Law and Justice

These Delhi lawyers take legal aid beyond courtrooms -Aamir Khan

-The Times of India NEW DELHI: When she saw a family all at sea in the court corridors, advocate Anjali Rajput stepped in to offer free legal aid. Like her, over 130 advocates on the panel of the Delhi State Legal Services Authority (DSLSA) offer much-needed...

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Love Commandos to fight for lovers' rights

-The Hindu Workshop to be held in city on July 22 KOZHIKODE: Men, women, and transgender persons in love, take heart. Here is an NGO that will help you unite with your sweetheart. Religion, caste, creed, class, no bar. If you want to marry your lover against the...

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Lawyers' Body Formed to Protect Rights of Religious Minorities, Dalits and Tribals -Ghazanfar Abbas

-IndiaTomorrow.net As a first step, SAMLA would run a nationwide movement with name of "Dalit, Minority, Tribal Lives Matter" New Delhi: In the wake of the growing culture of mob lynching and atrocities against religious minorities, Dalits and Tribals in the country, a group of lawyers on...

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Delhi police image makeover: Women cops to hear complaints at police stations -Rajshekhar Jha

-The Times of India NEW DELHI: A pleasant surprise awaits you the next time you visit a city police station with a complaint. Instead of a grumpy, disinterested policeman, you are likely to have a smart young woman to hear you out and direct you on...

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Cutting the jargon: Here's a website that translates Indian laws into simple English -Aarefa Johari

-Scroll.in Built on the Wikipedia model and launched on November 3, Nyaaya also has guides for crime victims and accused. India has more than a thousand central laws, a larger number of state laws and a criminal justice system so complex, most of the population struggles to...

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