Have we done enough for differently-abled?

One of the most misunderstood segment of our society, who face obstacles of stereotypical mindsets, regarded as sheer objects of charity and sympathy, discriminated at the point of disenchantment, at the mercy of their caregivers, treated worse than...

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Equity and equality be congruent for women?

Occasionally I cogitate about jurisprudence issues pertinent to women and gender equality impelling me to figure a possible decoction to them. Exemplars being: Does any nation give abridged equality to women? Is our existence construed by our gender? Is...

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Lawyers as catalyst for development

"Our lives begin to end the day we become silent about things that matter." — Martin Luther King, Jr., Baptist minister and civil rights activist The single-most universal phenomenon creating a constant constituent that surpasses all boundaries and...

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Fundamental Principles on Child Safety

The fundamental principles to be followed in the determination of a case involving a sexual offence against a child have been laid down in various international instruments and in the Preamble to the POCSO Act, 2012 itself. The State Governments, the...

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Adoption Laws in India for Hindus

Adoption is one way of controlling and preventing the raging problem of female feticides and crimes against women in India. And what better way of giving a nice so normal life to a kid who really needs it. Over the past few years, agencies and adoptive...

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Judicial Separation for Hindu Married Couples

For most couples, marriage is bliss but it’s true to believe that there are many unfortunate couples whose marriages are on the rocks. Their marital life becomes a nightmare due to various factors, including marital discord and divergence of...

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