PARLIAMENTARY PRIVILEGES UNDER CONSTITUTION AND PRESS
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PARLIAMENTARY PRIVILEGES UNDER CONSTITUTION AND PRESS

Constituent Assembly: The freedom of press, as one of the members of the Constituent Assembly said, is one of the items around which the greatest and the bitterest of constitutional struggles have been waged in all countries where liberal constitutions prevail. The said freedom is attained at considerable sacrifice and suffering and ultimately it has...

MOTIVE, GUILT, CULPABLE HOMICIDE WHEN PROVED BY CIRCUMSTANTIAL EVIDENCE
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MOTIVE, GUILT, CULPABLE HOMICIDE WHEN PROVED BY CIRCUMSTANTIAL EVIDENCE

Now a days we hear lots about circumstantial evidence in television debate especially in #SushantSinghCase. How  prosecution can prove case on basis of Circumstantial  Evidence. So let us first see what is legal provisions: Since we are learning about evidence let us understand provisions of Evidence Act, 1872 Section 32 – Cases in which statement...

The Future of International Courts and Tribunals in The Hague :
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The Future of International Courts and Tribunals in The Hague :

International courts are formed by treaties between nations or under the authority of an international organization such as the United Nations and include ad hoc tribunals and permanent institutions but exclude any courts arising purely under national authority. What is International Court of Justice (ICJ ) ? The International Court of Justice (ICJ) is the...

Dispute between Australia – New Zealand and Japan over Sothern Bluefin Tuna Case Study
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Dispute between Australia – New Zealand and Japan over Sothern Bluefin Tuna Case Study

Cause of Action: Australia approached  the International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea (‘the Tribunal’) ( ITLOS) to  prescribe the provisional measures specified in Australia’s dispute with Japan over Southern Bluefin Tuna (‘SBT’),pending the constitution of an Arbitral Tribunal under Annex VII of UNCLOS (‘the Arbitral Tribunal’). The dispute relates to Japan’s failure to...