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Traditional asset classes are losing value: what can one do?

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Mukhtar Maheboobsaheb Wrote on 24 November 2018

In Police punchnama how many signatures are mandatory from punch



156(3) of CrPC - When police does not register FIR

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Arunesh Roy Wrote on 24 November 2018

Good article but very lengthy.



Police investigation: Its legal provisions

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Arunesh Roy Wrote on 24 November 2018

Very well written article. Thx



Your Lordship Shree Ayyappa Swamy!

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Subash M R Wrote on 24 November 2018

Your opinion has been acknowledged sir.



SC Allows Live-Streaming Of Public Proceedings In Larger Public Interest

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N.K.Assumi Wrote on 24 November 2018

Truly a novel idea. This will certainly eliminate many unhealthy practices of both the bench and the bar inside the court room, with all the chicanery devices and practises which are kept hidden from the public.



Liquidation process for Corporate Persons

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seshachary Wrote on 23 November 2018

Not "seize' but 'cease'



Your Lordship Shree Ayyappa Swamy!

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K Rajasekharan Wrote on 23 November 2018

Religious belief or faith is protected by the constitution, its practices as well. Sabarimala temple is built upon religious belief and faith of the devotees. It has been supported and promoted so far, not by the believers of superstitions, but by the state itself working under the constitution. The temple practice has got judicial sanctity when the High Court of Kerala issued a judgement in 1991 restricting women of productive age entering the temple. The order has not been challenged in the usual manner neither by the state nor the party which now challenged the issue in the Supreme Court. The court order thus becomes final as per the constitutional and judicial practice in the country. Then how the Supreme Court took up the issue in a writ and issued a new order without nullifying the 1991 order of the Kerala High Court? There are many other flaws also in the apex court order. The apex court order is a handiwork of the publicity seeking people both on the civil society and in the judiciary. The order created more problems that it solved in this case. One petition when the court solved enlivened more than 50 reviews right now. Something is wrong with the judicial pronouncements of the Supreme Court right now. No court can go against the will of the people based on which the laws including the constitution is made by the same people (We the people...), even though it is not the transient or ever changing public opinion of the mob is to be valued by the court. K Rajasekharan www.lawwatch.in



Appeal and Right to Appeal: A Basic Understanding

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Kanishk Wrote on 22 November 2018

Please give me the paragraphs and the respective numbers, of the judgments which you have referred as I am at my level not able to find the ratio mentioned in the judgement. And also the cases you have referred please give me the relevant information about right of appeal.



Bureaucratic atrocity and conspiracy to dilute the judicial system of our country

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S.JEEVAGAN, EX.JUDGE. Wrote on 22 November 2018

I have understood the issue raised by Mr. Anil Kr Garg and completely agreed with him. However, since this Article is only on bureaucratic atrocity and conspiracy, I have confined my article only to the atrocity and conspiracy of the bureaucrats to dilute the judicial system of our country. It doesn't mean that I have nothing to point out against the judges. I have written more about indifferent attitude of the judges towards injustice done to the common man in some other articles. I have even written that certain judges are deliberately creating causes of action for future litigation instead of discharging their duty of preventing the multiplicity of litigation.



How to seek bail in false 498A/406 IPC

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SREEMANNARAYANA MALLELA Wrote on 21 November 2018

thanking you


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