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The recent gang rape in Delhi did not just bring about the of the Criminal Law (Amendment) Act, 2013. It brought with it a mass outcry for the protection of women and their upliftment. It came with a call to extend...
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Experiences make a person what he or she is mainly in his thoughts and ideas. Thoughts and ideas may not remain same all the time but they may as well change with the experiences that a person may undergo in his...
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The reviews for Calcutta Chronicles' were not only unexpected - they were elating and above all humbling - I always thought of myself as someone who could draw sad faces better than happy ones (I actually can!). So for my readers...
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*There are two reasons for writing this despite the hectic schedule and the tremendous workload this semester. First being – the storm clouds. The ones that you see in the month of June - just beyond the spires of the Calcutta...
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The moment you enter the last year of your graduation, the only thing that matters is the JOB! People tend to ask your parents about you and parents ask you the dreaded question - 'Have you thought of anything?'. That is...
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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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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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Violence serves as a universal common denominator for any conduct that is abhorrent, and in aberration to the tenets of human rights values which serve as the foundation stone for peace and semblance in the society. Violence is however a means...
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This poem is a modification of my favorite poem by Alfred Lord Tennyson ‘Charge of the Light Brigade’.After CLAT 2011,I  thought this was apt and finally got the time to modify it today.Hope you all enjoy it! Half a league, half...
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I decided to get a real taste of courts this time and therefore decided to intern in a litigation firm. The National Law Universities after all were established with the aim of increasing the level of the ‘BAR’.I get off...
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well guys this is my first attempt at blogging so please be encouraging and feel free to let me know my weaknesses To begin with i would define law as a a general set of rules which ensure that people behave...
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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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Law. The very word evokes fear, awe, and respect in our minds. If not for the sake of the man-made law, we certainly bow before the natural law, as ordained by the Almighty. As I narrate this story, I see Law...
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Indians have always fantasized brands. Earlier it was the IIT brand which they wanted their kids to have and recently many people fancy the NLU brand. Some say that parents may have their set of apprehensions with their children pursuing law...
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