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Police Reforms In India

  POLICE REFORMS IN INDIA POST- INDEPENDENCE Over the past decade there has been a dramatic increase in crime rates in India. According to data from the National Crime Resource Bureau, the number of reported crimes under the Indian Penal Code increased from 18,78,293 from 29,49,400 a significant increase while 63% and the number of cases reported under Special and Local Laws increased from 32, 24,167 to 43,76,699 increase by 73%. The increase in cases speaks volumes about the state of the country's justice system. To understand why, it is important to look at two aspects of criminal justice: the police and the judiciary: after all crimes and criminals are caught by the police and the punishment / justice is handed down by the judiciary. Much has been said and discussed about the justice system, its shortcomings in the delivery of justice and the necessary changes.   POLICE REVIEW: A TIME TO GET RELEASE The police are listed in Schedule Seven, Schedule II, of the Constitution.

BASIC ABOUT THE AVIATION LAW IN INDIA

      BASIC ABOUT THE AVIATION LAW IN INDIA INTRODUCTION India's public aviation industry is a promising sector due to rising demand from the top class, high disposable income, good census and rapid economic growth. It hopes to become the third largest airline market by 2020 and reach its peak by 2030. [1] The industry is following a continuous trend, paving the way for a new wave of growth and expansion with a focus on low cost carriers, modern airports, foreign direct investment (FDI) in domestic 10 in the world, with a value of almost US $ 16 billion, making up only a fraction of the strength and capability of the industry. With the National Public Aviation Policy of 2016, which came into effect on 15 June 2016, it is necessary to review the current aviation sector framework. The Ministry airlines, information technology development and regional connectivity. India's public aviation industry is among the top of Public Aviation is responsible for the management of the av

Short Note of Exempted Income From Tax

Income Exempted from Tax INTRODUCTION Exempt income means certain types of taxpayers' income. A tax exemption is the right to exclude all or some income from taxation by federal or state governments. Most taxpayers are entitled to various exemptions to reduce their taxable income, and certain individuals and organizations are completely exempt from paying taxes. For example, the Act abolished personal exemptions from the 2018 tax year to 2026 but doubled the child tax debt and general deductions. These days they have reduced taxable income by $ 12,000 per file and $ 24,000 for married couples filing together in the 2018 tax year. In India, section 10 of the Income Tax Act regulates the provisions relating to such exempt income, provided that they comply with certain guidelines and conditions. The exempted income can be of any kind such as interest earned on agricultural land, interest earned on PPF, and more. What Is Exempt Income? A tax exemption is the right to exclude all or som

Do Law Student Sing ?

  Life of a law student revolves around Acts, Statutes, Internships, Moots, Research Papers, Sports Fests( yes, you read it right) and many other activities. In our college, the crowd can be put under at least one of the above mentioned activities. Being a law student does not restrict our life to studying and learning bare provisions. Even the common belief that law is about mugging up things does not hold right. Along with cramming, there are other attributes like understanding it and analyzing its application as, in actual practice, it is all about application of law and not mere knowledge of law.  So, to sum up, I would say that the underrated life of a law student is now gaining its momentum in the minds of those people who trivialized it and indeed, it is as happening as the lives of students of other fields. Apart from .... Do you Ever Think Does Law student Sing?  If you like the video then please follow us on our Social media handle.

Industrial Disputes Settlement

                                  Industrial Disputes Resolving INTRODUCTION Conflicts are a social phenomenon and especially in the industrial community. Industrial disputes can be resolved by way of adjudication i.e. settlement of an industrial dispute by labour court or industrial tribunal or by arbitration, conciliation, etc. Industrial disputes are, therefore, disputes arising between an employer or an employers' organization on the one hand and workers or trade unions on the other, on matters relating to the employer-employee relationship, i.e. the formation and enforcement of wage rates and other conditions of employment. Kahn Freund emphasized the truthfulness of this diversity when he said: “Any approach to the relationship between management and employees is fruitless unless the diversity of their interests is clear, this is true in any society.  CAUSES OF CONFLICT IN INDUSTRIAL DISPUTES Industrial disputes are common throughout the industrial economy, whether capitalist