I was born on a 5th February. This is my Article No. 502. This blog was born on 21st December, 2014. Hon’ble Justice R.F. Nariman in The Sabarimala Temple Case, before answering the question posed, thought it is necessary to cover the ground that has been covered by previous decisions of the SC on the […]Read more "Article No. 502: The Revival of Ray VII"
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 […]Read more "The Last Word"
“The Mayo College, Ajmer is an educational institution founded in 1875 by Sir Richard Southwell Bourke, the 6th Earl of Mayo, who was also the Viceroy of India from 1868 to 1872. It is one of the oldest educational institutions which was set up as a public boarding school, offering admission to the then elite. […]Read more "The Mayo College, Ajmer"
Country Name: Bulgaria Capital: Sofia SC Case Mentions: (1995) 3 SCC 42: “Calcified pleural plaques, indistinguishable from those occupationally exposed, also occur in the general population in localized areas in Bulgaria.” (2001) 3 SCC 221: “After staying for one month at home, Lal Singh went to Sofia, the capital of Bulgaria, along with Major Singh […]Read more "Know Your Flags IV: Bulgaria"
“It’s a dangerous business, Frodo, going out of your door,” he used to say. “You step into the Road, and if you don’t keep your feet, there is no knowing where you might be swept off to.” “Then holding the star aloft and the bright sword advanced, Frodo, hobbit of the Shire, walked steadily down […]Read more "TLW in Queenstown"
I have my imperfections… But I am still The Last Word.Read more "TLW in Paris"
Country: Barbados Capital: Bridgetown SC Case Mentions: (1976) 3 SCC 259: “We may also refer to the Privy Council decision in Loch v. John Blackwood Ltd., 1924 AC 783 wherein Section 127 of The Companies Act, 1910, of Barbados, identical with Section 433(f) of The Indian Companies Act, 1956 Act was considered.” (2011) 13 SCC 706: “The concept […]Read more "Know Your Flags III: Barbados"