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In the post independence period the emphasis was laid on developing India in terms of economy and infrastructure. Later policy makers focused on education where technical and medical education was considered as a priority. This made legal education an ignored aspect and as a result, in early 1970s, we began to feel the dearth of […]

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It has been alleged by a Maharashtra minister that Abu Salem and Mustafa Dossa receive special treatment in the jail in collusion with the prison authorities. The Home Minister of the state, Mr. R. R. Patil has promised a visit to the Arthur Road jail to take stock of the situation after ongoing monsoon session […]

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Stalking is a phenomenon which could turn out to be a frightening experience for any  women. It is common to hear mothers tutoring their young daughters to be wary of strangers who might trail them. Young working women who stay alone in metro cities prove to be soft targets and are prone to be stalked. […]

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In the history of Indian Disasters, one black day was observed in the year 1984, when the methyl- gas-leakage occurred out of the Union Carbide Company and caused over 15000 deaths at a time and another verisimilitude of black day has just been observed in the history of Indian Governance, Law and Judiciary, when the […]

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Domain names are big business nowadays, for the past several years, domain names, the “real estate of the Internet,” have generated substantial returns for savvy investors, who often refer to themselves as “domineers.” Today, a domain name holder can display pay-per-click advertising on a website, and sit-back and let the money roll in while Internet users […]

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Family Settlement is an instrument to achieve a larger purpose i.e. peace and harmony in the family. The object of an arrangement is to protect the family from long drawn out litigation and to bring goodwill in the family. The parties must held settlement which is in the interest of the family and which avoid […]

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Whenever we try imagining a typical jail in our country, the picture which comes to our mind is not exactly charming. News reports often bring into light the ignominious behavior of police with the incarcerated. Gloomy atmosphere, bad food, inadequate medical facilities are some of the basic problems faced by the prisoners. Every convict has […]

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Among all the three organs of the State; the legislative, the Executive and the Judiciary, Judiciary is believed to be the strongest. In any Nation, especially in a democratic one, judiciary is to act as the guarantor and protector of law. But the current position of Indian Judiciary has shown nothing like this. This could […]

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The South Asian Society of Criminology and Victimology (SASCV) is going to organize its first International Conference from 15-17 January, 2011. It will be held in Jaipur, Rajasthan. The address of the official website of the conference is- http://www.sascv.org/conf2011/index.html The venue for the Conference is Hotel Jaipur Greens, a 5 star establishment. The main theme […]

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