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Information Technology deals with information system, data storage, access, retrieval, analysis and intelligent decision making. It refers to the creation, gathering, processing, storage, presentation and dissemination of information and also the processes and devices that enable all this to be done. The misuse of the technology has created the need for the enactment and implementation of Cyber Laws. Today, computers play a major role in almost every crime tha
A Handbook on Law of Insurance is an essential reading and will provide with a thorough understanding of all the main areas including motor, property, financial, health and marine insurance. The book contains the latest case law and the best practice with reference to the problem areas including fraudulent claims, third-party rights against insurers and construing insurance terms. Comprehensive guidance on all the key areas, from the duty of the utmost good fa
Criminal Procedure Law is a part of law which is, as a rule, progressively created to control misuse or abuse of force and to do equity. The object of the code is to guarantee a full and reasonable preliminary as per the Principles of Natural Justice. The Rule of Law, which runs like a brilliant soul of our Constitution, necessitates that each individual of the State should act in light of a legitimate concern for other, in light of the fact that we are living
This book thoroughly details case-law pertaining to the Indian Constitution, past and present, and explains the various aspects of the structure and history of our constitution. The language of the book is clear and concise, the subject index good and the structure of the book logical.
The author has taken pains to give, at the outset, the text or summary of relevant 'Articles' of each topic and then to explain the implications thereof with reference to
In this work, Upasana Borah examines the political, social and religious factors that have determined the position of women in society. The author, recognising these issues, argues for equality, empowerment and emancipation of women, both in the public and private spheres.
The author has critically examined and discussed in the work the following issues, among others:
1. Women’s rights under the Constitution—mainly equality, dignity and