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R (Miller) v Secretary of State for Exiting the European Union [2016] EWHC 2768 – A remarkable decision by the High Court of England and Wales on notification under Article 50 of the Treaty on European Union and the quintessential executive...
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I recently had an opportunity to be a part of a "literacy program", as it was called, on girl students' exploitation and protection. It was organized by the Dharwad District Legal Services Authority, in association with the Children's Academy, the Women...
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One thing that has virtually mesmerized the whole world these days is perhaps ‘DEMOCRACY’. Though it is not of nascent origin and has been in vogue for past couple of centuries in some form or the other in many countries, its...
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In the Democratic Assembly of Uttar Pradesh   In Re Bahujan Samaj Party v. Samajwadi Party, Bharatiya Janta Party+, Indian National Congress + and Ors. [Election Commission of India Notification 1 of 2012] Along with National Democratic Alliance, Bahujan Samaj Party,...
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  On 26th June 1975, a shocked nation heard Indira Gandhi’s unmistakable voice declare in All India Radio “The President has proclaimed emergency. This is nothing to panic about.” Perhaps its obvious that when someone uses such a defensive approach, the...
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