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Literally meaning ‘Truth Alone Triumphs’ is the national motto of India post-independence. Analytically it should be the prime principle while administration of justice by any person or a body anywhere in the world. However, a particular provision of Indian Evidence Act, i.e. Section 112 is an anomaly to the abovementioned well-known rule of jurisprudence. In layman’s terms, it provides that a man shall be liable to accept a child as his own, if it is born during the continuance of his marriage with the mother of the child or within 280 days of their separation, unless lack of access is established. Now, in this age of advancement of medical science, DNA testing, establishes to a certain extent of surety whether the person is related to someone or not and is widely used in all other investigations except determining the paternity of a child. Here, the Courts believed that it is more important to protect the child from ‘basterdization’ or the mother from being labelled unchaste. But is it fair to burden a man with the responsibility of another man’s child or to live with a doubt as to faithfulness of his wife throughout his life? Let us explore these questions in our cover story written by Ramesh Kumar Maali, a graduate from Dr RML National Law University.

FLAIR TALK Magazine Description:

PublisherAll India Reporter Pvt. Ltd.





FLAIR TALK is India’s leading law magazine, launched by All India Reporter as part of their centenary completion. It simplifies law for the common man and summarises a wide variety of news stories from a legal lensview.

FLAIR provides a monthly preview of the latest case laws in the forthcoming AIR journals and publications. A modern, all colour A4 size magazine, it carries usable and informative content connecting the legal system with the world.

The target readership includes judges, advocates, corporates, professionals and students. Flair integrates strategies for focused branding and aims to capitalize in appointments, classifieds and legal domains of similar business classifications

All India Reporter:

All India Reporter is India’s largest law publication house since 1914. It has pioneered in reporting cases from the Supreme Court & all the High Courts, making it the most preferred choice of advocates across the country.

AIR strives to report as many cases as possible, including landmark judgements and research articles by legal luminaries; as a result no aspect of law remains untouched. This is a milestone feature that distinguishes AIR from other publications.

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