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India’s Children: And Their Eluding Rights

The err of humanity lies in it’s ingratitude. As we age in this unforgiving, but rather forgetful society, we are treated with more respect, looked at more admiringly. Mature, is what we call ourselves, and feel proud to have attained ‘sufficient understanding’ of the ways

Matthew Sadler

An academician specialising in Business and Commercial Law at Staffordshire University- United Kingdom Matthew Sadler is an academic from the UK-based Staffordshire University’s Law School and a specialist in Business and Commercial Law with a focus on the Law of Obligations, namely Contract Law &

Sunil Gupta, Senior Advocate

Coming from a town to Delhi to establish himself as an arguing counsel was not easy for     Mr. Sunil Gupta. Law was not his first love. He wanted to became a vocalist and was all set to go to Bombay with his dream. But

Humour- surgery

As the lawyer woke up after surgery, he said” “Why are all the blinds drawn?” The doctor answered: “There’s a big fire across the street, and we didn’t want you to think the operation was a failure.”

Humour- Sculpture of a rat

A tourist walks into a secluded antique shop. Picking through the objects on display he discovers a life-sized bronze sculpture of a rat. The sculpture is so fascinating, intriguing and unique he decides to buy it. “How much for the rat?” He asks. “Twelve dollars

Humour-Husband and Judge

Judge – You are saying your wife throws utensils and other objects on you. Husband – Yes your Honor Judge – From how long this is happening? Husband – it started after the marriage. Judge – How many years are now of  your marriage? Husband: