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  MASS MEDIA AND LAW- OISINI PODDAR AT LEXCLIQ The mass media law is a field of law that covers various telecommunications industries such as print media, movies, broadcasting and the Internet. In modern communication technology, the mass media has the ability to influence many people in many different ways. The laws governing these communications are complex and can have widespread implications. Many of the proceedings filed by media lawyers relate to piracy, defamation, censorship, and privacy. Many of the proceedings filed by media lawyers are related to piracy and censorship. Many of the proceedings filed by media lawyers involve piracy and censorship. Copyright is one of the main channels of mass media law to the telecommunications industry. Copyright applies to print, image, audio and digital media. Individuals and businesses own the copyright of creative communications and works, and media law often seeks to protect these rights. Copyright holders may seek legal assistance if th

Legal status

        LEGAL STATUS Legal status is the right of the person whether may be natural or legal having the rights as the person on its own. These legal statuses are available to not only major persons and companies it is also available for animals, children, dead persons, firms, corporation, HUF, and state. We are going to see about their legal status in this essay.  Legal status of animals:  In ancient criminal law, animals were regarded as the subject of legal duty and were punished for crimes. In modern days, animals are not personally punished for any wrong but under the principles of vicarious liability and strict liability, their masters are held liable. Animals have no rights and duties so there is no legal status for them. Though law prevents cruelty to animals, there is not corresponding legal right in the animals. An animal cannot also have proprietary rights, animals cannot own property and cannot be punished for committing a crime. Killing of animals for food purp

Hurt and Grievous hurt

  OFFENCES AGAINST THE HUMAN BODY  SUBMITTED BY: Srihari S. (20201BBAL0087) – 2 nd Semester BBA.LL.B SUBMITTED TO: Prof. Aravindan Anandan (SOL) SCHOOL OF LAW, PRESIDENCY UNIVERSITY BANGLORE KARNATAKA, INDIA May, 2021 Table of Contents Particular  Page No Abstract Page 3 Introduction  Page 4 Research questions Page 4 Objectives of study Page 4 Significances of study  Page 4 Scope of study Page 4 Research methodology Page 4 Research design  Page 4  Sources of data  Page 4 References Page 4 Section 1; Concept of Hurt Page 5, 6 & 7 Section 2; Punishment Page 8 ABSTRACT  This paper is framed in describing the hurt related to offences against human body. There are various sections explained in this research paper or also explained through illustrations for a more clarification of the section rather than dealing with sections. Hurt is the term which has wider aspect in itself. There are also different punishment for each sections related to hurt .There are so many sections that we can a


      PERSONS  Persons can be generally defined as the living human beings. They have their rights and duties. There are two kinds of persons in law. They are natural persons and artificial persons. We are going to see an brief account on this topic in this essay. Salmond defines a person as any being whom the law regards as capable of rights or duties. Gray defines a person as an entity to which rights and duties may be attributed. Any being which can hold any right or duty whether it is a human being or not is a person in law.  Kinds of persons:  Natural Persons:  A natural person is a living human being. All human beings do not necessarily possess legal personality. For example, slaves in ancient times, infants and lunatics in the present days.  Legal persons:  It is any entity or subject matter to which the law attributes legal personality. Generally legal personality is granted to all human beings living within the territory of the State. The law creates legal person

Adversarial and inquisitorial system of justice

  Adversarial and inquisitorial system of justice Both the adversarial and inquisitorial system of justice is practiced by the judicial bodies of diverse and varied nations, both these systems pertain to administer criminal justice during trial. Both these systems are successfully applied but we need to decide out on the suitable system for equipping justice under Indian circumstances.  An Inquisitorial system, preferably we normally characterise it as the  the police system, the probation system, alternate dispute resolution system all working  as a single machinery  on the  fundamental principles of law. An inquisitorial system of justice is one where the judiciary takes active charge of investigation and inquiry of the case it is dealing with. The judges here ask question to the plaintiff and defendant directly and there are rare chances for seeking appeal and re-trial as the judges themselves had investigated. The judge then makes a decision by measuring the evidences from his inve

challenges to formal justice system

  challenges to formal justice system  Judicial system  has the responsibility  of ensuring the welfare and protection of the citizens and is always dependent upon by the people for impartial justice and securing the citizens rights. However the Indian justice system, particularly the formal type namely- the Supreme Court, the High Courts, the District Courts and the  Subordinate Courts, in current times have been infamous for their delayed and sluggish delivery in justice.  Lets discuss a few barriers-  1. Exorbitant amount of pending cases : According to National Judicial Data Grid (NJDG), the five states which account for the highest pendency are Uttar Pradesh (61.58 lakh), Maharashtra (33.22 lakh), West Bengal (17.59 lakh), Bihar (16.58 lakh) and Gujarat (16.45 lakh). Harish V Nair, 3.3 crore backlog cases in courts, pendency figure at highest: There are records of many prisoners who have spent more than decade waiting for a verdict from their trial. In a country like India where