The Zara Lone Case

‘Yes?’ It was the Lover of the Century, Raghu. ‘You have to leave this girl. It’s been too long.’ ‘I am so over her.’ 5 WhatsApp Messages, Zara Lone: ‘It’s my birthday. I hope you remember.’ 9th February. ‘This is insane,’ Saurabh kept chanting. ‘Ready?’ I said, putting on my helmet. ___ The victim is […]

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A Man of Reason and Logic

Chess has been represented, or shall I say misrepresented, as a game – that is, a thing which could not well serve a serious purpose, solely created for the enjoyment of an empty hour. If it were a game only, Chess would never have survived the serious trials to which it has, during the long […]

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Medical Negligence and Consumer Law I

“This appeal is directed against the Final Judgment and Order dated 01.09.2009 passed by The National Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission in First Appeal No. 93 of 2004 whereby the National Commission allowed the appeal and set aside the Order dated 19.01.2004 of The State Commission, West Bengal, Kolkata. A surgeon cannot and does not guarantee […]

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The Last Word

Friendships & Rivalries, Losses & Victories never have an end – only a beginning. Spectacular Judges of the Supreme Court have hoped for an impactful conclusion. The irreversibly powerful ones have known more. There is never a last word. Life travels with the surety of a pendulum clock, tick tock. We remember: in Puttaswamy, [Writ Petition […]

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