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Freedom of Speech and  Religious Sentiments

Drawing Lines in the Sand Recent times have seen a virtual war—a war not quite unlike the ‘war on terror’ launched by President Bush. It is war with an obscure enemy, a war between free-speech liberalists and religious sentiment toting traditionalists. While the mandarins demand


Political obligation is a very important and determinative factor in the functioning and sustenance of a government. This concept becomes all the more important when we look at it in the context of a coalition government. India is a country fraught with political complexities of


Thomas Jefferson, the principal author of the American Declaration of Independence and the third American President, once asked himself in a moment of introspection, ‘In what country on earth would you rather live?’ He first answered, ‘Certainly in my own where are all my friends my relations and


The breakdown of the Joint Family system due to advancement in society through influence of western nations led to initiation of the nuclear family. The dismantling of the Joint family resulted in withdrawal of the support system which acted as a buffer to weather difficult


The Real Estate Regulatory Authority (RERA)

Introduction: Government of India enacted The Real Estate (Regulation and Development) Act, 2016 in order to establish the Real Estate Regulatory Authority for regulation and promotion of the real estate sector and to ensure sale of plot, apartment of building, as the case may be,

Rights Of Animals

An Overview Of Efforts Of International Non Governmental and Inter Governmnetal Organisations Man’s association with the animal is very common. With the change of time and historicity, it has been reoriented from time to time. Animals are a hugely important part of human world. They are relied

Right of Copyright Holders in Sharing the Revenue

The controversy arising out of Music Director Illayyaraja issuing legal notice to singer SP Balasubramainiam, who was on tour to US to commemorate Fifty Years of his Playback singing career brought the subject of royalties to be shared with lyricists and music directors into sharp focus. The Copyright Act (Amendment) Bill

Retributive Or Reformatory Punishment

To be judged and yet to judge not, Is the greatest of gifts, man has got. For if such, could think us all, Would an unjust justice, bring about our downfall? To punish, a mockery, we’ve made, To please our soul, that we’ve fairly played!