Wednesday, September 22, 2021
Want create site? Find Free WordPress Themes and plugins.


Want create site? Find Free WordPress Themes and plugins.

By Inderjit Badhwar

It had been more than a year since I had heard from my friend, the world-renowned artist and sculptor, Jatin Das. Last week when my iphone flashed his name, I answered not without tinges of trepidation and guilt—I was nervous about his health in these Covid times, and guilty that I had not called him for so long.

He was fine, thank God! In fact, more than fine and positively bubbling with his trademark chatter. We exchanged our lockdown experiences and home confinement blues. I told him about how India Legal had regularly covered a wide gamut of legal issues affecting victims of the pandemic, especially the countless million hungry migrants trudging home on foot for hundreds of miles.

 Jatin has been chronicling the miseries, trials and tribulations of these hapless men, women and children as only an artist can—on his drawing paper and canvases. Strictly speaking, this is not a typical India Legal story, but I reproduce here Jatin’s letter to me (read below) along with never-seen-before sketches which I am sure will serve as powerfully to lawyers and judges as legal briefs to document the grief and hardships of India’s wretched of the earth. As and when the lockdown eases, Jatin plans to exhibit these images (above) in galleries across the world.


Did you find apk for android? You can find new Free Android Games and apps.

News Update

Why aren’t international institutions so easily accessible to Indian lawyers, professors: Justice P.S. Narasimha

The Indian Society of International Law (ISIL) on Wednesday inaugurated its Post Graduation Diploma Courses for 2021-22 and also, the Convocation ceremony for its 2019-20 and 2020-21 batches.

Delhi High Court directs Delhi govt, IHBAS to explain why they didn’t constitute state mental health authority

A single-judge Delhi High Court bench was hearing a plea to set up the State Mental Health Authority (‘SMHA’) and the Mental Health Review Board (‘MHRB’) for Delhi in compliance with the obligations under the Mental Healthcare Act, 2017.

Rs 50,000 per Covid death: NDMA recommends ex-gratia payment in affidavit to Supreme Court

Center said in an affidavit in the Supreme Court that the NDMA has recommended an amount of Rs 50,000 each as ex-gratia payment to covid-19 deceased families. The Affidavit, was filed by Govind Mohan, Additional Secretary, Ministry of Home Affairs, was in response to Supreme Court directions.

Supreme Court reserves verdict on plea seeking free education to every child with special needs, disabled children

The Supreme Court on Wednesday reserved its judgment on a petition seeking directions to ensure free and compulsory education to each and every Child With Special Need (CWSN)/Disabled Children by initiating the process of appointment of Special Teachers as per the Teacher Pupil ratio, which is 1:5.
Did you find apk for android? You can find new Free Android Games and apps.