Archive for July, 2011

Mulnivasi Sangh – Dharna Pradarshan

Mulnivasi Sangh – Dharna Pradarshan

Mulnivasi Sangh – Student Wing of BAMCEF Had Organised a Nationwide Protest on the sub ject , “Immidiately National Judicial Commission (NJC) shall be constituted to make Indian Judiciary more Representative” Date : 26th July 2011 Venue : All over India  
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Indian Judiciary- An arm of Social Revolution

Indian Judiciary- An arm of Social Revolution

-   “The Judiciary was to be an arm of the social revolution upholding the equality that Indians had longed for”. - Ashok Kumar In India from times immemorial Judges have been held in highest esteem and revered as super humans. A Judiciary manned by Judges with vision, wisdom and compassion can do more justice and...
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Dr.Ambedkar on Judiciary

Dr.Ambedkar on Judiciary

B.R.Ambedkar played important roles in shaping the judicial system of India. The unitary judicial system seems to have been accepted with the least questioning. The Supreme Court was to have a special, countrywide responsibility for the protection of individual rights. Ambedkar was perhaps the greatest apostle in the Assembly of what he described as...
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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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Socio-Economic and Caste Census 2011 Begins

The 1st ever post independence Socio-Economic and Caste Census 2011 today began from the Sankhola village of Hazemara block in West Tripura District. It is a door-to-door census in the entire country. Launching the Census Socio-Economic and Caste Census 2011 Shri B.K.Sinha Secretary, M/o Rural Development, Govt. of India said this gigantic exercise will  pave the way to identify the households living below the poverty line...
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Kerala’s Padmanabha temple treasure worth over Rs 60k crore

Kerala’s Padmanabha temple treasure worth over Rs 60k crore

Opinion is divided on the treasure’s future at the Kerala’s Padmanabha temple. The value of the treasure found in the four vaults of Sri Padmanabha temple in Kerala has so far crossed an estimated value of Rs 60,000 crore. Tonnes of gold, thousands of precious stones and other valuables found in the secret vaults of the...
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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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Shahu Maharaj

Shahu Maharaj

Chatrapati Sahuji Maharaj, Maharaja of Kolhapur in Maharashtra introduced reservation in favour of backward classes as early as 1902 to eradicate poverty from amongst them and to give them their due share in the State administration. The notification of 1902 created 50% reservation in services for backward classes/communities in the State of Kolhapur. This...
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Saint Kabir – A Revolutionary Saint

Saint Kabir – A Revolutionary Saint

Saint Kabir Das is widely acknowledged as one of the great personality of the Bhakti movement in North India. He is one of the medieval Indian saints of Bhakti and Sufi movement. Saint Kabir’s life was centered around Kashi, also called Banaras (Varanasi). His caste was that of Julaha and from his sayings his...
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