Trapped in the vicious circle of substance abuse, India is home to approximately 3 million drug addicts. The National Crime Records Bureau’s data, as published in 2014, reported that India witnesses nearly 10 suicides on a daily basis due to substance...
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December, the month of new promises and festivities brings with itself joy and smile on the faces of everyone- the reasons being but obvious: Christmas, weddings, New Year’s Eve and much more. The atmosphere in offices and at homes is merry...
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Winter Session 2016 has been one of the least productive sessions for both Houses in the last 15 years, with repeated disruptions on the issue of demonetisation of currency. While eight Bills were introduced in this session, only two were passed....
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The Winter Session of Parliament started today. Lok Sabha was adjourned for the day after obituary references. Rajya Sabha suspended scheduled business to take up discussion on demonetisation of currency.   Members from across political parties raised their concerns about the various...
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TIMELINE FOR IMPLEMENTING GST The Hon’ble Finance Minister recently indicated that, while the Government is aiming to implement GST from April 2017, the roll out would have to take place by September 16, 2017 at the latest. In the parallel, a...
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Delhi-Centre tussle: AAP govt moves Supreme Courthttp://goo.gl/NjEpAHThe Supreme Court on Friday agreed to hear on Monday the plea ofAAP government in Delhi seeking a direction that the high court be restrained from delivering its judgement on issues including the scope of...
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Being a lawyer, that too a practitioner in common law, the first inclination is to delve into the subject citing the constitutional provisions and court rulings. That approach is often confusing when it comes to dealing with emotive issues, and hence...
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The Government of India has eased Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) norms in pharma, aviation and defence sectors at a high-level meeting chaired by the Prime Minister Mr Narendra Modi, earlier today. Under the new norms, 74% FDI would be allowed in...
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We all know that on various occasions The Times Group have given unconditional apologies for their obnoxious reporting. Some politicians, actresses, and in fact, to some extent, civilians were forcibly thrown into the abysmal of negative publicity because of the sexist,...
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Greetings citizens of India. This November 5th, the Anonymous India collective will again descend on central New Delhi. We invite all the activists, the workers, the students, all doctors, nurses and all those that want to see a positive change in...
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Dear Bar Council of India, Guessing that you must be occupied in doing something extremely important, I shall refrain from reiterataing the events involving members of the legal fraternity in the Capital since past 6 days. I will directly come to...
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In the recent incident where a Muslim man was beaten up by a mob in Dadri, as there was a communal pot boiling due to the upcoming elections, merely on the suspicion that he was consuming beef, this incident forces me...
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Ever since the rapid growth in the past decade in the world of information technology and dissemination of the hand held devices in almost every hand possible especially in the big cities all over the world, has led to an explosion...
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  Grand Success of INBA Delegation in USA at USIBC (US-India Business Council) Conference at Washington D.C. and New York.     Indian National Bar Association Delegates (INBA), Prominent U.S. Law Firms and Iconic India Jurist Ram Jethmalani Tackle Controversial Topics...
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CLAT 2015 Organizing Committee has openly and brashly refused to accept the most obvious errors in the Question Paper for one simple reason – they know from experience that human beings, including the youth, are by nature laid-back and lazy....
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CLATastrophe- HOW MUCH DOES YOUR EGO COST? The year 2015 will always be remembered as the one when Indian exams suffered a huge blow to their credibility. From PU results to AIPMT, JEE and CLAT, there is a general consensus among...
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An anonymous, concerned father of a CLAT aspirant asks some tough questions You would have had a better chance of scoring a higher rank in CLAT 2015: If you do not know the difference between “censor” and “censure” If you cannot...
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By Yashi Mishra, Author and Nishith Pandit Advocate   Introduction Dalit is a designation for a group of people traditionally regarded as untouchable. The highest population of this class of people have been recorded in India. Dalits are those classes of...
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Guest blogger and Supreme Court advocate Shinam A Seth writes about what has made this election special. The last vote has been cast. The last franchise exercised. The exit polls play havoc with the mind and the market alike. As the...
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  It has been a difficult time over the past few months and apparently mixed emotions prevail among the lawyers and law graduates who are 35 years and above when they joined law course in 2009 in various colleges in Andhra...
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