6 articles sans spelling mistakes a week, rising instances of sensationalism, alleged sex and drinking amongst journalists, and indifference to journalists sucking up to the Radias in the world seems to suggest a serious decline in the standards of journalism.  ...
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I am in a familiar territory! Hi! I came here long ago. Does anyone remember me? No one remembers a traitor you'd say. I turned a traitor to LegallyIndia blogs. I take the blame. However, I thought I should come here;...
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2011-01-02._-_new_years_resolutions-res
  Legally Drawn is created by Vasanth Sarathy and is published on his blog www.legallydrawn.com And on that note, happy New Year from Legally India too, may all your professional and personal aspirations be binding and come true in 2011!...
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Deliberating on the need for initiating legal reforms in infrastructure, experts from the industry and legal profession are and have always been unequivocal on the need for a clearly defined legal and regulatory framework to improve the infrastructure sector in India....
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2010-11-16_-_a_mammoth_assignment
    Legally Drawn is created by Vasanth Sarathy and is published on his blog www.legallydrawn.com...
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“I am never satisfied with the progress, I want things to move faster…” this was said by ASEAN Secretary General, H.E. Mr. Ong Keng Yong to the Business Standard, a business news publication, on the sidelines of a seminar organised by...
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It's just two years since I've enrolled,  and already my practice is growing by leaps and bounds.  I am losing track of the number of inquiries I get from potential clients. I've always had a flair for mergers & acquisitions, takeovers,...
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Martian Law
Legally Drawn is created by Vasanth Sarathy and is published on his blog www.legallydrawn.com...
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By: Kartik Dawar – Associate Advocate, Kaden Boriss Legal LLP   Partnership is one of the oldest forms of business relationships that continues to be relevant in the present era as well. In India, even though limited liability companies have substituted...
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Hemant Batra, Lead Partner, Kaden Boriss Legal LLP, India Most Countries of the World which embarked on the road to economic development had to depend on foreign capital to some extent. But until the early 1990s India’s approach towards foreign...
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2010-10-24-owl-language
    Legally Drawn is created by Vasanth Sarathy and is published on his blog www.legallydrawn.com We will be featuring his future cartoons on Legally India....
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I received an email from one KV Dhanajay, Advocate, Supreme Court of India; the email was not any personal email but was addressed to many addresses including me; initially I thought it was more like a spam communication or an unsolicited...
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Nimanniyu Sharma, Intern, Kaden Boriss Legal LLP, India Factor markets in India, be it Land or Labour, both have been in need of reforms. Part reason for non-reform in these markets is that that they are primarily State Subjects. But what...
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2010-10-19_If_it_seems_too_good_to_be_true_ask_your_lawyer
    Legally Drawn is created by Vasanth Sarathy and is published on his blog www.legallydrawn.com We will be featuring his future cartoons on Legally India....
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By Nimanniyu Sharma, Intern, Kaden Boriss Legal LLP, India    “Human beings are human beings. They say what they want, don't they? They used to say it across the fence while they were hanging wash. Now they just say it on...
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CWG 2010: THE HISTORICAL SUCCESS It is the seasons of festivals embracing all over the country & India adds one more festivals to the season to celebrate by successfully holding the Commonwealth Games 2010 at Delhi & by showing a...
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Hemant Batra, Lead Partner, Kaden Boriss Legal LLP, India  Introduction What makes “the East” different from “the West” and how? “Culture is more often a source of conflict than of synergy.” Following are the major differences found between the east and...
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