Constitutional validity of Contempt of Courts Act, 1971

Introduction Before 1971, there was no definition of contempt of court. But after the Contempt of Courts Act, 1971 “contempt of court” was defined for the first time. Even the definition which is given in the Contempt of Courts Act is not a proper definition but is more like a classification or categorization of contempt... Continue Reading →

Effect of Taliban rule

The Taliban which refers to itself as the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan attacked and conquered Afganistan again in mid of august. While Taliban was in power in Afghanistan in the 1990s, the Taliban’s rights record was characterized by systematic violations against women and girls; cruel corporal punishments, including executions; and extreme suppression of freedom of... Continue Reading →

Impact of covid-19 on Legal Profession

The outbreak of corona virus (covid-19), which originated in Wuhan, China spread very quickly to various countries, many cases has been reported worldwide. As the corona cases continue to increase, it imposes huge costs on human lives, individuals, health systems, communities and economies. As with that it has also affected a lot on various fields... Continue Reading →

Legal Damage

Legal damage is an important ingredient in constituting a tort. To prove an action for tort, the plaintiff has to prove that there has been a wrongful act, an act or omission of an act which has caused a breach of a legal duty or violation of any legal right which is vested in the... Continue Reading →

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