MARRIAGE IS A LICENSE TO RAPE IN INDIA

Over the years, the patriarchy has dominated women in various ways not allowing them to exercise many rights, thus almost preventing them from having the most basic of human rights. This act of dominating women has taken a terrifying turn wherein certain rules laid down by the authoritative bodies prevent women from taking action against 

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A Controversial Judgement on RTI Act

In decided case Union of India THR. THE SECRETARY, MINISTRY OF LAW AND JUSTICE vs. Subhash Chandra Agrawal, the Delhi High court has decided that Office of AGI does not fall under purview of public authority and thus declining permission to respondent seeking information regarding representation/ petition received from Indirect tax association, Bangalore. Respondent file 

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WHICH ARE THE MOST BRUTAL PANCHAYATS IN INDIA?

Its really surprising to witness such harsh irrational platform that pronounces harsh punishment based on old aged customs even today in a biggest democratic country.We live in a country with a population of approx 1.21 billion ,but fail to eliminate such irrational institutions.There origin is lost in the mist of time .Many of us aren’t 

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Is Indian Media Corrupt or Principled?

According to some polls and studies Indian media topped in the list of most corrupt media in the world. Is the Indian media are corrupt? Morality of Today’s Indian Media The senior most journalists from old school of thoughts think present day media scene is corrupt to the core because it is owned by many 

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Are the degrees of lawyers valid???

How you would react if you get to know that the person who is fighting your case is not a lawyer but a scam artist, having a business card labelled him as a lawyer with a degree which he officially does not own. Fake degrees are not new in the market but with the help 

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Mandal Commission and Kargil war distracted our country

The Mandal Commission was set up in 1979 by the Janta Party government under the  Prime Minister Morarji Desai with a command to recognize the socially or instructively in reverse. The Mandal Commission prescribed for the  compensatory separation approaches like those embraced after autonomy for the Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes for a huge extent 

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JUDICIAL ACTIVISM AND JUDICIAL RESTRAIN

The term “Judicial activism” refers to judicial rulings suspected of being based on personal or political considerations rather than on existing law. The actual connotation of the term ‘judicial activism’ is still a mystery. But it essentially implies an essential role that the judiciary plays in the promotion of justice. The Black’s Law Dictionary defines 

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