SUPREME COURT ILLUSTRATIONS

  K.C.Suresh    15 August 2008 at 15:48

SUPREME COURT ILLUSTRATIONS IN ABETMENT OF DISPROPORTIONATE ASSET CASES IN PC ACT, 1988. S. 12 of the Act lays down that whoever abets any offence punishable under S. 7 or S. 11 of the Act whether or not that offence is committed in consequence of t

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ABORTION LAW DEBATE

  Prakash Yedhula    14 August 2008 at 11:47

Whilegenerating a lot of sympathy for the petitioning couple, the decisionof the Bombay High Court to disallow Niketa and Haresh Mehta to aborttheir 25-week unborn child has sparked off a near unanimous demand forreviewing the 37-year old Medical Ter

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We all know the role of the lawyer varies significantly across legal jurisdictions......Though sometimes, we get confused in determining the historical difference between these similar professions...........But is it not required to know the exact me

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ZERO TOLERENCE

  K.C.Suresh    12 August 2008 at 10:58

ZERO TOLERENCEZero tolerance means “a form of policing that allows no crime or anti-social behaviour to be overlooked,” or the policy or practice of not tolerating undesirable behavior, such as violence or illegal drug use, especially in the automat

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THERE is hardly a day when the SEZ Scheme is not there on the front page of most newspapers. Apart from various sticky aspects, revenue loss theory continues to carry a lot of weight even after many Studies being reported by the media. The indirect t

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India has some40 to 80 million persons with disability. But low literacy, few jobsand widespread social stigma are making disabled people among the mostexcluded in India. Children with disabilites are less likely to be inschool, disabled adults are m

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Even Government of India has declared International year of DisabledPersons, disability friendly is our expected motto, but we are not ableto see these expected motto in and around the society. However in someeducated zones like banking sector we fou

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PRESUMPTION IN THE PREVENTION OF CORRUPTION ACT, 1988The cardinal principle of criminal law is that the accused is presumed to be innocent until proved guilty beyond all reasonable doubt. That is to say shifting burden of proof to accused’s shoulders

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what to do for country

  aruntrivedi    10 August 2008 at 10:40

Recently when the discussion was on at Country's Lok Sabha on No Trust Motion at some place where intelectuals were sitting and viewing the LS discussions and listening to speeches given by various leaders/orators. While discussing various issues the

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Lease Aggrement

  vidya Devaraj    08 August 2008 at 21:29

Need a format of Lease Agreement for a house.

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Introduction“Power tends to corrupt, and absolute power corrupts absolutely.”It is not easy to define corruption. But in a narrow sense, corruption is mostly concerned with ‘bribery’ and it takes several forms. Corruption is a global phenomenon and i

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EUTHANASIA - FOR LIFE UNWORTHY OF LIFE

  K.C.Suresh    08 August 2008 at 13:56

“EUTHANASIA” FOR LIFE UNWORTHY OF LIFEMahatma Gandhiji once observed: "Death is our friend, the trust of friends. He delivers us from agony. I do not want to die of a creeping paralysis of my faculties-- a defeated man". The dead is relieved of the

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-Corrupt government and no order-No fairness i mean we see here rich people having all the money and treated like kings and queens and near them there are poor people with nothing to eat.-No education -Wars-No medication and hospitals-People believi

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The Constitution breaks the governmental power between the President, Congress, the courts and the states. Even if they succeed at doing that, the people can vote the President and Congress out next time around, so destructive cohesion rarely lasts b

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“Terrorism has become the systematic weapon of a war that knows no borders or seldom has a face.”-Jacques Chirac Can we ever think of a society free of violence? Can the government ensure a peaceful society? What are the goals that the perpetrators

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IS COMPUTER-GENERATED CHILD PORNOGRAPHY A VICTIMLESS CRIME ? A worldwide dimension of the this crimeWith the growth of computer technology, society is being asked to deal with issues that are profoundly changing the ways that we live and think. Techn

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Abortion - Is the fOetus a human being with a fundamental right to life ?In a landmark judgment, Bombay High Court on 4th of August 2008 refused to grant permission for termination of pregnancy beyond 20 weeks after rejecting a petition filed by a c

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LEGAL SABOTAGE IN INDIA

  K.C.Suresh    05 August 2008 at 17:46

LEGAL SABOTAGE IN INDIAIntroductionPrevious to 1882 there was no uniform law of criminal procedure for the whole of India. Provinces and presidency towns were guided by their own procedures. It was Criminal Procedure Code of 1882 (Act X of 1882) (her

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Facets of the Judicial Process

  shail    05 August 2008 at 17:46

FACETS OF THE JUDICIAL PROCESSABSTRACTIt has been since from the independence of the country that the judicial organizations have been playing a very vital role in the development of the country and ha

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MIS-USING DOWRY LAWS

  K.C.Suresh    04 August 2008 at 14:49

MIS-USING DOWRY LAWS The practice of giving a "dowry" or a gift to a woman at marriage is said to have its origins in the system of "streedhan" (women's share of parental wealth given to her at the time

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