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Types of Computer Data Theft ..By Prashant Mali

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Adinath@Avinash Patil Wrote on 30 September 2009

Thank Prashant Mali, Good Artcle It helps for all.



Cyber criminal arrested through digital footprint

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Sivadas Chettur Wrote on 29 September 2009

Thank you for the nice article on cyber crime. sivadas chettur



Judgements

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Adinath@Avinash Patil Wrote on 29 September 2009

Best artical the caes law in brin mapping tests are very usefull for every advocates



AMENDMENT OF Cr.P.C ENABLING RESTORATION-233RDLAW COMMISSION

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Adinath@Avinash Patil Wrote on 29 September 2009

Propsed ammendment will helps for complaints under negotiable instrument Act u/s 138, And other private complaint in I.P.C. and various other criminal matters.



LATEST SUPREME COURT JUDGEMENTS

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PJANARDHANA REDDY Wrote on 28 September 2009

WHY DO NOT U SEGREGATE TEXT WISE AND POST WITH CITATION, GREAT.... GOOD WORK...KEEP IT UP



Human Rights & India : A chronic political nervousness...

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N.K.Assumi Wrote on 21 September 2009

Signing International Convention is not sufficient, but the same has to be complied with by all Nations, otherwise the Conventions will remain like a Directive State Policy in India Constitution.



India’s Economic Transformation

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Anil Agrawal Wrote on 20 September 2009

The transformation is taking place at the microscopic level.



Discrimination by MTNL

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DD Sathe Wrote on 18 September 2009

I don't think it is wrong to have different rates at different places. However you can take up with TRAI.



Human Rights & India : A chronic political nervousness...

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A. Patrawala Advocate Wrote on 17 September 2009

Yet, the Indian media opted to maintain blissful silence on June 26, by not devoting enough space to speak about the International Day against Torture. The silence exposes the lack of appreciation and understanding in the Indian media of the importance of torture and the destructive role it plays in undermining free speech and expression. It also illuminates the professional neglect the media entrains against people’s concerns. The government of India has so far denied that torture is a problem affecting the country’s rule of law. This denial challenges the constitutional mandate of any government that assumes office promising to protect democracy, promote the rule of law and fulfill constitutional guarantees.



For a noble cause

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astha mishra Wrote on 16 September 2009

thankyou so much awaring us to great human sole.........


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