Article for Blog Post Writing Competition 2011 | by Sidharth Aurora

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Seldom does one come across a distinction so fine that even a word spoken against it may cause a furore. The Fathers of the constitution construed the Liberty of Speech and to express one’s opinion and views as one of the salient rights of the citizen of India. Albeit what has happened over the last […]

Article for Blog Post Writing Competition 2011 | by Bijetri Roy

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Child Sexual Abuse (CSA) is any kind of physical or mental violation of a child with sexual intent, usually by a person who is in a position of trust or power vis-à-vis the child. It is any sexual behaviour directed towards a person under the age of 16 years, without informed consent. Any child below […]

Article for Blog Post Writing Competition 2011 | by Vineet Kothari

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In India the Tax regime of indirect taxation was ruled by the Sales tax as the Final tax to the consumers on sales of goods. But a lot of problems were attributed the sales tax system. The world recognized a new principle called VAT that is Value Added Tax. Initially a lot of protests were […]

Article for Blog Post Writing Competition 2011 | by Prashant Vikas

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Since globalization is now reality, the question is how to make it more effective in satisfying the needs and wants of emerging population. For this multinational as well as national corporation have adopted a sole motive of consumer satisfaction. But if the service provider lacks in quality or services, as it always happen, and you […]

Article for Blog Post Writing Competition 2011 | by Vineet Kothari & Shreshtha Gupta

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In Indian law, public interest litigation means litigation for the protection of the public interest. It is litigation introduced in a court of law, not by the aggrieved party but by the court itself or by any other private party. It is not necessary, for the exercise of the court’s jurisdiction, that the person who […]

Article for Blog Post Writing Competition 2011 | by Akansha Rai

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People may be disabled by physical, intellectual or sensory impairment, medical conditions or mental illness. Such impairments, conditions or illnesses may be permanent or transitory in nature. These disabled person are no longer discriminated due to their physical problems but are treated equally under the eyes of law. Article 14, 15, 16 and 21 of […]

Article for Blog Post Writing Competition 2011 | by Aniket Jain

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Every society in human history, has sought the obedience of each of its members to certain laws. The most powerful tool each of them has had at its disposal to achieve that end has been fear. And the greatest fear being the fear of the final end, each of them has used death a penalty […]

Article for Blog Post Writing Competition 2011 | by Aakriti Mathur

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The obligation of private entities, to protect fundamental rights is a theme of constitutional interest. In the Indian Constitutional scheme most of the fundamental rights are available against the state and Article 12 of the Constitution defines state to include: a)the Government and Parliament of India; b)the Government and the Legislature of each of the […]

Article for Blog Post Writing Competition 2011 | by Aniket Pandey

Comments Off on An Emerging Trend in Judiciary: Court Management

Introduction The introduction of management practices in the judiciary has been a topic of discussion for quite some time now. During this period, many ideas have been mooted to tackle the enormous backlog of pending cases. While some of these ideas were implemented, others did not cross the stage of discussion and debate. As time […]

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