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April 19, 2011

Comments Off on An Inflating Disaster: Criminal Transmission Of HIV

An Inflating Disaster: Criminal Transmission Of HIV

Since the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) was found in Chennai in 1986, India has had an AIDS epidemic. [1] But today this issue not only revolves around transmission of HIV/AIDS but it has extended to criminal transmission of HIV. Thus, we need to determine what is criminal transmission of HIV? For this purpose a man […]

April 19, 2011

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The governments are under an obligation to provide an adequate machinery for justice, to appoint more judges and to give them better emoluments and facilities, to build more court houses, to enact better laws, to devise better dispute resolution procedures, and to administer more effectively and equitably, rather than to blame lawyers and judges for […]

April 19, 2011

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First things first, if you are looking for sections, subsections, codes and definitions regarding the anti-corruption law in a lingo that is strictly legal this is not the article for you, my friend. However, if you are looking for a witty insight regarding the whole Lokpal bill v. Jan Lokpal bill saga please feel free […]

April 17, 2011

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“Corruption is like diabetes can only be controlled but cannot totally be eliminated” -Anonymous The Problem of Definition Everyone knows what corruption is; but it is difficult to define it in exact terms. According to the Oxford English Dictionary,[1] the word ‘corrupt’ means “influenced by bribery, especially at the time of elections”. Encyclopedia Britanica[2]says a […]

April 17, 2011

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This Article which contains provision for Jammu and Kashmir was added temporarily and was to be removed within a time- period but it didn’t happen till. This Article was inserted and it provides a special status to Jammu and Kashmir by which it has a separate state and separate laws for itself. Besides, this the […]

April 17, 2011

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I Can speak or Can I?

It is, in fact, the right to speak, to express, that distinguishes the life of a free man, or a woman for that matter, from that of a slave. Freedom is not just breathing, it is breathing in a free air, an air where the mind is without fear and the head is held high… […]

April 17, 2011

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Smita has been standing in the queue to deposit the school admission form since morning. It has been three hours now and suddenly the counter closes. On enquiring, she learns that it is ‘Chai time’, the work resumes after sometime and it is her turn finally. She eagerly hands over the form to the clerk who imperiously goes […]

April 17, 2011

Comments Off on Fairness to the Accused with respect to the Indian Evidence Act, 1872

The Adversarial System is a fundamental principle of Criminal Jurisprudence. It is based on the precinct that through a process of fair hearing and adducing of evidence, the truth of the matter will eventually emerge. It inculcates that the accused should be presumed innocent until proved otherwise and for this the burden of proof should […]

April 17, 2011

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On Acts of Desperation &Consent : A Critique on the Suicide & Homosexuality Laws as per the IPC with Respect to Morality

1. Introduction ‘There is only one explanation of what has hitherto been accepted as the basis for the criminal law and that there are certain… moral principles which society requires to be observed and the breach of them if an offence not merely against the person who is injured but against society as a whole.’[1] […]

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