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April 26, 2011


The word reservation stands for the act of reserving or keeping back or withholding from disclosure from normal crowd apart from the beneficiaries. In this blog we are talking about the policy of reservation of seats in the Educational Institutes , Judiciary or Higher Civil Services , Politics , etc. for the relatively backward considered […]

April 26, 2011

Comments Off on Rights of the Accused

One of the basic tenets of our legal system is the benefit of the presumption of innocence of the accused till he is found guilty at the end of a trial on legal evidence. In the battle against crime and delinquency, state and its officers cannot on any account forsake the decency of state behaviour […]

April 26, 2011

Comments Off on Role of Lokayukta in Combating Corruption

Lokayukta investigates cases of corruption, where substantiated, recommend action. He is a great check on corruption, brings about transparency in the system, makes administrative machinery citizen friendly. His functions largely depend upon jurisdiction vested in him and facilities provided for taking cognizance of citizens’ grievances promptly, dexterously and expeditiously. Corruption is internationally recognized a major […]

April 26, 2011


An Act to put into effect the Right to Free and Compulsory Education to All Children in the Age Group of Six to Fourteen Years The Right to food, Right to Information, and Right to education are considered to be fundamental and crucial rights for social well-being and transparent governance. The promise of guaranteed employment […]

April 26, 2011

Comments Off on Abuse of the Right of Private Defence: Case based Analysis

Right of self defence revolves around the general adage that “necessity knows no law” and “it is the primary duty of man to first help himself”. The right of self-preservation is inherent in every person but to achieve that end nothing could be done which militates against the right of another person. The Supreme Court in […]

April 26, 2011

Comments Off on Protection to the Alleged in Indian Criminal Justice System

The soul of criminal justice system is Adverserial system which provides with a prospect for the parties to case, advance and present their arguments, gather and submit evidence, call and question witness and control the information presented conferring to the law and legal procedure. “It is better that several guilty person should escape punishment than […]

April 25, 2011

Comments Off on FAIRNESS TO THE ACCUSED: With Special Reference to Malimath Committee Report

Art. 20 and 21 (Constitution of India) provide the basis for Human Rights of an accused under the Indian Criminal Jurisprudence. These rights mentioned in the two articles cannot be suspended even in the proclamation of emergency. The rights of accused has been realized and established both internationally and nationally throughout various countries. In India […]

April 22, 2011


Meaning: An ex parte decree is a decree passed in the absence of the defendant (in absenti). Where the plaintiff appears and the defendant does not appear when the suit is called out for hearing and if the defendant is duly served, the court may hear the suit ex parte and pass a decree against […]

April 22, 2011


KILL ME and Bury the Consequences

“Wild animals never kill for sport. Man is the only one to whom the torture and death of his fellow creatures is amusing in itself.” -James Anthony Froude The sixth commandment of God, i.e., “Thou shall not kill” [[i]] requires all lawful endeavors to preserve our own life and the life of others. Everybody who […]

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