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Why do men Rape: Lessons from the Law

Why do men Rape: Lessons from the Law

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Rape is an inexcusable crime committed overwhelmingly by males against females. Especially in the recent past, older males rape vulnerable young children who become victims of this heinous offense and this is becoming a very serious concern in this nation at large. Surveys of the National Sexual Violence Resource Centre show that a majority of rapes are unplanned which in fact disproves the theory that therapists are usually ‘provoked’ by the flimsy clothing worn by the victim. More often than not, rapists usually tend to ascertain their power of dominance by overpowering physical urge on innocent vulnerable victims. One begins to ponder the reason as to why there is an increase in the number of rapes across this nation, especially child rapes: 1. Psychologists suggest that rapist
Judicial Appointments : All you want to know

Judicial Appointments : All you want to know

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The Constitutional Bench issued directions to High Courts in every State to set up an ‘independent body’ for recommending suitable candidates in the appointment of High Court Judges and also for consideration of elevation of a High Court Judge to the Apex Court. Although the prescribed direction is not complied with, yet strangely appointments of High Court Judges and Supreme Court Judges are being made left, right and centre! The moor question lingering in the minds of all conscience oriented people is ‘whether the appointment[s] made in contravention to the above judgement of the Apex Court is valid? Candidly it amounts to violation of the judgement which consequently warrants action under the Contempt of Courts Act, hitherto no action whatsoever is imitated so far’! Article 217 of
Child Rape Ordinance – A FLAWED LAW, AN EYEWASH!

Child Rape Ordinance – A FLAWED LAW, AN EYEWASH!

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The Ordinance passed on child rapists today aims at protecting girl child by laying down ‘new laws’ with deterrent punishments such as: ‘in case of rape of a girl under 16 years, minimum punishment has been increased from 10 years to 20 years, extendable to imprisonment for rest of life, which shall mean imprisonment till that person’s natural life. In case of rape of a girl under 12 years, the minimum punishment is that of 20 years imprisonment, which can be increased to imprisonment for life or the death penalty.’ Some may claim, commemorate and celebrate that a new and a huge step has been taken for safety of our daughters, sisters, and mothers etc., but the ugly truth is, this new law is a barren, vain and above all a close imitation of an existing collapsing measure taken in al
Here is all about Arbitration Law

Here is all about Arbitration Law

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Alternative dispute resolution (ADR) ‘is a new graft, like a new heart or a new kidney.’ In the words of the living legend Justice V.R.Krishna Iyer it is ‘justice beyond the pale of judicial jurisdiction.’ However, the traditional attitude of Courts towards ADR has always been paternalistic since ADR was not ingrained in the legal system. Although ADR aims to resolve disputes between disagreeing parties without litigation in an informal trial, wherein an impartial third party settles the dispute, substantive law is engendered intensely within the legal system and too much emphasis is given to ‘lawyering.’ However, arbitration a limb to ADR is a fairly simple process by which a dispute[s] or difference[s] between two or more parties as to their mutual legal rights and liabilities is ref
Sterlite Issue: Here is what Law has to say

Sterlite Issue: Here is what Law has to say

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Perhaps it is a rare occurrence, but this is what happened when the Additional Chief Secretary to Government (in his letter dated 23.5.2018 in TS/329 – 1/2018) the State’s highest Administrate functionary, a public servant, who is more accountable especially when possessing democratic accountability and is qualitatively more liable than others to the Citizens, ought to have been fundamental erudite while passing the Order was oath bound to dispense public justice without fear or favour, affection or ill-will. However his legal perception, slipped into an accidental innocence of jurisprudence, and such Orders must also contain reasons for such direction and also shall be forwarded to a Review Committee” as per the Temporary Suspension of Telecom Services Rules 2017 and his Order to temp
This is what Indian Law has to say about Triple Talak

This is what Indian Law has to say about Triple Talak

Law
- Acjs   Conflicts between two extreme extremist puts the audience in the rings. Like the cricket match between India-Pakistan , atheist-believer, church and science has been canvas for various images for the world today . At end of the day victory is for the man-kind’s well-being.A new era was created when the religion and constitution fought head on head on Aug 22,2017. After a heated and emotional arguments from petitioner and respondent of the triple Talaq case ,the Supreme court of India went hard against the respondent and flagged the importance of equal rights for the women thus sending a strong message to all that all religious evil-practice will be removed from the root and will value every citizen of the country. Over the several decades women have competed and gained
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