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China, constitutionalism and the judiciary

Can constitutional government exist in the absence of a free and independent judicial system? I ask this question in light of a recent article in the… 337 more words

Comparative Law

GOP Attorney General Says It Is ‘Unethical’ To Keep Fighting Marriage Equality In Court

By: Ian Millhiser

A federal judge held on Friday that marriage equality is protected by the Constitutionand the state of Arizona may no longer deny equal marriage rights to same-sex couples. 287 more words

Law

Orissa in Quagmire of AIDS; High Court Ruling and Minister’s Order Rot under Red Tapes!

Subhas Chandra Pattanayak
Orissa is in Quagmire of AIDS. The Government has not yet studied to what extent it has spread in the State. But the figure must be alarmingly high as the State has failed to stop supply of infected blood through the Blood Banks, despite specific direction of the High Court of Orissa, that had even punished the State Government with Rs.3 lakhs to be paid as compensation in a case where it was established beyond doubts that a boy of only 17 months of age had been infected with this dreaded disease consequent upon receiving transfusion of infected blood supplied by Government Blood Bank, BMC Hospital, Bhubaneswar, on an operation table. 1,998 more words

News

Jayalalithaa release from Jail: Has Supreme Court gone wrong?

Jayalalithaa release from Jail: Has Supreme Court gone wrong?

-Dr. Abdul Ruff Colachal

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Supreme Court, the highest legal-justice delivery avenue for India,   has ordered the release of ex-chief minister of Tamil Nadu Jayalalithaa by quashing the orders of Bangalore High Court.   807 more words

Cricket Fixings

JAWI impatient to punish Kassim Ahmad

October 18,2014

George Town, Penang

JAWI impatient to punish Kassim Ahmad

by V.Anbalagan, Assistant News Editor, The Malaysian Insider

Activist Kassim Ahmad’s trial in a shariah court on Monday (October 19, 2014) for insulting Islam and defying the religious authorities will proceed as scheduled. 657 more words

Politics

CBCP barking at the wrong tree

I understand there is no love lost between the members of the Catholic Bishops’ Conference and President Benigno Aquino (PNoy), but they should put their expression of dismay, and hatred, if you may, against the president in the right context. 440 more words

Government

Traffic situation in India (or Ahmedabad)

Watching Satyamev Jayte, and it reminds me the blog post of mine, in which I had included the traffic situation in Ahmedabad.

The first reaction from a person, who is a law abiding citizen and follows the rules and regulations with honesty, but in the end he is proven a fool. 1,335 more words

Law And Order In India