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The article of Mr B. Raman, the head of the Pakistan Desk at the Research and Analysis Wing (RAW), published on rediff.com adds new dimensions to the Yakub Memon case. It has raised questions about adherence to the principle of fair trial...
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Being the daughter of the Principal of a school in Pilani, Rajasthan and a first year law student at GLC, Mumbai I was really shocked when I heard about the chronicles of the Right to Education Act, 2009 [RTE Act].  The...
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Introduction Law has been the most variegated stream ever since it was incorporated in the human society. When one thinks of a vocation in law the first image that strike its mind is a dexterous person, dressed in black and white,...
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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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Law Students. The symbols of what is right, just and fair. The symbols of Truthfulness, Honesty, Morality and Ethics. The future saviors of equity, justice and good conscience. Is it? Hold On, People! If you think the above description of today's...
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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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I have my 4th semester examinations hurtling towards me at a supersonic speed. I find them hatching a bloody conspiracy against me, reminding me with every mile they traverse, the exorbitant power they possess, by which they can reduce the whole...
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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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Injustice in JusticeChapter I “I was never like this” were the words of the twenty year old boy Vijaynath. He could speak no more although a lot was expected to be said. He had been sentenced to 7 years of imprisonment...
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Note - If you are offended by regional stereotypes, or stereotypes of any other sort, please refrain from reading. Thanks :) Another year, another day, another sweaty evening in law school. From the terrace of my hostel, I survey my kingdom....
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DISCLAIMER:   This post has been inspired from the pure love that I have developed for the law over the past few months. ‘Law is a fundamental body of principles which has been codified.’ This is what  most of us are taught...
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Yep. So here I am finally starting a new epoch in my not so happening Life. Am finally entering into the mystical and magical realms of the blogosphere. And what a platform to share my blog with all my peers and contemporaries!...
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