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For most children fortunate enough to be in schools, this is an unfortunate everyday reality enough to push them out of school. As is evidenced by the 'voices' profiled above corporal punishment does not mean physical violence on the child,...
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Indian constitution is said to be federal, then why not India is a federation but Union. It is mainly for two reasons viz.  (a) that the Indian Union is not the result of an agreement by the states and (b)...
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First year at law school was not just an ordinary year. It was 1000 hours of lecture, 120 hours of mooting, 60 hours of debating/arguing, 1500 hours of sleeping and 360 hours of internship. When a pilot with experience of...
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  Born in year 1985 as minor and lived so for major period of 18 years. When born, had no idea that I was like some random commodity that needs to be registered in the log book as it goes...
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Things you should know before you are a Law Student
Counseling rounds of almost every law school is now when over, students have fasten their seat belts to take off for new life at law school. To be a law student, one needs to be enrolled in a full time...
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This love letter is an excerpt taken from novel ‘Join the Bar’ by Brajesh Rajak. Dear Vidhi BediMy life, liberty and property204, Girls’ HostelThe Law SchoolPune, India. I am a student of second year (B.A.LL.B. Hons) in the same law...
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Diversity of India can be best seen in prisons. Tihar is one such place where it varies from suppressed labourers to powerful politicians, from uneducated rickshaw pullers to highly qualified MBAs. It is a place where irrespective of their religion,...
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National Law Universities/Schools, what is there status in terms of recognition by UGC. Whether they are Central Universities, States Universities, Deemed Universities, Private Universities, Autonomous institutions or Institutions of National importance. National Law Universities/Schools are..[Read more]...
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Now when CLAT 2011 is finally over and so does exam of other prestigious law school. It is high times one should make his/her mind clear on which law school to go for. Apparently CLAT this year has introduced centralized counseling...
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Capital Punishment....we can live without it
Capital punishment is an issue which figures prominently in philosophical, religious and political discussions, and has absorbed the attentions of law-makers and the public worldwide. Right wing politicians usually express strong support for capital punishment, while more moderate, liberal and...
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Just for you, I broke some heart We had a start, but are now apart Just for you, I broke some heart It was never easy, but now feels crazy Battle is tough, and I feel lazy Just for you,...
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What goes inside any layman when he come across a lawman, that how good is it to be a lawyer knowing the law and all about it. But the pith of the profession is skill of finding the law, not knowing...
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Ever wondered how a newfangled term became such an integral part of our life that in an event there is always a sense of uncertainty unless this so called technology is applied, how it has affected our life that even for...
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