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Declaring Eid in Allahabad

Tomorrow, 11h April, is Eid in India ( except...

Another Farce by Justice Dramaba

Another farce by Justice Dramabaz By Justice Katju A meeting was...

The Role of Women in the Judicial World

I have been motivated to write this article by...

Does the CJP have balls? Asks Justice Katju

Six Judges of the Islamabad High Court have written...

Unveiling Racism: The Disturbing Reality of Anti-Muslim Bigotry in India”

Doesn’t it seem odd that anti-Muslim bigotry is categorised...

Long Live Justice Shaukat Aziz Siddique

Justice Shaukat Aziz Siddique was a senior Judge of...

Virginia Woolf – The authoress amidst adversities

Introduction Adeline Virginia Woolf was born on January 25, 1882, in London. She was an English writer, a publisher, a novelist, a critic, and a...

The Prison I Live In

The prison I live in Has no walls It is not made of cements or bricks It doesn’t have a window But a door, yes It does have a...

The Birthday Party

Harold Pinter, born in England, was a playwright, an actor, a screenwriter, a director and an absurdist. He also won the Nobel Prize in...

Law and Administration in Measure for Measure

“There is one Jesus Christ. The rest is dispute over trifles”  Queen Elizabeth   After the death of Queen Elizabeth in 1603, James IV of Scotland...

From the pen of the dead

From the pen of the dead A beautiful summer day Dewy grass Butterflies all around Country side Flowers blooming The laugh of a child A picnic outside Camera snaps Picture clicked My college life A...

Importance of Oral Traditions in African Literature

“When an old man dies, a library burns to the ground.” African Proverb Literature reaches people in two ways: either through oral or spoken word or...