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The Supreme Court of India refused to entertain an appeal seeking ban on emergency contraceptive pill, “i-pill” manufactured by Cipla Ltd. The petitioners had contended that the particular product violates the provisions of Medical Termination of Pregnancy Act, 1971. The Hon’ble Court took this stand on January 18th 2010. Krupa Prolifiers, Kerala based Charitable foundation had […]

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The Union Cabinet finally approved the much disputable Women’s Reservation Bill which provides for 33% reservation to women in Parliament and State Legislative Assemblies. The bill is likely to be presented to the Parliament in this session itself. The bill has already been presented in Rajya Sabha in the year 2008 and is property of […]

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In this modern world, society has become a very complex mechanism. On one hand, society guarantees full freedom and liberty to all individuals, but on the other hand, it needs a certain mechanism to curb and regulate the behaviour of individuals. After all, freedom must come with responsibility. There are many gaps and holes that […]

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In general spoken and written English we do not usually pay attention to the difference between two similar terms and use them interchangeably. Kidnapping and abduction are such two terms which are are generally used as synonyms but in the eyes of law they have different meanings- Difference in a nutshell– Kidnapping– Removing a minor away from lawful custody without […]

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Love is in the air! As the Valentine’s Day approaches the scenario all around us changes – markets are stacked with gifts and greetings; T.V., newspapers and cell phones are flooded with love messages; and the hearts of the young are filled with lovely anticipations.. The mood turns festive! But who plays the role of […]

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Recent amendment to the Information and Technology Act makes status messages and tweets admissible as evidences in the court of law. The reckless use of social networking sites might land you up in deep trouble. An impromptu message over sites such as facebook, twitter, orkut etc. May get you arrested, fired or divorced.  The amended  […]

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