Triple Talaq in India

Triple talaq, which is also known as talaq-e-biddat, immediate divorce and talaq-e-mughallazah (irrevocable divorce), was a form of Islamic divorce which has been used by Muslims in India, particularly followers of Hanafi Sunni Islamic schools of jurisprudence. It permits a Muslim man to legally divorce his wife by emitting the word talaq (the Arabic word for “divorce”)3 times orally, written or, recently in electronic form. The status …

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Health and working conditions code 2020

Introduction Labour falls under the Concurrent List of the Constitution.  Therefore, both Parliament and state legislatures can make laws regulating labour.   The central government has stated that there are over 100 state and 40 central laws regulating various aspects of labour such as resolution of industrial disputes, working conditions, social security and wages. The …

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Consumer Law

Consumer Law is the law which safeguards the buyers of the goods and services and the public against the unfair trade practices undertaking in the marketplace. The law is also for preventing any businesses from engaging in any kinds of frauds and unfair trade practices which will benefit them against their fellow competitors in the …

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Public interest litigation

“Public Interest Litigation” has been borrowed from the American Jurisprudence, where it was designed to provide legal assistance to unpresented groups like the poor, the racial minorities, unorganized consumers. PIL means litigation filed in a court of law, for the protection of “Public Interest” such as pollution, terrorism, constructional hazards etc. Any matter in which …

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