LAW MANTRA     (Think Beyond Others)
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    Karnataka govt. moves SC against the acquittal of Jayalalithaa

    On Tuesday, the Karnataka government approached the Supreme Court by way of a special leave petition, challenging the verdict of the Karnataka High Court which led to the acquittal of the AIADMK chief, J Jayalalithaa, in a disproportionate assets (DA) case. The High Court had overruled the decision of the trial court which had sentenced

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    Validity of Defamation Law

    The law of defamation is nothing but an endeavor to balance the two constitutional rights, to live with human dignity on one side and to be able to exercise the right to freedom of speech on the other. The law of defamation permits to sue those who injure a person’s reputation publicly. However, defamation law,

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  • Indian Citizenship to Bangladeshi Hindus

    In the year 2012, two NGOs, Swajan and Bimalangshu Roy Foundation, filed a petition which pleaded that Hindus and persons of other minorities from Bangladesh migrating to India to escape religious persecution must not be bracketed with illegal migrants and sent back. BJP government is formalizing a policy to this effect to grant citizenship status

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    Crèche Facilities in Supreme Court

    The Hon’ble Supreme Court of India is set to invite applications from female advocates and staff members for a crèche facility for their children. This was done after the promise of Chief Justice H L Dattu in January, 2015, to the Supreme Court Bar Association (SCBA) to introduce day care center and provide crèche facilities

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