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Why Numerous Restrictions on use of our National Flag?

January 25, 2013

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“A National Flag” as pointed by Lt. Cdr. K.V. Singh in his book ‘Our National Flag’ is the most solemn symbol of a country. Be it a Head of the State, King or peasant, salutes it. A piece of cloth called the National Flag stands for the whole nation, its honour and glory. When it […]

Legal Aid: My Liberating Experiences

June 6, 2012

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The concept of legal aid encompasses a broad range of activities that aim at social advancement by creatively utilizing the instrument of law. Legal profession, the way it is currently practiced and organized, is primarily concerned with the improvement of the quality of legal services rather than ensuring equitable and even distribution of legal services. […]

Representation of Homosexuals (LGBT) in Indian Literature, Media and Cinema

May 22, 2012


Representation of Homosexuals (LGBT) in Indian Literature, Media and Cinema

Introduction This article is aimed at the socio-legal study of the representation of Homosexuals (LGBT) in the literature, media, and cinema with respect to Indian society. Homosexuality became very much contentious because of the representation it got through media and because of media’s attention given to this issue, people got inspirations and started showing their […]

Bomb Blasts.. A Cruel Reality

February 20, 2012


12 dead, 200 injured; government issued a nationwide alert; condolosense given to victims by home minister; PM said, culprits will be punished. This is all we hear after we get shaken by the bomb blasts. Ministers visiting the blast area, speech by the Prime Minister, promises made by government have all become a daily thing. […]

Femina Magazine Relaunch Campaign- The ‘Femina Blogger Bee’ Title

August 8, 2011


This post is something very different from the regular articles at MightyLaws. But I believe that all the female readers who are proud to consider themselves as a ‘Femina Woman’ would definitely be interested in what I have here. 🙂 With “For all the women you are” Femina’s new brand campaign, The Femina magazine has […]

Career Options for Law School Graduates

August 7, 2011


Somebody has rightly said that ‘struggle never ends’. Initially we struggle to get into a reputed law school and subsequently we struggle to acquire internships in reputed law firms while pursuing legal studies. However, we all face a chaotic situation and consequently we need to decide what actually our aim is. Now let’s come to […]

Crime Against Innocence

June 22, 2011


India which is known for its patriarchal form of society has two very sensitive parts of it i.e. women and children. Though they are everywhere regarded as a special area of concern but in India the concern is of a bit high level. Whenever any bill is passed the law makers never fail at giving an […]

Don’t Mix Drinking & Driving- Because Law Says So!

June 7, 2011

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Don’t Mix Drinking & Driving- Because Law Says So!

Introduction Drunken driving is an offence in India, like many other countries worldwide. The object of making it an offence under law is to improve road safety by seeking to bring down the number of accidents and fatalities caused by driver’s fault. We really can’t blame the authorities for thinking that, what with daily news […]

Be‘witch’ed, Beheaded and Begrudged: The Plight of the ‘Witches’ of India

June 6, 2011


As I write this, I recollect (I’m sure you would too) those days in the childhood when folklores about witches and sorcery used to be a subject of both, my curiosity and fright. Gone were those days, as there were better things to focus upon, until recently, when I stumbled upon the prevalent inhuman practice […]

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