RIGHT TO BAIL AS A CONST I TUTIONAL RIGHTBy Vidhan Maheshwari, National Law Institute University, Bhopal INTRODUCTION Krishna Iyer J., remarked that the subject of bail:-“ ….. belongs to the blurred area of criminal justice system and largely hinges ..
Abolition of the Death Penalty- Tarunabh Khaitan and Vasuman Khandelwal Document actions (print, sendto etc) -->An over of the law and history of the death penaltyKeywords: death penalty, abolition, capital punishmentAbolition of Death Pen ..
Human Rights — Safeguards, Constitutional Provisions and Legislative Measures and Their AdequacyIt is too late to overemphasize or stress on the growing importance of the subject human rights and the different facets and dimensions thereof, both in t ..
Protection Of Women From Domestic Violence Act, 2005 — A Recipe For Broken Marriages And Relationships The Domestic Violence Act, 2005 giving protection to women from domestic violence is a step in right direction. By including the unmarried sisters, ..
I start with the presumption of the supremacy of the People of India who have given the Constitution of India to themselves and the State organs comprising The Representatives of the People, The Ministers, The Commissioners and The Judges- Owe their ..
Encounter killings: Truth commissions neededby Upneet LalliWHAT is done without any punishment, can be repeated without fear.” Impunity without doubt is a grave problem affecting the state and leads to more and more human rights violations. The encou ..
How to be a Successful Advocate It will be appropriate for us to first define the term "Successful Lawyer" as we are accustomed to defining the terms in the beginning itself. While defining the term we should keep in mind that our vocation is called ..
Before you file a caseThere are a few essentials that help the process of filing a court case, easier. Here, a lawyer gives some tips on how to prepare for the final application to the court. * Make all complaints in written form. * Photocopy every ..
Law, Courts And The ConstitutionIndia has one of the oldest legal systems in the world. Its law and jurisprudence stretches back into the centuries, forming a living tradition that has grown and evolved with the lives of its diverse people. India's c ..
Who is perpetuating reservation in jobs?Sharad Yadav - The Hindu Friday, Jul 07, 2006In a bizarre turn, the Union Public Service Commission and the Department of Personnel and Training have transformed the policy of reservation into a policy of commu ..