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Euthanasia, Competition Act, International Status the Right to Vote, E-governance, Judiciary of England & Wales, Presidential Pardon, Should Judge be a Hermit, Public Interest Litigation, Indian Secularism

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Right To Information
In India, the movement for the right to information has been as vibrant in the hearts of marginalized people as it is in the pages of academic journals and in the media.- - Vikas Kumar & Shashank Manish - Added Date: 25 Oct 2007

Right To Information
This information deals with the power given to the public for accountability of Bureaucracies. - - Sudhir Kumar & Shashank Manish - Added Date: 26 Oct 2007

minorities rights
it focuses on constitutional rights of minorities to establish and administer educational institutions - - Ajay bishnoi - Added Date: 27 Oct 2007

The State of Madras vs. Smt. Champakam Dorairajan
This article is a case comment on The State of Madras vs. Smt. Champakam Dorairajan - - Sudhir Kumar and Shashank Manish - Added Date: 28 Oct 2007

Euthanasia
A deliberate termination of life on an individual's request, by another, in medical terminology, the active and deliberate termination of life on patient's request, by a doctor - - Surya Bhan Singh Billawria - Added Date: 27 Nov 2007

Competition Act
This article is all about the shortcomings of the Competition Act,2002. The Author tried to find out the source of the Competition Act, 2002 and also what more is required in the Act. Author has mainly consulted Halsboury’s books and European Union Regulations on Competition. - - Ashutosh - Added Date: 12 Dec 2007

International Status the Right to Vote
The right to vote is a well-established norm of international law. Significant international treaties, including the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights and regional agreements such as the American Convention on Human Rights, enshrine citizens’ - - Manish Lakhawat - Added Date: 18 Dec 2007

Role of Law in E-governance
This paper specifically deals with E-governance in India, and prevalent laws applicable to it .Firstly, I have discussed the developments made by India with respect to e-governance. And later have highlighted the problems with the existing Law, compared the same with the other developed countries, and suggested requisite changes for better implementation of e-governance in India. - - Akanksha - Added Date: 9 Jan 2008

Judiciary Of England & Wales
General information about the judiciary Of England & Wales - including who they are, what they do, key statistics, speeches and judgements - - Adv.Tarun .D Choudhury - Added Date: 12 Jan 2008

Presidential Pardon
The dynamic nature & the changing dimensions round us impulses changes in the concept of morality & law. - - Abhishek Kumar Pandey - Added Date: 21 Jan 2008

Abolish Reservation
Abolish Reservation - Added Date: 26 Jan 2008

Should Judge be a Hermit
A person who has withdrawn from society and lives a solitary existence; a recluse is the most simple inference that can be drawn. Hermit is someone who doesn’t look for answers - - Ritika Behl - Added Date: 2 Feb 2008

Rights Of Senior Citizen
The population of the elderly persons has been increasing over the years. As per the UNESCO estimates, the number of the aged(60+) is likely to 590 million in 2005 - - Dr. Rakesh Kumar Singh - Added Date: 6 Feb 2008

Public Interest Litigation
This Article deals with the law and various caselaws on Public Interest Litigation in India and the mechanism for protection of human rights through Public Interest Litigation - - Vishal P. Bhat - Added Date: 8 Feb 2008

Indian Secularism And Subsidy For Religious Populism
If India is to remain a secular country, the State must refrain from privileging any religion over another. Accommodation of minorities must not turn into minority communalism. - - Dr. Rakesh Kr. Singh - Added Date: 15 Feb 2008
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