A Legal Puzzle not Easy to Solve

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 Amba Charan Vashishth Strange are the ways of God. Terian tu hee jane. (Only God knows how He conducts Himself), so goes another saying. No less strange are the ways of law. The thousands of enactments that have gushed out of the statute book of our State and Central legislatures since the colonial rule and after India… Read more »

A freebie of two side effects with one medicine

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By Amba Charan Vashishth Media carries a very happy and heartening report that a research institute has developed an intravenous injection that will do away with suffering of a severe backache forever.  If that happens, it will provide another life to the ailing. In the present day lifestyle, backache is a very common painful experience…. Read more »

‘Godse’ no longer an unparliamentary word : LS Speaker undoes an old wrong Better late than never

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Godse' no longer an unparliamentary word - Sumitra Mahajan

Our politicians can safely be accused of acting in a huff in a fit of sentimentalism losing and ignoring sense of logic. One such instance was declaring the word “Godse” as unparliamentary. Within just over five months of India gaining freedom and the wounds of partition being yet very fresh and bleeding, the unfortunate assassination… Read more »

Constitution and morality Parliamentary Contradictions Over FDI

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By AmbaCharanVashishth THE illustrious framers of our Constitution were men of character, morality, intelligence and farsightedness in their own right. Their singular consideration was the interest and future of the nation, and nothing else. Although more than 80 per cent ~ maybe even more ~ of the members of the Constituent Assembly belonged to the… Read more »