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Articles by G. ARAVINTHAN

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Merits of Lok Adalat

  G. ARAVINTHAN   26 May 2010 at 11:02

The litigants would get speedy justice. The litigants would get the same justice which they get in the court concerned. May get their matter settled only when they are satisfied. If any case pending in any court is settled in Lok Adalat , partie ..

Posted in Students |   4903 Views

Abortion As A Human Right

  G. ARAVINTHAN   23 May 2010 at 13:11

Any individual person has stance on moral, ethical, and legal issue in regard with the relationship with the given individual values system.any person who is in the position of abortion may be described as a mixture of the morality and the ethical l ..

Posted in Constitutional Law  1 comments |   2481 Views

Adoption Of Rule Of Law In India And Supreme Court Judgments

  G. ARAVINTHAN   21 May 2010 at 14:55

Fundamental rights enshrined in part III of the constitution is a restriction on the law making power of the Indian Parliament. It includes freedom of speech, expression, association, movement, residence, property, profession and personal liberty. ..

Posted in Constitutional Law  1 comments |   12330 Views

Lok Adalat and Mobile Court

  G. ARAVINTHAN   21 May 2010 at 14:55

Mobile courts Mobile courts that help taking justice to the door-step of the rural would significantly help in fighting the backlog, Mobile courts are also being set up which would not only educate the rural folk about their rights and responsibilit ..

Posted in Constitutional Law |   3649 Views


  G. ARAVINTHAN   21 May 2010 at 14:55

Fast Track courts have proved their mettle, & their importance cannot be emphasized enough, on the recommendation of the 11th Finance Commission, 1734 Fast Track Courts of Sessions Judges were sanctioned for disposal of old pending cases and the ..

Posted in Constitutional Law |   2330 Views

Gram Nyayalayas

  G. ARAVINTHAN   21 May 2010 at 14:55

Ministry of Law & Justice is going to draw a Gram Nyayalayas Bill with an objective to secure justice, both civil and criminal, at the grass-root level to the citizens, which would be the lowest court of subordinate judiciary and shall provide e ..

Posted in Others |   2487 Views

Ancient India - How they Recovered Debts

  G. ARAVINTHAN   20 May 2010 at 12:56

The roots of the present day human institutions lie deeply buried in the past. The same is true of a country’s law and legal institutions. The legal system of a country at a given time is not the creation of one man or of one day; it represent ..

Posted in Corporate Law  3 comments |   2993 Views

A legal approach to the Right of Physically Challenged

  G. ARAVINTHAN   20 May 2010 at 12:55

Rabindranath Tagore said “The problem is not how to wipe out the differences but how to unite with the differences intact”. Existing Legislation And Institutional Infrastructure In 1995, the Persons with Disability (Equal Opportunitie ..

Posted in Constitutional Law  3 comments |   8829 Views

An overview on Right Of Disabled In India

  G. ARAVINTHAN   20 May 2010 at 12:55

Disability must first be defined as it is experienced by all disabled people, regardless of age and gender, including those with sensory, physical and intellectual impairment and mental health difficulties. Then, with this shared understanding, an a ..

Posted in Constitutional Law  1 comments |   11863 Views

Constitutional Podium Of Taxing Power

  G. ARAVINTHAN   20 May 2010 at 12:55

The entries in the legislative lists are divided into two groups- one relating to the power to tax and the other relating to the power of general legislation relating to specified subjects. Taxation is considered as a distinct matter for purposes of ..

Posted in Taxation |   3701 Views