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CASE COMMENT:- A critique of Deelip Singh v. State of Bihar, AIR 2005 SC 203.

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BENCH:- Division Bench (Supreme Court) P. Venkatarama Reddi ,J P.P. Naolekar, J FACTS OF THE CASE:- The victim girl lodged a complaint to the police on 29.11.1988 i.e., long after the alleged act of rape against the appellant here. By the date of report she was pregnant by six months. The victim girl alleged that […]

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SILENT SLAVES:THE DOMESTIC WORKERS

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Sakshi Vijay Niharika Bapna ABSTRACT Domestic workers are a part of every Indian household, yet they remain unnoticed even in the eyes of law. They are ill treated and exploited within the four walls. Laws are made but are hardly communicated and rarely implemented. Its unbelievable that the Indian society is taking the services of […]

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CHILD LABOUR IN INDIA-PRESENT SCENARIO

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Jyoti Angrish Every child is a gift of God –a gift must be nurtured with care and affection, with in the family and society. But unfortunately due to socio-economic and cultural problems, the code of child centeredness was replaced by neglect, abuse and deprivation, particularly in the poverty afflicted sections of the society. (1) While […]

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Healthcare professional as workmen under the industrial Disputes Act, 1947

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 The law relating to labour and employment in India is primarily known under the broad category of “Industrial Law”. Industrial law in this country is of recent vintage and has developed in respect of the vastly increased awakening of the workers of their rights, particularly after the advent of Independence. Industrial relations embrace a complex […]

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Maastricht University Unveils Maastricht Education and Research Centre in Bangalore

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Bangalore, December 06, 2010: Maastricht University (UM), one of the finest research universities in The Netherlands inaugurated the Maastricht Education and Research Centre (MERC), in Bangalore today. A subsidiary of Maastricht University, MERC will foster academic collaboration with Indian Institutes and conduct joint researches of social relevance in India. On this occasion, Maastricht University signed […]

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PROGRESSIVE ABOLITION OF CHILD LABOUR

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 “What I am today is because of education and I want every Indian child to be so touched by the light of education” -Prime Minister Dr.Manmohan Singh.           Children are the future custodians of all the present philosophies including sovereignty, rule of law, justice, liberty, fraternity and international peace and security.  The human rights jurisprudence […]

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