The predominance of English as legal language disempowers the masses as there is a gap between folk and official language. It only enables the elite to expropriate the business of law. This is antithetical to the spirit of democracy.
Tarun J Tejpal’s book is set in an unnamed world of iron bars, but it is not a prison novel. It is a novel about politics, law, love, society, cops, media and the million mutinies that rage around us. It is a monumental work, an audacious ode to the human spirit.
International law, also identified as public international law and law of nationals is a collection of laws, norms, and principles which are widely accepted in international relations. The definition of international laws relates to international relations. Many legal systems accept international tradition, treaties, and general principles of law as origins of international law.
Two petitions have sought gender and religion-neutral laws in adoption and guardianship and for divorce and alimony in tune with the spirit of the Constitution after considering international laws as well.