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Ctrl + C and Ctrl + V . If you are reading this, you must have used it!  It’s perhaps the most commonly used keyboard shortcuts on planet earth. Their importance is such that a religion Kopimism has been founded upon...
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When you need it (access to a legal database) the most you dont have it. This post helps you to use Google in such situations. If not researching otherwise also these tips could help you find better result for your queries...
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With the increase in the number of appointments of women as CEOs around the globe, I am starting to notice that the basic nature of a woman is finally being put to use to create more value for the world. The...
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  The 4th NLIU-Juris Corp Moot Court Competition is back. This year there are prizes worth Rs. 1, 10,000 to be won. Winner: 50,000 Runner Up: 30,000 Best Speaker: 10,000 Best Researcher: 10,000 Best Memorial: 10,000.  One of the most...
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It was the sunny morning on 25th august 2013 which was awaited by thousands to bid for there fate. The day of ALL INDIA BAR EXAMINATION- V, the easiest to see but rudest to be. No material, No course structure, No...
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I’m sure all of you are quite familiar with various posts where lawyers have ranted about their lives (yes, their only means of escape is writing blogs under pseudonyms and finding solace in the comments section). There have been some particularly...
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Well, this is the question which is revolving in my mind constantly from the day I heard about the famous celebrity Jiah khan suicide. She was an aspiring actress & had achieved great success in the starting years of her career....
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Historical research is a very interesting exercise as it brings forth. This post discusses one such event. Most of us know that a five judge Bench of the Supreme Court in Bharat Aluminium Co. v. Kaiser Aluminium Co. (pdf)(BALCO) has held that...
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 Indian Judicial system, just like our country has come a long way from a system that had many flaws set up during the British rule, to the modern day watchdog of both the ‘legislature’ as well as the ‘executive’ of India;...
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The Rakshasa epitomizes the bad guy in Indian mythology. Often portrayed as an evolutionary throwback, he has fangs, claws and a thirst for human blood. He can grow large at will and is often a shapeshifter. He is shown wearing garlands...
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A Raped System - Government of India Widespread outrage in India over the brutal gang-rape of a 23-year-old woman in New Delhi has led to a chorus of calls to toughen the nation’s rape and sexual assault laws and speed up...
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Variously touted as the great equalizer or a common pack animal, the law has served many purposes. But no matter how many times it is reinvented or regurgitated, the gargantuan body of rules that passes for the law in this country...
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Today the world scenario holds the position in which crime against woman is doubling with passage of time. In primal times, women were regarded inferior to men and were subjected to some pitiful acts which are continuing since time immemorial. Be...
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The Preamble to the Constitution of India says  that we the people of India having resolved ourselves into a sovereign socialist secular democratic republic also resolve to secure to all its citizens justice economic, social and political, liberty of thought, expression,...
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Man are born free but are bound In chains A simple statement made by Brusso, can be interpreted in many ways. Let us deal with different opinions regarding a simple statement -Boundaries and obligations: Here it can be referred as boundaries...
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In India at this time assembly elections are on the verge in 5 states and prioritized criteria of every political party is to entice large number of population to secure votes in their favor. Since the election commission has ruled out...
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Dirty picture is a biopic based on Silk Smitha. It’s a story of a rebel who challenged the society that worshipped her secretly for her sexuality but was unwilling to accept her as one among them. It’s a slap on the...
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Cut throat Competition needs no introduction. We are all so familiar with it. It starts right from an young age wherein you’re compared with your siblings or your cousins and when ever families meet all they discuss is how well their...
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I was quite amused to note some of the comments received from a handful of legal professionals to my earlier post "law firms need to learn from Anna Hazare". What really amused me were the comments (and believe me some were hilarious)...
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"What’s the use of law research? Even if there is good research, that doesn’t get translated into law reform. So what’s the point?" This flurry of questions was what I had to face last night from a friend of mine for...
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