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Attended K.C. College of Journalism, G.L.C. cyber law, Welingkars institute of management,Ambedkar law college,mumbai insurance institute,Wellingkars institute of management,Asian school of cyber laws at Hinduja college,university of mumbai,Tata ambulance
Lives in Taluka Vasai,District Thane,State of Maharashtra,India
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Death penalty should be abolished the world over, particularly in civilized democratic countries, which propound the concept of universal franchise, and where courts of justice have been established, with elaborate substantive and procedural laws.I say so based on facts that West European countries and North America, inspite of adopting all the safety measures and abundant precautions,to safeguard from miscarriage of justice, have yet committed errors of carrying out death sentences; which subsequently were detected as erroneous, which cannot be reversed once an alleged accused is killed, better it would be to inflict rigorous imprisonment for life, with the definition of life to mean natural life, for how so many years.In India there are judges who do not have a sound grasp of Constitutional law, Substantive law, Procedural law and Adjective law, and therefore there exist the inherent danger of errors at the trial court and possibly at an appellate court.
DMK leader and Rajya Sabha member Kanimozhi has demanded that the country issue a moratorium on death penalty .
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To all my Muslim friends, Idd Mubarak.
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Over six hundred employees face the slough of a mighty Central Government at Silvassa, Dadra & Nagar Havali.
The workers in question, who are employed by the Irrigation, Road Works and Building departments respectively, the local Municipality and certain schools, all of which are governed by the Central Government, as the area is a Union Territory.
According to Bhika l Khulat, a local union leader and social activist, employers share of Provident fund of a number of workmen has not been deducted, for the past twenty two years, ever since the employees were made permanent, due to the good offices of Ganesh Naik, then Maharashtra’s labor minister, who technically and legally had no locus standi; but just a letter from Niak’s office prompted the then administrator Satya Gopal to absorbed the workers as permanent employees, six of the fifty three employees, attached to the Public Works Department have since retired, but failed to get their provident fund, gratuity and other service and retirement benefits; which are allegedly being held back by respective heads of departments.
Advocate D. Naik who specializes in labor laws and labor welfare, when contacted, expressed awe about the pending service and retirement benefits. Over a hundred other such employee’s similarly affected approached this reporter, urging the newspaper to take up their cause with some member of Parliament, speaking to Nathubhai (M.P.) from Silvassa, A.D & C. learnt, he has spoken and also written to the development commissioner, but to no effect. Surprising that fifty three aggrieved are from government organizations; and yes over five hundred employees of schools run by Catholic priest, allege they have been paid salaries below the Minimum Wages Act; besides being deprived of service and retirement benefits. G.S. Rajawat (I.A.S.) the Collector of Dadra & Nagar Haveli, who is also holding labor portfolio, was kind enough to direct the labor officer, J. S. Patel to expeditiously resolve the imbroglio but Patel’s office could not find the file as the same was allegedly hidden by Jackson a clerk. Efforts are on to channel the grievance of the employees through Reddy (M.P.) President of I.N.T.U.C. and Dina Patil, Ex-M.P. from Mulund Mumbai, through the I.L.O. (International labor Organization). Nathubai Patel (M.P.) claimed to have spoken and written to concerned labor department; but when this reporter personally called at Natubhai Patel, local M.P’s office, his P.A. could not provide any written communication.
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Law Students without morals will make undeserving Judges- High Court
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Law is not meant for just any one and every one, That apart today, students from third world countries, who don't have a good command of English literature, ability to interpret statutes, and general legal acumen, aspire to become advocates.
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About 20 years ago, Srikant Bhatt, a leading advocate and lecturer at a law college, said, Justice is a "myth", I have a conviction it was earlier, it was then and it shall always be. This recalls to my mind, Gandhiji's statement, Just as there are unjust men, so also there are unjust laws.
NEW DELHI: The execution of Yakub Memon is a miscarriage of justice. There is no other way to describe the hanging of a man when there were strong mit
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Over six hundred employees face the slough of a mighty Central Government at Silvassa, Dadra & Nagar Havali.
The workers in question, who are employed by the Irrigation, Road Works and Building departments respectively, the local Municipality and certain schools, all of which are governed by the Central Government, as the area is a Union Territory.
According to Bhika l Khulat, a local union leader and social activist, employers share of Provident fund of a number of workmen has not been deducted, for the past twenty two years, ever since the employees were made permanent, due to the good offices of Ganesh Naik, then Maharashtra’s labor minister, who technically and legally had no locus standi; but just a letter from Niak’s office prompted the then administrator Satya Gopal to absorbed the workers as permanent employees, six of the fifty three employees, attached to the Public Works Department have since retired, but failed to get their provident fund, gratuity and other service and retirement benefits; which are allegedly being held back by respective heads of departments.
Advocate D. Naik who specializes in labor laws and labor welfare, when contacted, expressed awe about the pending service and retirement benefits. Over a hundred other such employee’s similarly affected approached this reporter, urging the newspaper to take up their cause with some member of Parliament, speaking to Nathubhai (M.P.) from Silvassa, A.D & C. learnt, he has spoken and also written to the development commissioner, but to no effect. Surprising that fifty three aggrieved are from government organizations; and yes over five hundred employees of schools run by Catholic priest, allege they have been paid salaries below the Minimum Wages Act; besides being deprived of service and retirement benefits. G.S. Rajawat (I.A.S.) the Collector of Dadra & Nagar Haveli, who is also holding labor portfolio, was kind enough to direct the labor officer, J. S. Patel to expeditiously resolve the imbroglio but Patel’s office could not find the file as the same was allegedly hidden by Jackson a clerk. Efforts are on to channel the grievance of the employees through Reddy (M.P.) President of I.N.T.U.C. and Dina Patil, Ex-M.P. from Mulund Mumbai, through the I.L.O. (International labor Organization). Nathubai Patel (M.P.) claimed to have spoken and written to concerned labor department; but when this reporter personally called at Natubhai Patel, local M.P’s office, his P.A. could not provide any written communication.
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No need 2 Advt, if it escapes anybody's Attn its O.K.
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Quote: It is better to keep one's mouth shut, and let people thing one is a fool, than to open one's mouth, and remove all doubt.
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Write general news for "afternoon" & "mahanagri times" / Legal drafting and at times appearance in courts.
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    Legal advisor, 1989 - present
    Drafting complaints, plaints petitions,notices,affidavits,replies,miscellaneous interlocutory applications, framing of issues written arguments etc.
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    Journalist, present
    Writing news reports for "Afternoon D & C", a daily, English, tabloid, published from Bombay.
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