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2nd VIVEKANANDA INSTITUTE OF PROFESSIONAL STUDIES INTERNATIONAL MOOT COURT COMPETITION, 2014

After the grand success of 1st VIPS IMC 2013, held on 4-6 October, 2013, with the participation from 26 teams from all over India, including two international teams, Vivekananda Law School Moot Court Society, Advocate’s Legion is organizing its flagship event… 142 more words
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One Month as Proxy Counsel

The legal profession has always enchanted me since I was in school. A lot of my perceptions though in school stemmed out of watching the popular television dramas such as… 815 more words

Stop e-rickshaws: HC to Delhi government

“Stop it as of now,” a bench of justices B D Ahmed and S Mridul said, while observing that “unregulated plying of vehicles on Delhi roads is prima facie a hazard to other traffic on road as well as the citizens”. 228 more words

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Tekla Corporation & Anr. v. Survo Ghosh & Anr.

Tekla Corporation & Anr. v. Survo Ghosh & Anr.;

16.05.2014; CS(OS) 2414 of 2011 befpre the Delhi High Court

Plaintiffs filed a suit for infringement of Copyright in Computer Programme. 395 more words

Intellectual Property Rights

Delhi High Court unhappy over e-rickshaws

A division bench of Justice BD Ahmed and Justice Siddharth Mridul said that the court will not permit unregulated transport to ply uncontrolled without licence, registration and insurance. 128 more words

Nation

Delhi High Court Stays the Previous Order of Mahamta Gandhi University (MGU) for Chief Justice Bench

New Delhi :In a Judgement the Division Bench of Chief Justice has taken note of the frivolous petition filed by one Md.Sajid, against Mahatma Gandhi University by its counsel Shri Arvind Nigam, Senior Advocatehas submitted before Delhi High Court that Md. 222 more words

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Indo Rolhard Industries Ltd. Vs. M.K. Mahajan & Anr.

178 CompCas 282 (Delhi) FACTS:

A petition was filed by two shareholders for winding up of the appellant-company under section 433 of the Companies Act, 1956. 582 more words

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