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Tribunals on Trial

In a TV discussion on prime time programme India Legal, part of APN news channel, Editor-in-Chief Rajshri Rai discusses the problems plaguing tribunals. These include lack of infrastructure, unsatisf...

Law as a career choice: Do we really have a choice?

By Swati Jindal Garg For all those who are wondering as to what this title is all about… well, it is all about the career choices that one is faced with these days! Gone is the era when all one co...

Human trafficking: A modern-day slavery

By Agrima Aron & Akshat Gautam Human trafficking is becoming an increasingly prevalent issue around the world as most of the victims of these crimes are young girls, women, and children. These yo...

Constitution of India: A handwritten masterpiece

The provisions in the Constitution of India relating to citizenship, elections, provisional parliament, temporary & transitional provisions were given immediate effect from November 26, 1949. The rest of the Constitution came into force on January 26, 1950.

Does ‘Right to Education’ exist in India ?

By Satyam Singh Rajput When it comes to ensuring better education for everyone, even the Hon'ble courts have failed to ensure that. Allowing private colleges and universities to charge development...

Sanction to Prosecute Public Servant: Is the “shield” protective enough?

By Sonia Mathur, Senior Advocate The Government of India celebrates April 21st as “Civil Services Day” as an occasion for civil servants to rededicate themselves to the cause of society and its ci...

Adoptions laws: No stake holder should be given an absolute free hand

The nation's children are a supremely important asset. Their nurture and solicitude are our responsibility. Children's programmes should find a prominent part in our national plans for the development of human resources, so that our children grow up to become robust citizens

National Doctors Day: Need Central law to save healthcare workers from assault & violence

National Doctors Day–It is an underlying fact that the doctors and other medical/paramedical personnel have stood tall in front of the pandemic risking their own lives, and tirelessly worked to save the lives of their countrymen.

“Lok Adalats are essential to shed such unwanted burden on courts with respect to cases that can be easily disposed of”: Justice UU Lalit

“We have to face challenges posed by the Covid Pandemic and we have to overcome these challenges” - Justice U.U. Lalit The Supreme Court Judge, Justice Uday Umesh Lalit & Executive Chairm...

Judicial Activism

The Montesquieun principle of ‘separation of powers’ elucidates that each wing of the State would operate in its own respective sphere- with specific duties, obligations and roles assigned to them.

News Update

Farmer blocking roads: 4-member committee formed for discussion, says Haryana in SC

Haryana government told the Supreme Court that sincere efforts were being made to remove the blockades from Inter-State roads and National Highways and to resume free flow of traffic on those roads for the convenience of general public by way of persuading the Farmers/Farmer’s Organisations to cooperate

Bombay High Court grants bail to man booked for post against Dr BR Ambedkar on social media

A man booked for putting up a post on his Facebook account, which allegedly disrespected Dr Bhimrao Ramji Ambedkar (Baba Saheb Ambedkar), was granted anticipatory bail by the Bombay High Court on a PR bond of Rs 20,000
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