Jury trials have come a long way in history, serving from over a 1000 years. The particular legal system was first developed in England in the middle ages and since then the same has become a trademark for more than most states across the globe. A jury is a body of people sworn to render... Continue Reading →
When I first got to reading about this age-old concept, it did not occur to be as a drastic or an unforeseeable concept. India, for one is not regarded as being the one with the most forwards mindset of the all. Unfortunately the people of India have not been able to move past their aboriginal... Continue Reading →
Since the dawn of the space age heralded by the launch of Soviet Sputnik, which was launched by the Soviet Union into an elliptical low Earth orbit on 4 October 1957. It was a 58 cm (23 in) diameter polished metal sphere, with four external radio antennae to broadcast radio pulses. It was visible all around the... Continue Reading →
Hola people! Been literally ages since I've accepted awards or even posted articles, I've been caught up with so many things that continuing to blog became almost too impossible, I'm sure Law students can relate, so without further a due, I'm quickly going to thank a fairly new blogger who shares similar interests with that... Continue Reading →
Shower of awards! This is all so astonishing, when I first started this blog, I'd no damn clue that I'll reach this far and get so much of love and recognition worldwide. This is something simply an amazing experience. Thanks so very much everybody. Thoroughly appreciate. Special thanks to the one who has nominated me... Continue Reading →
This was originally posted on C.E. Robinson’s blog site, her blog is a must visit.
Also I can’t thank her enough for posting all praise bout me 🙂
Thank you so much Hardi Goradia. I’m honored that you nominated me for the Liebster Award. I’ve been following your blog for some time now, and I’m impressed with your writing and your goal to be a solicitor. Your blog tagline says it all, “if you are resolutely determined to make a lawyer of yourself, the thing is more than half way done already.” – Abraham Lincoln. And you’re half way done! Hardi’s an eighteen-year-old young woman who lives in Mumbai, India.
I had to think long and hard about this Liebster Award since I’ve declared my site award-free after receiving three blog awards in rapid succession. For me, the acceptance work involved took away from book writing time! Don’t get me wrong I love awards and I’ve explained all of that in my blog post, “Award, Award, Award…Three’s a Charm!!!” But, because Hardi is a special blogger friend, I’ll…
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Mumbai, 16-11-2014- You're probably having a verbal tiff with your better-half or one of your close-friends or as a matter of fact, with anyone. You're armed with a weapon! The weapon is so dangerous that it might as well kill the person you're involved in a dispute if at all used. Out of the blue... Continue Reading →
Mumbai: Neonaticide is the term used for children who are slain within the first 24 hours of their birth. Majority cases of neonaticide are found to be in developed as well as under-developing countries, scarcely ever these cases are found in developed countries. No act arouses emotions more than the death of an infant. Even... Continue Reading →
Mumbai: "With her head bend down , staring at the floor, saliva running down her skin, a woman is unable to lift her head or close her mouth. Acid has melted her skin, her life ahead. Acid attack or acid throwing is a fast spreading social issue in under - developed as well as developing... Continue Reading →