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Corporation Criminal Liability – An Indian Perspective

Criminal Liability of Corporation: An Indian Perspective Manjeet Kumar Sahu Abstract Current Supreme Court™s decision have made the stand apparently clear in India that the Corporation can be prosecuted as a separate legal entity even in the offences where the punishment is imprisonment. This Article explains the present status of India on Corporate Criminal Liability… Read More

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Right to Strike as a Fundamental Right

INTRODUCTION Trade Unions with sufficient membership strength are able to bargain more effectively ¦ The bargaining strength would be considerably reduced if it is not permitted to demonstrate by adopting agitational methods such as ¦ 'sit-down strike', and 'strike'. This has been recognized by almost all democratic countries. As the statement of the Indian Supreme… Read More

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