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Glorification of Women versus Belligerent Female Foeticide in India

In Voluntary Health Assn. of Punjab v. Union of India, (2013) 4 SCC 1, the Supreme Court in its watershed judgment on female foeticide decided it to be the most aggravated form of dehumanization of the human race. The court was observed to have stated that the "Law prohibits it; Scriptures forbid it; philosophy condemns it; ethics deprecate it; morality decries it, and social science abhors it.” It’s time the executive pulled up its socks and tightened the noose around implementation of the PC & PNDT Act. The duality around women with exhalation of deities and contrasting blatant disregard for their basic human rights needs to break the confounds of mere academic debate and reinforce the tenets on which the Constitution of India rests.

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Stop Dividing India On Minority-Majority Basis: BJP LEADER ASHWINI UPADHYAY

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Cross Border Marriages And Misuse Of Territorial Jurisdiction

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Removal of Arbitrator under Section 11 of the Arbitration & Conciliation Act, 1996? A welcome step

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GNCTD Bill is getting on the nerves of Delhi Government. Know Why.

The Twenty Reasons why Supreme Court must strike down Places of Worship Act.

Barbaric invaders destroyed a number of places of worship and pilgrimage to make Hindus Jains Buddhists Sikhs to realize that they have been conquered and have to follow the dictum of the Ruler. Hindu...

Farm Laws- A perspective to move past the impasse

A prerequisite for attaining the objective of these laws, or in fact any law in question, would be legal awareness. A community should be aware of their rights and only then will they be able to evade...

How to save Stamp duty, Legally?

The Indian Stamp Act, 1899 (In short ISA) prescribes Stamp Duty payable inter-alia on transfer of Immovable Property. The mode for transfer of Immovable Property can be Sale, Gift or Exchange as defin...

Right of Accused - Section 207, Code Of Criminal Procedure, 1973

Right of Accused - Section 207, Code Of Criminal Procedure, 1973

Legalising MSP May Incur Heavy Losses Exclusively To Farmers Of Punjab and Haryana

Legalising MSP May Incur Heavy Losses Exclusively To Farmers Of Punjab and Haryana.. Farmers Protest, Farmers Protest 2020, MSP, Adv Vijay Sardana

The Farmers Acts – A Bird’s Eye View

The newly enacted Farmers Laws have been a point of burning debate in the country. The Government ensures that the legislations will open fresh avenues for farmers and bring in a steady rise in their ...

Maharashtra Control of Organized Crime Act, 1999 Explained by Adv. Ravi Drall, Delhi High Court

To make special provisions for prevention and control of, and for coping with, criminal activity by organized crime syndicate or gang, and for matters connected there will or incidental thereto. Th...

#WhoGetsToDecide: Age of Consent

The infamous episode which shook the country by terror in December 2012, the ‘Nirbhaya Gang Rape Case’, introduced an Amendment in the Juvenile Justice Act, 2000, through the Juvenile Justice (Car...

Courts Infrastructure In India & Concerns

If for some reasons computers cannot be installed then type writers should be used with the permission of the concerned High court after informing the concerned High court about the circumstances as t...


The present situation calls for a gender neutral provision to this effect with less severe punishment as well as to be made bailable and which may not be governed by strict rule of evidence alike sect...



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