The Turbulent Turning Of Panama Papers Leak Into Panamagate Graft Case; Supreme Court Of Pakistan Disqualifies PM Nawaz Sharif From Office

PANAMA PAPERS The Panama Papers are the secrets of dirty money and an unprecedented leak of about 2.6 terabytes of data that includes approximately 11.5 million documents more than the combined total of the Wikileaks Cablegate, Offshore Leaks, Lux Leaks, and Swiss Leaks. The data primarily comprises e-mails, pdf files, photo files, and excerpts of 

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Indian Pakistan Rivalry: A Political Passion or National Rising

INTRODUCTION:- India and Pakistan   two neighbouring countries with countless history. Which was once one and undivided but today divided not only by border but also from heart. From cricket to Kashmir   these two countries don’t see eye to eye. Scholars, foreign policy analysts, and journalists focusing on Indo-Pak relations have long described these relations as 

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SUICIDE OR HONOR KILLING?

In the present society we see many people committing suicide for reasons unknown to their family even and if these cases come in the light of the public, the reasons remain unidentified or not reported. Here is one such story where the cause of the suicide was assumed to have been a murder. After so 

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SURROGACY LAWS IN INDIA

In simple language surrogacy can be defined as – when a couple wants a baby and they are not able to conceive a baby due to medical issue then other women carries the artificial sperm of the father. Then that lady carries the child in her womb and then gives birth to the child to 

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Justice Karnan Issue: Former HC Judge CS Karnan get arrested in Coimbatore

INTRODUCTION:- Former Calcutta High Court Judge CS Karnan was on Tuesday arrested from Tamil Nadu’s Coimbatore and was taken to Chennai. “Karnan had been found staying in an apartment at Madukarai, near Coimbatore. We provided technical assistance to the West Bengal police, and they arrested him from the apartment,” A Amalraj, City Comissioner of Police (Coimbatore), 

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Kesavananda Bharati v State of Kerala: Analysis

The judgment in Kesavananda Bharati v State of Kerala,, was crucial in upholding the supremacy of the Constitution and preventing authoritarian rule by a single party Forty Four years ago, on April 24, 1973, Chief Justice Sikri and 12 judges of the Supreme Court assembled to deliver the most important judgment in its history. The 

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REPRESENTATION OF WOMEN IN THE LEGAL PROFESSION

 By Adrita Shah The article talks about the reasons why representation of women in the legal profession was not huge and the present status of Supreme Court judges.The legal profession in India is of high importance. Previously there were very few women opting for this profession but now there seems to be a change. Cornelia 

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