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How to circumvent law without bribing or killing the judge

Here is how law can be circumvented without offering a bribe of Rs 100 crore or inducing heart attack to the trial judge.

A doctor, specialist in his field, was the Head of Department in an eminent Government hospital in Delhi. 349 more words

Government

The Right to Privacy Judgment

Justice K.S. Puttaswamy vs Union of India judgment, popularly known as the Right to Privacy judgment is undoubtedly one of the landmark judgment of present times. 351 more words

World Events

Judicial Activism or Retreating Parliament

Judicial activism has been a much talked about topic in the newspaper this year. The Indian constitution has provided for a balance of power among the three arms of the government. 407 more words

World Events

More judicial harassment

The military dictatorship has repeatedly used the judiciary to harass its political opponents. It has also repeatedly used this harassment against individuals. It is at it again. 346 more words

NBA President Says Law Student Was Right For Not Removing Her Hijab|FortNews


The Nigerian Bar Association President, Mr AB Mahmoud SAN has weighed in the hijab Controversy generated by the refusal of the council of Legal Education to call a law student, Amasa Firdaus to Bar for refusal to remove her hijab prior to the call ceremony held in Abuja. 112 more words

Local News

Atiku Is Not Fit To Rule Nigeria

In 2006/2007 the police (EFCC) and the judiciary had more than enough to pursue the criminal offences of both Obasanjo and Atiku. But nothing happened. These arms of government are totally useless.

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Nigeria

Hey, It’s Photo Friday!

Ten years ago, PBS presented a four-part series on the nation’s highest court. Produced by WNET in New York, The Supreme Court premiered on January 31, 2007 and was repeated on UNC-TV a handful of times over the next few years. 71 more words

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