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Causes that cause Hate Crimes

  G. ARAVINTHAN   18 May 2010 at 13:22

The roots of hate violence are broad, but most causes come back to one element in the end: fear. This fear is most often rooted in ignorance: fear of the unknown, fear of the "other," fear of perceived competitors; all of these hold the po ..

Posted in Criminal Law |   2728 Views

Emotion Emotion and Emotion

  G. ARAVINTHAN   18 May 2010 at 13:21

Emotions & JudgesJudges are not a personality untouched by emotions. It is believed for a judge to be very rational and reasonable. But judges being a human being cant avoid the most important aspect Emotion. A judge cant be emotionless while judging ..

Posted in Constitutional Law |   2094 Views

An overview on Right Of Disabled In India

  G. ARAVINTHAN   17 May 2010 at 23:33

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 |   2139 Views

Rights of Arrestee

  G. ARAVINTHAN   08 May 2010 at 15:16

The Constitution of India guarantees the citizen's fundamental rights to participate in the political life of the country and to express themselves as political beings. But the freedom is hedged in by many legal restrictions by the politicians ..

Posted in Criminal Law |   3355 Views

Guidelines to be followed before Arrest

  G. ARAVINTHAN   08 May 2010 at 15:16

An arrest should be made only after a reasonable satisfaction is reached about the complaint being genuine and bonafide. This satisfaction must be reached on the basis of some preliminary investigation. The officer making the arrest must be convin ..

Posted in Others |   3525 Views

Aims Of The Legal Education

  G. ARAVINTHAN   06 May 2010 at 09:16

The prime object of legal education is to produce professional lawyers. The term ‘professional lawyer’ does not only cover the ‘litigating, lawyer, viz.,’ the lawyer who argues before the ordinary courts but all persons tra ..

Posted in Students  1 comments |   14287 Views

Legal education is to develop two fold skills-

  G. ARAVINTHAN   06 May 2010 at 09:16

(1) Effective learning- is a step involved in competently completing a number of tasks, such as interviewing a client or preparing to cross-examine a witness. (2) Ability to remember facts client communicate. Effective listening is a step involve ..

Posted in Students |   2218 Views


  G. ARAVINTHAN   26 April 2010 at 18:30

The right to bail is concommittant of the accusatorial system which favours a bail system that ordinarily enables a person to stay out of jail until a trial has found him/her guilty. In India, bail or release on personal recognizance is available ..

Posted in Constitutional Law |   4892 Views

Role Of Legal Services Authority In Contemporary Scenario

  G. ARAVINTHAN   19 February 2010 at 09:22

Every man is born free in the world. He inherits few rights naturally and few granted to him by the society. “Society is a web of relationships” and for a just and healthy society it is important that the rights of every individual is re ..

Posted in Constitutional Law |   2953 Views

Reports of Salem Advocates Bar Association v. Union of India

  G. ARAVINTHAN   19 February 2010 at 09:22

Report I1. Amendment inserting Sub-section (2) to Section 26 and Rule 15(4) to Order VI Rule 15. Prior to insertion of aforesaid provisions, there was no requirement of filing affidavit with the pleadings. These provisions now require the plaint to ..

Posted in Constitutional Law |   2922 Views