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Sex outside wedlock is sin and crime

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praveen Wrote on 28 June 2011

"At the same time it is common knowledge" article is based on some presumptions. this section is not cognizable except on the complaint of husband. what about unmarried female- that is not an offence.



Sex outside wedlock is sin and crime

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A. A. JOSE Wrote on 28 June 2011

A good article on morality ! However,I am afraid, with the fading values in our society, there will be hardly few who will like, (not to talk about following) such articles. Congratulations to the author for such an admirable contribution.



Sex outside wedlock is sin and crime

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Chitranjan Sawant Wrote on 28 June 2011

AUM. Mr Srinivas, thanks indeed for reading my article and making a suggestion that law and sections should be quoted. OKAY. You have asked me not to lecture. This is plain and simple article. from - Brigadier(Retd) Chitranjan Sawant,VSM



Sex outside wedlock is sin and crime

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ssssrinivassss Wrote on 28 June 2011

please dont lecture... inform law n sections under this forum



Importance of Mind Management

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Adv. Vaishali Karloopia Wrote on 28 June 2011

Sir you have explained it well and it is really nice article, but it would be quite better if you enlighten us with more about our real higher self.



If Lawyers Can Practice In All Courts Why Not Full Time Law Professors: A Necessity of Engaged School

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Dr V. Nageswara Rao Wrote on 27 June 2011

It is University rules and statutes that do not permit pracice by full time profs of law.



If Lawyers Can Practice In All Courts Why Not Full Time Law Professors: A Necessity of Engaged School

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Dr V. Nageswara Rao Wrote on 27 June 2011

As prof of law who appeared before nEW yORK As prof of law who appeared in New York and Frankfurt Courts, I can say pracice will bridge gulf between Clasroom law and Court room law. Benificial to both.



Penal Provisions under HVAT Act, 2003

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harsh makker Wrote on 27 June 2011

very useful article , and having full detail.



If Lawyers Can Practice In All Courts Why Not Full Time Law Professors: A Necessity of Engaged School

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yogesh Wrote on 27 June 2011

If Professor is interested in Law profession, then it has the option to leav ethe job or may take extraordinary leave extendable for 5 years and may deactivate his Enrolment after joining the services



If Lawyers Can Practice In All Courts Why Not Full Time Law Professors: A Necessity of Engaged School

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Gulshan Tanwar Wrote on 26 June 2011

Eg: Sachin can be numerous but his teacher is only one; if his teacher decided to play then I am sure he wont be able to score a century in 10 matches.


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