M.L.Joseph

Articles by M.L.Joseph


06 May 2019 at 12:05

The need for legislation w.r.t complaints of sexual harassment against CJI, PM and the President

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A SPECIAL LEGISLATION TO DEAL WITH COMPLAINTS OF SEXUAL HARASSMENT OF WOMEN AT WORKPLACE WITH REFERENCE TO THE THREE CONSTITUTIONAL OFFICES OF THE CJI, PMO AND THE RASHTRAPATHI BHAVAN?

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27 October 2018 at 16:56

The Apex Court verdict on Sabarimala temple - Whether a conflict of religion with law or a conflict of law with law?

  POSTED BY M.L.Joseph

I. Religion and law: The Constitution of India has guaranteed the freedom to every citizen to practise any religion of his or her choice also protected are the essential

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08 August 2017 at 12:56

Principles of bail, criminal trial and trial by media - An insight

  POSTED BY M.L.Joseph

CONSIDERATION OF BAIL Denial of bail is an exception and the grant of bail is the rule. Liberty of an individual, accused of a crime is restricted in its view to the extent of possibility of hampering the investigation, influencing the witnesses and

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07 January 2017 at 11:08

Bengaluru Mass Molestation of Women and an insight into Safety of women, moral policing and the laws of India

  POSTED BY M.L.Joseph

The article highlights the recent Women Molestation Incident happened in Bangalore.

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11 July 2016 at 10:21

Court boycott call by advocates – Causes, repercussions and the way forward

  POSTED BY M.L.Joseph

1. An advocate is the only person who is expected to speak for the voiceless. To speak without fear is the prime and supreme quality required for any advocate to derive the fruits of justice for his clients who are victims of injustice from their op

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31 August 2015 at 10:46

Conflicts of Religion with Law(Santhara Issue)

  POSTED BY M.L.Joseph

CONFLICTS OF RELIGION WITH LAW �Santhara� � Conflicts between Religious choice of a Jain and Prescription of law through judgments in the absence of Statutes. RELIGION

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