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Courtesy :- *Honorable Vijay Kumar Diwan Sir
*WHAT  IS  LOK  ADALAT:-MUST KNOW FOR ALL(You may share this for the benefit of others)@@
LOK ADALAT is another name of Alternative Dispute Resolution---alternate to the present Civil and Criminal Judiicial system, which roughly means PEOPLES’S   COURT.    This in fact was developed in India, though many do not give credit of it to country.  In ancient times the disputes were resolved by Village Elders in a village and all disputes settled through mediation, except certain category of disputes whuich were referred to the King.   In 1940s and earlier, the idea of Gram Panchayat was proposed by Mahatma Gandhi, which was popularly known as Panch Parmeshwar.  Panchayat Raj was his brain child which gradually developed.   The idea of Lok Adalat---People’s Court , was advocated by Justice P. N. Bhagawati, retired Justice of the Supreme Court, who remains to be the Pioneer of this system, as presently prev…

What is Lok Adalat ?

Courtesy :- Vijay Kumar Dewan Sir
WHAT IS LOK ADALATWHO ARE ENTITLED TO LEGAL AID ?MUST KNOW FOR ALL(You may share this for the benefit of others)ADR (Alternate Dispute Resolution ) system has been anintegral part of our historical past. The concept of Lok Adalat (Peoples' Court) is an innovative Indian contribution to the world jurisprudence. The institution of Lok Adalat in India, as the very name suggests, means, People's Court."Lok"stands for "people" and the term "Adalat" means court. India has a long tradition and history of such methods being practiced in the society at grass roots level.   In ancient times the disputes were used to be referred to “panchayat”which were established at   village level. Panchayats used to    resolve the dispute through arbitration. It has proved to be a very effective alternative to litigation.In ancient times the disputes were resolved by Village Elders in a village and all disputes settled through mediation…

Cyber Law Part 2

Vijay Kumar Dewan Sir
CYBER LAW (Part 2)

When internert was developed perhaps they had no idea that it can be misued and many disturbing features can occur in cyber space with criminal intent.  Because of the anonymous nature of interest, it has become possible for the people to engage on variety of criminal activities witn impunity and the intelligence of some people is diverted  in perpetuating criminal activities in cyberspace.

Cyber crime can be against the person, against business and non business organizations, targeting government, targeting private sector also.

Following are some of the criminal activites relating to cyber crime

Sale of illegal articles

Online gambling

Hacking and cracking

No computer system is hacking proof

Cyber pornography

Money Laundering

Cyber syalking—following movement of others

Virus/ worm attacks

False adds Claims

Fake accounts in social media

Using profile pictures of others

Any system can be hacked

Unauthorized access to computer system

Software pi…

What is GST ?

Goods & Services Tax Law in India is acomprehensivemulti-stagedestination-based tax that will be levied on every value addition. In simple words, GST is an indirect tax levied on the supply of goods and services. GST Law has replaced many indirect tax laws that previously existed in India. So, before GST, the pattern of tax levy was as follows: Under the GST regime, tax will be levied at every point of sale. Now let us try to understand “GST is a comprehensive, multi-stagedestination-based tax that will be levied on every value addition.” Multi-stage There are multiple change-of-hands an item goes through along its supply chain : from manufacture to final sale to consumer. Let us consider the following case: Purchase of raw materialsProduction or manufactureWarehousing of finished goodsSale of the product to the retailerSale to the end consumer

Goods and Services Tax will be levied on each of these stages, which makes it a multi-stage tax. Value Addition The manufacturer who …


The word 'INTERPOL' is radio-telegraph code for the International Criminal Police Organization which consists of 190 member countries who have agreed to "ensure and promote the widest possible assistance between all criminal police authorities in the prevention and suppression of ordinary law crimes". The Organization's headquarters is in Lyon, France.

The INTERPOL organisation now incorporates 188 member countries, an intergovernmental organisation second in size only to the United Nations, where Interpol also has observer status. International police co-operation has become increasingly complex: differing legal systems, definitions of crimes, rules for evidence, varying responsibilities between law enforcement and judicial services, incompatible extradition laws, incompatible information systems, restrictions on sharing information. These are just a few of the barriers Interpol strives to help the world overcome in the fight against ever higher levels of inter…

The United Nations Security Council "power of veto"

The United Nations Security Council "power of veto" refers to the veto power wielded solely by the five permanent members of the United NationsSecurity Council (China,FranceRussiaUnited Kingdom, and United States), enabling them to prevent the adoption of any "substantive" draft Council resolution, regardless of the level of international support for the draft. The veto does not apply to procedural votes, which is significant in that the Security Council's permanent membership can vote against a "procedural" draft resolution, without necessarily blocking its adoption by the Council. The veto is exercised when any permanent member—the so-called "P5"—casts a "negative" vote on a "substantive" draft resolution. Abstention or absence from the vote by a permanent member does not prevent a draft resolution from being adopted.
Origins of the veto provision[edit] The idea of states having a veto over the actions of internatio…