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There are about 25,000 elephants in the country with 3,500 in captivity. Our country is home to 60% of the elephants in Asia. To preserve our rich biodiversity it is our duty to work for its preservation. The recent incident in Assam, near forest of Jalpaiguri, where 7 elephants were mowed down mercilessly by a […]

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After a thrilling day, the Supreme Court of India permitted the Lucknow High Court Bench to go ahead with the Ayodhya verdict. Earlier this week the apex court had directed the Lucknow High court bench to hold the decision on the basis of a petition by Ramesh Chandra Tripathi. The final verdict which shall be […]

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There has been a lot of controversy recently on use of Electronic Voting Machines. There was a whole campaign alleging that Electronic voting machines are not foolproof. But there are many arguments which effectively counter these allegations. Arguments supporting the non-tamperability of EVMs The software (which is fused in a chip) does not use any […]

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This article has been authored by Mr.K.V.Reddy, President of All India Prison Officers Association. He is also the Vice Principal at State Institute of Correctional Administration, Hyderabad. We usually come across writings which call for the rights of the prisoners. But here Mr. Reddy presents a totally different picture depicting how prison officers are being terrorized. Read on.. Sri […]

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On August 26, 2010 the Supreme court of India ruled that if police come across a totally different version of the incident from the accused then it is free to register a second FIR. The Bench comprising of Justice B S Chauhan and Justice P Sathasivam made the registration two FIRs permissible in the case of A.M. Bharvad […]

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Introduction Prostitution, the oldest profession on earth is not something which the Indian society today looks up to.  In the realms of history we have had prostitutes who enjoyed celebrity hood. The law, indignantly, is bent oncurbing the profession but has been unsuccessful so far. The truth that the elimination of prostitution is not possible […]

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Dear all, On this day one might expect me to write a long article glorifying our motherland and her achievements. Much has been said in this regard. I believe today is a day to feel the fervour and savour the feeling of being a proud, sensitive and aware Indian! So for now I keep myself short and on the […]

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Protection of Women from Domestic Violence Act, 2005 contains five chapters and thirty seven sections. This article highlights some of the important provisions which are essential for the nuance understanding of the statute. The basic provisions are simplified here so that a layman faces no difficulties when it comes to grasping the concept of the […]

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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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