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08 September 2017 at 10:42

Euthanasia: Aruna Shanbaug revisted

  POSTED BY Anindya Majumdar

Euthanasia is known by many names across the globe: mercy-killing, assisted suicide, physician assisted suicide. A widely debated and even more widely mis-understood concept, it has divided opinions in both the medical and the legal fraternity. India

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07 September 2017 at 11:35

Triple Talaq in India

  POSTED BY JasRaj Rajawat

INTRODUCTIONTriple Talaq (also known as Talaq-e-Mughallazah � Irrevocable divorce[1]) is a form of divorce that

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07 September 2017 at 11:35

The Collegium system: Pros and Cons

  POSTED BY anushkasachdev

OverviewArticle 124 of the Constitution of India deals with judicial appointments. It lays down that the appointment of Supreme Court judges should be conducted by the President after consultation with judges of the High Courts and the Supreme Court

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29 August 2017 at 12:59

Why do you trash the Constitution of India?

  POSTED BY dr g balakrishnan


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24 August 2017 at 11:23

Supreme decision On Irrevocable Talaq

  POSTED BY sonali sharma

The Real Ideology: According to Amir Ali, the reforms of Prophet Mohammad marked a new departure in the history of eastern legislation. The prophet of Islam is reported to have said �With Allah, the most detestable of all things permitted is di

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08 August 2017 at 12:56

Right to Privacy: What you need to know?

  POSTED BY Raveena Kataria

A human being is born free, subject to the restraints and constraints placed upon him or her by the state in which he or she is born. Thus every human being has some basic privileges- to wander around, to speak, to have their secrets kept; that&rsquo

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24 July 2017 at 12:16

May it displease your honour !!

  POSTED BY mahendra limaye

In case of Shreya Singhal Supreme Court struck down section 66A of Information Technology Act. The author has analyzed the said judgment and put forward his own views about the judgment. The author dissents with the judgment by Hon. Supreme Court and

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24 July 2017 at 12:15

A Constitution is not the act of the government, but people constituting the Government

  POSTED BY dr g balakrishnan

A Constitution is not the act of the government, but people constituting the Government, a government 'without a Constitution' is a power without Right

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12 July 2017 at 13:47

On importance of Interdependence

  POSTED BY dr g balakrishnan

What seeker seeks? One of the 'signs' of passing youth is the 'birth of a sense of fellowship', with other human beings, as we take, our place 'among them'. -Virginia Woolf

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05 July 2017 at 11:16

Note on Family Constitution

  POSTED BY varsha

Definition of Family Constitution. A Family Constitution is a system of joint decision-making, most often by a board of directors and a family council, which helps the owner family govern i

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30 June 2017 at 11:22

Media, Privacy and Law

  POSTED BY Navin Kumar Jaggi

Miguel De Cervantes had aptly quoted-�He that publishes a book runs a very great hazard, since nothing can be more impossible than to compose one that may secure that approbation of every reader.� With the divine dev

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21 June 2017 at 16:16

Prospective over ruling - A critique

  POSTED BY dr g balakrishnan

�Prospective over ruling Doctrine�Several times is a misplaced concept, why? A critical study on Indian honorable Supreme Court Judgements -ByDr. Guru Balakrishnan, An Emeritus professor , Free Lance Journalist and Advocate ,at Bombay Hi

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21 June 2017 at 16:16

How Judiciary misused Judicial restraint in controlling the parliament?

  POSTED BY dr g balakrishnan

How Indians 'screwed up' the Constitution of India? -A perception study on the 'Constitution of India'

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20 June 2017 at 16:04

Right to Privacy: Does it really exist?

  POSTED BY Anindya Majumdar

The age-old debate on privacy has raged on for centuries, during which time it caught the fancy of filmmakers, novelists, conspiracy theorists, and who not, but never has it been carved into the touchstone of legislation. The kind of legislation that

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13 June 2017 at 13:13

The Issue of Defending a Client known to be Guilty

  POSTED BY K Rajasekharan

Criminal defence advocates, defending the accused persons who have been considered by the people to be guilty in heinous crimes, are at the receiving end many a time. The public at large, a section of lawyers and even some Bar Councils have a view th

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13 June 2017 at 13:13

"The Case of Where Is the Law" Hats Off-Hats On-Hats Off

  POSTED BY N.K.Assumi

William Penn and William Mead were tried for misdemeanour on Thutsday 1 September 1670,. The Clerk read out the indictment and said: What say you, William Penn and William Mead.Reco

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09 June 2017 at 11:21

What kind of President India needs?

  POSTED BY dr g balakrishnan

�My View of Strong President of India where from you can get and if I answer the following questions, you may get views of Septogenarians overall perspective on President of India � Dr. Guru Balakrishnan, PhD ML( a free lance journalist,

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06 June 2017 at 11:19

Critical analysis of Power of High Court over Judicial Officers

  POSTED BY N.K.Assumi

Critical analysis of Power of High Court over Judicial Officers in the Context of Nagaland judiciary. (N.K.Assumi, Advocate) �There is a Higher Court, than Court of Justice and that is the Court of Conscience, it supersedes all other Courts&rdq

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05 June 2017 at 13:25

Justice Karnan Episode Foregrounds the Need for Holistic Judicial Reforms

  POSTED BY K Rajasekharan

Leaving aside the flamboyant drama surrounding the issue what Justice Karnan episode foregrounds is the urgent need to save Indian judiciary from its multiple organ failure through a set of holistic and integrated judicial reforms.The need to set up

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05 May 2017 at 12:04

Don't take for granted Part III of the Constititution of India

  POSTED BY dr g balakrishnan

�Life of Man itself is uncertain so every modification cannot help him, but he has to follow one settled principle that way came the purpose of Nation Building on a firm foundation - that foundation is the very Constitution of a Country - Never

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