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Plato was of the view that the ideal form of Government is one in which there is concentration of Governmental power. Bodin,a modern political thinker suggested that the function of administering justice should be entrusted to an independent authority. He pleaded for the separation of executive and judicial powers in the


Immanuel Kant was born in the East Prussian city of Königsberg, studied at its University, and worked there as a tutor and professor for more than forty years. Kant’s most original contribution to philosophy is his “Copernican Revolution,” which according to him is the representation that makes the object possible

Compensation for Acquisition under the Land Acquisition Act

The Supreme Court in Anjani Molu Dessai Vs. State of Goa has examined the legal position with regard to the payment of compensation for acquisition of land under the Land Acquisition Act. One of the main grievance raised by owners of such lands, is that the compensation


The Real Estate (Regulation and Development) Act, 2016 (RERA) seeks to protect homebuyers as well as boost investments in the real estate sector. RERA has come into force from May 1, 2017. Here’s a look at how the homebuyers will be benefited under the RERA.

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Commissioning surrogacy in India

India is known world wide for its permissive and liberal jurisdiction on surrogacy. Commercial and cross border, gestational and heterosexual surrogacy is legal and practiced in India. It is estimated that India’s commercial surrogacy is worth $ 2.5 billion dollar industry  producing nearly  2,000 surrogacy


Dear reader, this question has been hauntingus for pastfew years and probably it may be for you alsoand others, who have concern for the “ethics”in education.Before you start reading the student-professorconversation presented below, first let us try tounderstand the definitions of student and customer,of course

Crime and Criminal Law

Dhananjoy Chatterjee was hanged till death on Friday, 25th June 2004 for the rape and murder of a 14 year old school girl in her apartment in Calcutta on 5th March 1990. The Kanchi Sankaracharya, Jayendra Saraswati was arrested for his involvement in the murder of the Varadaraja

Necessity of Censorship in the age of Internet  

The advent of internet has completely changed the way people interact and work in daily lives and brought the entire globe on one’s palms. Gradually, even the governments have started incorporating the facility of internet in their operations and dissemination of public services, which has

Judicial Interpretations on Mass Media

Society is affected by the media multifariously. Media plays vital role to acquire information and knowledge. The world became closer and cohesive due to transmission of information. Mass media have played a leading role in shaping, guiding and reflecting the public opinion. A well developed media system, informing and teaching its citizens,