An RTI was filed on Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) last year regarding suicide of an IPS officer allegedly due to matrimonial issues. (An earlier RTI to UPSC resulted in forwarding of RTI to DoP&T presumably because they did not have the information). The brief news of suicide is as follows: The text of RTI is given below, which gives the context of RTI, before the information asked: ------------------------------------------ With reference to news below about suicide of an IPS Officer in 2018 (PDF of news is also attached as Supporting document): https://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/city/kanpur/wife-responsible-for-ips-officers-suicide/articleshow/65749669.cms Kindly provide information pertaining to: 1. Any studies/records/discussions/documents within MHA (Ministry of Home … [Read more...] about Are IPS officers losing faith in law with regards to matrimonial cases?
This post was meant to be written last year - but better late than never - and it is now just in time before the next Holi, also to prepare the readers for what the deranged English ‘liberal’ media might come up with this time before Holi festival. Around this time last year, the English main stream media – the fountain of progressive liberal derangement™ – came out with reporting that semen filled balloons were thrown on some girls in Delhi. It was reported to be one incident, but as is expected from the ‘civilizing’ role of English media on us brutes, they lost no time in chest-beating, and lamenting the moral slide among Hindus (it HAS TO BE Hindus, our journalists just know these things even before knowing them!). A sample below: Questions: How does this “illustrious” … [Read more...] about It’s Holi time – get ready for annual ritual of Holi Derangement Syndrome (HDS) and hysteria by English main stream media
Recently a memo circulated internally within Google which talks about biological differences between men and women explaining some reasons behind their differing representation in technology work, among other things; had gone viral on social media. https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2017-08-10/fired-google-engineer-says-company-execs-shamed-and-smeared-him The memo, which was leaked to the public over the weekend, argues that conservative viewpoints are suppressed at Google and that biological differences between men and women explain in part why so few women work in software engineering. Even if someone in Google management had agreed with some of the arguments put forth in his piece, they wouldn’t have felt safe speaking up, he said. Within few days of it becoming viral, the … [Read more...] about Full text of ex-Google engineer James Damore’s memo
Recently a video has become viral which is about Cafe Coffee Day woman employee slapping a male customer named Arpan after he is shown making video of the generously crawling cockroaches inside the refrigerated display cabinet where snacks are kept. The 18 seconds long video can be seen on YouTube below: Time sequence of events at Jaipur Cafe Coffee Day (CCD) It seems the actual incident happened 2 weeks back on March 13th and Cafe Coffee Day didn’t respond to Arpan’s legal notice sent on March 21st, but the whole thing started to unfold as a drama after the video went viral on Twitter and social media on March 27th. It seems the video was already there on Facebook even on March 16th but since it was not viral by then, no one including the CCD people or this woman employee … [Read more...] about Law and Justice under feminism made crystal clear after Cafe Coffee Day (CCD) cockroach fiasco
A reader has sent this judgment in reference to another Jharkhand HC judgment dealing with arrest and proclamation under section 82 of CrPC. CrPC 82 can become a problem for those who want anticipatory bail or some kind of arrest protection, and pending that go underground or into hiding from police etc. In that case, police may ask the court and court has power to declare that person as absconding from justice. First para of Section 82 of CrPC is below: CrPC Section. 82 Proclamation for person absconding Description If Any Court has reason to believe (whether after taking evidence or not) that any person against whom a warrant has been issued by it has absconded or is concealing himself so that such warrant cannot be executed, such Court may publish a written … [Read more...] about Jharkhand HC removes absconding proclamation under CrPC 82
Law Commission has recently asked for opinions from stakeholders on reforms required in the Advocates Act, 1961, the last date of which is 31st Aug 2016. So interested people can read the analysis and suggestions below, and send whatever suggestions they agree with to [email protected] https://www.facebook.com/Law-Commission-of-India-1661261260775559/?fref=nf Hon’ble the Supreme Court of India , in criminal appeal No.63 of 2006, Mahipal Singh Rana v. State of U.P., has asked the Law Commission of India “to go into all relevant aspects relating to regulation of legal profession in consultation with all concerned” at an early date. In view of this, the Law Commission of India has undertaken the study of the Advocates Act, 1961. The Law Commission of India requests all the stakeholders to … [Read more...] about Reform Advocates Act for benefit of common public and litigants