The Use of Force against Terrorism: Does International Law fall Victim

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terrorism

Post 9/11 ‘use of force’ in international law and much of the
understandings towards it has undergone great evolution. The
international world is at the hinge of the history as many of the old regime falls and new threats emerge. The challenges this have created for the traditional system have been unparalleled. The ghastly act of bombing… Read more »

Necessity for the enactment of Space Law in India

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Space Law

INTRODUCTION One of the most challenging and interesting areas of law is the jurisprudence of space activities. Space, as a subject, a domain and a paradigm, fundamentally challenges collective human consensus worth several hundreds of years on subjects as elemental as sovereignty and ownership. What compounds the problem is that addressing space from a policy-making perspective involves… Read more »

Privy Council : An Overview

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Privy Counci

INTRODUCTION If we overview the history of Indian Legal System, it clearly reveals that the Indian Legal System is more or less based on the English Legal System. In fact, the systematic development of Indian judicial institutions, judicial principles, laws etc. has occurred during British regime itself. Besides this, the British regime in India has… Read more »

Khap Panchayats : An Overview

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Khap Panchayats

INTRODUCTION In India, the Panchayati Raj system was introduced with the aim of decentralization and democratization.  Yet there remain certain mysteries.  Khap Panchayats, the self proclaimed courts of caste lords in a village, enjoy full legitimacy and authority among the section of their caste as custodian of honour.  It is through them that most regressive… Read more »

Bar Council of India

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Bar Council of India

INTRODUCTION The Bar Council of India is a statutory body that regulates and represents the Indian bar. It was created by Parliament under the Advocates Act, 1961. It prescribes standards of professional conduct, etiquettes and exercises disciplinary jurisdiction over the bar. It also sets standards for legal education and grants recognition to Universities whose degree… Read more »

Doctrine Of Seperation of Powers

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Separation of Powers

ADMINISTRATIVE LAW TOPIC: – DOCTRINE OF SEPERATION OF POWERS By :-PRASHANTI UPADHYAY   INTRODUCTION   The doctrine of Separation of Powers is of ancient origin. The history of the origin of the doctrine is traceable to Aristotle. In the 16th and 17th Centuries, French philosopher John Boding and British Politician Locke respectively had expounded the… Read more »