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deepak bolar

deepak bolar

Wrote on 24 March 2019  

what does law of limitations hold



dr g balakrishnan

dr g balakrishnan

Wrote on 13 March 2019  

Political power is always misused by every political party - Fact is Modi is not like Mahatma gandhi in speaking truth; Gandhi''s family were PMs in Kathiawar for Thakore, Gandhi or his father or his grand father never spoke lies, but this Modi every occasion speaks lies,like in jobs, economy development, corruption , terrorism.. what not do you want to say he is man of integrity - if a real man of truth, ought to be a man of care if not none would respect, see MK Gandhi though he was not a PM yet he is respected all over the world, this modi is not, once he vacates as PM. power based respect is not everlasting.. if character lost you lost everything.



dr g balakrishnan

dr g balakrishnan

Wrote on 13 March 2019  

i am sure delhi HC decision would be questioned in the SC, Sarohi then need to write some new essay,



dr g balakrishnan

dr g balakrishnan

Wrote on 13 March 2019  

No law is sacrosanct. so we have the species called advocates to fight issues.



dr g balakrishnan

dr g balakrishnan

Wrote on 13 March 2019  

Obvious, now if we go by existing laws court may be right, but where is the guarantee those laws can survive? that is why laws are only very dynamic in changes as is interpreted by the law makers who assume supremacy once elected.where is rule of law? so very rule of law is itself is some transitory perception. see in the assistant lecturer ms. Nirmala devi 's of Madurai university she was found guilty by Madras high court, but fact remains, today perceptions since 1960s, personal asset is your private parts, that way they are your property, you have no right to decide on, but it seems some law maker as elected representative decides. In 1960s i know a case when my co-student a research scholar went to US for further studies, the professor asked her sex favor for giving her some grades as pro qua, she rejected he rejected to give higher grades, she opted her way, if that is right, why the girls who were suggested by the asst professor to get grades, they can grant sex favor to the board members is a suggestion, that suggestion the girls still can reject, why they penalized ms Nirmala devi is indeed a question that question the court could have posed, so morals story is wide open to question very law and Acts of the law makers.



dr g balakrishnan

dr g balakrishnan

Wrote on 13 March 2019  

Fact is Law is by reasoning and logic. You break very Constitution though constitution is a magna carta like contractual agreement, but the so called law makers cause breach of agreement, then you say my right, so one needs to know no knowledge is certain. During divine law King made laws and maintained consistency but today as a democracy every five years you come and become so called law makers, then you throw previous laws by one way or other, if so how the court can rule, It cannot. During Mahatma Gandhi time people were more prone to truth and they respected and that was the integrity. Today you lie for every thing. And you say you are integrated person like Modi . You say he is so truth and integrity principle has undergone definitional changes. By this either Gandhi or Modi shall be integrated. if you accept Gandhi then Modi fails ; or if you accept Modi is great Gandhi is a lier, That way democracy is a crazy concept. what reasoning we talk about we need to understand, Prospective ruling cannot apply on constitutional amendments for prospective ruling is just civil law in nature, so In Golaknath Subba Rao fails,



dr g balakrishnan

dr g balakrishnan

Wrote on 13 March 2019  

My view, if congress comes back to power it might change the laws, like BJP did when it removed planning commission by so called Niti Ayog why can't Niti Ayog removed in favor of planning commission, so laws are fluid dynamics. so law makers used constitutional amendments..author How we misuse our energy available on Amazon.com that discusses a case of prospective over ruling wrongly used by CJI K Subba rao in golak nath v st of unjab.


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