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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Ram Jethmalani quit as Arvind Kejriwal’s counsel, seeks Rs 2 crore as fees

Senior Supreme Court Advocate, Ram Jethmalani  has quit as chief minister Arvind Kejriwal’s counsel in the civil and criminal defamation cases filed by Union finance minister Arun Jaitley against the CM. Jethmalani has asked Kejriwal to settle his legal fees amounting to more than Rs 2 crore. The lawyer used an offensive word, amounting to accusing Jaitley of 

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Who is the New Chief Justice of India?

Setting the ball rolling for the appointment of the next Chief Justice of India, current incumbent JS Khehar has named Justice Dipak Misra as his successor, a senior functionary aware of the development said on Tuesday. According to laid down procedure, the law minster writes to the Chief Justice seeking his recommendation on who should 

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LAWS SAFEGUARDING THE LEGAL RIGHTS OF ELDERS IN INDIA

BY: ADITI MARWAHA India is a country having a big population of elder citizens. We Indians are taught from childhood to respect our elders but unfortunately in the present scenario this is only said and not done. Children are so engaged in their lives that they completely forget about the people who are responsible for 

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Who won the Presidential Election? How is a President Elected? What are the qualifications?

A presidential election was held in India on Monday 17 July 2017 with the votes counted and the results announced on Thursday 20 July. President Pranab Mukherjee’s term of office was due to expire on 24 July 2017. Mukherjee declined to seek re-election. Governor of Bihar Ram Nath Kovind of the Bharatiya Janata Party had the backing of the governing National Democratic Alliance coalition, and went 

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DETAINING WITHOUT MENTIONING PROPER PERIOD OF DETENTION IS ILLEGAL: SUPREME COURT

  Prevention is always regarded better than cure, but this prevention no doubt may costs a lot in certain circumstances. Detention is a process where state lawfully upholds freedom of liberty of an individual either due to (pending) criminal charges being raised against the individual as part of a prosecution or to protect a person or property. Even if 

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Are Pulses Food Grains? Answers Delhi High Court

The Delhi High Court on Monday examined whether pulses fall within the definition of “grains” for the purpose of exemption from Environment Compensation Charge (ECC). Justice Vibhu Bakhru ruled, “…there is no reason to limit the scope of the word “grains” to exclude any essential commodity falling within that classification. The word “grains” in the 

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Brief on Right to Privacy Judgement

The petition challenging the constitutionality of  Aadhaar was heard before a 5 judges bench constituted specifically, has sought the consideration of the 9 judges bench while dealing the question of law arising out of the said matter i.e., ‘whether right to privacy is a fundamental right or not’. The honorable bench of 9 judges would 

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