LawZ Magazine - October 2018
LawZ Magazine - October 2018
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In this issue
Quoting Goethe, “I am what I am, so take me as I am,” the Chief Justice of India, Deepak Misra and a panel of judges excised Section 377 responding to a bundle of six petitions. In an arduous and rock ladden path to decriminalise the punishment of retaining individuality, the activists had to pursue whilst living in fear of the law drafted in 1861 by the hot air of Victorians and the its modern day mascots, veiled or explicit.
Although many argue that homophobia was a foreign influence to Indian culture, many incumbent political leaders have openly excercised their right of opinion, dangerously resonating with their supporters.
With legal sanctum, the animosity to the already marginally supported interest groups, will hopefully reduce and the nation will gain movement in decolonising itself.October
The Judiciary Unrest In India: A Critical Explication
The Supreme Court of India was witnessed to existential altercation within itself and the Executive from last couple of months, firstly the four Judges press-conference alleging CJI for exercising its power of Master of Roster authoritatively and arbitrarily, secondly the pronouncement of Judgment on the CJIs power as Master of Roster on the petition filed by Asok Pande, thirdly the impeachment motion notice to Rajya Sabha Chairman which was categorically rejected by him, stating reasons for rejection, fourthly the return of Collegium recommendation to elevate Uttrakhand High Court Chief Justice K.M. Joseph as a Judge of Supreme Court and lastly the moving of two MPs challenging Vice Presidents Order rejecting impeachment proceedings against CJI.
Scheduled Castes And Tribes (Prevention Of Atrocities) Act, 1989
The term Dalit originated from the Sanskrit word Dalita which means oppressed/ scattered or broken and is used for persons who are members of the lowest class and are subjected to untouchability in India.
Living With Control Freaks
The ego is a wonderful thing. It simplifies the procedure that confirms an individuals assessment of his self-worth in terms of being the only superlative person on this planet.
Patent Procedure In India Special Reference To ‘Farmaceutical' Patents
The patent system conferred monopoly rights on the inventor for a limited period of time.
Rise Of Cross Border Mergers In India
In words of Justice Dhananjaya Y. Chandrachud, corporate reorganization is one of the means that can be employed to meet the challenges which confront business.
Section 377 And India
Under the supervision of Lord Macaulay, in the year 1860, the Indian Penal Code was penned down and enacted and when India and Pakistan attained their freedom in 1947, the penal code was inherited by both the nations.
Women's Right To Claim Maintenance
The provisions of Maintenance to womens are intended to fulfill a social purpose.
Prevention Of Juvenile Crimes A Jurisprudential Study
We are guilty of many errors and many faults, but our worst crime is abandoning the children, neglecting the foundation of life.
Is The Negotiable Instruments (Amendment) Act, 2018 An Effective Solution To Discourage The Continuing Dishonour Of Cheques
On 2nd August 2018, the Negotiable Instruments (Amendment) Act, 2018 (NI Amendment Act, 2018) has been notified to provide further protection to the recipients and holders of cheques in cheque bounce cases.
All Murders Are Culpable Homicides But All Culpable Homicides Are Not Murders
Murder of an individual is considered as the highest form of belligerence in a country, which is why death penalty serves as the ultimate penance in the form of justice.
LawZ Magazine Description:
Publisher: LawZ Media Pvt. Ltd.
LawZ released its first issue in August, 2001. The intent was to create a magazine about the law and the legal field, but with a difference. LawZ is India s first comprehensive monthly law magazine for all.The magazine not only covers events relating to the Indian legal system but also makes an effort in comparing it with the legal systems across the globe.
Instead of being of interest only to lawyers and others involved in the legal profession, the aim was to create something that could be read, understood, and even enjoyed by those who do not have formal knowledge of law. In short, it was to be more than a dry, ponderous collection of articles written in the oft arcane language of the court. Nor was it to focus solely on India, because today no news is complete unless it touches on the world at large.
The magazine reaches to all the judges of the Supreme Court, High Courts, Bar Council of India, Lawyers, Law Colleges and Institutions, top Indian and foreign Law Firms, Indian Corporates and Multinational Companies and Legal departments of government and Semi-government agencies, Corporate houses and several Embassies.
The magazine is presently in its 15th year of publication and is receiving tremendous response and appreciation from all the sections of the society and today is the only legal magazine, which has attained its present status in such a short span of time.
We’ve come a long way since our first issue. Today, it is regarded as a benchmark and a trailblazer in legal journalism.
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