The Russian judicial system

  AEJAZ AHMED    16 December 2008 at 20:27

The Russian judicial system The Russian judicial system consists of the Constitutional Court, the courts of general jurisdiction, and the state arbitrazh (commercial) courts. The Constitutional Court generally resolves issues relating to the complian

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The Real Killers Of Amit Budhiraja & Rinku.

  ROHAN    15 December 2008 at 18:40

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Men Need To Be Liberated!

  ROHAN    15 December 2008 at 18:40

A recent T.V. show named "Dadagiri", on "Bindass" has the hostess [Goddess Esha] who orders two young male contestants,"Let me see if you guys can actually do this. Apne naank mere joothe pe rakho. Come on, I don't have an en

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The Sale, Lease, and Distribution of Goods

  AEJAZ AHMED    15 December 2008 at 18:33

The Sale, Lease, and Distribution of GoodsContracts for the sale, lease, and/or distribution of goods are primarily governed by state law. Specifically, most states have adopted the Uniform Commercial Code (UCC) with regard to these topics. An attorn

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Patent Litigation

  AEJAZ AHMED    15 December 2008 at 18:33

PATENT LITIGATION Many businesses believe that receiving a patent offers complete protection against infringement. However, when a patent is threatened, patent holders must take more drastic measures to protect their interests. Paten

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Domain Names and Trademark Law

  AEJAZ AHMED    15 December 2008 at 18:33

In theory, choosing a domain name is simple. If it is memorable, pronounceable, short, clever, easily spelled and suggests the nature of the commerce on your website, you've got yourself a winner

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Overall view of Corporate laws

  Prakash Yedhula    14 December 2008 at 23:53

Overall view of Corporate laws:In India, laws governing Companies are mainly to be found in the Companies Act, 1956. Voluminous and containing 658 Sections, 15 Schedules and several Rules, the Companies Act, 1956 is modeled on the English Companies

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India Criminal laws and procedures – overviewThe criminal justice system descends from the British model. The judiciary and the bar are independent although efforts have been made by some politicians to undermine the autonomy of the judiciary

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Men Are Oppressed Too!

  ROHAN    14 December 2008 at 23:28

The oppression of men is an extremely complex phenomenon to understand. It has always been hidden, disguised, indirect, innumerous, severe, carefully conspired and going on for thousands of years. Above all, it's carefully and forcibly unacknowledged

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Do you know about CRISP?

  ROHAN    14 December 2008 at 23:28

CRISP stands for "CHILDREN’S RIGHTS INITIATIVE FOR SHARED PARENTING." The concept was envisaged on account of the biased, one-sided laws in the society which treats a father as a CRIMINAL and a HOOLIGAN who is a misfit when it comes t

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Married woman can live with her lover?

  ROHAN    14 December 2008 at 23:28

The Indian society seems to have committed a compete U-turn with regard to its core values associated with the institution of marriage and man-woman relationship. Marriage seems to be no longer a sacred institution nor is it sacred to live with one's

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Homosexuality in India (Legal Analysis)

  Prakash Yedhula    14 December 2008 at 23:28

Homosexuality in India (Legal Analysis) It takes great courage to say, I am a homosexual. It needs even greater humbleness to put up with the statement: What did you say? You are a homosexual. The complexity of the homosexual behavior generates an o

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Homosexuality in India (Legal Analysis)

  Prakash Yedhula    14 December 2008 at 13:09

Homosexuality in India (Legal Analysis)Swanroyali_k It takes great courage to say, I am a homosexual. It needs even greater humbleness to put up with the statement: What did you say? You are a homosexual. The complexity of the homosexual behavior gen

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Article 226 and Bail Petitions

  Prakash Yedhula    14 December 2008 at 12:07

Article 226 and Bail PetitionsIntroduction: The right of speedy trail includes the right to get bail application decided on same day because to live a life with human dignity is fundamental right of every citizen in pursuit of happiness and excellenc

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Maintenance and its various theories

  Prakash Yedhula    14 December 2008 at 12:03

Maintenance and its various theoriesBy Prakash Pillai A matrimonial lawyer is often flooded with lots of questions by the clients. The most common query being, the quantum of maintenance after a divorce. This particular question is often the cause of

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Procedure for Criminal Trial

  Prakash Yedhula    14 December 2008 at 11:58

Procedure for Criminal TrialBy Prakash Pillai It is believed that the Court procedure in India is very long and takes lot of your time. However, it is not so. Infact the procedure of trial is very short. The manpower which is required to speed up tri

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Domestic Violence claims 1,56,000 husbands

  ROHAN    14 December 2008 at 11:46

In the last eleven years (1996 - 2007) 156000 husbands have been claimed by rampant domestic violence against them. In a shocking revelation of suicide statistics for the year 2007 reveals that almost double the number of married men have committed s

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Alimony, the Trojan Horse of matrimony!

  ROHAN    14 December 2008 at 11:46

Irony defining life it seems has become a norm in today’s times. And it does not seem to spare the most controversial social institution, working as first step towards familial life, aka the INDIAN MARRIAGE. The irony here is that what starts a

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Domestic violence against men

  ROHAN    14 December 2008 at 11:46

A lot has been said and done about violence against women at the hands of their in-laws and society, however, men are also victims of intense domestic violence! But sadly, the same men fail to acknowledge the need to do something about this...ASSUMPT

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SECTION 498A AND THE RIGHT TO LIFE AND LIBERTY

  ROHAN    14 December 2008 at 11:11

Section 498A was introduced in 1983 to protect women from cruelty and harassment by her in-laws. Nevertheless it has undeniably morphed into an extortion racket which is only growing by the day. 3,90,397 persons (of which 87,830(22.5%) were women the

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