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Students at University of Hyderabad talk about why it's frustrating that they are denied such a basic right and they will be discussing it in their GB meeting on Friday
When it comes to marriage, divorce, succession, property disputes and other civil issues, Personal Law is bound to grow by leaps and bounds
The Bench directed the school authorities to provide the petitioners (the boy's parents) with a list of schools with an alternate curriculum suitable for their son
Maharashtra will be the first such state to have such a Board and the policy promises various welfare measures for working women in the State
R Venkata Rao says that students always tend to think the minute they get their law certificates they know it all but that it is far from the truth, law college is only just the beginning.
The Indian Air Force grants relaxation and permits certain kind of tattoos, including in case of tribals, which are as per customs and traditions
Police said Ali had been taken into custody two weeks ago but was let go after Zainab's family pleaded "that he could not be the culprit"
The writer, John Monterio, is a lecturer who drifted into writing and Journalism. He has authored three books and is the founder of the Bondel Laughter Club in Mangalore
The four accused and the victim belong to a residential school for Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes and the incident is said to have risen after an argument between the victim and one accused
Being a citizen of a progressive country, we should express solidarity and help to unify against such atrocities irrespective of political boundaries
Just a vial of it was all it took to change her life and turn her world upside down. And the bearer of it? A soldier. A man in uniform who took an oath of ‘Service Before Self’. What irony!
Veera Kesari from Mangaluru is inciting communal violence and breaking all records of moral policing by saying any girl seen even talking to a non-hindu man, will be beaten
Four special drives by the Devendra Fadnavis-led government helped find 1,613 girls between January 1 and June 30, 2016, and 645 girls this year
Among the first batch of girls who were enrolled in School For Justice, seven have secured admissions in reputed law colleges in India under the 3 and 5-year programmes
The student has submitted a complaint to the administration asking for strict action to be taken, claims these incidents are on an increase
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