Wednesday, April 15, 2015

Brand Making Ideas For 'Law Firm' in Rising Global...

INN LIVE NEWS: Brand Making Ideas For 'Law Firm' in Rising Global...: The law firms are inquisitive to know whether strategic brand building could help grow market-share in today’s volatile economy. This appe...

Friday, March 13, 2015


INDIA TELL: LAW WHICH IS IS NOT SECULAR: Free India's Constitution pledged to make everyone equal. But Shariat courts turn this belief on its head. India is not alone in feeli...

Thursday, March 12, 2015


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Thursday, March 5, 2015

Judicial Pay: My Lord, The Disparity Is Painfully Glaring

The contrast between the salary of a judge of the Supreme Court or high court and the median earning of an advocate practising in their courtrooms is stark. 
This disparity becomes even more troublesome when one considers that lawyers invited for elevation to the Bench are meant to be the most competent and are therefore also the best compensated. The earnings of several top lawyers in Delhi and Mumbai rival the profit figures of some medium-sized companies. Worryingly, if our government continues to keep judicial salaries artificially suppressed, there is a reasonable fear that the best minds from the Bar might be reluctant to make the enormous financial sacrifice.

Tuesday, March 3, 2015

Now Avail 'Free Legal Aid' For All In Telangana & Andhra Pradesh

In compliance of provisions made under Article 39-A of the Constitution of India, the Government of India has enacted an Act namely, the Legal Services Authorities Act 1987 which has come into force on 09.11.1995 in the country and the State of Andhra Pradesh has framed rules and Regulations namely, the Andhra Pradesh State Legal Services Authorities Rules, 1996 and the Andhra Pradesh Legal Services Authority (Transaction of Business and other Provisions) Regulations, 1998 respectively for implementation of various schemes and programmes provided under the Act, 1987.

Indian Evidence Act: Court Confessions And Admissions

The Indian Evidence Act, 1872 section 17-30 deal with the provisions related to admission and confessions and there relevancy.

Section 17 defines admission. According to the section an admission is a statement made by a person. The statement to be called an admission must suggest or in simple words throw some light on the fact in issue or a relevant fact. Such a statement can either be oral or written or may be contained in an electronic form.  A fact in issue is such a fact with is either asserted or denied in any suit or a proceeding. In basic words we can say a fact in issue is the main point of contention between two parties in a suit or proceeding.