Article for Blog Post Writing Competition 2011 | by Mudit Jain

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The first question parents ask at the birth of the child, in all society all over the world, is always the same – “is it a boy or girl”. In our country killing of the female child is being practice from early stages.  Earlier because the scientific techniques were not advanced and it was impossible […]

Article for Blog Post Writing Competition 2011 | by Anoop Kumar

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INTRODUCTION. Unlike the suits and trial cases, Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) includes processes that are out of court proceedings. Due to fact that pendency of court cases and suits have gone through roofs, ADR has gained paramount significance in almost every civilized dispensation. ADR is generally classified into at least four types: negotiation, mediation, collaborative […]

Article for Blog Post Writing Competition 2011 | by Rajat Pradhan

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INTRODUCTION S. 13B (2) of the Hindu Marriage Act, 1955 envisages the procedure to be followed in cases of divorce by mutual consent. The section contemplates that the petition of divorce after being presented shall be heard by the court not before six months from the date of presentation of the same and not later […]

Article for Blog Post Writing Competition 2011 | by Vinayak Mathur

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THE IMPORTANCE OF PRIVACY LAW TODAY Like everything mankind has ever achieved, there has been a positive and a negative side to it. Technology has invaded every part of our lives whether the invasion was desired or not, we cannot be sure whether what we say has been heard by a third party as well […]

Article for Blog Post Writing Competition 2011 | by Shuchi Singh

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The conclusive proof of legitimacy of a child born during the continuance of a valid marriage is significantly analysed under section 112 of the Evidence Act and is based on the maxim pater est quem numtioe demonstrant, meaning thereby “the father is he, whom the nuptials indicate”. It says that the fact that a person […]

Article for Blog Post Writing Competition 2011 | by Alok Tripathi

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Next time when you land up on your Facebook wall and it asks you “What’s on your mind?”, think twice before answering the question and ask yourself whether you are really supposed to post whatever is on your mind. Such questions surely made us think as to what rights we have regarding expression and speech. […]

Article for Blog Post Writing Competition 2011 | by Yogendra Pratap Singh

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Prima Facie, anyone will think that what non-sense topic I have chosen! You also thought same after reading the topic. India is being modern; think why? Because India copied and now also copying well. Being a law student who can understand this more than me because even the Constitution of India is also compiled not […]

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As a part of my academic curriculum I had written a piece in the subject of Administrative Law titled ‘Meaning of Delegated Legislation with special emphasis on its need and causes of growth’. I had compiled various definitions of delegated legislation which I am sharing with the readers through this article. Also, The gist of […]

Article for Blog Post Writing Competition 2011 | by Anudita Chaurasia

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“The dowry system is so deeply rooted in Indian culture, that sometimes one feels that there’s going to be no way out – at least not for another century.” ‘Bride-burning,’ a term which is very common now a days is used to describe the increasing number of young Indian housewives found murdered each year, has […]

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