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Also by ezhil-7Law should construct truth from fragmented evidences.But what do we see in reality?
Lawyers in courts often are found to indulge in twisting truth out of shape that may culminate in injustice. Interpreting law favoring his or her client at the cost of justice by Lawyer's criminal mentality is not the purpose of legal system.
Also by ezhil-17In a country like India where the standard of life of millions is far from satisfactory, incurring huge expenditure on official functions of ministers and officials, even in regular programmes, by way of decorations, garlands and bouquets is a colossal waste of hard earned money. These functions can be simple events and need not be conducted like gala celebrations. On an annual basis such expenditures may run into millions. Is this a civilised practice? amirite?
Also by ezhil+102The use of the Hijab by Muslim girls in schools in India has become a serious law and order problem. People talk about the Constitutional guarantee, Quran, religious practice and freedom, etc. But the main facts to be discussed are:
1. Nutritional aspect of this practice
2. Human rights violation.
Hijab can affect nutrition. Lack of exposure to sunlight can seriously affect the synthesis of Vitamin D.
Ordering women to wear a kind of dress, probably against their wish, is certainly a human rights violation. amirite?