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Your Lordship Shree Ayyappa Swamy!

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A. A. JOSE Wrote on 15 November 2018

Whether it is custom or tradition, the law settled by the Hon'ble Supreme Court of India can be said to be the law of the land.



Landmark Kerala HC judgement ensures Bar Council ID is now a valid ID proof in Railways

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A. A. JOSE Wrote on 15 November 2018

This is indeed laudable.



How to seek Bail in False Rape Cases

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A. A. JOSE Wrote on 15 November 2018

Most of our laws are partial and one-sided in favour of the women and perhaps even in case of false accusations of rape, one has to suffer irreparable loss untill the judiciary finally acquits one.



Current Trends in Law: Absence of Charge

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A. A. JOSE Wrote on 15 November 2018

Settled position has been reiterated.



How to seek Bail in False Rape Cases

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TGK REDDI Wrote on 15 November 2018

Excellent Article by Shri Kapil Chandna. The views of the Supreme Court are highly appreciable and are outstanding.



Your Lordship Shree Ayyappa Swamy!

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dr g balakrishnan Wrote on 15 November 2018

Basava came with a belief being a brahmin there is no caste, so 'lingayats' brahmin girls were forced to marry cobbler youth, though brahmin girls held opposite belief, vegetarian brahmin girls could not stand non vegetarian food, when that was forced obvious King got annoyed then trampled such persons, rational approach how to see how one can accept such food, when not cobbler boys need to accommodate the girls to follow their own food habits then it might work , fact is there is no caste at all there. But when so, how caste reservations came just some belief,that particular caste people were believed to have been exploited, if true it was like brahmin vegetarian girls were irrationally forced tom eat non vegetarian food, just because the belief of lingayat as a caste,i know a lingayat girl wanted tommarry a brahmin boy her parents particularly her father warned her he would not hesitate to kill her, obvious irrational thought, it is like some Ayyappa followers are forced by so called believers who never wanted the women 10-50 should not enter the temple ,that means if you have power you force anything into the throat of the others is absolute anarchy.



Your Lordship Shree Ayyappa Swamy!

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dr g balakrishnan Wrote on 15 November 2018

My book carries 52 essays based on the beliefs of the players means 52 different ways we play i just showed in 52 ways.. belief works with limitations too. Limitation is a tool and a tooling too.



Your Lordship Shree Ayyappa Swamy!

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dr g balakrishnan Wrote on 15 November 2018

If belief is to rule over rationalism,such belief need to be discorded if not you pro,mote unnecessary terror .That need to be avoided is rational thought, that is what my book How we misinterpret our energy ,



Your Lordship Shree Ayyappa Swamy!

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dr g balakrishnan Wrote on 15 November 2018

Even Custom or religion is man made only. Every thing is depended upon some belief or the other. Modi had the belief Muslim affected hinduism is just a belief based so too Muslim's had belief, so belief v/s belief is the fact of life. See Mr . Trump thinks that is his belief based perception, all immigrants cannot be permitted, when in South America the native indians thought immigrants were needed to grow food in good quantities, so they allowed immigrants even provided free food, free shelter, free clothing to any migrants from any where why many were requested to come, there was no cash (cash is also some belief idea ) as such, every thing is belief based, by taking drugs if you can postpone menses you did and then you do pujas that is also some belief, when so, the sabharimala temple can say if you come to the temple use drugs so that menses is postponed and you can do pooja, as the criterion is just pooja, when people use methods to visit other temples, here too that idea could be followed, after all every custom is just belief based asreligions are too belief based, what prevent you from following the constitutional dispensation?



Principles of Constitutional Interpretation

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HemantaSaikia Wrote on 15 November 2018

nice Kirti


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