Setting Out of Office Replies in Outlook

Setting out of office reply in outlook. If your firm’s email is running via Microsoft Exchange Server, you can set up a separate outgoing out of office email to go

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Amendment of Pleadings | Order VI Rule 17 [CPC]: A Critical Analysis

Maitreyi Choalla, a student of Gujarat National Law University explains the nuances of Amendment of Pleadings under Order VI, Rule 17 of Civil Procedure Code, 1908 bstract In most cases,

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Call for Chapters in the domain of Sports Law and United Nations

>A Group of Sports Law Enthusiast, Professors and Professional namingly Prof. Subhrajit Chanda, Asst Lecturer, Jindal Global Law School, Prof. Tarun Singh, Asst Professor from GNLU, Prof. Nishant Sheokand, Asst

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Repeated cases and complaints against spouse can amount to “cruelty”- SC

The Apex Court, while hearing a review petition, observed that in case repeated cases and complaints are being filed against a spouse, the same can amount to “cruelty” for the

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False promise of re-employment does not come within the ambit of “free consent” for sexual act- MP HC

The Madhya Pradesh High Court, while refusing to quash the FIR, held that acquiring consent of prosecutrix for sexual act, under the garb of false promise of re-employment, does not

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Madras HC reprimanded usage of public funds in displaying photos of CMs on school textbooks and bags

The Madras High Court, while hearing a Public Interest Litigation, condemned the act of printing photographs of Chief Ministers and other public authorities, for their personal interest, on the school-going

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SC stays the proceedings challenging the EWS quota initiated before Kerala HC

The Apex Court, while issuing a notice in a plea filed by Central Government, stayed the proceedings under a petition which had been filed before the Kerala High Court to

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The Industrial Relations Code, 2020

Introduction The Industrial Relations Code, 2020 is one of four Labour Codes included in the Central Government’s largest reform scheme in decades. It incorporates three major Central laws pertaining to

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Mother-in-law of a deceased a legal representative in a claim petition filed u/MV Act- SC

The Apex Court, while allowing an appeal, gave a wide interpretation to Section 166 of Motor Vehicle Act and made an observation that a “dependent” mother-in-law of a deceased can

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Indiscriminate spying on individuals not allowed unless statute provides so- SC on Pegasus Snooping case

The Supreme Court gave its order on the Pegasus Snooping case by stating that the petition raised an “Orwellian concern” about the alleged possibility of misusing the 21st century technology

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