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Misuse of 498A and DV

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Asmita Rokade Wrote on 16 July 2009

I do know and it is unfortunate that some women misuse the benefits but what about those women who are still an epitome of sacrifice and would want to die countless deaths courtesy bad marriage!! it take two to marry as well as divorce....



Judicial review of departmental proceedings

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k.k.jandial Wrote on 14 July 2009

correct citation is AIR2006SC1748.K.K.Jandial



CBDT GOES OVERBOARD ON TDS!

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RAKESH SHARMA Wrote on 09 July 2009

ONE ASPECT HAS BEEN LEFT OUT IS QUANTUM F UTN NO. OR DEDUCTION NO. I HAVE A CLIENT WHO PROVIDE SERVICES AND EVERY FIRM DEDUCTS TAX AND TOTAL TDS TRANSACTIONS COMES TO NEARLY 500 HOW CAN I FEED THEM IN RETURN? IT WILL TAKE FEW DAYS TO FEED CORRECTLY ALL UTN NO. RAKESH SHARMA ADVOCATE



Parliament to act ...

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A. Patrawala Advocate Wrote on 08 July 2009

The apathy of the former Law Minister Mr. H.R. Bharadwaj ( Arrogance and Hypocrisy ) cost him heavily... The New Law Minister Shri M. Veerappa Moiley is expected to do within first 100 days: dignity and honour to the profession of lawyers by enacting the Advocates ( Protection against Prosecution ) Rules, 2008 duly approved by the Bar Council of India by Resolution No. 59 of 2008 on 134th and 14th April, 2008.



Basic Principles on the Role of Lawyers

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A. Patrawala Advocate Wrote on 08 July 2009

Access to lawyers and legal services 1. All persons are entitled to call upon the assistance of a lawyer of their choice to protect and establish their rights and to defend them in all stages of criminal proceedings. 2. Governments shall ensure that efficient procedures and responsive mechanisms for effective and equal access to lawyers are provided for all persons within their territory and subject to their jurisdiction, without distinction of any kind, such as discrimination based on race, colour, ethnic origin, sex, language, religion, political or other opinion, national or social origin, property, birth, economic or other status. 3. Governments shall ensure the provision of sufficient funding and other resources for legal services to the poor and, as necessary, to other disadvantaged persons. Professional associations of lawyers shall cooperate in the organization and provision of services, facilities and other resources. 4. Governments and professional associations of lawyers shall promote programmes to inform the public about their rights and duties under the law and the important role of lawyers in protecting their fundamental freedoms. Special attention should be given to assisting the poor and other disadvantaged persons so as to enable them to assert their rights and where necessary call upon the assistance of lawyers. ( Sorry... the said paragraph was missed in postings... Please, add it.)



Procedure for Passing Money and Financial Bills

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Nirav Pankaj Shah Wrote on 08 July 2009

nice work



Basic Principles on the Role of Lawyers

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A. Patrawala Advocate Wrote on 08 July 2009

Basic Principles on the Role of Lawyers by UNO is the Bible for Lawyers...The Government of India is the signatory to it. Thus committing to international obligations. Within India and beyond India. This charter should hold mirror to Parliament, Executive and Judiciary. This charter makes the Profession of Lawyers- the Priviledged Profession.The legal fraternity should rise to the occasion and ever vigilant to their Rights and Duties. Give dignity and honour to Profession of Lawyers.



Judicial review of departmental proceedings

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ShriGopal Soni Wrote on 06 July 2009

Two more grounds: If the disciplinary authority is not competent to initiate the proceedings and second the employee is not supplied the charge sheet in the language preferred by the employee in English/Hindi as per stutory Rules of Offcial Language 1976.



Non supply of documents - prejudice theory

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ShriGopal Soni Wrote on 05 July 2009

The delinquent has a right to demand charge sheet in english or Hindi as desired by him.As per Statutory Rules applicable to most of government departments inclding Public Sector Financial Institutions/ Companies: As per G.S.R 1052 - In exercise of the powers conferred by section 8, read with sub-section(4) of section 3 of the Official Languages Act, 1963 (19 of 1963), the Central Government hereby makes the following rules, namely ; The Official Languages (Use for Official Purpose of the Union)RULES, 1976 (As Amended, 1987) 7. Application, representations etc. - (3) Where an employee desires any order or notice relating to service matters (including disciplinary proceedings) required to be served on him to be in Hindi, or as the case may be, in English, it shall be given to him in that language without undue delay.



Rent control in U.P.

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u k acharya Wrote on 03 July 2009

The judgement of hon'ble J. Rakesh Tiwari has been struck down by apex court.Held High Court does not have the powers to enhance the rent arbitrarily under Art.226 against express provisions of Act 13 of 1972.


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