BAPOO M. MALCOLM

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05 January 2015 at 11:01

Know the Doctrine of Clean Hands

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This legal maxim demands that a litigant must not wilfully mislead the courts and justice �In its order, the apex commission also said that �it is well settled that if any litigant approaches any judicial fora by making false assertion

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29 December 2014 at 11:16

Shut Up, Or Put Up

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What are some valid grounds of complaint against your neighbour? Remember Playboy? The one with the hedonism mantra and the centre-spreads? Well, it carried articles on some other topics too. Here�s one: A very devoted missionary goes into de

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24 December 2014 at 13:33

Putting Doctors to the Test

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Even the Court has expressed concern about doctors performing too many tests on patients This time, we put doctors, instead of lawyers, under the lens. And we have the tacit backing of the court. As this is being typed, the author is recovering

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15 December 2014 at 11:10

Interactivity was alive and well in the 1940's

  POSTED BY BAPOO M. MALCOLM

As a child of 10, memories of American magazines comprise of LIFE,LOOK and The Saturday Evening Post. Cannot remember how the POST reached home; maybe Mom, a member of the Petit library, brought them. The issues would invariably be at least three mo

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08 December 2014 at 12:00

Train accidents

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This morning�s newspaper carried a story about a railway accident in which a woman lost her legs while trying to board a local train. Whenever Moneylifers read a story such as this, they are reminded of Samir Zaveri, Mumbai�s HERO. A man

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05 December 2014 at 11:38

The drug dealer and his lawyers

  POSTED BY BAPOO M. MALCOLM

CATCH THE REAL CROOK It was a sad occasion. At a seminar, when the audience was asked if it thought whether lawyers were honest, not one hand was raised. That prompts us to bring you a heart-warming story, of not only lawyerly Good Samatarianism b

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04 December 2014 at 11:00

Halt! Who goes there, friend or foe?

  POSTED BY BAPOO M. MALCOLM

Untitled 1 A friend from Germany sent the following news item, and it is produced verbatim: �From WTTC News in Dallas, we get this heartwarming tale of a long-time criminal, 33, named DeyfonPipkins, who tried to climb in a window of a home

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03 December 2014 at 11:27

What schools can and must do to protect our children

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A BOY BREATHES HIS LAST - literally Those readers who have suffered from asthma will empathise with this 10-year old boy, more than others will. Having been a victim for over 40 years, this writer knows all too the torture and anguish the malady b

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02 December 2014 at 15:10

Dead Man Walking (With apologies to Sean Penn)

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Some months back, Judge Allen Davis, presiding in a court in Ohio (USA), told the man seated in front of him, “No, you are still deceased.” Donald Eugene Miller Jr, was in court wanting to be told that he was alive. According to the judg

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01 December 2014 at 12:02

The Good, the Bad and the Wanting To Be Beautiful

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Crooks clog the courts, denying the honest the time to have matters heard Friday afternoon. It was getting late in the Thane district court. The next day was a holiday. The opposing advocate had not turned up. We asked the judge to consider our si

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