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How to file an income tax file return if you are an individual taxpayer.

How to file an income tax file return if you are an individual taxpayer.

Introduction Tax is something that is mandatory to pay to the Government. But if your total annual income doesn’t exceed certain threshold amounts, then you do not need to file an income tax return. However, depending on your filing status and the type of income that you make, it may be necessary to file a …

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What happens if you get caught downloading movies illegally (1)

What happens if you get caught downloading movies illegally?

In this article you’ll learn about the consequences of downloading pirated movies online in India and in the United States. The answer to the question is in affirmative. Of course, if you’re downloading pirated movies or music or for that matter any ‘property’ without the permission of the original author you are embarking on his …

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Public Servants Safety Laws and Attacks Against them

Public Servants Safety Laws and Attacks Against them

This article is co-authored by Priyanka Chauhan Article 21 guarantees the protection of life and personal liberty to every individual and states that “No person shall be deprived of his life and personal liberty except according to the procedure established by law.” The people who ensure our safety, are they safe? Let’s figure it out… Who is a Public Servant? …

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Substantive Law and Procedural Law: the Difference?

“Substantive Law” and “Law of Procedure”: the Difference?

In this article, we will discuss the meaning of Substantive Law and law of procedure. We will look for similarities and also figure out where they overlap or are difficult to distinguish. Law has to play an important role in the administration of justice. It has a dual role to play in the attainment of …

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Can hospitals hold patients “hostage” over unpaid bills?

Can hospitals hold patients “hostage” over unpaid bills?

This article is co-authored by Advocate Keral Mehta Healthcare institutions/ hospitals often hold patients “hostage” long after they should be medically discharged, using armed guards, locked doors, and even chains to extract money for unpaid bills. Even death does not guarantee release because even morgues hold dead bodies for unpaid hospital bills. Most recently, a …

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