January 3, 2021 Written By Kishan Dutt Kalaskar Retired Judge

Under Article 21 of the Indian Constitution, the right to life has been offered a principal status by the judiciary. Article 21 and 22 ensure against arbitrary detainment and arrest and the legal judiciary now. In a few cases, it has defended this interest and restricted the leader’s power to make pointless arrest and confinement. READ MORE

  • NRI’s Power of Attorney to sell property in India

December 18, 2020 , Written by :- Kishan Dutt Kalaskar Retired Judge

There might be numerous occasions in an individual’s life wherein he may be required to manage assets, properties, financial balances, and so forth, however,under certain circumstances, he may not be in the right condition to fittingly execute his/her obligations because of unanticipated conditions like being sick, being abroad (in the event of an NRI) or the individual is too old to perform his obligations. Read More

  • Forestry in India

December 15, 2020 ,Written By KETKI JALTARE

‘I speak for the trees for they have no tongues…!Dr. Seuss (American Author) Forestry in India is a significant rural industry and a major environmental resource. India is one of the ten most forest-rich countries of the world. Together, India and these other 9 countries account for 67 percent of total forest area of the world. Read More

  • Advise to revisit contracts and the law to avoid present legal tensions in future post Covid.

December 15, 2020 Written By Paul P P

Force Majeure and its Applicability? Force majeure events are those beyond the control of the parties to the contract, which typically free parties from fulfilling contractual obligations, when prevented by such an event. While commonly mistaken to mean an “act of God” the expression force majeure extends beyond Read More

  • Employment Contract – Validity of Employment Bond

December 14, 2020 Written By :Kishan Dutt Kalaskar Retired Judge

Employment Contract – Validity of Employment Bond By Kishan Dutt Kalaskar An employment contract is an agreement that discusses in detail the working rapport of a company and an employee. It helps both parties to comprehend their obligations and the stipulations of employ Read More

  • Police Clearance Certificate

December 9, 2020 Written By : Kishan Dutt Kalaskar Retired Judge

A Police Clearance Certificate (PCC) is an official record given to a person by the Indian Police or an approved Indian Government official. It recognizes any criminal records that an individual may have against their name and, gives a clearance certificate if such records are clear which, might be needed for Indian or foreign nationals who are residing or have resided in India,for the following purpo Read More


November 25, 2020 Written By : KETKI JALTARE

As per World Health Organization:  “Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) is an infectious disease caused by a newly discovered corona virus. Most people infected with the COVID-19 virus will experience mild to moderate respiratory illness and recover without requiring special treatment. Older people, and those with Read More

  • The procedure for filing a complaint against a lawyer

November 25, 2020 Written By : Kishan Dutt Kalaskar Retired Judge

The procedure for filing a complaint against a lawyer Lawyers are the medium through whichhis client connects with thejudiciary. However, as the demand for the legal industry has increased, it is also noticed that mishaps in thisindustry have increased. Some lawyers tend to use this situation Read More

  • Adultery under the Indian Law

November 11, 2020 Written By : Kishan Dutt Kalaskar Retired Judge

Adultery under the Indian Law The word adultery derived its meaning from the Latin verb adulterium that means – to corrupt. According to the dictionary meaning, a married man commits adultery if he has intercourse with a married woman with whom he has not entered into wedlock. However Read More

  • Frivolous Complaints under the Sexual Harassment Act

November 11, 2020 Written by : Kishan Dutt Kalaskar Retired Judge

Frivolous Complaints under the Sexual Harassment Act & Inappropriate behaviour at the workplace does not only make the workplace unreliable and threatening for women, but it also discourages their ability to convey themselves in the present contending world in accordance with the circumstances Read More


November 4, 2020 Written By : SP ASHWIN BALAJI

A brief note on the Domestic Violence Act,2005. The rights of victims and the liability of respondents.Protection of Domestic violence Act was enacted in 2005 to ensure the safety and security of women in shared household. The Act recognises the physical, emotional, sexual Read More


October 5, 2020 Written By : KETKI JALTARE

“All Human Beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights. They are endowed with reason and conscience and should act towards one another in a spirit of brotherhood.” Human Rights are the basic rights and freedom that belong to every person in the world from birth until death. They apply regardless of where you are from, what you Read More

  • Hindu Succession Act

September 14, 2020 Written By : Kishan Dutt Kalaskar Retired Judge

Question of Law Whether excluding daughter from the entitlement in HUF is valid? Whether the married daughter loses her privileges after marriage? The Supreme Court consisting of the Division Bench of Three Judges before whom the matter was raised on some question of law with regards to The Hindu Succession Act. Read More

  • A new Parliament: Supreme Court judgment giving go-ahead to Central Vista revamp is a missed opportunity

The founding fathers of the Indian Constitution called on Nandalal Bose to adorn its pages with illustrations that would capture the essence of the new republic. Bose’s choices were a mélange – mythical figures – Krishna, Arjuna, Rama, Sita; sovereigns – Ashoka, Akbar, Tipu Sultan, Shivaji; freedom fighters – Rani Laxmibai, Gandhiji, Netaji all found place alongside motifs from Ajanta, Mahabalipuram Read More

  • Let us remove all doubts: Reproductive rights are essential

Women have been the worst sufferers of Covid-19 due to multiple reasons. The pandemic warrants a reminder that reproductive rights are human rights – they are essential and urgent. It may not be wrong to say that human rights were introduced in India right back in 1950 with the development of the Constitution Read More

  • Do animals have rights?

Humans are the most evolved species of animal kingdom. They have created the institution of ‘State’ that has in turn given rise to the concept of ‘Rights’. Certain interests were recognized as so important that they were designated as Rights i.e. something which is correct, or rightfully belongs to the bearer or something that is to be lawfully permitted to Read More

  • Neither is suicide a crime, nor can one be driven to it

Shashi Tharoor, Rhea Chakraborty and now Arnab Goswami. The social and electronic media are baying for their blood, accusing them of driving somebody — wife, lover, and creditor respectively — to suicide. As argued in earlier columns, this is moral and logical nonsense. Historically, suicide has been a crime Read More