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Two Days Training camp at Bhopal

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Two days Training of BAMCEF was organized at AICUF Ashram, Near Administrative Academy/ Campion School,1100 Quarters, Arera Coloney, Bhopal. This camp was organized on 18th and 19th Feb. 2012. Third day was dedicated for questions and answers. This camp was attended by all state presidents, CEC members. There was presence of 55 dedicated caders...
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INDEPENDENCE OF JUDICIARY IN INDIA : A CRITICAL ANALYSIS

INDEPENDENCE OF JUDICIARY IN INDIA : A CRITICAL ANALYSIS

ATIN KUMAR DAS LL.M Ist YEAR.NATIONAL LAW INSTITUTE UNIVERSITY BHOPAL INTRODUCTION The framers of the Indian Constitution at the time of framing of our constitution were concerned about the kind of judiciary our country should have. This concern of the members of the constituent assembly was responded by Dr. B.R. Ambedkar in the following...
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Judiciary in India : Need for reform

Judiciary in India : Need for reform

Judiciary and its brahmanical prejudices in India By Vidya Bhushan Rawat Two Judges of Supreme court recently, for the first time in our judicial history, had the courage to challenge the religious text of the Brahmanical order. In an order favoring tribal women’s land right violating which the powerful in the village termed her...
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Historical Developments of July Month

Date Events 03-Jul Jotirao Phooley started school in Anna Chiplunkar’s House at Budhwar Peth, Pune – 1851 The Bahishkrit Hitkarni Sabha a public meeting  of  the Depressed  Classes was held at the Cowasji Jahangir Hall – 1927 04-Jul Lokananatha sent letter to Dr. Ambedkar from Colombo – 1936 05-Jul Dr. Ambedkar left for London...
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National judicial commission- By Rajindar Sachar

National judicial commission- By Rajindar Sachar

  There is an insistent public demand now that matters connected with appointments and misdemeanours by the higher judiciary need to be dealt with by an independent body using transparent means. In a path-breaking measure, the government on May 9, 2003 introduced in the Lok Sabha a Constitution amendment Bill that provides for the...
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Dr.Ambedkar- A Greatest Economist – By R C Rajamani

Dr.Ambedkar- A Greatest Economist – By R C Rajamani

It may surprise many to know that Dr Bhim Rao Ambedkar, celebrated as the “Father of Indian Constitution,” found economics closest to his heart and got his doctorate for a thesis on “The Problem of the Rupee”. He was a Professor of Economics in Mumbai’s Sydenham College in the early 1930s. Ambedkar strongly believed...
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National Judicial Commission (NJC) – V.Kumar, UP

National Judicial Commission (NJC) – V.Kumar, UP

National judicial commission bill review. The Bill for a constitutional commission for appointments and performance of judges is a necessity of the time. Jurists, lawyers, parliamentarians and the public generally have been discussing this issue in India for some years. Now a bill to constitute a National Judicial Commission is before Parliament. The composition...
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156 million dollars spent on IIT’s – to make to serve the countries other than India

156 million dollars spent on IIT’s – to make to serve the countries other than India

“This year(2011) too our SC/ST students qualifying the JEE exam have surpassed the allotted quota. Additionally, in the SC category, all the students have qualified directly to the main engineering course without the need for any preparatory course”. The Indian Institutes of Technology, elite institutions, highly specialised apex institutions and centres of excellence, are...
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Do you Know?

Poverty Line As per the benchmark of World Bank $1.25 per day – establishes the poverty rate at 42% in 2005, equiv­alent to 456 million people (World Bank 2008) As per the benchmark of Govt. of India, about 302 million people are living under the poverty line.
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Minimum Wage – Frequently Asked Question

A minimum wage is the lowest hourly, daily or monthly remuneration that employers may legally pay to workerse Legislation 1. Is there a separate minimum wage legislation in India ? Yes, there is a separate minimum wage legislation in India. Minimum Wages Act, 1948 is an Act to provide for fixing minimum rates of...
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