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Legal Service India is the premier and leading Indian Legal portal focused on law and government.

It provides access to an extensive and fast-growing online library of free legal resources for use by legal professionals, students, consumers and businesses. Our mission is to provide a comprehensive and easy-to-understand legal information to users and make such information easy to find on the Internet. Visitors to Legal Service India.com will find a wide range of features that include lawyers directory, Discussion forum, legal advice, codes and cases, Web search utilities, mailing lists, Articles and more. Legal Service India was started in 2000 by Spread eagles productions (Pune, Maharashtra) and now our company is located in Greater Noida.

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Sunday, December 07, 2014

Right to Know-Constitutional Prospective

Right to Know-Constitutional Prospective

India is world’s biggest democratic country. It is requisite for a democratic society that people have access to information held by public authority. Democracy means government of the people, for the people and by the people. In this type of government, people have chosen the representatives to govern the country. But the common people did not have any right to know about the public policies and expeditors until people have right to know under the umbrella article-21 i.e. right to life and personal liberty. But in a limited sense. It neither bind to public authorities and nor prescribe any punishment for not providing any information to the common people. For a genuine democracy it is essential that accessibility of information at all level for a common people without doing any discrimination our constitution provides us the freedom to speech and expression under article 19(1)(a) . To fulfill the requirement of right to know and right to obtain information from public authorities Right to Information Act, 2005 was enacted. By using this right it is possible to insure good governance and get our rights.

Sunday, November 30, 2014

Consumer Protection Law In India

Consumer Protection Law In India

 According to McMillan Dictionary (1985) “Consumerism is concerned with protecting consumers from all organizations with which there is exchanged relationship. It encompasses the set of activities of government, business, independent organizations and concerned consumers that are designed to protect the rights of consumers”. In the good olden days the principle of ‘Caveat emptor’, which meant buyer beware governed the relationship between seller and the buyer.

Moral Education necessary part of the Education

Moral Education necessary part of the Education